Course Description
This Esthetics / Spa Therapy course teaches the fundamentals of Esthetics / Spa Therapy. Students will learn from the Standard Esthetics Fundamentals, The Day Spa Techniques and online videos to perform Esthetic and Spa Therapy services. This includes Skin Care Analysis, Facial Treatments, Facial Massage, Facial Machines, Hair Removal and Make Up.

Students will also learn practical applications in: Water and Water Therapies (Uses, Bathing), Underwater Massage, Showers, Touch and Massage, Aromatherapy, Body Treatments, Exfoliation, Mud Treatments, Seaweed Treatments, Spot Treatments and Advanced Treatments.

Estheticians often perform procedures and treatments that focus not only on the body, but on the mind and spirit as well – this includes hot stone massage, mud baths, and aromatherapy. These are popular additions to the repertoire of many estheticians and fall into our Spa Therapy category. This option requires additional training: however, combining our Esthetics program with our Spa Therapy program will allow you to offer the absolute best possible service to your clients.

Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive an Esthetics Diploma, a Spa Therapy Diploma, as well as your stamped/sealed official transcripts.

Books and kits are not included in this course, but we have worked in conjunction with to carefully and specifically design kits customized to this course. Once enrolled you will be given a link to order.

See the pricing tab for Book and Kit costs

Requirements: Minimum 19 years of age or have completed grade 12 (or equivalent); You must have Internet access, and a digital device that can take and submit photos.

Please check with your local governing body to ensure Canadian Credentials are accepted in your area.

“Esthetics” is actually a term used to describe a philosophical approach to appreciating things of beauty, reverence and artistry. It’s quite fitting, then, that the practice of skin beautification in the health and wellness industry is also referred to as esthetics- sometimes even going by its original spelling, “aesthetics.”

Estheticians are skincare specialists responsible for performing a variety of facial treatments designed to increase, improve, or maintain the health and appearance of the skin.

Estheticians are trained in skin wellness, most often helping their clients combat complexion problems through a number of therapies and practices. In addition to engaging in therapies that are designed to improve the tone, texture, color, and youthfulness of the skin of the face and neck, estheticians may perform a wide range of other body services such as make up and hair removal.

Waxing, threading, or using depilatories to remove unwanted hair is a common practice for estheticians, as is the application of makeup.

Spa Therapy

Spa treatments are the services that a spa provides. The most popular spa treatment by far, is massage. It has been around for thousands of years and has a number of health benefits.

Other popular spa treatments include body treatments like salt glows and body wraps. Some spas, usually have signature services that might combine several different treatments: a body scrub followed by a massage and a mini-facial, for instance. The two most popular massages are Swedish massage and deep tissue massage. Swedish massage typically covers the whole body with firm strokes but without much deep, focused work. Deep tissue massage will use firmer pressure and also include focused work on areas that are especially tight. Another massage offering on most menus is an aromatherapy massage, which uses essential oils to achieve different purposes, most commonly relaxation.

The basic body scrub exfoliates your outermost, dead skin cells with a salt scrub (rougher), a sugar scrub (gentler) or some other exfoliant, like coffee grounds, fruit enzymes or a bristle brush or gloves that gently loosen the inter-cellular bonds. A body scrub can be a stand-alone treatment, but it is often combined with a body wrap that is either hydrating (adding moisture to the skin) or detoxifying (anything with clay, mud or seaweed).

Once your client has been exfoliated they can choose a body wrap, or a massage. If they have enough time and want an amazing treatments choose all three.

Esthetics Outline:

Life Skills
Professional Image
Communicating for Success
The Healthy Professional
Infection Control
Chemistry & Chemical Safety
Electricity & Electrical Safety
Career Planning
On The Job
Career Opportunities and History of Esthetics
Anatomy and Physiology
Physiology and Histology of the Skin
Disorders and Diseases of the Skin
Skin Analysis
Skin Care Products: Chemistry, Ingredients, and Selection
The Treatment Room
Facial Treatments
Facial Massage
Facial Devices and Technology
Hair Removal
Makeup Essentials
Advanced Topics and Treatments

Online Procedural training
Part 1: Skin Analysis / Facial Treatments / Facial Massage / Use of Machines
Part 2: Hair Removal
Part 3: Makeup / Related Beauty Services

Spa Therapy Outline:

