March 16 & 17 and May 11 & 12, 2024

Seats are limited, sign-up to reserve yours now!

All classes are from 9am to 5pm, and held at The Pacific Coastal College of Massage Therapy, 1152 Mainland Street, Vancouver BC, Canada
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What makes CBER special?

This is the most comprehensive exam review course on the market!

With over 13 hours of video review, 11 hours of practice exams, 4 in-person instruction days, as well as Q&A zoom session and office hours for additional support, we're invested in your success!

Want to hear more?

  • Mock practical exams in both BC (PBA) and NFL (OSCE) formats!

  • Four days of in-person instruction geared to clinical reasoning and practical exam prep.

  • Curriculum referenced entirely from Recommended Resources for Exams for RMT board exams in all regulated Canadian provinces.

  • Well over 500 practice written exam questions.

  • Over 13 hours of video lecture reviews.

  • Review of all body regions, common conditions, and special testing.

  • In-person course is run twice annually to align with the BC Registration Exams.

  • Don't need the in-person practical exam prep? Looking for only the lecture review or exam questions? Good news, we have those options for you! Check out the course links above for practice exams and review lectures!


Hear what past participants have said!

“Required! Everyone must take this class. I genuinely credit my passing my practical exam to this class. It made me pass!”

Jenn U

“Firstly, I want to give both of you a massive thank you.... I am not sugar coating anything when I say that having you two help me through the maze and confusion, of massage (education), has been invaluable!”

Past Participant


Taylor Laviolette, RMT

My name is Taylor James Laviolette. I am a practising Registered Massage Therapist in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. I have been in massage therapy education since 2009, and since then I have focused my career on research and education. I have enjoyed the honour of speaking at medical conferences to educate health care providers (including doctors, surgeons, physical therapists, occupational therapists, and mental health professionals) on modern and evidence-based approaches to musculoskeletal care. Massage therapy is my focus. I strongly believe that Massage Therapists are uniquely positioned to provide the highest value of care to those living with musculoskeletal aches and pains. From a structurally minded orthopedic therapist, to the fascially oriented, or craniovisceral therapist there's room for everyone at the table. The only question I have for us is if are we ready to update our story! Won't you join us! Affectionately, - Taylor

Stephania Johnson, RMT

Stephania (she/her) is passionate about supporting and empowering other Health Care Providers to be clinically resilient, have strong professional boundaries, navigate difficult conversations, and above all, avoid burnout!

Stephania became a Registered Massage Therapist in BC, Canada, in 2007. Since then she has worked in private practice, massage education, and college administration. Stephania taught core curriculum at the Vancouver College of Massage Therapy, had a hand in guiding the program's development, and worked as the Clinic Manager, running both the in-school student clinic and multiple outreach locations.

Stephania has survived periods of burnout in all of her roles and hopes to help others do the same.