We believe that nobody has to live with everyday pain and suffering. Royal Canadian College provides the best education in every field we instruct. Upon completing the program, our students become highly qualified health care professionals who are proud of their educational background.
Come visit our college for a tour or a massage, and see the amazing individuals we are cultivating to be your future RMT.
Tour our College
Royal Canadian College offers a Modern, Relaxed and Friendly Atmosphere. Complete with a Study Centre, Kitchen, comfortable Waiting Room, Classrooms and 'Wellness Room'.
Please call our office and book an appointment to view our College.
RCCM is committed to providing an optimal standard of education in the field of Massage Therapy by:
Educating competent and steadfast students with a passion for health care and patient wellness.
Promoting public awareness of alternative treatments.
Opening the channels of communication and dialogue between students and health care professionals in all fields.
Recruiting highly qualified Instructors, who will exhibit the highest standard of professionalism and ensure that the students will leave our Institution able, confident and proud.
Providing up-to-date equipment and literature, which enables students to enhance their learning experiences and reap the full benefits during their scholastic endeavour.
Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy
220 Lesmill Road
Toronto, Ontario, Canada M3B 2T5 [ map ]
Dmytro Bryushkov, Educational Director of the Royal Canadian College and Instructor of the Clinical and Health Sciences, graduated from Elmcrest College in 2003 with an Honors Diploma. He practices in the MVA rehabilitation clinic. He was surgeon-oncologist in Ukraine, where he worked for 12 years, and was also a lecturer of regional and surgical anatomy in the Medical School of Dnipropetrovsk University for 2 years.
Dmytro is a kettlebell lifter, Master of Sport of Ukraine, ex-record holder and ex-champion (1984) of Ukraine, and certified kettlebell-lifting instructor. He developed a new remedial exercises modality: kettlebell lifting therapy (his article entitled "Introducing Kettlebell Lifting Therapy" was published in Ontario RMT magazine in 2010). Dmytro enjoys teaching because learning is a dynamic process of gaining new knowledge not only for students, but for a teacher too. Accordingly to the Ukrainian proverb, "If you live one century - study for one century".
Julie is originally from England and worked as a nanny for several years before becoming an RMT. She graduated in 2001 and has been in private practice ever since. Julie has been teaching Massage Therapy since 2007 (treatments, assessments, hydro, clinic and outreach supervisor). She really enjoys the challenge that teaching presents and feels blessed to be able to combine her love for teaching with her passion for massage.
Omar is a 2006 graduate of Centennial College with an Advanced Ontario College Diploma in Massage Therapy. In addition to eight years of experience as a RMT, from 2006 to 2010, Omar served as a teaching assistant in Centennial College's first and third year Massage Theory and Practice course, with a specific focus on clinical assessments and massage techniques. He has also facilitated massage therapy outreach at the 9-11 call centre in North York, designed and facilitated an anatomy course for the London School of Dance in Scarborough, created a CEU series for RMT's approved by the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. Currently, Omar is pursuing a Bachelor degree in Adult Education.
Rev. Tina Gabriel
Rev. Tina Gabriel is an Interfaith Minister, with an academic background in Adlerian Psychology, and a professional career in Life Strategy, combining Business Management with both personal and professional development.
Professionally trained in dance and theatre, Trinity began teaching body and movement awareness to fellow actors while working in various touring companies. This work led her to study Shiatsu Therapy and later Swedish Massage. She has been in practice since 1993 and a member of the College of Massage Therapy of Ontario since 2008. She also holds a Bachelor of Health Science Degree (with Honours) in Midwifery from Ryerson University. She is pleased to be teaching the fundamentals of massage therapy at the Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy.
Robert Stevens RMT
Robert graduated from Elmcrest College of Applied Health Sciences in August 2004. While in school, he took a Pregnancy Massage course that really made him comfortable with pregnancy. He was registered with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario in January 2005. He has worked at spas, done house calls, and worked in clinics with physios, chiropractors, naturopaths, osteopaths and other RMTs. While in College he made it his goal to eventually teach Massage Therapy. Then in 2011 he got the opportunity to start teaching at Royal Canadian College. "I make it my goal while teaching to make every student I teach to be as good or a better therapist than I am. I plan on teaching for a long time", says Robert.