History From Europe to America
Water and Water Therapy
Baths and Bathing
Touch and Massage
Introduction to Aromatherapy
Client Preparation and Room Setup
Body Treatments and Treatment Development
Mud Treatments
Seaweed Treatments
Other Treatments
Home Care

Online Procedural training (continued from Esthetic course)

Part 4: Water and Water Therapy / Baths and Bathing / Showers / Tub Treatments
Part 5: Aromatherapy and Essential Oils
Part 6: Exfoliation and Massage
Part 7: Body Treatments, Hot & Cold / Mud / Clay / Seaweed / Spot Treatments


Registration fee of $250.00 must be paid in advance to hold your seat (non-refundable)

Course costs:

Tuition                            $5000.00
Online training fees       $2500.00
Total =                            $7500.00

Payment plan:

$625.00 per month x 12 months (part time)

$833.34 per month x 9 months (full time)

The tuition costs do not include textbooks, tools or products that you will need to  complete. However, has pre-made professional kits for your convenience. Once enrolled you will be given the link to the book(s) and kit(s) required to complete the specific course. Should you already have a comparable professional product(s) as listed in the kit, you can remove pre checkout.

Kit prices are listed below at a wholesale pricing level and do not include taxes. Please consider the appropriate taxes for your area. Prices and contents subject to change without notice.

Spa One Skin Care

Spa One Skin Care is a light and beautiful, organic skin care line made with the amazing active and healing ingredients of MOOR and Seaweed. Moor is 12,000 years old and found 63 feet below the surface in Bleiberg,  Austria.  Spa One Skin Care is also made with marine phytoplankton which is found on Vancouver Island. These amazing active ingredients are bio-available, easily absorbed and help remove toxins both internally and externally – a great anti-oxidant.

Spa One Skin Care contains no chemicals, and is not tested on animals.

The Spa One Skin Care Kit contains all the products you require to perform all skin care services and your clients will love how their skin feels.

Spa One Skin Care kit costs $424.00

Spa One Professional Make Up

Spa One Professional Make Up Kit is a massive product kit offering a large variety of full-sized products and colors.

Included in the kit: primers, concealers and finishing powders, five different types of foundations in 10 shades, lip and shadow pallets containing a variety of cool, neutral, and warm shades with matching pencils, a 14- piece high quality brush set, disposable applicators, and so much more.

Spa One Make Up kit costs $1054.00

Spa One Body Care

Following along the same high quality as their skin care line, Spa One body care also boasts the features of being chemically free, organic, and made with the highly active ingredients of Moor mud, algae and seaweed.

The body care kit contains exfoliating Himalayan Crystal Salt, Body Scrub Cream, Algamoor and Gemstone Clay Body Mask, Firming Contour Gels, Massage Lotion and amazing Massage Balms.

Spa One Body Care Kit costs $ $167.00


All Course material is delivered online, therefore you must purchase the E-Book assigned to this course.

The E-book provides you with a key code to open the course. Also available are the beautiful hard copy text books. You can purchase the E-Book and the text book as a bundle, but you cannot purchase the Esthetics text book separately.

Esthetics Vol 8 E-Book Cost $440.00

Esthetics Bundle E-Book and Texts Cost $550.00

Spa Therapy Text Only Cost $200.00 will charge you directly for your books, product kits and shipping.  Shipping is through Canada Post with delivery to your door. A signature is required.

Payment Options:


Requirements: Minimum 19 years of age or have completed grade 12 (or equivalent); You must have Internet access, and a digital device that can take and submit photos.

This is an online course; you need Internet access.

We recommend finding a salon/spa in your area to apprentice until you are competent in performing your services.

This program has been approved by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills and Training. We use the Internationally Recognized Milady Textbook for this course. Please check with your local governing body to ensure Canadian Credentials are accepted.

We encourage you to look into various funding options available in your province.

We can’t guarantee individual eligibility with any specific funding agency or financial assistance program; however, below is a list of links that may help provide you direction.

