At Vicars, we put you first. Our students’ needs are our first priority, and these principles guide everything we do.
Our program is a positive and challenging experience. We prepare our graduates to be effective and successful massage therapists.
We will always treat our students with respect.
To meet our students’ need for excellent training, we will stay current with the highest national standards.
When we make decisions, our highest priority will always be the most positive outcome for our students.
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Experienced staff working for you
When you enroll at Vicars, you’ll be working closely with some of the best RMTs and massage educators in the province. Our instructors are all successful massage therapists who want to share their passion for massage with you. Each class is taught by a team of two instructors, and we keep our classes to a maximum of 20 students—a student-teacher ratio of 10:1 or better—so that you’re always guaranteed the personalized attention it takes to succeed.
As a Vicars student, you also have our administrative and management staff on your side. We work hard to make your school experience fulfilling and valuable. Everyone who works at Vicars is committed to your success as a student, and as a therapist. During your two years with us you’ll get to know us well and we encourage you to speak to us whenever you’re experiencing a challenge.
We’re also held in high regard by other industry professionals.
“I often recommend Vicars when individuals question me about what massage school to attend. Graduates have been well prepared to face the challenges that they will undoubtedly encounter in the profession. Their assessment skills are excellent and they all seem to be very professional. I endorse Vicars wholeheartedly!”
Kip Petch, RMT and CSMTA member
“From a practitioner’s standpoint, being trained to the same minimum standard as everyone else in the country is huge. But there are schools that, unfortunately, aren’t going to do it until they have to. That’s why it’s such an advantage what Vicars has done [to voluntarily meet the national curriculum standard]. You didn’t have to, but you did. It shows the commitment you have to the profession at large—and it was not a small undertaking.”
Christy Pritchard, Former Executive Director of the Massage Therapist Association of Alberta