NKT Toronto: Revive Your Competitive Edge: Get Back in the Game with Neurokinetic Therapy

A Game-Changing Solution for Competitive Active Individuals

Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT) with purpose in Toronto’s Yorkville Neighbourhood 

Because optimizing your body’s wellness does not happen by chance..it happens by experiencing a tailored treatment with an expert Toronto Registered Massage Therapist (RMT).

Is Neurokinetic Therapy (NKT) with the Holistic Move right for you?

Are your workouts hindered by pain and stress?

Does a lack of sleep and stress derail your training plan, leaving you overwhelmed?

Do you struggle to train due to joint discomfort and inadequate strength?

Have you identified muscle imbalances in your body but don’t know how to correct them?

Are you stuck in a training plateau and not finding help from social media fitness pages?

Have you tried massage therapy or other healthcare practitioners but received little long-term relief for your issues?

Are you seeking a new treatment approach beyond a typical spa rub?

Do you require a proven systematic approach used by high-level athletes worldwide?

The quality of your health rests in your hands.
Let’s begin a plan today to improve yours.

5 Benefits of getting NKT Therapy 

Master your body and become more in control of your life.

Significantly reduce your risk of overuse injury.

Finesse your movement and leave behind bad muscular compensation patterns.

Raise your performance potential.

Shorten your recovery time.

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The Holistic Move is a cheat code to return stronger to your sport

Hey, I’m Tim Wong

I’m a Registered Massage Therapist, Movement Coach, and Personal Trainer. 
I’ve been treating and resolving the injuries, aches and pains of Toronto’s athletic community for the last 10 years.
I’ve helped hundreds of Torontonians aim towards life-time personal bests, dominate at their sport, without sacrificing their long term health and wellness.
But it wasn’t always like that… 
I’ve been through my share of injuries and went to many therapists experiencing relief but without receiving any longer lasting solutions. 
I went through it all:
The trying everything I could find on the internet and social media
The costly and time-wasting treatments
The lack of results and loss of hope
I wanted to throw in the towel and stop my goals of competing at a high level in Weightlifting and Soccer

Maybe you can relate?

Let me help you fast track your road to recovery.
I use some of the best Massage Therapy techniques that I've learned over my life

Providing you solutions to…

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The Process is use when treating People in Toronto with NKT

The Holistic Move NKT Therapy provides:
Integrative approach to identifying the root problem, effective correctional strategies, and producing long-lasting results.
Book an appointment, experience the best treatment, and leave feeling like a better version of yourself.

Here’s how it works:

Stage 1:
Find the Real Cause of your issue

I’ll take you through a comprehensive bio-mechanical and identify the source of your problem. Then I’ll explain the steps that’s needed to get you back on track towards reaching your fitness goals and doing the things you enjoy. 

Stage 2:
Resolve your problem

I’ll develop a tailored strategic plan designed specifically to you and your goals. This plan will allow you to become more physically resilient, pain-free, and quickly get back to your favourite activity effectively and efficiently. 

Stage 3:
Achieve Peak Performance

Once your issues are resolved and you are moving efficiently without any pain or discomfort, I will implement exercise and therapeutic strategies to help solidify our results and to avoid future relapses of your issue. Consider this our method of “bulletproofing” your body against future wear and tear in your sport and daily life. 

4 Types of Problems that the Holistic Move NKT Toronto addresses

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Reduce muscle and joint pain

Competitive athletes may continue to experience persistent pain and discomfort that prevents them from achieving their performance goals.

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Reduce risk of athletic injury

Injuries that are not properly addressed and treated can put athletes at greater risk for future re-injury.

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Addressing muscle imbalances

Over time, repetitive movements and the aging process can lead to muscle imbalances that may negatively impact athletic performance.. An RMT Neurokinetic Therapy treatment at the Holistic Move can help reduce muscle imbalances and raise your game.

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Break Performance Plateaus

Competitive athletes may struggle to break through performance plateaus and achieve new personal bests. Neurokinetic therapy at The Holistic Move can help identify and address the underlying issues that may be holding athletes back.

The quality of your health rests in your hands.
Let’s begin a plan today to improve yours.

4 Types of Neurokinetic Therapy Treatments that we utilize at the Holistic Move

Manual Muscle Testing

Manual muscle testing is a type of neurokinetic therapy technique that involves the skilled manual assessment of muscle strength and function. The therapist uses hands-on techniques to assess the strength and motor control of specific muscles, identifying any imbalances or weaknesses that may be contributing to pain or dysfunction in the body.

Manual muscle testing can be used to diagnose a wide range of musculoskeletal issues, including joint pain, stiffness, and restricted movement. It is also commonly used to identify muscle imbalances that may be contributing to pain or dysfunction.

During a manual muscle testing session, the therapist will assess the individual’s muscle strength and function using a series of specialized tests. They will then use this information to develop a customized treatment plan designed to address any imbalances or weaknesses identified during the assessment.

Manual muscle testing is often used in conjunction with other neurokinetic therapy techniques such as muscle release and therapeutic exercise to address specific musculoskeletal issues and improve overall physical function. It is a key component of many neurokinetic therapy treatment plans and can be effective in improving overall physical health and wellbeing.

