Recognised as one of the oldest methods of healing, massage therapy can treat a wide range of physical and emotional ailments. Dedicated, passionate and caring individuals will find being a remedial massage therapist the perfect career, with each day offering them new opportunities to develop their skills.
Being a remedial massage therapist will allow you to create your own career, whether you decide to work for yourself, in a private clinic or at an international retreat. A truly rewarding career, remedial massage therapy is an ideal career path for school leavers, career changers and current industry professionals alike.
Do you enjoy working with people? Are you positive and caring? Want to create a career for yourself where you can help people get back to their best? Working as a remedial massage therapist takes more than just skill, with these individuals required to complete a range of daily tasks including:
Good communication and organisational skills are also a must for remedial massage therapists, as they work with a range of different people. So do you think you have what it takes to become a remedial massage therapist? Then just give one of our Student Enrolment Advisors a call and begin your journey toward becoming a qualified remedial massage therapist.
Once you have a massage qualification from AIAS behind you, a range of exciting career opportunities will become available. Whether you decide to work within larger establishments such as health or hotel spas, or you prefer to work on your own, qualified remedial massage therapists are in high demand. Cruise ships, hospitals, hospices and holistic health clinics also offer employment opportunities for remedial massage therapists, allowing you to choose where you want to work – be that in Australia or overseas.
of Massage Therapists are aged between 45 & 54
people will be employed as Massage Therapists by 2020
of Massage Therapists have attained a Diploma or Advanced Diploma