|Type de magasin |||Éducation, Médecines douces, Esthéticiennes, Massothérapie, Manucure, Soins de beauté|
|Se rendre |||Peel Metro|
|Intersection |||de Maisonneuve W|
Profil Dernière mise-à-jour: 18 décembre 2008
Graduates of Edith Serei’s programs have an excellent reputation around the world and often go on to start their own salons upon graduation. Students can choose from either a DEP (diplôme d’études professionnelles) or an Edith Serei diploma, depending on the amount of time they prefer to spend in classes versus time spent on homework, although only the DEP is eligible for provincial loans and bursaries. Foreign students are also welcome, though an additional fee is added to the listed course prices.
To become a massage practitioner in Quebec, students must complete 400 hours of course work. To gain the designation of massage therapist, 1,000 hours of course-work must be completed. At the Academy, an “Introduction to Swedish Massage” workshop is the prerequisite for both courses of study, though there is currently no government regulation for massage therapy in the province. Day and evening courses are available, and all classes are run in both French and English.
Aesthetics Treatments for the Public
Though you may not be a student at the Academy, you can still benefit from their coursework. Aesthetic treatments are performed by appointment for a fraction of the cost of a full-service spa or salon. Treatments offered include facials, foot care, manicures and electrolysis and the school’s teachers supervise all treatments. In addition to student services, you may prefer to receive treatment from a certified professional. Services include facials, foot care, manicures, eyelash extensions, laser depilation, laser photorejuvenation, laser stain treatment, laser wrinkle treatment, waxing, electrolysis, permanent makeup, massage, AHA, oxygenating, electronic lifting and a variety of relaxing beauty packages.