P.O Box 631 Station A
Toronto, ON, M1K 5E9
Massage Therapy Program, Public Clinic
Massage Therapy Program, Public Clinic
Note: We are following strict COVID protocols and infection prevention and control measures, developed by Public Health Ontario, to keep you safe.
Massage Therapy is a regulated health care profession that deals with a wide range of physical and stress-related conditions, such as sports injury or post-surgical rehabilitation, headaches, neck pain, low back pain, stress, insomnia, carpal tunnel syndrome, pregnancy-related discomfort and countless other conditions. Take some time for yourself and improve your health and wellness. Each clinic has a specialty focus that reflects the student's current learning. Review the descriptions below and choose your clinic. If you are limited to a specific time or day, your needs can be addressed effectively in any clinic. All clinics provide health maintenance and stress reduction treatments.
Book a massage treatment by calling (416) 289-5353
or book online.
Effective January 1st, 2020 a twenty-four hour notice is required when cancelling or changing an appointment or full treatment fee may be charged.
Outstanding balances will be added to your next appointment fee.
For the remainder of 2021, all treatments are free of charge.
All treatments are performed by students under the direction of Registered Massage Therapists.
Please arrive 15 minutes before your first appointment to complete a health history form and 10 minutes prior for subsequent appointments.
All Life Stages
All life stages from children to seniors. This is the ideal clinic for pregnant women, children, young adults, adults and seniors seeking to maintain or improve their health.
Sports Injuries and Rehabilitation Focus
This is an ideal clinic for those who have sports injuries new and old, as well as those with other muscle and joint problems.
This is the ideal clinic for those living with diseases such as diabetes, arthritis (including lupus and gout), heart disease, scleroderma, osteoporosis, fractures, asthma, bronchitis and emphysema.
This is the ideal clinic for those living with conditions such as sciatica, thoracic outlet syndrome, carpal tunnel syndrome, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, cerebral palsy and spinal cord injuries.
Wellness and Stress Management
Massage therapy is an effective tool for maintaining good health and managing stress.
Booking an Appointment
The Massage Therapy Public Clinic operates during the fall, winter and summer semesters. Appointments can be booked in advance although we will try to accommodate clients who drop at the last minute. Please check online for available appointments. The clinic is located just inside the main second-floor entrance of Centennial College's Morningside campus located at 755 Morningside Avenues at Ellesmere. Paid parking is available.
In person: Appointments can be booked in person during clinic hours at our service counter in Room 224 at the Centennial Science and Technology Centre, 755 Morningside Avenue at Ellesmere. The clinic entrance is located just inside the main campus entrance to your right, across from Enrollment Services.
By telephone: The Massage Therapy Clinic’s telephone number is 416-289-5353 (if you are calling from within Centennial College, the extension 5353). You can make appointments directly during clinic hours. Otherwise, leave a detailed voicemail message with your name and telephone number and we will return your call.
By Internet: book online
Parking: If you are arriving by car, paid parking is available at the second-floor entrance. Obtain a ticket when entering the parking lot, pay at the kiosk inside when leaving. Parking rates are $3.00 per hour.
Arrival: Please arrive ten minutes before your appointment time.
Cancellation: In order to allow us an opportunity to rebook your reserved time, please provide a minimum of 24-hour notice if you need to cancel your appointment.
Please Note: Massage Therapy Clinic treatments are not eligible for insurance coverage.
755 Morningside Avenue (at Ellesmere)
Room 224 [map and directions]
The clinic is located just inside the main second-floor entrance of Centennial College's Morningside campus.