Registered Massage Therapist

Medical Acupuncture Provider

West End (235 Wallace Avenue)

Steph Morgan

Practice style (Philosophy)

Steph is a trauma-informed practitioner, meaning she has advanced training in how stress and trauma affect our bodies. This understanding informs all of her assessment and treatments – she takes into account the big picture, as well as the specific injury or discomfort you’re addressing. Her main goal is to get you moving pain free and doing the things you love as soon as possible. Steph is always happy to talk about stress management, pain science, and how you can take your health into your own hands.

She is a queer, cis-female settler with Mexican, Spanish and Welsh ancestry. She is always growing and learning in order to practice from a feminist, body-positive, anti-oppressive, anti-racist, class-conscious approach that is trans, queer and gender non-conforming positive.

She is a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario (CMTO) and the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario (RMTAO).

Unique Facts

Steph’s passion is teaching people about pain/stress management, nervous system regulation, and consent. She loves to play as much as possible! When she’s not in the clinic, you can find her biking around the city, canoe camping, traveling, hiking, rock climbing, teaching or taking fitness classes, petting dogs, dancing with her friends, or exploring a new form of movement.

RMT, BSc (Hons)
Somatic Experiencing (qualifying)
Student at Gestalt Institute of Toronto

Persistent/chronic pain
Trauma/stress-related issues
Medical Acupuncture

Experience

Psychotherapy Student – Gestalt Institute of Toronto
Somatic Experiencing Practitioner (qualifying) – SE International
Neurofunctional (Medical) Acupuncture – McMaster University
Massage Therapy – Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy
Reconciling Biomechanics with Pain Science – Course by Dr. Greg Lehman
Science Communication Diploma – Laurentian University
Honours Bachelor of Science – University of Guelph