Colette Slone RMT

Colette Slone
Registered Massage Therapist

PLEASE NOTE: Clinic Temporarily Closed until 2021.

Clinic Temporarily Closed Until 2021

Clinic Temporarily Closed until 2021

Dear Clients,

For various personal reasons, I've decided to take a leave of absence from massaging until the end of year. I plan to resume operations some time in early 2021, and will be providing updates here with further details when I do. 

If you are seeking a Registered Massage Therapist in South Etobicoke, check out to search for providers in the area. Alternatively, you can e-mail me directly for more specific referrals depending on your unique needs and preferences. 

If you would like to become a new client when I return to practise, please send me an e-mail and I will happily add you to my list. :) 

Registered Massage Therapy in Etobicoke

Colette Slone is a Registered Massage Therapist based in the community of Alderwood in Etobicoke, Ontario. She offers treatments to help assist you in regaining control over your health and well-being. 

Registered Massage Therapy is a safe and effective option for recovery from a variety of acute and chronic conditions, including:

  • Injury recovery
  • Sleep disorders
  • Anxiety/depression
  • TMJ dysfunctions
  • Vocal Fatigue and Swallowing Disorders
  • Headaches/Migraines
  • Post-Concussion Syndrome
  • Chronic pain
  • Back pain
  • Muscle tension
  • Stress management

Massage Therapy has a number of benefits and encompasses a wide range of modalities. For more information about Massage Therapy, please visit The College of Massage Therapists of Ontario or talk to your doctor to see if Massage Therapy is right for you.

Are you ready to start feeling better? If so click HERE.

Colette Slone, RMT


Colette is a graduate of Sutherland-Chan School in Toronto and a member in good standing of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. She has been in practise since January 2016.

Colette focuses on relieving pain and discomfort by taking the time to assess your needs, goals and specific concerns. Her clinical focus is head/neck and jaw pain, with a special interest in the use of neuro-physiological techniques and a patient-driven approach to treatment. She believes in utilizing a range of modalities including:

  • Manual Lymphatic Drainage
  • Facial Cupping
  • Deep Tissue Massage
  • Myo-fascial release techniques
  • Remedial Exercise prescription
Her additional training includes the Dr. Vodder Manual Lymphatic Drainage method, myo-fascial release for neck, voice and swallowing disorders, TMJ dysfunctions, pre- and post-natal treatment and pelvic health issues. 

The foundation of her practise is based on three pillars: Patient Values; Communication; and Available Evidence. Your beliefs, history, view points and needs are all extremely important. Colette believes in taking the time to learn about you and invites you to provide her with as much information as you feel comfortable to give you the best possible massage treatment that's right for you. 

Communication, both verbal and non-verbal, are an essential component of health care and informed consent. In order to meet your needs and comfort level during treatment, Colette will ensure that communication pathways are clear and open. Should you have any specific concerns or communication preferences, those will be reviewed prior to treatment.

You can expect Colette to provide you with the most up-to-date information regarding best practises and evidence in massage therapy. She does her best to stay informed via research literature, continuing education and peer-led discussion.  In addition to keeping updated on manual therapy research, Colette incorporates a trauma-informed lens into her practise, and highly values in an inter-disciplinary approach to health-care.  


Colette provides treatment from her home-based clinic. Colette's clinic is a warm, welcoming and safe space. During your treatments, you are invited to select your music preference (or silence), and every effort is made to ensure you feel safe, secure and comfortable during your visit. Your well-being and comfort are her top priorities.

Unfortunately, the building is currently not wheelchair accessible. 

For directions, please visit my Location page

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