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Medical Massage Therapy


We are excited to announce that the Medical Massage Therapy program is now blended (online & in-person). Enroll in our hands-on, innovative class for advanced students. Our qualified and experienced instructors serve as facilitators of the learning process. Instead of simply lecturing, they guide students by helping to make sense of course materials, encouraging them to ask questions and explore solutions, and promoting the use of resources outside of the classroom. We value you, which is why we have designed the program to prioritize mental health by scheduling exams and major assignments around breaks. Your breaks are intended to be times for you to unplug. We cater to various learning types and prioritize hands-on applications in as many courses as possible. Axiom students consistently score above average on the Minimum Qualifying Exam (MQE) to become a Registered Massage Therapist. Not to mention, we encourage you to have fun while you apply yourself to learning and growing. Working hard and having fun are not opposing forces, in our opinion. Remember, "A day without laughter is a day wasted."

Our 2,200-hour program is completed over two-years to become a professional Massage Therapist. 

Axiom Career College complies with the Canadian standard of Inter‐Jurisdictional Practice Competencies and Performance Indicators for Massage Therapists at Entry‐to‐Practice. We support A Plan to Establish a Canadian Accreditation Process for Massage Therapy Education Programs as we strive to gain legislation in Saskatchewan. To learn more about the program, check out our information below!

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Start Dates

Full-time: September 3, 2024

Part-Time January 2025 (TBD) 


Blended (Online & In-Person)

Full-Time Length

Year One: (10 months) 43 weeks
Year Two: (10 months) 43 weeks

Diploma: 2,200 Hours

Part-Time Length

Year One: (12 months) 52 weeks
Year Two: (12 months) 52 weeks

Diploma: 2,200 Hours

Application Fee



$11,000* per year

Admission Requirements

Grade 12 or CAEC/GED/ABE
Health Science 20 or Biology 30
English Language Proficiency
Basic Computer Literacy


Saskatoon, SK


Eligible for Student Loans


Year 1:  $990*
Year 2:  $225*


Year 1: $1245*

Year 2: $1505*


Year 1: $1625*

Year 2: $0*

* subject to change

START & END DATES Full-time: Sept Pat-Time: TDB (Jan 2025) - check back for updates First and second year have the same start and end dates. Start: Sept 3, 2024 End: June 27, 2025

LIFE-LONG LEARNER APPLICATION Life-Long Learner admission is available to applicants who meet the criteria. All direct entry colleges consider applicants under Life-Long Learner admissions. •Must be 21 years of age by the first day of class •You must be finished your high-school education for two years by the first day of classes •Note "Life-Long Learner" in the comments when applying

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS Students must pay the registration fee in order to secure their spot within the program. All other admission requirements are due at the student's intake appointment. 1.Registration Fee •Year 1: $120* •Year 2: $120* - waived when attended year one at Axiom Career College 2. Criminal Record Check with Vulnerable Sector Check •obtained through your local RCMP attachment 3. Physician's Health Form •obtained through your family physician, chiropractor, physiotherapist, naturopath or nurse practitioner. 4. Highschool Transcripts •Waived when applying as a Life-Long Learner 5. Proof of English Language Proficiency - for student malpractice insurance •You must provide ONE of the following as proof of English language proficiency: a) Canadian Highschool Diploma b) Transcript that shows completion of English 30 or Grade 12 English equivalent c) Proof of completion of General Education Development (GED) test d) Results from a recognized English Language Proficiency test that meet the required score DuoLingo English Test – (minimum score: 115 - no sub score below 95)

TEXTBOOKS All textbooks are the responsibility of the student to obtain for the start date of each class. You will be provided a textbook list at your intake appointment. Prices are estimates including tax. E-books and used textbooks are permitted and usually cost less. •Year 1: $968.79* •Year 2: $225.93* *Prices Subject to Change

