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Jennifer Lloyd, Registered Massage Therapist /Owner

My career in massage therapy began in 2004 after graduating with honours from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy. Coming from a mixed background in photography and administrative work, I knew I had found my passion in massage therapy. Listening to my client’s health concerns and helping them realize their wellness goals was something that came very naturally to me.

Since becoming an RMT, I have worked in numerous clinics with chiropractors and naturopaths and backstage with musicians, dancers and wrestlers. In 2011, I opened RMT Studio to create an atmosphere and design a space that matches my passion for helping people feel better.

Over the last couple of years, I have been blessed to see the studio grow and have a team of talented and passionate therapists work alongside me to help clients achieve the best health and wellness. I love my community and am excited for many more years ahead.


HOURS AVAILABLE - MONDAY 1-6:30 | WEDNESDAY 10:00 - 5:30 | THURSDAY 8:30 - 1:30

AYMEN EZZINE, Registered Acupuncturist | Registered Massage Therapist

Aymen has always found the human body and soul combination to be fascinating, which led him to understand it from the Eastern and Western points of view.

During his own personal journey of healing and achieving a balanced lifestyle, he discovered a variety of self-help tools that helped him and, in turn, can assist you with your spiritual and physical journey and help you achieve balance in your lifestyle where in today’s society can be difficult to do it on your own. As a Massage Therapist, he has learned to utilize his hands to help locate the imbalance and ultimately make his clients feel better. While practicing as a Massage Therapist, he decided to expand his learning in the world of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM).

In 2011, he travelled from Tunisia to Toronto to attend the Shiatsu School of Canada, where he completed his certification for TCM Acupuncture. The philosophy of TCM has become a staple in his personal life. He became more aware of how the body functions, the source of health issues, and emotions. The impact of our eating habits, environment, and activities have on our health and bodies.

Today, he can do what he loves – help people suffering from chronic pain and guide them toward solutions and overall improved well-being. By understanding the root cause of the imbalance and using a variety of modalities such as deep tissue massage, myofascial release, trigger point release, Acupressure, Cupping, Acupuncture, Gua-Sha (Graston), Auricular acupuncture, Moxibustion and Tuina, he helps his clients cope with their daily activities with ease.


Alyssa Jelecanin, Registered Massage Therapist

Alyssa is a Registered Massage Therapist in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and has been practicing in Toronto since graduating from Sutherland Chan School of Massage Therapy in 2019. Alyssa grounds her therapy on her belief that a safe and effective treatment requires a comprehensive understanding of each client’s specific wellness goals. To implement this belief, Alyssa uses a bio-psycho-social framework that fosters a deep understanding of each individual’s unique needs. 


Alyssa always strives to expand her knowledge of the human body and learn and employ new and diverse techniques and modalities. She works to engage with the nervous and musculoskeletal systems using tools such as Swedish Massage, Myo-Fascial Release, Lymphatic Drainage, Neuromuscular techniques and Diaphragmatic Breathing. Alyssa believes that a client’s comfort is essential to calming the nervous system, which allows for the relaxation of both mind and body towards holistic wellness. 


Personally, Alyssa works to practice mindfulness and body awareness, which she also works to foster collaboratively with each of her clients. She values self-care practices and considers each client’s goals and preferences when recommending self-care, often turning to hydrotherapy, gentle stretching, and functional strengthening as self-affirming wellness tools. Alyssa has worked with various conditions and impairments and has a clinical interest in mental health, persistent pain, and lymphatic drainage.  


Kelsey Kleovoulos, Registered Massage Therapist

As a massage therapist and yoga teacher with an undergrad in Kinesiology, my approach to healing involves weaving practices.  I combine guided breath cues with slow, fluid massage strokes to ease the nervous system while integrating kinesiology principles, such as fascial stretch therapy and active release techniques, to address postural imbalances and holding patterns.   Informed by a holistic approach to healing, I care about your whole self and aim to provide treatments that meet physical, mental, and emotional needs.


