Kine II (Kinesitherapy)

Kinésithérapie II teacher

The Kine II (305h) Program builds upon the foundations already learned in Kine I. The structures and functions of the human body (with a focus on the articulations) and more pathologies encountered by athletes and non-athletes alike will be analyzed in greater depth. Advanced notions of Traumatology will also be taught.

The following are some of the techniques that will be taught: Passive Mobilizations II & III; Deep Tissue Massage II; Myo-Fascial Structural Therapy I & II; Taping II (Kinesio Tape); Posture II; and much more.

Please see Course Outline link below for all the details.

See schedule below for all details.

Starting DateLocationDaysTime
Fall 2023Verdunto be announced9:00am to 5:00pm


Prerequisite: Kine I (Sports Massage)

Course hours: 305h


Registration: $3,355 †

Course notes: $200

To be officially registered into the course, a non-refundable deposit of $400 should be paid.

Course outline


to be announced

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.


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


AQ about our kinesitherapy course

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

What are the core lessons of the Kine II (Kinesitherapy) course?

The Kine II kinesitherapy course is an excellent way to deepen your knowledge of advanced therapeutic techniques. This program also allows students to enter the massage therapy profession with a specialization in kinesitherapy. This 305-hour program is made up of three components:

— Theoretical courses taught in our massage therapy and kinesitherapy school in Montreal

— Practical courses that apply advanced therapeutic maneuvers of kinesitherapy

— Supervised internships in clinics and at sporting events

Why is it necessary to complete the Kine I (Sports Massage) course beforehand?

The Kine I (Sports Massage) course offered by our massage school is designed to provide students with a solid theoretical, practical and professional foundation. The advanced courses in this second program significantly deepen students’ knowledge of the structures and functioning of the human body. 

The Kine I (Sports Massage) course is therefore required to fully assimilate and master the lessons of this program.

Who is the Kine II (Kinesitherapy) course for?

The Kine II (Kinesitherapy) course is mainly intended for massage therapists who wish to deepen their knowledge of advanced therapeutic techniques.

It is necessary to have taken and completed the Kine I (Sports Massage) course in order to register for this program. 

For those who wish to begin their training as a massage therapist and gradually become familiar with basic massage techniques, our introductory courses and workshops are open to all and are offered in French and English. 

Visit our massage therapy programs page to discover all our training courses.