The HLT52015 Diploma of Remedial Massage is our foundation Program in Remedial Massage. This would suit you if you’re wanting to set up your own at-home, mobile or professional massage clinic. If you have a background in personal training or beauty therapy and are wanting to add massage to your skill-set, this is also a fantastic option. There are no prior study or entry requirements, so if this is a complete career change for you we’ll be there to support you the whole way. This course will make you eligible for provider numbers, to offer clients with private health insurance a rebate on remedial massage treatments.

To help you kick-start your study goals in 2022 with massage therapy, the HLT52015 Diploma of Remedial Massage (Health & Wellness) Program is eligible for our Industry Restart Scholarship. This means the $8,820 course fee is reduced to $5,175. Take advantage of this new offer to start the new year working towards an exciting new career in remedial massage.

Diploma of Remedial Massage (Health & Wellness)

Now $5,175 with our Industry Restart Scholarship

Diploma of Remedial Massage (Health & Wellness)

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Once you are qualified, there are a number of directions you can go career-wise. In fact, with a greater emphasis on active lifestyles and wellbeing today, there are some exciting opportunities for massage therapists. Many therapists choose to work in beauty and wellness, while others go into private practice. It is also possible to work at a multi-modality clinic alongside physios, osteos and chiropractors. We encourage our students and graduates to consult our job board to check for the latest industry-related career opportunities. We also have a guide available for download, which showcases some of the potential career options for massage graduates.

Diploma of Remedial Massage (Health & Wellness)

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