Massage, Myotherapy and Post Graduate courses in Melbourne
Massage, Myotherapy and Professional Development Courses
Courses with YOU in mind!
Whether you want to learn massage as a hobby to spoil your family and friends, start a massage career or perhaps enhance your existing massage therapy qualification, the Melbourne Institute of Massage Therapy (MIMT) provides a wide range of massage courses to meet any of your requirements. We have the best courses in the industry including:
- Introduction to Massage
- Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice (HLT40312)
- Diploma of Remedial Massage (HLT50307)
- Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy (22248VIC)
- Post Graduate courses
From relaxation or sports massage, to remedial or oriental massage, and Myotherapy, you will learn from the best and most dedicated massage instructors in the industry, who will ensure your success in a rapidly growing massage industry.
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Why Choose MIMT?
The basic qualification you need to be recognised as a professional Massage Therapist.
Gain the knowledge needed to provide a full range of multi-disciplinary massage therapy skills.
Further enhance your clinical and treatment skills attained at Diploma of Remedial Massage level.
The Melbourne Institute of Massage Therapy (MIMT) has grown to become one of Australia’s foremost massage schools with graduates succeeding in positions at sports clinics, elite sports teams, day spas and on cruise lines throughout the world. Graduates have jobs in a range of medical clinics, fitness centres, resorts or even their own home based practice. The courses have been developed to enable the student to have multiple exit points. The student can start with a short course and move on to the Certificate IV in Massage Therapy Practice, continue then into the Diploma of Remedial Massage, and from there to the Advanced Diploma of Remedial Massage (Myotherapy). The choice is yours.
We even have a career pathway to the Bachelor of Complimentary Therapies at Charles Sturt University! MIMT, through its parent company, Australian College of Health & Fitness (ACHF), offers the Certificate III in Fitness and the Certificate IV in Fitness.
The Melbourne Institute of Massage Therapy is a Registered Training Organisation with the Australian Skills & Qualifications Authority.
Our Company’s purpose is - “With respect and commitment to our students we will provide quality world class education in a nurturing and encouraging environment. We are committed to our students’ success.”
With that in mind we welcome you to read our course information and look forward to the opportunity of meeting you in one of our classes.
Your first step on your new career path is to enrol in one of our Introduction to Massage intensive course. You may enrol in the Introduction classes as a short course without registering for the full Certificate course.
This enables you to “test the water” at a low cost. You will be able to experience our teaching methods and learn new skills while assessing if a massage career is for you. The course is deliberately structured so that it is also the foundation for the full Certificate course giving you a flying start on your new career.
Generally run as a weekend massage course, we also have this course running over some weeknights as well.
Can be used as both a general body massage technique or for treating specific problems.
Learn to tailor your treatment to the role in which you are playing in the athlete’s conditioning.
Dry needling focuses on the deactivation of myofascial trigger points (MTrPs).