Please check back regularly, as we will be adding to the list as more options become available:


Student Aid British Columbia

Mirage Spa Education has compiled a Student Aid BC Handbook – This is your first stop in understanding the requirements, obligations, and policies before applying to Student Aid BC. Please read through the handbook carefully before beginning your application process online.
Mirage Spa Education Student Aid BC Funding Handbook



Canada Emergency Response Benefit (COVID-19) 

Use of Registered Plans for Education 

Canada Emergency Student Benefit – Canada Revenue Agency 

First Nations Post-Secondary Funding 



Work in Alberta 

Workers Compensation Benefits – Alberta 



Financial and training support for young entrepreneurs in Canada – NEW! (Aug 2021)

Workers Compensation Benefits – British Columbia 

Student Aid British Columbia 

Work British Columbia – Finance your Education 

Financial Assistance for Apprentices British Columbia 

Metis Employment and Training British Columbia NW Region (Contact: Renee Berschaminski) 

North Vancouver Island Aboriginal Training Society British Columbia 

Lax Kw’alaams Band Office  – British Columbia 

WorkSafe BC 

Work BC – Fort Nelson, BC (Contact: Katheryn MacNeil) 

Work Safe BC – Quesnel, BC (Contact: Hazel Krumm, Work BC Centre) 

Opportunities Fund Program – BC Centre for Ability – Vancouver, British Columbia (Contact: Sandy Liles) 



Government of Manitoba Educational Assistance 

Metis Employment and Training Manitoba 



Qalipu Mi-Kmaq First Nation (Contact:  Colleen Paul) 



Labor and Advanced Education Nova Scotia 



Kakivak Association – Iqaluit, Nunavut (Contact: Pat Powell or Annie Alexander) 

Financial Assistance for Nunavut Students: 1-877-860-0680 



Batchewana Employment and Training Ontario 

Indian Friendship Center Youth and Employment – Ontario (Contact: Crystal Derochie) 

Metis Nation of Ontario – Barrie (Conact: Patricia Graham) 

Kagita Mikam Aboriginal Employment and Training – Shannonville, Ontario (Contact: Jake Brant) 

Mattagami First Nation – Ontario (Contact: Dereck McKay) 

Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation (Contact: Michele King) 



Education and Learning Saskatchewan 


  1. If Mirage Spa Education Inc. receives tuition from the student, or a person on behalf of the student, the institution will refund the student, or the person who paid on behalf of the student, the tuition that was paid in relation to this course in which the student is enrolled if:
    1. the institution receives a notice of withdrawal in writing from the student no later than seven business days after the effective contract date and before the contract start date;
    2. the student, signs the student enrolment contract seven business days or less before the contract start date and the institution receives a notice of withdrawal from the student between the date the student, signed the student enrolment contract and the contract start date; or
  2. Mirage Spa Education Inc. will refund the tuition for this course and all related fees paid by the student or a person on behalf of the student enrolled in the program if the student is enrolled in the course without having met the admission requirements and did not misrepresent his or her knowledge or skills when applying for admission.
  3. Mirage Spa Education Inc. provides this course solely through distance education and the institution receives a student’s notice of withdrawal or the institution delivers a notice of dismissal to the student and:
    1. the student has completed and received an evaluation of his or her performance for up to 30% of the hours of instruction (based on full time hours @ 35 hours per week)  to be provided during the contract term, the institution may retain up to 30% of the tuition due under the student enrolment contract, or
    2. the student has completed and received an evaluation of his or her performance (based on full time hours @ 35 hours per week)  for more than 30% but less than 50% of the program, the institution may retain up to 50% of the tuition due under the student enrolment contract.
    3. The student has completed more than 50% of the course (based on full time hours @ 35 hours per week) no refund is due.
  4. Refunds required under this policy will be paid to the student, or a person who paid the tuition or fees on behalf of the student, within 30 days:
    1. of the date Mirage Spa Education Inc. receives a student’s notice of withdrawal in writing,
    2. of the date Mirage Spa Education Inc. provides a notice of dismissal to the student in writing,
    3. of the date that the registrar provides notice to Mirage Spa Education Inc. that the institution is not complying, or
    4. after the first 30% of the hours (based on full time hours @ 35 hours per week)  of instruction if section 3 of this policy applies.
  5. If an international student delivers a copy of a refusal of a study permit to Mirage Spa Education Inc., sections 1(1), 1(2),  and 4 of this policy apply as if the copy of the refusal were a notice of withdrawal, unless:
    1. the international student requests an additional letter of acceptance for the same program that was the subject of the refusal of a study permit, or this course is provided solely through distance education.
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