Luke Koleszar-Green, R.M.T.


Luke was born in Ripon, Quebec, and raised in rural Prince Edward Island, Having long since envisioned a path in health and musical arts, he set about melding and moulding these two unique proficiencies as a young child and teenager.

His journey into healing arts began early. Walking on his parents’ back regularly, he helped manage their aches and pains. As a teenager, he shared foot and shoulder massages with those near and dear. Experiencing his gift for healing touch, family and friends encouraged pursuing professional training for Massage Therapy. In 1995, Luke moved to Toronto and enrolled in Sutherland-Chan School for Massage Therapy. In 1997 he graduated and became registered as a Massage Therapist in the province of Ontario. In 1998 he began working at Rosedale Chiropractic and Physiotherapy Clinic, a busy multi-disciplinary treatment facility. Over the next 5 years, invaluable experience was gained helping many clients with repetitive strain injury, sports injuries, autoimmune disease, complex fractures and trauma healing, cancer, and paralyzation, among many other conditions. In this environment, he thoroughly enjoyed having the opportunity to see thousands of clients and collaborate with a plethora of health care professionals spanning many disciplines. He feels fortunate to still maintain a number of these connections today. In 2003 Luke entered private practice at the Broadview Medical Building, where he remains to this day.

Through his years of practice, Luke has kept his knowledge base current and diverse by attending a multitude of continuing education courses, seminars, and learning initiatives, as encouraged by the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario. Among other courses, Luke has studied Traditional Thai Massage, Craniosacral Therapy, Shiatsu, Therapeutic Touch, Passive Stretch Massage, Hot Stone Massage, and Tibetan Accupressure Massage.

After 20 years in the field, he continues to find the practice of Massage Therapy as rewarding and enjoyable as when he began.