TriOS College - Hamilton Campus in Ontario

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If you're selecting from the massage therapy schools in Canada, you'll want to know about TriOS College in Hamilton, Ontario.

The school is located at: 4 Hughson Street South, 5th Floor, Hamilton, L8N 3Z1.

Here you'll learn through massage courses and classes everything you need to become a successful massage therapist and have a positive impact on your clients' lives. Many schools for massage therapy will teach you massage; so does TriOS College, but at TriOS there is a balanced focus on clinical skills and the ethics and behaviors necessary for success in this exciting field of therapeutic touch. You'll learn how to practice the art of therapeutic massage in hands-on clinical lab sessions.

Massage focuses on allowing the body to naturally heal its self, avoiding drugs and invasive treatments wherever possible. Using state of the art techniques and equipment, you'll graduate from TriOS College ready to become a registered massage therapist and work in one of the many exciting work locations needing therapists today.

Why delay? Trained advisors will help you with financial aid, should you need assistance, or registration. Contact the school and learn more about the curriculum for becoming a registered massage therapist. School tours are available upon request which give you an opportunity to learn more about TriOS College staff and courses. A school representative will gladly offer you details on their massage program and education.

 

Massage Practitioner Tip

massage table paddingCotton Futon for Your Massage Table

Choose a one-inch thick cotton futon pad made with memory foam, or a high quality cotton batting to place on top of your massage table. Your clients will enjoy the added comfort as well as the fact that their bodies will not feel the chill of a massage table covered only with a sheet.

If you also do other types of holistic healing session, such as energy work you can place your hand underneath the memory foam pad rather than placing your hand right under the client's body. This will make the client feel more comfortable, especially for those new clients who are not yet be completely comfortable with you touching parts of their body directly.