Student of Month for January 2015
Christina Shorey ( S’14)
Christina has been nominated by the staff for her hardworking and conscientious manner here at D’Arcy Lane. They have described her as a very courteous person who is well liked by her peers. She always conducts herself in a professional manner both in and out of the classroom. All of these qualities will make her an excellent Massage therapist in the future!
1. Passion to help people: As a Massage Therapist you will be able to positively impact the health and well-being of people every day. Massage Therapy has numerous benefits including reducing pain and swelling, aiding in recovery from injury, reducing stress, and helping to improve flexibility and joint mobility.
2. Flexibility: Many Massage Therapists are self-employed; allowing them the freedom to set their own schedules. Therapists are able to find employment in a large variety of settings […]
Since the Ontario Board of Regents began regulating massage therapy in 1919, our profession has grown considerably. As we continue to define our place within the healthcare system, the need for credible massage therapy research also grows. Research is a powerful tool that can drive our profession forward through further exploration of the effects of massage therapy, ensuring both its safety and effectiveness and by helping to open a dialogue with other healthcare professionals. Research is supported by our regulatory College through the Massage Therapy Research Fund which seeks to “fund high quality research in the field of massage therapy to support evidence-based practice of massage therapy.” (www.cmto.com) With the need for more […]
Have you ever wondered what it would take to become a Registered Massage Therapist or an Equine Massage Therapist?
Do you have a passion for helping others and a desire to make a difference?
D’Arcy Lane Institute is attending the 2014 Western Fair. Our information booth is located in the Canada Building and we will be here for the full 10 days.
We will have current second year students in attendance on Saturday and Sunday ready to give you a massage!
Colin is a current student at D’Arcy Lane Institute studying to become a Registered Massage Therapist. He is also a personal trainer and Level-1 Certified Fascial Stretch Therapist. His personal philosophy is that every human being has virtually unlimited athletic potential, and his job is to help you discover it. Colin uses a combination of strength and stability training as well as the Stretch to Win-Fascial Stretch Therapy system to both dramatically increase range of motion, decrease pain, as well as improve overall functional movement. Clients can expect positive outcomes in their fitness, as well as a safe training environment.
Stretch to Win – Fascial Stretch Therapy® (STW-FST®) is not your typical stretching routine. It is completely painless, relaxing, and very […]
Making the decision to become a Registered Massage Therapist means deciding to become part of a profession that is strongly committed to providing the highest possible quality of care to the community. This also means that we are a profession deeply rooted in ongoing professional development and continued learning.
Your learning does not stop once you have passed your initial registration exams with our regulatory body, the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO). In many ways your learning has really just begun. We enter the profession by meeting the entry to practice requirements. It is then, […]
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.