VC College is engaged in serving its community; we participated in 2013, 2014 and 2015 at events such as 2015 Emmy’s gift suite, UCLA, USC, FRED Conference, Coast Guard Day, Kipp Elementary, Marriott LA LIVE Event, Volunteer for Aging Population, Youth Institute, SEIU Home Care, Oscar de La Hoya High, Beach Body, Etc… Our VC College graduates got hired by Burke Williams Spa, Massage Envy, Casino Spa Hollywood, local chiropractors, etc…

Swedish Massage 40 Hours +

Health Safety Sanitation 10 Hours

+Medication/HIV/AID 10 Hours

Applied Kinesiology 220 Hours+

Special Population 220 Hours+

Foot Reflexology Massage 20 Hours

Deep Tissue Massage 40 Hours +

Seated Massage 20 Hours

Myofascial Massage 10 Hours

Thai Massage 20 Hours +

Lymphatic Drainage  5Hours

Spa Treatments Hot Stones 20 Hours

Energy Polarity/ Chakras/Reiki 10 Hours

Pregnancy Massage 20 Hours

Sport/PNF/NMT Massage 20 Hours +

Integrated Modalities 20 Hours

Clinical Massage 40 Hours

Ethics/Business 40 Hours

Core Hours Included ( Anatomy/Physiology/Pathology/Ethics/Business/HIV/Hygiene) 240 Hours






 Yulia Checkan is certified by CAMTC and has many years as massage therapist licensed, cosmetology licensed and Yoga instructor licensed. She is well trained in education and knows how to bring passion into her work. She continues to work on the field such as with Massage Envy and Burke Williams. Educating is her love. Come meet and learn from this gentle and imaginative teacher.

slider004Karine Fougoux is the owner of the college, and attends each class by observing and communicating with each student and faculty members.

Karine teaches occasionally when an instructor needs coverage or assistance. Her speciality is Deep Tissue and Myofascial. She also likes practicing Energy work.

Karine has taught at SBMC, Bryman and Everest College where she was the Program Director for five years. Her passion is to see students and graduates become powerful massage healers and financially independent beings.


Kendon Turner is a massage therapist certified by CAMTC. He lives to have fun and provides the best massage to his clients at Burke Williams and Equinox Spas. He is well trained in all kind of techniques and has passion for anatomy and physiology which he likes to share with his students.

Come learn from this wonderful man at Victory Career College.




In massage therapy school such as Victory Career College you will learn about the different types of massages. In so doing, you will gain hands on experience learning the techniques. Massage therapy schools will typically require students to ascertain nearly all of the following basic massage techniques. At Victory Career College you will also learn many more modalities, but here is a start:


The most common in the West, Swedish massage was developed by a Swedish doctor in the 1700s. It includes various techniques directed at relaxing muscles through pressure applied to muscles, and pressure applied with the flow of blood to the heart. A Swedish massage can be slow or strong depending upon the personal style of the therapist and respective needs of the patient. A therapist will give various massage strokes to release muscle tension and to break up knots and other adhered tissues. The Swedish system is based upon Western anatomy and physiology, versus Eastern systems of massage based upon meridians and energy lines.

Deep Tissue

A standard in massage therapy schools in los angeles ca such as Victory Career College, and another form of Swedish, deep tissue massage breaks up chronic muscle tension, injury, or adhesions. Adhesions are bands of rigid tissue in muscles, which block circulation and limit movement. Deep tissue massage targets contracted or knotted muscle areas commonly found in necks, shoulders, and backs. A therapist applies deep targeted pressure to areas of pain. For the therapist, deep tissue massage can be the most physically tiring technique to give. Strong hands and arms will be required to massage deeply into a patient?s muscles and tense problem areas.


Shiatsu massage combines some Western techniques with Eastern medical and spiritual philosophy, and is often referred to as Zen shiatsu. Traditionally, this massage would focus on the Eastern principle of ?chi,? or energy flowing through a body?s meridian channels. Shiatsu therapists will typically manipulate pressure points, rotate and stretch joints, and have the patient breathe deeply. In Japanese, the term shiatsu translates to ?finger pressure,? while therapists will apply pressure across the entire body in order to unblock it, and to help a patient?s body heal itself.


Sports massage works specifically on athletes, no matter their sport. Therapists work on healing sports injuries to muscles and tendons, emphasizing prevention of injuries, and helping athletes prepare before and after a big event. There are four types of situations where a sports massage might be given. First, a stimulating massage may be given as a pre-event sport activity in order to warm up the athlete. Second, a therapist may give a post-event massage to normalize tissues and muscles in the body. Third, a therapist will give restorative massages to athletes during periods of difficult training. Fourth, a sports therapist will give rehabilitative massages to athletes in order to soothe the ache and to heal the muscle pain from injuries. Sports massage can also include maintenance techniques performed in order to reduce likelihood of injury and lessen recovery time. Sports massage can be considered as being associated with Swedish massage, as they both stimulate blood and fluid circulation.

Different types of massages given will vary drastically depending upon the needs and intentions of each individual patient. At massage therapy school, students will learn how to master nearly all four of the basic massage techniques, and can then acquire numerous other massage specialties as well. A student can be well on their way to becoming a healer once he or she has mastered the basic massage techniques.