Discover a unique career path where you can combine your love for horses and penchant for wellness. Learn the various skills you need to challenge your potential and succeed in the equine industry.
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About The Program
With this 88-week Equine Massage diploma program, you can get 991 hours of practical experience within the classroom and barn setting. Master massage theory and techniques plus equine anatomy, physiology, pathology, and management. Before completing your program, you will cap off your learning experience with a one-on-one career assistance from our knowledgeable Employment Specialists to seamlessly land your dream job.
Most Equine Massage Therapists are self-employed and travel to meet clients at various locations – barns or a public facility. You can work with veterinarians, coaches, trainers, horse care specialists, and horse owners.
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*Employment Rate based on 2021 contactable triOS graduates employed in a related field within 12 months.
NOC Code: 6564/65229 - **Wage data rounded down to the nearest dollar. Average wage doesn't reflect the starting salary but represents the middle value between lowest to highest wages. Local (or regional) income may vary. Last updated in Dec 2022.
Do you want to be a part of the veterinary health care system? Are you looking to turn your love for animals into a full-time job? If so, then the Equine Massage program is just what you need to launch your new career. With the growing demand for expertly trained Equine Massage Therapists, you can now help rehabilitate equine athletes while helping their owners maximize the potential of their horses.
Be a part of the veterinary health care system by learning equine anatomy, behaviour, and physiology, equine massage theory and techniques, and skills to treat and manage equine. By joining the Equine Massage program at triOS, you will enroll into the only program of its kind in North America; it teaches you ways in which to incorporate both theory and technique into your day-to-day practice of equine massage.
Students enrolled in the program receive:
- Professional liability insurance coverage while visiting barns.
Conformation and Kinesiology
Equine Hydrotherapy & Other Complementary Therapies
Equine Management 1
Equine Management 2
Professionalism and Ethics
Equine Remedial Exercises
Equine Massage Theory and Techniques
Equine Massage Treatments
– High school graduation diploma, or Mature Student Status (for more information please refer to the Program Outline at the top of this page or speak to your Education Consultant)
– triOS College Pre-Science Course, or its equivalent
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