STUDENT FEES Application Fees are non-refundable. Students are required to pay their student fees at orientation if they are not applying/approved for a Student Loan/Grants. If you already hold a valid CPR certificate that is not up for renewal, the amount for CPR will be deducted from your total. Student Fees Year 1: $1245* •ACC Supply Package •CPR •Labs •Malpractice Insurance •Outreach fee •Printing fee •Prohealth Central resources •Remex Fee •Workshops Student fees Year 2: $1505* •Athletic Tape •Clinical shirt •Graduation fee •Hydrotherapy fee •Labs •Malpractice insurance •Outreach fee •Printing fee •Remex fee •Workshops *Prices Subject to Change

SUPPLIES $1625* Supplies are items students are responsible for purchasing that are needed for the program. This list is not a comprehensive list and a more detailed list will be provided upon processing your admissions. •Adobe pdf viewer •Antivirus •Athletic shoes •Body towel •Flat Sheets (6+) •Hand towels (8) •Laptop •Laundry basket/Tote/storage tub •Massage table (options vary) •Microsoft word •Mobile device (cellphone to connect to speaker & more) •Nail Clipper & File •Pens, paper, binders, highlighters, pencil crayons, etc. •Pillowcases (3+) •Pillows (3+) •Premium music subscription (Spotify, YouTube, apple, etc.) •Twin size blanket •Wireless speaker

TUITION Year 1: $11,000* Year 2: $11,000* Payment plans available Student loan application assistance is available *Prices Subject to Change

Why Choose Axiom?

UPDATED CURRICULUM & TECHNOLOGY The curriculum undergoes annual review and updates to integrate advanced technologies, facilitating ease of access and enhancing learning outcomes. This ensures alignment with the Practice Competencies and Performance Indicators (PCs/PIs) for Massage Therapists at Entry to Practice. Through this iterative process, our program stays current and reflective of industry standards, equipping students with the necessary knowledge and skills for successful entry into the field of massage therapy

ENTREPRENEURSHIP Our program emphasizes entrepreneurship, aiming to equip students with the skills to thrive as entrepreneurs in addition to becoming competent massage therapists. This focus on entrepreneurship sets our program apart and contributes to its longer duration compared to others. Through our unique and elevated business course, students gain insights into various aspects of entrepreneurship, including financial literacy. We are the only college to incorporate financial literacy into our curriculum, covering topics such as bookkeeping, taxes, marketing, setting up a business, as well as resume writing and interviewing skills. This comprehensive approach prepares students not only for successful careers in massage therapy but also for managing and growing their own businesses effectively.

BOARD EXAMS Graduates from our program demonstrate a high rate of success on board exams, consistently scoring above average on the Minimum Qualifying Examination (MQE) required to become a Registered Massage Therapist. Our students excel in their performance, surpassing expectations and achieving results that reflect the quality of education they receive at our institution.

HIGH RATE OF EMPLOYMENT With over 90% of our graduates securing positions prior to graduation, our institution proudly showcases the quality and preparedness of our students. Employers frequently prioritize hiring our graduates, drawn to their exceptional professionalism, performance, and adeptness in providing treatment. Continually demonstrating their capabilities, our graduates stand out in the industry, making a positive impact in the workplace.

SUPPORT Our program offers value-added benefits, including experienced instructors who are industry leaders, ensuring students receive top-quality education. Our student clinic boasts a high fill rate, with over 90% filled in 2022/2023, making it easier for students to accumulate practicum hours. We prioritize creating a healthy environment, where laughter is a daily occurrence, and we even provide a dedicated cry room for emotional support. Our instructors provide positive support and compassion, fostering a conducive learning atmosphere. Additionally, we regularly collect feedback from students to continually improve our operations and delivery methods, ensuring an optimal learning experience for all. We also demonstrate our commitment to supporting our students by providing over $24,000 in discounts at the Student Massage Clinic during the 2022/2023 academic year.