Lara Williston, Registered Massage Therapist | Fascial Stretch Therapist

Lara’s treatments can range from deeply relaxing to focused and therapeutic, incorporating traditional Swedish, myofascial work, and fascial stretch therapy. She uses light to medium massage pressure with stretching and joint mobilizations to affect deeper structures. Lara graduated from the Sutherland Chan Massage Therapy School and has a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences and Neuroscience from the University of Guelph. She is currently working on her MA in counselling psychology. When she’s not in the clinic, you can find Lara riding her bike around Toronto or curled up with her cat, Frank, watching the latest Marvel film. 


Special Interests
- Persistent pain
- Trauma-informed practice
- Pre & Post Partum
- Desk workers
- Gym goers and weekend warriors


- Fascial Stretch Specialist - Level 3
- Functional Range Conditioning
- Evidence-Based Interventions for Low Back and Pelvic Pain
- Concussion Management for RMTs
- Personal training


Emily Bonduro, Registered Massage Therapist

After graduating from Sutherland Chan in 2018, Emily has built her practice focusing on open communication and creating a welcoming, safe space. Emily adapts massage therapy techniques based on her client’s needs and preferences. Her goal is to determine the best approach to assist you with your wellness journey: relaxation, stress management, and/or therapeutic treatments. Using light to deep tissue pressure depending on your needs, Emily can utilize a variety of techniques: general Swedish and relaxation, dynamic release, myofascial release, scar work or specific compressions while giving thought to what each client does in their daily life (working on a computer, on their feet, bending, lifting, etc.) and considers how that prolonged posture or repetitive movements can affect their respective muscle groups. She is here to work with you.

After hours, you can find Emily walking her dog, Willow, experimenting with new recipes, entertaining friends, or nurturing her plant babies. 

Clinical Interests 
-pain and discomfort due to postural issues and desk work 
-prenatal and postpartum
-tension headaches 
-muscle soreness post workout/training 
-persistent pain and emotional stress 



Jessica da Silva, Registered Massage Therapist

Jessica graduated from The Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2019, subsequently earning registration with the CMTO and becoming a Registered Massage the same year. Having witnessed massage therapy's transformative benefits, Jessica developed a passion for the field. Her treatments include a variety of techniques such as Swedish massage, Aromatherapy, Deep Tissue, and Trigger Point Therapy.

Jessica collaborates with each client individually in her practice, tailoring treatments to their unique needs and preferences. Beyond the massage table, she actively engages clients in fostering ergonomic practices for their day-to-day lives. With a focus on enhancing circulation and reducing sympathetic nervous system activity, Jessica's treatments promote physical well-being, digestion, and relaxation.



Charlotte Drimmie, Registered Massage Therapist

My passion for massage therapy comes from a long-held interest in holistic approaches to well-being and the mind/body connection.


My approach to massage aims to calm the nervous system, ease sore muscles, relieve tension and restore a sense of balance. I believe in fostering an inclusive, non-judgmental healthcare setting. I approach each treatment knowing everyone’s bodies and needs are different and, therefore, require a personalized treatment plan. In addition to any specific focus areas, I’m a big advocate for the benefits of general relaxation massage and its positive impacts on stress, anxiety, and sleep. My goal is for my clients to leave their massage feeling grounded, restored and more connected to themselves.


I graduated from Sutherland Chan Massage Therapy School in 2022 and previously completed a diploma in Interior Decorating. I am in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.

Outside of massage, you can find me working on sewing projects, walking in High Park, gardening and redecorating my apartment.



Alycia Ho, Registered Massage Therapist

Originally born in Malaysia, Alycia moved to Canada to complete her post-secondary education. After living in cold Edmonton, Alberta, for 13 years, she calls Toronto home now. Her passion for wellness and mind-body connection led her to pursue a career in massage therapy.  She graduated from Vicars School of Massage Therapy and is standing well with the College of Massage Therapy of Ontario. 


Alycia tailors each treatment based on her client's concerns and goals. Her treatment style is fluid and thorough, using techniques such as traditional Swedish massage, fascial release, trigger point and diaphragmatic breathing, and light to firm pressure. Whether you have a musculoskeletal concern, are training for a fitness goal, or need a break from the stressors in life, she is here to help! 


Outside the treatment room, you will find her exploring a new trail with her dog, trying a new restaurant or curling up on the couch with a good movie and snacks. She is also a certified yoga and meditation instructor. Her yoga practice keeps her grounded and mentally fit so she can show up with a calm and centered mindset.



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