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220 Lesmill Rd, Toronto, ON M3B 2T5, Canada

(416) 447-7687

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The Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy provides students with the highest level of training in massage therapy, acupuncture, reflexology & much more.

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Took the reflexology course here for some CEU's, biggest mistake of 2015. From start to finish I had issues with this school from the President telling me the wrong start date, as well as telling me I could work off half of the course in the clinic. The presidents story changed so many times it was hard to keep it all straight, first he told me I could work in the clinic doing RMT massages but then this changed to getting paid at the student rate. Then it changed a final time where he told me I'd have to perform 20 odd reflexology trtmts to pay for $500 of the course. Which would generate him almost double the amount of revenue. So, after getting fed up and paying for the full course so, I could be done with misinformation which the President Ben couldn't keep straight either. I received my certificate after about 3 weeks of unanswered emails and phone calls. I wouldn't recommend this school to non rmts wanting to become rmts and I would highly recommend against any RMT'S taking any CEU courses here. Gary at the front desk was the only helpful person. What a terrible experience over all, definitely a waste of time and energy.

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5
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I was a student who graduated and passed mcqs and practical exam and became a full licensed RMT. Ben made it easy for me to stay and complete the course. I couldnt of done it without his or the staffs help. The teachers were knowledgeable and understanding. Great experience overall wouldn't trade it for the world. Recommend it to abyone wishing to be an RMT or interested in acupuncture. thanks for everything. Sincerely, Aaron Da Silva R.M.T

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4
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I am a recently active Healthcare professional and is now studying at RCCMT. Just finished Term 1. I went to this school because this is the only massage school which provides evening classes starting at 6:30 pm in Toronto from Monday to Friday. All instructors at the school are professionals, PhDs, CP, RMTs with a lot of years' experience in the field and teaching. The program is extensive and would be challenging without a science/health science background if you are enrolling in the evening program. Looking forward to start Term 2 and the materials to be covered will be much more compared to the first term in the next 4 months. You can make up your own class schedule since the school provides day classes and evening classes all year round depending on the number of intakes. Study in your own pace and earn to pay for the tuition at the same time.

rccmassage.com
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I would highly recommend NOT purchasing services through any group deals. I purchased three vouchers through Groupon for their reflexology services and had to get a credit when I tried and tried to book a single appt. The Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy obviously is not able to keep up with the demand. Their phone greeting indicates that they are not able to attend to your call at that time but if you leave a msg they will return the call in 48 hours. Not the case. Nor do they reply to email. Save yourself the headache. Go elsewhere.

rccmassage.com
5
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RCC is a wonderful school to attend, with intimate classes, approachable teachers, and an accommodatingly flexible curriculum. The staff care, and that's what really got me, always trying their best to make sure you're learning and understanding the information being provided. Allowing themselves to be available for extra help and/or questions. When you walk in through the front doors, you can always sense warmth and a family environment.

rccmassage.com
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Overall review based on having a package (10 student massages) there: The price is worth it; I think I paid roughly $130 for 10, 1 hour student massages. But like the comment below reads, they cannot keep up with the demand so it is hard to book an appointment. Also, keep in mind they are students so every session they have to do analysis, etc. which takes almost 15 mins. so by the time you actually get the massage, its more like 45 mins. Most of the office staff (Gary, Bonnie) are nice, except for this tanned, bald headed lady who has no concept of what being a receptionist entails; so much attitude for no reason. Otherwise, you pretty much get what you pay for. The place is clean, but your session satisfaction depends on the student you get.

rccmassage.com
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I am not happy at all and deceived with the Reflexology session that I had at Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy. Luxi the person who did the session did not know at all what she was doing. It was a total waste of time and money.

rccmassage.com
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Beware! If you're thinking about registering for Royal Canadian College, don't do it. I had nothing but headaches with this school. The president Ben seems like a nice guy, promising you all sorts of things. But once he gets you registered with the school, he will start to treat you with no respect. When it's that time of the month to make payment, his assistant will turn to a collections agent and become very annoying to a point where I thought she was going to physically harm me. They have teachers there that have a very thick accent and it will be hard to understand them. Most students end up failing a lot of the courses and are required to retake it. I feel bad for some of these students as they feel like this school will give them a promising future in a short period of time. I lost my money, but I feel a lot better not going to this school. I am now attending another college, which I wish I had chosen from the beginning.

rccmassage.com
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This place is unbelievably hard to get a hold of.... you actually get frustrated. Considering they are trying to advertise on groupon with extending an offer, you can NEVER get a hold of them. You end up playing phone tag and you never know when they will return your call. People who go for massages anywhere would envision ease of making appointments..but this is ANYTHING but that. Keep in mind, these groupon deals of course expire within time frame..and also keep in mind that IF you try to make an appt it will be MANY weeks later. I would advise to go elsewhere.

rccmassage.com
4
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I bought a Groupon deal for an hr massage because it was $1.20, there are a lot of bad reviews for those but it's mostly around the customer service which I found to be no problem at all. The only downside about the group deal is that I bad to wait over a month for my appointment

rccmassage.com
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I haven't went in for service as yet but it is ridiculous that you have to book 1 month in advance in order to get a massage.