CADAVER LABS As the only massage college in Saskatoon offering cadaver labs as part of our curriculum, we provide a unique and invaluable learning experience. These cadaver labs, conducted in collaboration with the University of Saskatchewan's biology department, offer students a rare opportunity to deepen their understanding of anatomy. Furthermore, our program is approved by the Ministry of Advanced Education, ensuring its quality and adherence to educational standards. Our passionate instructors, who are also registered massage therapists, are dedicated to helping students succeed and thrive in their careers. The curriculum is thoughtfully designed with integration across multiple courses, allowing for a comprehensive and interconnected learning experience. By aligning content across various subjects, we aim to enhance learning outcomes and provide students with a well-rounded education in massage therapy.


The practice of massage is universal, with many referrals from health care professionals for its physical, mental, and emotional benefits. Massage therapy is an evolving field that is diverse and filled with opportunities. Axiom’s Medical Massage Therapy is an updated program that remains current with evidence-based practices and research. We approach massage education with new and forward-thinking ideas that will appeal to a variety of learners; our program is a combination of academic, hands-on, and practical experience. We integrate lectures, labs, class discussions, workshops, and missions (outreaches) to expose students to a variety of techniques and experiences. Labs include cadaver labs with the University of Saskatchewan's biology department and anatomy in clay labs that allow students to build a deep understanding of the human body from the inside out. This two-year diploma will prepare you for board exams and a rewarding career in massage therapy. The program is challenging, but we are committed to helping you reach your goals and potential. At Axiom Career College, we strive to create a healthy learning environment that is both enjoyable and filled with positive experiences. Our aim is to enlighten you so that you can perform at your best. We would be honored to have you join us and become a professional massage therapist.

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Students who successfully complete Axiom's Medical Massage Therapy program are eligible to write the board exams with the Massage Therapist Association of Saskatchewan (MTAS). Once they pass the board exam they may practice as a Registered Massage Therapist (RMT).


Chiropractic Clinics, Gym & Sports Clubs, Health & Wellness Centers, Massage Therapy Clinics, Medical Offices, Physiotherapy Clinics, Private Practices, Rehabilitative Practices, Resorts, Cruise ships, Hotels, Spas, and Sport Teams.

Earning potential significantly increases over a 1-5 year span. 

Year one: $45,000

Year two - five: $55,000 - $120,000

Student Clinic

Axiom is equipped with an on-site student clinic. As a part of the practicum, student interns will have the opportunity to treat the general public while under the supervision and support of an experienced clinical supervisor. Our supervisors have a minimum of three years' work experience with many exceeding ten years. The student clinic will allow you to gain experience as a practitioner, receptionist, and entrepreneur. You will grow through professional development, public relations, procedures, and protocols. Our clinic is equipped with online booking, electronic medical records, as well as progress reports, data, and patient feedback that will help you to become a well-rounded professional.

Students are expected to work one shift per week in our Student Massage Clinic to obtain their practicum requirement. Students choose which day of the week they work (pending availability).

Student Clinic

(included in program)

Cancer, Deep Tissue, Disabilities & Special Needs, Geriatric, Hospice & End of Life Care, Hospital & Surgery, Infant & Pediatric, Manual Lymphatic Drainage (MLD), Muscle Energy Techniques (MET), Myofascial Release (MFR), Prenatal Level A, Shiatsu, Sports & Athletics, and Thai. 


Axiom is the only massage college in Saskatoon to have cadaver labs. Students have the opportunity to attend four cadaver labs with the University of Saskatchewan Biology Department throughout their two years of study, as well as participate in our anatomy lab (ataomy clay lab, building the body)



START: September

END: June

Year One: 10 months

Year Two: 10 months


Schedule (Full-Time)

Classes: Monday - Friday 

Delivery Method: Blended (Online & In-Person)

Class Hours: 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.

Year One: 3 days in-person | 2 days online

Year Two: 2 days in-person | 3 days online

Student Clinic: Times vary (Evenings)

Lunch Break: 11:45 am - 12:15 pm. 

