Community outreach is a supervised practical program for the benefit of our students to reinforce and acquire further experience in the development of their skills and knowledge in massage therapy. Students must complete 100 hours of outreach before graduating from our Massage Therapy Program.
Outreach is both an enjoyable and educational experience for our students. They occur in a variety of settings including work environments, festivals, community athletic events and at the school. This provides our students the opportunity to practice their skills in different environments. Outreach events also benefit our community by having the students provide massage to the participants.
There are many reasons to consider training as a Massage Therapist. In a previous blog 5 Reasons to become a Massage Therapist (http://darcylane.com/5-reasons-to-become-a-massage-therapist-2/) we talked about having a passion to help people, flexibility, growing opportunities in the field, having a desire to work as part of a larger team, and to have a career that allows for continued learning and growth. These are all wonderful reasons to consider training as an RMT, though they are certainly not the only ones.
Here are 5 more reasons to consider becoming a Registered Massage Therapist!
1. Desire […]
For individuals considering a career as a Registered Massage Therapist, this is an important question that you should be asking. It is also important to distinguish the RMTAO from the CMTO (our profession’s regulatory body) as their mandates and responsibilities are different.
The Registered Massage Therapist’s Association of Ontario is a not-for-profit establishment that was created in 1936 for the purposes of advancing the profession of Massage Therapy in the province of Ontario. The RMTAO is a member driven organization which functions as the only recognized voice for Registered Massage Therapists in our province. The primary purpose of the RMTAO is […]
D’Arcy Lane Institute recently received a letter from an individual with regards to a graduate of D’Arcy Lane, Stephanie Grant. Both Stephanie and her client have requested that this story be shared. They would like to share her client’s story to recognize Stephanie and as an example of the ability of massage therapy to facilitate healing in the body and improve the overall well-being of an individual’s life.
D’Arcy Lane would like to thank Stephanie’s client for sharing their story and their success with us.
Dear Director D’Arcy Lane:
I write to you today with intent of recognition for my massage therapist […]
On April 23rd the second year D’Arcy Lane students had the opportunity to learn about infant massage. Massage for your little ones can help to improve circulation, relieve discomfort from gas and constipation, stimulate the neurological system, increase alertness and reduce stress. Infant massage also fosters the special bond between parent and child.
A special thank you to all of the parents who brought their little ones into the school!
D’Arcy Lane is pleased to now offer Registered Massage Therapy.
Please join us in welcoming Julio Miranda RMT to our team. Julio is a graduate of D’Arcy Lane. He will be available for appointments on Mondays from 9am-8pm. Receipts will be issued that can be submitted for reimbursement through your employee benefits plan.
|Fee Structure||Fee Breakdown||Total Fee|
|30 minute massage therapy||$44.25 + $5.75 HST||$50|
|60 minute massage therapy||$66.37 + $8.63 HST||$75|
|90 minute […]
D’Arcy Lane Alumni – Olivia Galloway
Olivia is a Registered Massage Therapist and Combined Decongestive Therapist. She graduated from D’Arcy Lane summer of 2010. She now runs a small Business, Lymphatic Moves in St.Marys Ontario where she focuses her practice on Lymphedema and Acute Injury Management. She really enjoyed her interactive educational experience at D’Arcy Lane and has nothing but exceptional things to say about her time there. Since graduation she has had the experience to teach at the school in both the Human and Equine programs. She enjoyed her time from the other side of the classroom aiming to provide an uplifting and memorable time […]
Do you Practice Self-Care?
As Massage Therapists we spend our working hours taking care of our client’s well-being. We work to preserve health, prevent injury and restore balance to the body. We empower our clients with preventative home care in forms such as remedial exercises, stretching and hydrotherapy. However, often times we may neglect to take the same approach to our own well-being. Our profession is a physically demanding one and it is important that self-care be a priority. You can only provide the best treatment to your clients if you are at your best.
The following are some known tips:
* Remain as upright as possible, avoid leaning over your table for prolonged […]