About | Excelsior Integrative



Excelsior Integrative
by Chantal Milot RMT

New Name Same Great Service

Welcome to Excelsior Integrative Massage Therapy and Wellness! Our name is inspired by the word “excelsior,” which means “higher and higher” or “ever better.” This perfectly encapsulates our company motto and philosophy. We are dedicated to continuously improving ourselves and providing exceptional care to our clients.

At Excelsior Integrative, our team of highly skilled therapists shares a common goal: to stay at the forefront of our field by continuously updating our knowledge and mastering the latest techniques. We believe that staying current with the most relevant and applicable industry practices enables us to better serve you, our valued clients.

But we don’t stop there. Unlike traditional wellness clinics, we go above and beyond by constantly integrating new therapies and modalities into our practice. Our holistic approach ensures that we provide comprehensive care from head to toe. Whether you need relief from muscle tension, stress reduction, or a boost to your overall well-being, we have you covered.

Excelsior Integrative is driven by our passion to bring the best care possible to everyone. We have big aspirations and are excited about expanding our reach internationally. Our goal is to continue providing outstanding service to the masses while maintaining a friendly and inviting atmosphere. When you step into our clinic, you’ll experience a clean, comfortable, and laid-back environment that promotes relaxation and healing.

We are dedicated to creating a warm and welcoming space where you can leave your worries at the door and focus on your well-being. Our team is committed to making your experience with us exceptional, from the moment you book your appointment to the time you leave feeling rejuvenated and revitalized.

Thank you for considering Excelsior Integrative Massage Therapy and Wellness. We look forward to being a part of your wellness journey and helping you achieve new heights of health and vitality.

Chantal Milot RMT is a Registered Massage therapist and founder of Excelsior Integrative Massage Therapy and Wellness, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada

“Excelsior, higher and higher, but only step by step”
Daniel. D. Palmer

Our Team

Our team of highly qualified therapists at Excelsior Integrative Massage Therapy and Wellness is dedicated to providing you with the highest level of care. Each therapist brings a unique set of qualifications and expertise to our practice. With years of experience and a commitment to ongoing education, our therapists stay up-to-date with the latest techniques and industry advancements. You can trust that when you choose one of our therapists, you are in capable and caring hands. Your well-being and satisfaction are our top priorities, and we look forward to serving you with the utmost professionalism and skill.

Chantal Milot RMT
Chantal Milot RMTRegistered Massage Therapist/ Medical Acupuncture Provider/clinic Owner
Chantal became a registered massage therapist having graduated with Honours from the ICT Kikkawa College of Massage Therapy in 2007, and is a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.
Brandon Lee, B.Sc, RMT
Brandon Lee, B.Sc, RMTRegistered Massage Therapist
Brandon Lee graduated with Honours from Centennial College with a diploma of Massage Therapy after finishing a Bachelor of Science at Queen’s University.
Benn Knight B.A Sc.(Hons.), RMT
Benn Knight B.A Sc.(Hons.), RMTRegistered Massage Therapist
A life-long learner, I am here to help you to become as healthy as you can be!
David Garces RMT
David Garces RMTRegistered Massage Therapist
David Garces graduated from Royal Canadian College of Massage Therapy and is a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapy of Ontari
Jennifer Long RMT
Jennifer Long RMTRegistered Massage Therapist
Jenny graduated with honours from Kikkawa College of Massage Therapy in 2021 and is a member in good standing with the CMTO.
Stacey Connell ,CAT(C), RMT
Stacey Connell ,CAT(C), RMTAthletic Therapist/Registered Massage Therapist
Stacey graduated with High Honors from Sheridan College in 2017, earning a Bachelor of Applied Health Sciences in Athletic Therapy, and became a Certified Athletic Therapist. In 2024 she also completed her Diploma of Massage Therapy from the Ontario College of Health and Technology and is a member in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.
Victoria Genoch BA, BScPA, RMT
Victoria Genoch BA, BScPA, RMTRegistered Massage Therapist
Victoria  graduated in 2008 from the massage therapy program at D’arcy Lane, in London Ontario,  and has now been practicing as an RMT for 8 years, specializing in trauma and auto collision rehabilitation therapy.  In 2017, she also completed her degree requirements at the University of Toronto to become a Physician Assistant specializing in non-surgical aesthetic medicine, after completing a BA in Psyhology from the University of Western Ontario in 2014
Ceb'sile Ndlandgamandla, BA.Kin., D.O.M.P
Ceb'sile Ndlandgamandla, BA.Kin., D.O.M.POsteopathic Manual Practitioner
Ceb’sile’s passion for health combined with her fascination for the human body and her desire to help people, is what initially lead her to Osteopathy.
Melina Bisogni, B.A (Spec. Hons), DOMP, R.Kin, CAT(C).
Melina Bisogni, B.A (Spec. Hons), DOMP, R.Kin, CAT(C).Osteopathic Manual Practitioner/Athletic Therapist
Melina earned a Specialized Honours degree in Kinesiology and Health Sciences along with Athletic Therapy at York University.
Sonny (The Goodest Boy) Milot
Sonny (The Goodest Boy) Milot Clinic mascot/professional couch warmer/professional ball playe
By far the most part-time member of our team. Shows-up maybe 20 minutes a month.. if we’re lucky, but leaves a lasting impression whenever he does! His duties mostly include making everyone smile and walking Chantal home, thus making sure she hits 15,000 steps per day!

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