Breaks: All Statutory holidays

Christmas (2 weeks)

February (1 week)

Easter (1 week)


START: January

END: December

Year One: 12 months

Year Two: 12 months


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Course Descriptions

Medical Massage Thearpy


Practicum: The practicum is the hands-on massage hours that are required as practical experience. Term one practicum is a family and friends’ segment to introduce student interns to their hands-on practical experience, students will then practice on the general public. The hours will be obtained through the on-site Student Massage Clinic, outreaches, mentorship, and administration.

Administration: Administration is the hands-on experience required as practical office experience. The hours will be obtained through the on-site Student Massage Clinic with a qualified supervisor.


CPR: This CPR course will certify the student in level C with defibrillator use. This is the level of CPR/first aid that is required for Practicing Massage Therapists to be elgiable for Malpractice Insurance. A certified CPR instructor will teach this course at an on location.

Gross Anatomy 101: This class is designed to focus on the concepts and principles of gross anatomy, palpatory anatomy, and kinesiology. The purpose of this class is to emphasize the development of skilled palpation as a fundamental component of effective manual therapy techniques. A solid knowledge base and understanding of how muscles and joints interact based on their structure and function create a Functional Skills Model. This model helps ingrain the accurate location of various anatomical structures through kinesthetic experience, quality of touch, and effective patient communication. The class incorporates a unique, experiential, and participatory environment where students can retain information while learning to use critical and creative thinking processes. Additionally, students will palpate and massage the targeted muscles, aiding in a better understanding of the designated muscle’s location, size, texture, role in posture, and dynamic movement.

Massage Theory & Practical: MTP 101 is an introductory to Massage Theory and Practical for entry-level Massage Therapists. This class will introduce the philosophy of massage, its origins, and its development through history. Students learn the foundations of human biology, the body's soft tissue, and how to apply appropriate massage. They will understand health, optimal function, injury, dysfunction, and tissue repair, and how massage can affect the body. General conditions will be introduced in this class. Students will learn appropriate techniques, therapist biomechanics, and postural skills, draping contraindications, basic assessments, electromagnetic paradigm, neurological goals, functional goals, mental health implications, SOAP charting, public health, and treatment goals.

Ethics & Professionalism: This class is about the ethics and guidelines that Massage Therapists must practice. The unique nature of the industry requires that interns have a solid understanding of ethical foundations, boundaries, professional relationships, and how to communicate with patients and colleagues. This course guides you through self-assessment, how to establish and maintain boundaries, ethical scenarios, conflict, and resolutions.

Medical Terminology: Basic and advanced medical terminology courses will give the student an understanding of the medical language. Units will be body system specific. Included in this course are prefixes, suffix, and word root usage, pronunciation, and terminology with definitions of medical words. Students will have relevant and specialty-specific knowledge of medical terminology. The modules contained in this class are a foundation for the program and career.

Orthopedic Assessment 101: This class introduces physical and medical assessments for the entry-level massage therapist. Students will learn about patient histories, observation, and ROM, and how to document them to SOAP notes. Students will know examination principles; vital signs, scanning examination, joint examination, functional assessment, introduction to orthopedic testing, reflexes and cutaneous distributions, joint play movements, and palpation. An introduction to medical imaging is also addressed. Specific areas of the body that review anatomy, understand patient history, observation, and examination skills are the head, face, cervical spine, thoracic spine, and lumbar spine (Axial skeleton). The cervical spine will be generalized in this introductory class and explored in more detail in OA 200 during whiplash and nerve lesions to coincide with MTP 200 class.

Physiology 101: This class is an introduction to physiology, focusing on basic physiological fundamentals of the human body. Students will understand how the body is organized from chemical, cellular, and tissue levels, establishing the building blocks for the entire body. The major tissues of the body such as skin, bone, muscular, and nervous are taught in detail. Students will have the firm knowledge necessary to continue to Physiology 115.


