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Recognized massage techniques


The Réseau recognizes four disciplines identified below. These disciplines must be the basis of any care provided by a therapist member of the Réseau des massothérapeutes professionnels du Québec. To be part of the Réseau, the therapists need to complete at least a massage therapy training that meets the membership criteria. A high proportion of the members have also completed a specialization.

Basic massage techniques

The following is the list of basic massage techniques that allow you to join the Réseau des massothérapeutes professionnels du Québec, as a massage therapist. To join the Réseau, therapists must have successfully completed at least one of these training techniques. Each of these techniques can also be recognized as continuing education.

Continuing education techniques

Many massage therapy techniques are also available as continuous education training. Acknowledged by the Réseau, those techniques enable massage therapists to improve their skills and to adapt their service offer to the specific needs of their clientele. Those techniques are eligible to the Skills development fund, which is a continuous education support program.

Naturotherapy training

Acido / Basic

Allergies and natural care



Bacteriology and virology


Essential oils study



Medicinal plants study


Nutritional rehabilitation (inflammatory aspects)



Organic detoxification

Organic dysfunction

Protein, carbohydrates and lipids study

Pharmaceuticals vs natural products


Vitamin therapy

Become a member

To become a member, you can fill an online Membership form or download the PDF form and return it to the Reseau by mail or fax.

If your profile does not meet our membership criteria, you may be able to use the Professional Skills Assessment Program (PSAP) to gain professional recognition from the largest association of massage therapists in Quebec.


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