rccmassage.com
5
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I was fortunate to get an awesome student

rccmassage.com
5
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I was a student who graduated and passed mcqs and practical exam and became a full licensed RMT. Ben made it easy for me to stay and complete the course. I couldnt of done it without his or the staffs help. The teachers were knowledgeable and understanding. Great experience overall wouldn't trade it for the world. Recommend it to abyone wishing to be an RMT or interested in acupuncture. thanks for everything. Sincerely, Aaron Da Silva R.M.T

rccmassage.com
1
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Beware! If you're thinking about registering for Royal Canadian College, don't do it. I had nothing but headaches with this school. The president Ben seems like a nice guy, promising you all sorts of things. But once he gets you registered with the school, he will start to treat you with no respect. When it's that time of the month to make payment, his assistant will turn to a collections agent and become very annoying to a point where I thought she was going to physically harm me. They have teachers there that have a very thick accent and it will be hard to understand them. Most students end up failing a lot of the courses and are required to retake it. I feel bad for some of these students as they feel like this school will give them a promising future in a short period of time. I lost my money, but I feel a lot better not going to this school. I am now attending another college, which I wish I had chosen from the beginning.

rccmassage.com
1
@

I would highly recommend NOT purchasing services through any group deals. I purchased three vouchers through Groupon for their reflexology services and had to get a credit when I tried and tried to book a single appt. The Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy obviously is not able to keep up with the demand. Their phone greeting indicates that they are not able to attend to your call at that time but if you leave a msg they will return the call in 48 hours. Not the case. Nor do they reply to email. Save yourself the headache. Go elsewhere.

rccmassage.com
1
@

This place is unbelievably hard to get a hold of.... you actually get frustrated. Considering they are trying to advertise on groupon with extending an offer, you can NEVER get a hold of them. You end up playing phone tag and you never know when they will return your call. People who go for massages anywhere would envision ease of making appointments..but this is ANYTHING but that. Keep in mind, these groupon deals of course expire within time frame..and also keep in mind that IF you try to make an appt it will be MANY weeks later. I would advise to go elsewhere.

rccmassage.com
1
@

Took the reflexology course here for some CEU's, biggest mistake of 2015. From start to finish I had issues with this school from the President telling me the wrong start date, as well as telling me I could work off half of the course in the clinic. The presidents story changed so many times it was hard to keep it all straight, first he told me I could work in the clinic doing RMT massages but then this changed to getting paid at the student rate. Then it changed a final time where he told me I'd have to perform 20 odd reflexology trtmts to pay for $500 of the course. Which would generate him almost double the amount of revenue. So, after getting fed up and paying for the full course so, I could be done with misinformation which the President Ben couldn't keep straight either. I received my certificate after about 3 weeks of unanswered emails and phone calls. I wouldn't recommend this school to non rmts wanting to become rmts and I would highly recommend against any RMT'S taking any CEU courses here. Gary at the front desk was the only helpful person. What a terrible experience over all, definitely a waste of time and energy.

rccmassage.com
5
@

RCC is a wonderful school to attend, with intimate classes, approachable teachers, and an accommodatingly flexible curriculum. The staff care, and that's what really got me, always trying their best to make sure you're learning and understanding the information being provided. Allowing themselves to be available for extra help and/or questions. When you walk in through the front doors, you can always sense warmth and a family environment.

rccmassage.com
5
@

I was fortunate to get an awesome student

rccmassage.com
1
@

I am not happy at all and deceived with the Reflexology session that I had at Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy. Luxi the person who did the session did not know at all what she was doing. It was a total waste of time and money.

rccmassage.com
4
@

Overall review based on having a package (10 student massages) there: The price is worth it; I think I paid roughly $130 for 10, 1 hour student massages. But like the comment below reads, they cannot keep up with the demand so it is hard to book an appointment. Also, keep in mind they are students so every session they have to do analysis, etc. which takes almost 15 mins. so by the time you actually get the massage, its more like 45 mins. Most of the office staff (Gary, Bonnie) are nice, except for this tanned, bald headed lady who has no concept of what being a receptionist entails; so much attitude for no reason. Otherwise, you pretty much get what you pay for. The place is clean, but your session satisfaction depends on the student you get.

rccmassage.com
4
@

I bought a Groupon deal for an hr massage because it was $1.20, there are a lot of bad reviews for those but it's mostly around the customer service which I found to be no problem at all. The only downside about the group deal is that I bad to wait over a month for my appointment

rccmassage.com
1
@

I haven't went in for service as yet but it is ridiculous that you have to book 1 month in advance in order to get a massage.

rccmassage.com
4
@

I am a recently active Healthcare professional and is now studying at RCCMT. Just finished Term 1. I went to this school because this is the only massage school which provides evening classes starting at 6:30 pm in Toronto from Monday to Friday. All instructors at the school are professionals, PhDs, CP, RMTs with a lot of years' experience in the field and teaching. The program is extensive and would be challenging without a science/health science background if you are enrolling in the evening program. Looking forward to start Term 2 and the materials to be covered will be much more compared to the first term in the next 4 months. You can make up your own class schedule since the school provides day classes and evening classes all year round depending on the number of intakes. Study in your own pace and earn to pay for the tuition at the same time.

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Royal Canadian College Of Massage Therapy

220 Lesmill Rd, North York, ON M3B 2T5, Canada
(416) 447-7687

Royal Canadian College Of Massage Therapy

220 Lesmill Rd, Toronto, ON M3B 2T5, Canada
(416) 447-7687

Royal Canadian College Of Massage Therapy

220 Lesmill Road, Toronto, ON M3B 2T5, Canada
(416) 447-7687