Gross Anatomy 120: GA 120 is a continuation of GA 101. This class further builds the Gross Anatomy foundations that continue onto the appendicular skeleton including the shoulder girdle, pelvis, upper and lower extremities. Students will have a comprehensive knowledge of the boney landmark and skeletal muscular anatomy.

Nutrition 101: This is an introduction to nutrition. Included in this class are the components of nutrients, how they are obtained, what they are used for, and how our body cleanses. Food groups and healthy eating is discussed as a base for self-care. Emotional eating, anxiety, depression, immunity, and inflammation are examined, and how nutrition can influence the body’s functions and ability to heal.

Pathology: Pathologies in the context of massage therapy are discussed, with an emphasis on critical thinking and practical application of concepts. A Massage Therapist will be able to make safe, effective, evidence-informed choices about massage therapy for their patients who live with challenges to their health.

Massage Theory & Practical 120: MTP 120 continues from MTP 101, further building on general systemic conditions and introducing students to specific conditions that massage can treat and influence. Circulatory, systemic, neural compression and overuse conditions and the state of pregnancy are comprehended. For each condition, student skills include observation, palpation, CI, modifications, testing, treatment plans and goals, specific treatments and techniques, self-care plans and goals, and expected outcomes.

Orthopedic Assessments 120: This class is a continuation of OA 101. It has specific orthopedic testing that coincides with MTP 120. Students will know anatomy, patient history, observation and examination principles, scanning examination, joint examination, functional assessment, special (diagnostic) testing, reflexes and cutaneous distributions, joint play movements, palpation, medical imaging, and case studies (where applicable). Students will know how to assess gait, lumbar spine, pelvis, and shoulder.

Physiology 115: This class requires PHYS 101 as a prerequisite. Physiology 115 is a detailed learning experience of the human body systems and their corresponding anatomy. All body systems are included in this class; cardiovascular, lymphatic, respiratory, endocrine, digestive, urinary, reproductive, development, inheritance, and the special senses.

Remedial Exercise 101: This class is an introduction to remedial exercise. Students will learn about mobility, strength and power, balance, functional progression in therapeutic exercise, and unique applications of therapeutic exercise.


Practicum: Including Administration & Massage services. Students will gain hands-on practical work experience under professional and qualified supervisors, and instructors. Skills that they learn in class will be transferred and applied in a real work setting to people who seek their help and expertise. Students will deliver patient informed consent; they will practice how to ask for subjective information before assessment and treatment. Practicum will include subjective and objective assessments, treatment, and homecare including remedial exercise recommendations. Documentation using electronic medical records with a SOAP note format. Room and laundry sanitization practices


Gross Anatomy 200: GA 200 is an advanced second-year program that reviews content from GA 101 and GA 120. The focus of this class is joints and neurovascular components. Specifically synovial joints, ligaments, and their bony attachments; terminal nerves, pathways, and vascular paths of the entire body.

Kinesiology: This course is designed to serve as an introduction to the study of kinesiology. This process will be accomplished by starting with the key structures in the body that are essential for movement. Biomechanical principles such as statics and dynamics, force, inertia, torque, vectors, friction, velocity, and momentum, along with the laws of motion, will be explored. With the human body framework and knowledge of physical laws and concepts presented, students will delve into the complex aspects of posture, gait, and movement. Analysis of movement is important for massage therapists to identify the source of musculoskeletal dysfunction, and to create appropriate treatment plans aligned with pertinent goals to achieve the best outcomes. Students will understand the value of healthy biomechanics, analyze movement, and exercise, and appreciate physical laws within kinetic analysis.

Neuroanatomy: This course focuses on the physiology and anatomy of the nerves, brain, and spinal cord. The nervous system is a unique and complicated entity that controls everything in the human body. Nerve functions, names, and paths will be taught in detail for the entry-level massage therapist to apply to their career confidently.

