About Dr. Stephen Gray,

Dr. Stephen Gray is the owner and Chiropractor at Made To Move clinic located right on the Danforth in Toronto, Canada. A graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (Magna Cum Laude), Dr. Gray is also certified/trained in clinical and athletic taping, mental health first aid (CAMH), Smarttools (IASTM), Progressing Ballet Technique, Active Release Technique, Pilates Process Teacher Training Program, Athletic Movement Assessment (Lower Limb), Concussion Detection & Management (U of Calgary), Thompson Technique, Functional Range Conditioning, and McMaster University’s Medical Acupuncture Program. Dr. Gray has served as a guest panelist and lecturer for the Ontario Chiropractic Association, Dance Ontario, The Toronto Dance Teacher Expo, and on the MOVE for the DTRC. Dr. Gray has volunteered for organizations like APTUS Centre for Children with Disabilities, and served as the onset Chiropractor during the filming of The Next Step. Dr. Gray has also appeared in 17 segments on Global’s nationally syndicated The Morning Show and City TV’s Breakfast Television as a guest expert in health and fitness. Prior to his clinical journey, Dr. Gray performed for over 15 years as a member of CAEA, AEA, and ACTRA across North America (Stratford (2 Guthrie Awards), Charlottetown, Broadway tour, Degrassi, Save The Last Dance II, Canada’s Wonderland, and many regional theatres across Canada, for which he won a Broadway World Toronto Award for Male Lead in a Musical. He has taught for Toronto Metropolitan University, Sheridan College, Centennial College, George Brown College, Randolph College, University of Manitoba, Cornerstone University, Regional Arts Programs (Rosedale, Cawthra, ESA, Earl Haig, O’Neil, Unionville), DUBO Force (Mexico), as well as Taipei, Taiwan, the National Dance Institute (Albequerque) and Rochester School for the Arts. He has also choreographed for Sandals Resort Turks & Caicos, Neptune Theatre (Merritt Award for Choreography), Theatre Aquarius, Mirvish Theatre Camp, ESA’s Splash (Show Choir Canada Choreography Award). Stephen has adjudicated across Canada, as well as a music and dance festivals in Mexico and Taiwan. In 2010, he co-created Canada’s first agency for dance educators, Quick Ball Change Inc. Stephen has also written over 20 articles for four dance magazines including The Dance Current, and Dance Teacher Magazine Stephen holds a Honours Bachelor degree in Music Theatre Performance (Ron Holgerson Award for Dance) and has won several awards including a Garfield Weston Merit Scholarship, The Mayor’s Medal (Whitby), Peter F. Bronfman Memorial Award (DTRC), Robert J Cannon Award (DTRC), Alan Lund Memorial Scholarship (Drayton), Pauline Lainge Memorial Scholarship (DDSB), Judi Longfield Award (ACVI), Anne Deliceat Award (DTRC), Lozinski/Hancox Award (DTRC).


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