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What Is an RMT?

Unauthorized Use of Reserved Titles Form

Anyone who is aware of an unauthorized person using a reserved title can make a report to the College using the secure Unauthorized Use of Reserved Titles Form.

A registered massage therapist (RMT) in British Columbia is a regulated health professional recognized under British Columbia’s Health Professions Act.

Applicants for registration have completed post-secondary education in clinical applications of health sciences in massage therapy settings. Applicants meet CMTBC’s rigorous entry-level requirements.

RMTs are subject to:

By law (the Massage Therapists Regulation), only RMTs registered with CMTBC may refer to themselves by using one or more of the following professional titles: “massage therapist”, “registered massage therapist” (or “RMT”), “massage practitioner”, or “registered massage practitioner”. 

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