Hydrotherapy 101: Hydrotherapy will connect massage therapists to the concepts of body and water. Water is the most abundant substance in the human body and has a major influence on its functions. This class focus will be more on body and wellness using hydrotherapy to aid in obtaining patient goals. Explore the in-depth information on concepts and the hands-on practical applications. This class will enhance Medical Massage Therapist practice.

Massage Theory & Practical 200: MTP 200 is a second-year course that continues from MTP 120, further building on specific conditions that massage can treat and influence. Students will understand conditions of the central nervous system, gastrointestinal concerns, motor vehicle accidents, sports injuries, and sports massage; workshops to be included where applicable. For each condition, student skills include observation, palpation, CI, modifications, testing, treatment plans and goals, specific treatments and techniques, self-care plans and goals, and expected outcomes. Workshops and out-reaches will further refine students’ practical skills.

Orthopedic Assessment 200: This class is a continuation of OA 120. It has specific orthopedic testing that coincides with MTP 200. Students will know anatomy, patient history, observation, and examination principles, scanning examination, joint examination, functional assessment, special (diagnostic) testing, reflexes and cutaneous distributions, joint play movements, palpation, medical imaging, and case studies (where applicable). Students will know how to assess neurological pathologies (CNS & PNS), nerve compression injuries, and knee and sports emergencies.

Pharmacology: Pharmacology 101 is designed to equip massage therapy students with essential knowledge and understanding of drugs, medications, and topical agents relevant to their practice. The curriculum focuses on medications and pain management, understanding and assessing medications, recognizing contraindications and precautions, integrating pharmacological and massage therapy approaches, and considering ethical implications. This course aims to prepare massage therapy students to be empowered practitioners who can provide comprehensive care, ensure safety in practice, and foster collaborative partnerships with other healthcare providers for improved client outcomes and overall well-being within the massage therapy scope of practice.


Business: This business course is designed to enhance a massage therapist's theoretical and practical business skills that are vital to every entrepreneur. The relevant material will make graduates confident when managing their businesses. Subjects include (but are not limited to), technology, documentation, storing records, written communication, start-up, marketing, costs, insurance and benefits, direct billing, taxes, bookkeeping, excel, financial literacy, banking and finances, employment, self-employed structures, resumes, and contracts. Axiom is the only Massage College that teaches you how to be an entrepreneur, in addition to being a Massage Therapist.

Massage Theory & Practical 250: MTP 250 is an advanced course, building on specific conditions and techniques that massage can treat and influence. Students will learn about Conditions of the Peripheral Nervous System, Infant and Pediatric Massage, and Geriatrics; workshops to be included where applicable. Additional Workshops are included in this advanced class to provide an opportunity for hands-on development of techniques. Workshops include Shiatsu, Myofascial Release Massage, and Thia Massage. Students will also organize an ‘In-reach’ and participate in out-reaches. There will be a formal review of the entire body and techniques that students have covered in their two years of classes. For each condition, student skills include observation, palpation, CI, modifications, testing, treatment plans and goals, specific treatments and techniques, self-care plans and goals, and expected outcomes. The student will explore the concept of self-care for the working Massage Therapist and what health means to an individual. Health is explored for its mental, emotional, and body components. Different massage modalities are explored to introduce the many diverse paths that a Massage Therapist has to choose from. Other modalities (chiropractic, physiotherapy, acupuncture, naturopath, etc) are discussed for self-care and patient care, and how they are complementary to massage (vice versa).

Remedial Exercise 120: This class is an advanced remedial exercise class. It covers basic concepts of dense connective tissue, wound healing, anthology, chronic pain management, myofascial considerations, and assessing musculoskeletal disorders. Soft tissue manipulations including joint play will be discussed and practiced. We will explore how massage therapists can approach conditions in different ways. The foundation of functional exercise will bridge into clinical applications for peripheral joints and the spine.

