Esthetics, Beauty and Massage


The Beauty industry is blossoming as more and more Canadians recognize the positive effects of esthetics and massage on their health, looks and wellbeing.  Whether makeup or massage, professionals providing these services are adored for their ability to make Canadians feel good!

Esthetics

Esthetics

Included in many Canadians’ health regime is a regular visit to the spa or Esthetician for a facial or waxing.  Not only are these procedures considered important to maintaining a beautiful exterior but they are also valued for their contribution to overall health.  Visits to the spa for esthetic services are becoming more and more popular and as their value increases, so too does the demand for skilled Estheticians.  A career in this field will definitely lead to a glowing future.
 

Hair and Makeup

Hair and Makeup

Have an eye for style?  Know how to frame a face, bring out the cheekbones and make the eyes pop?  With the right training and passion for Hair and Makeup, students are able to learn these and many other tricks of the trade for enhancing beauty in clients. Professionals who are able to harness and highlight beauty are in great demand.  A certificate in Make-Up Artistry or Hair Art Design will teach students the art and techniques of beauty

Massage Therapy

Massage Therapy

The benefits of massage are far-reaching.  Many Canadians rely on massage treatments to care for recurring conditions, injuries, aches and pains.  As one of the oldest healing arts, Massage Therapy is now widely recognized and very popular for its proven therapeutic results.  Opportunities in this field are varied and numerous.  Jobs can be found in private clinics and medical practices or even on cruise ships and in resorts.  Since the skills are transportable, Massage Therapists are able to work in a variety of settings providing their healing touch.

Schools we’ve discovered

Spa Manager

Spa Manager

Many Canadians health regime now includes a regular visit to the spa for soothing treatments such as facials and massages.  The popularity of spas has produced terrific potential for those seeking employment in the field.  A Spa Manager is, essentially, a small business owner and, as such, is responsible for the success of the whole operation.   Ensuring a tranquil environment for customers requires a Spa Manager’s attention to detail in all areas including finances, inventory and employees.  

Schools we’ve discovered

Online Learning

Study for a new career or upgrade your skills from your home or office!  Learn more about the benefits of Online Learning.