Kine I (Sports Massage)

Kinésithérapie I (massage sportif) student

Our Kine I (Sports Massage) course is designed to train massage therapists to address more advanced therapeutic issues for both athletes and non-athletes alike. Building upon therapeutic techniques learned in the Swedish Massage I course, the student will be introduced to a host of approaches and techniques for treating Lumbago, Torticollis, Achilles Tendon, Sciatica, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and much more.

The following are some of the techniques that will be taught: Passive Mobilizations, Trigger Points, P.N.F., Deep Tissue Massage, M.F.S. (Myo-Fascial Stretching), Russian Technique, and much more.

Please see Course Outline link below for all the details about our sports massage therapy program.

You can also find the schedule of the courses in the section below.

Starting DateLocationDaysTime
Thursday, February 9, 2023VerdunMonday and Thursday9:00 am to 5:00 pm

Cost

Registration: $3,355 

Course notes: $200

To be officially registered and benefit from the discount a non-refundable deposit of $400 should be paid.

† 5% rebate on inscriptions by December 24, 2022.

*Students are responsible for all personal costs associated with supplies such as towels, sheets and bolsters. Massage tables and Massage oil will be supplied by the school for the entire length of the Program.

Course outline

Payment methods

Payments can be made in one, two, three instalments or monthly with no additional fees or interest. Payment can be done by debit, credit cards, cash, direct transfer or checks.

Financial aid

There are different forms of financial aid available depending on the situation of each student. Our adviser will be able to inform you. Please contact us for more information.

Equipment

Students are responsible for supplying their own:

Sets of sheets (single bed)

Bolsters or 2 large beach towels

2 medium size towels

2 small towels

Massage oil or gel

Belt

FAQ about our sports massage course

Find the answers to the most frequently asked questions from prospective students of our massage therapy school.

What are the core lessons of your sports massage training?

The Kine I (Sports Massage) course prepares students to practice as massage therapists with a specialization in sports massage. Upon completion of both levels of Kine I and Kine II training, students will be qualified to administer therapeutic massage in clinical, professional and sports settings. This 305-hour Level 1 course is divided into three components:

— Theoretical courses in sports anatomy, physiology, pathology and psychology offered in our kinesitherapy and massage therapy school in Montreal. 

— Practical courses enabling you to apply the various therapeutic techniques of sports massage.

— Supervised internships in clinics and at sporting events

Can I work in Quebec directly after graduating from the program?

The Kine I (Sports Massage) course offered by our massage therapy institute qualifies students for a level 1 certificate. This certificate grants access to the Kine II (Kinesitherapy) course.

Who is the Kine I (Sports Massage) course for?

In general, the courses offered by IKRA Academy of Massage Therapy are open to everyone and offered in English and French. 

The Kine I (Sports Massage) course is designed for intermediate-level massage therapists who wish to diversify their massage techniques. Beginners are also welcome. However, in order to register for the Kine I (Sports Massage) course, students must have completed the Swedish Massage I and Introduction to Kine I: Passive Mobilizations I courses.

What other courses are offered at IKRA Academy of Massage?

In addition to sports massage certification, IKRA offers a wide range of massage therapy programs and workshops at its three Montreal campuses. 

From introductory workshops in trigger point massage therapy to advanced reflexology courses, we have training that will meet your aspirations. Our programs are designed to give you the knowledge and practical experience you need to be a successful massage therapist.