Victoria Massage
Massage Courses in Victoria
Graduate with your Certificate of Raynor Massage in only 5 Days!
Graduate with your Diploma of Raynor Massage in only 10 Days!

- No Written Tests, Exams or Textbook Studying
- Get working in a job at a spa, wellness centre, health clinic or cruise ship immediately after graduation
- Or start your own business and be your own boss as a Massage Professional

We have an exemplary form of massage and a distinct way to train students in massage which enables us to provide short, intensive 5-day Raynor Massage Certificate and 10-Day Raynor Massage Diploma courses. Raynor Massage Training and Treatment Center in Victoria is an International massage college which offers short, but intensive massage courses in more than thirty locations globally. We have hundreds of graduates in across British Columbia and the world practicing our style of massage successfully with jobs in various spas, cruise ships, gyms, wellness centers, other holistic establishments and private practice, both full and part-time.

Raynor Massage incorporates elements of Thai massage, Shiatsu, Sports massage, Ayurvedic massage and traditional therapeutic massage. An internationally-trained Naturopath and an Advanced Massage Therapist, Brandon Raynor is a successful innovator in the field of massage where he developed the Raynor massage course from his life-long experiences studying massage all over the world.

We offer short courses that bypass the long, unnecessary route of becoming a Registered Massage Therapist.

Our fast-tracked classes are much more efficient since we take a hands-on a holistic approach and give you a chance to massage and also get a massage from the first day. Every class will start with a detailed demonstration provided by the Raynor Massage instructor followed by students practicing the techniques on themselves while the teacher offers one-on-one feedback. In this way, teachers will be able to address all areas that need improvement so that all students leave the course confident as Raynor Massage Specialists. Several people not only find that getting massages in class is a perfect way to reinforce massage lessons but Raynor Massage is also healing those receiving it.

Though our graduates aren’t allowed to use the term “Massage Therapist” or “Massage Therapy” in BC, you can still practice massage professionally after finishing our course and only use titles like Raynor Bodywork Therapist or Massage Professional. You can also still get comprehensive insurance coverage so it makes little sense in our opinion why someone would spend up to three years and $35,000 plus lost income for three years to train anywhere else!
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Fast Track Massage Courses in Victoria
Victoria
Massage Training Venue in Victoria
Victoria is a beautiful place to have a massage training venue. Victoria city is the capital of British Columbia in Canada sitting on the ragged southern end of Vancouver Island. It's famous for its outdoor activities with abudant parkland.
The city boasts of its Victorian architecture and stately Craigdarroch castle mansion, intense floral displays and superb water features.
Victoria city was named after Queen Victoria the monarch of United Kingdom. The city was home to many communities of the coast Salish people, they comprised of many tribes with distinct cultures and languages. On the 18th century, British Columbia became the sixth province of Canada and Victoria announced as its capital city. The continued institution of the British military and naval headquarters on the Pacific coast at Eaquimelt, adjacent to Victoria, was assured.
The city is popular among tourists, it boasts of the Butchart Gardens and Empress Hotel. Despite its great tea and crumpets there's actually a lot more to the city, the following are interesting and downright facts that surround the city; .
Visiting Sights in Victoria
If you are visiting Victoria for one of our Raynor Massage Training Courses then it's worth checking out some the local attractios.

The city lies on the southern tip of Vancouver Island. An average of 3.5 million tourists spends at least a night in Victoria each year. . The Popular Butchart Gardens were opened in 1904, and are a twenty-five-minute drive from downtown. . The city boasts of over 70 city parks including the famous Beacon hill park. . During the night, the Parliament buildings are lit up with as many as 3000 lights. . Victoria city is the cycling capital of Canada. . The city sits on an earthquake zone. . The city hosts numerous festivals including the Great Canadian Beer Festival, Garden show, and Victoria flower. . Whale watching is enjoyed in the city.

When you visit victoria city, you will get to experience the magnificent natural surroundings. Moreover, you will get the chance to visit the city museum which showcases its diverse history. The waterfront is also popular with both the locals and tourists.

You will also get a chance to see and visit the following places;
1. Royal BC Museum The museum is located next to victoria's inner Harbour. The museum houses and safeguards artifacts, specimens and various documents which relate to the British Columbias natural and human history. The museum also contains IMAX victoria theatre halls which showcases films that are both educational and entertaining.
2. Visiting Beacon Hill park. Beacon Hill consists of natural areas and beautiful landscaped parks. It consists of fields fully covered with miles of seasonal wildflowers. The park has several playgrounds, water parks, a cricket pitch, a childrens petting zoo, miniature golf, sports fields and a lawn bowling club.
3. British Columbia Parliament Buildings. The parliamentary buildings are constructed in an ornate Neo-baroque style, At night you will get to see the lighting of more than 3,000lights.
4. Scenic Marine Route. The pacific Marine route allows you to see much of the cowichen region and also the vast vancouver island. You will also get the chance to explore the wine country and visit the Beautiful beaches and west coast parks.
5. Get to visit the Craigdarrach Castle. Located at the top at Rockland neighbourhood, the Craigdarrach is a large Victorian Castle built by coal barron Robert Dunsmuir. The castle is a symbol of wealth and prestige. It's a four story building displaying the rich lived era of Queen Victoria.
6. Fisherman's wharf. This is a place where you will get great food, stunning views, wonderful atmosphere, live music and get to board expensive yatchs. Other areas of interest include the Ogden point Breakwater, Robert Batemen centre, Victorias Bug zoo, Royal theatre, China town, the Maritime museum, Bastion square, finnerty Gardens and the memorial centre.

The Recommended way to get around Victoria and Vancouver Island is by Car or by bike ( Remember Victoria is a cycling capital). Victoria features an excellent, comprehensive transportation system. The city also contains ferries which connect the city to other towns. You can also rent rent a car from Victoria International Airport. Cabs cost a flat rate of CA$ 2.50 for adults. CONCLUSION Victoria city, is a beautiful city that is action packed, it's a city of vivid floral displays, fantastic water features and consists of beautiful gardens. It's worth everyone's visit.