May knowledge and compassion guide your hands.
Explore a career in massage therapy.

 

 
 
 
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To cultivate professional individuals skilled in therapeutic massage and it's supporting modalities, while fostering a supportive and progressive environment.

 
 
 
 

Full Time Diploma in Advanced Remedial Massage

If you're ready to start fresh in a career as a massage therapist, the Full Time Program offers a two-year course that takes place from Monday to Friday during the day. 

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Distance Education Diploma in Advanced Remedial Massage

Often students in the Distance Education Program are looking for study that can be done outside of their commitments during the week, whether that be to family or their current full time job.

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Distance Education Certificate in Relaxation Massage

As a precursor to the Advanced Diploma, the Certificate in Relaxation Massage gives you the knowledge of a full body massage with highlights of assessment and treatment. 

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Continued Education

As a Registered Massage Therapist, Continued Education is not only required by your Association, but also valued by your colleagues and clients. Renew your passion for your craft as you deepen your knowledge in various aspects of the massage field.

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Today’s students.
Tomorrow’s leaders.

The graduates of Wellington College are highly sought after for clinics not only in Manitoba, but the entire country. This is because of their fantastic educational background in Orthopedic assessment and treatment but their navigation of the field in general. Read about some of our graduates who continue to add to our respected reputation.

 
 
 
 
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rANDY ELLINGSON, DIRECTOR

Dedicated to change.

Randy Ellingson knew the crucial importance massage therapy has in rehabilitation and saw the need for basing its teachings on medical evidence. He has advanced the field of massage therapy through his curriculum development and was the youngest person to receive a Fellowship award from the London and Counties Society of Physiologists in England for his devotion to this development.

 
 
 
 
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