Gross Anatomy 250: GA 250 is an advanced second-year class that ties all the information together from GA 101, GA 120, GA 200, NA 101, and KIN 101 information will be all combined and reviewed for students to understand the bigger picture of human gross anatomy. Origin, Insertion, Action, and Nerve innervation will be the focus of this class. Highlighting palpation, treatment, and movement (action) of each muscle will enlighten students to further develop. As student’s critical thinking and problem-solving skills evolves, they are more confident in their practical applications.

Orthopedic Assessments 250: This class is a continuation of OA 200. It has specific orthopedic testing that coincides with MTP 250. Students will know anatomy, patient history, observation, and examination principles, scanning examination, joint examination, functional assessment, special (diagnostic) testing, reflexes and cutaneous distributions, joint play movements, palpation, medical imaging, and case studies (where applicable). Assessment protocol for severe musculoskeletal injuries will be reviewed including whiplash, dislocations, and Temporomandibular joint disorders. There will be a comprehensive review of OA 101, OA 120, OA 200, and OA 250 as students prepare for graduation and board examinations.

Research: Research Methodology 101 provides students with a comprehensive understanding of the historical development of massage therapy, research methods, evidence-based practice, and critical thinking skills. Students will explore the past and present research evidence on the effectiveness of various massage therapy techniques and modalities for different populations and conditions, learn to connect research findings with clinical practice, and discuss future directions in massage therapy research.

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Transferring from another institution is very possible. The first step is to contact us in advance so we can have a conversation about your specific situation and inform you of your options. We will not pressure you to join us, so you are safe to explore your options. Transferring must make financial sense for you, and we are conscious of your time and money; we don’t want you to be at a major loss. Frequently, we encounter students wanting to take their second year with us. Our goal is to help you transition smoothly. Axiom does accept transfer credits from other programs, and you are not limited to massage program credits. We will require transcripts to assess if they are eligible. Based on that assessment, we will recommend which course(s) (if any) you will need to take so you are successful in our program. If you’re transferring from another massage program, we need to assess what you have successfully passed (transcripts); we have a short upgrading course to ensure that transfer students are successful in processing their second year with us. Think of this upgrading as filling in the gaps between programs because we all do things differently. There is a fee for the upgrading course. We want you to have at least a month to go through the upgrading process before you start with us. Students who engage in this process transition better into our program. We want to help you develop into your best self by ensuring you’re at the same stage as your peers. Once we have processed all the details of your inquiry (conversation, transcripts, assessment), we encourage you to take some time to discern. This is a big decision, and you need to do what is right for you! If Axiom is right for you, then from there we will hit the ground running. We get you started with upgrading, make appointments for admissions (which includes assistance with financial aid), and get you ready to join us for the next program start date. Don’t be afraid to contact us; we are here to help you make an informed decision, even if you choose not to join us. We are passionate about helping people, regardless of where you are. Yours in Health Rebecca Hamoline, RMT, CP Director: Medical Massage Therapy 306.291.3966 (text)

Frieda Greyeyes, RMT

"Axiom changed my life for the best! School prepared me for the realities in the workforce as an RMT, and because of this I am successful early into my career. It is difficult being a student however there is support in every corner while navigating through it. I’ve grown academically, personally and professionally; I am thankful for the opportunities school has given me. Especially to the instructors as they have dedicated their lives to helping others and you can feel that in this learning environment! I’m proud to say I am a Axiom College graduate."

Alexis Mak, RMT

"I took the Medial Massage Therapy diploma program at Axiom and it was a phenomenal experience. Rebecca, Lee & the other instructors are wonderful and they teach up to date information. They include a bookkeeping class, a research class and a thorough business class which is extremely helpful for a new massage therapist. They really care for their students and push their students to do their best. The student clinic is amazing as well. The clinic rooms are very nice & private. Overall a lovely school and clinic. I would highly recommend!"

Angel Kunze, RMT

"Best massage school in Saskatoon"
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