Massage Therapy

Program Overview

As a massage therapist, you will work one-on-one with clients to relieve muscle tension, reduce stress, and enhance physical and emotional well-being. You’ll learn anatomy, biology, and kinesiology, which will help you to understand the body’s structure and function. Studying massage therapy offers a versatile and fulfilling career path and allows you to have a lasting positive impact on people’s lives.

Certificate, Diploma


Median annual wage


Job growth over the next decade


Credits needed for a certificate


Hands-on experience.

At Saint Paul College, we believe in learning by doing. Our massage therapy program offers hands-on experience from day one, allowing you to practice and refine your skills in a real-world setting.

Opportunities for specialization.

Massage therapy offers many different avenues for specialization. You can choose to focus on sports massage, prenatal massage, deep tissue massage, or any other area that interests you.

A care with flexibility.

Massage therapy is a flexible career in terms of both schedule and location. You can choose to work full-time or part-time and often set your own hours. Additionally, you can work in various settings such as spas, clinics, fitness centers, or even from home as a freelance therapist.

Health and wellness focus.

Massage therapy is rooted in the belief that touch can be healing and therapeutic. As a massage therapist, you can improve people’s physical and emotional well-being through your hands-on work. This focus on health and wellness aligns with the growing trend of individuals seeking alternative and holistic forms of healthcare.