Overall, manual muscle testing is a valuable tool in the neurokinetic therapist’s toolbox, allowing them to identify and address specific muscle imbalances that may be contributing to pain or dysfunction in the body. By using this technique in conjunction with other neurokinetic therapy techniques, therapists can develop comprehensive treatment plans that are customized to each individual’s specific needs and designed to promote optimal physical function and wellbeing.

Muscle Release

This technique involves applying manual therapy to specific trigger points or knots in the muscles to release tight tension and alleviate pain. The therapist locates the areas of muscle tension and applies pressure with their hands or a specialized tool, gradually increasing the pressure until the muscle releases and the tension is reduced.

Muscle release techniques can help to improve range of motion, flexibility, and muscle function. By releasing muscle tension, muscle release can help to relieve pain, improve posture, and reduce the risk of injury. Additionally, muscle release can also help to identify and address underlying muscle imbalances that may be contributing to pain or dysfunction in the body.

Some of the most common types of muscle release techniques used in neurokinetic therapy include trigger point release, myofascial release, and positional release. These techniques are often used in combination with other neurokinetic therapy treatments to address a wide range of musculoskeletal issues and improve overall physical function.

Fascial Release

Fascial release is a type of neurokinetic therapy technique that involves applying manual pressure to the fascia, a connective tissue that surrounds and supports muscles, bones, and organs. The therapist uses hands-on techniques to release restrictions and adhesions in the fascia, which can improve overall physical function, relieve pain and discomfort, and promote healing.

Fascial release techniques aim to improve the elasticity, flexibility, and hydration of the fascia, which can help to improve movement and reduce the risk of injury. These techniques may involve applying pressure with the fingers, hands, or specialized tools, or using stretching and movement techniques to release tension in the fascia.

Fascial release can be used to address a wide range of musculoskeletal issues, including chronic pain, stiffness, and restricted movement. By releasing tension in the fascia, this technique can improve circulation, promote healing, and enhance athletic performance.

Some common types of fascial release techniques used in neurokinetic therapy include myofascial release, foam rolling, and instrument-assisted soft tissue mobilization (IASTM). These techniques are often used in conjunction with other neurokinetic therapy treatments to address specific musculoskeletal issues and improve overall physical function.

Joint Mobilization

Joint mobilization is a type of neurokinetic therapy technique that involves the skilled manual manipulation of joints to restore proper movement and alignment. The therapist uses hands-on techniques to apply gentle, passive movements to the joint, gradually increasing the range of motion until normal joint function is restored.

Joint mobilization can help to alleviate pain, reduce inflammation, and improve overall physical function. It is commonly used to address musculoskeletal issues such as joint pain, stiffness, and restricted movement. Joint mobilization can also be effective for individuals recovering from injuries or surgeries, as it can help to improve joint function and promote healing.

During a joint mobilization session, the therapist will assess the joint’s movement and identify any restrictions or limitations. They will then use specific manual techniques to restore normal joint function and alleviate pain or discomfort. Joint mobilization is typically performed as part of a comprehensive neurokinetic therapy treatment plan, which may include other manual techniques, exercises, and stretching.

The quality of your health rests in your hands.
Let’s begin a plan today to improve yours.

Results you deserve

Treatments at the Holistic Move are Covered by All insurance companies.

You have nothing to lose. Just make an appointment and lets get you back to your best

What’s holding you back from finally dealing with your discomfort ? Book today or risk missing out on achieving your goals.

Frequently Asked Questions

As an RMT, I will continue to offer high-quality therapeutic massage therapy treatments. In addition, with my additional education and training in functional neurology, I can offer patients an integrative approach that often has many longer-lasting benefits. Using a functional neurology-based therapy like P-DTR, we identify the movements that cause your symptoms, perform a specific treatment, retest the same movement after treatment, then provide you with the appropriate exercises for “homework” to solidify our results. Rest assured, I am also Certified and Licensed by the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.

I often hear from my patients that they have tried nearly everything to resolve their issues or meet their fitness goals. Since every case is unique, this is why I have an initial assessment appointment for first timer visitors. It allows me to understand the problem better, ask the proper questions, and recommend the best treatment for your needs.

NeuroKinetic Therapy involves activating the motor-control center of the brain to address imbalances of neurologic origin, which are the root cause of most musculoskeletal pain. These imbalances manifest as some muscles being over-stimulated while others are under-stimulated.

The benefits of Neurokinetic Therapy include identifying and correcting imbalances that can cause pain, improving movement patterns, increasing flexibility, and enhancing overall physical performance.

The underlying principle of NKT is that when certain muscles in the body weaken, other muscles may compensate for them. In the aftermath of an injury, muscle tissue may weaken, causing other muscles to work harder than they should to compensate for this imbalance.

NKT and P-DTR are two advanced treatments that focus on locating the root cause and correcting the functional imbalances within the body. Using precise manual muscle tests, an experienced therapist can quickly find the root of many dysfunctions that is causing your pain or discomfort and treating it. For more information, check out services.

I work with people from all walks of life! From the weekend warrior to the seasoned athlete, I will always find the most effective way for everyone to find success in meeting their goals.

NKT (NeuroKinetic Therapy) helps with resolving muscle compensations by identifying and correcting dysfunctional movement patterns in the body that are often caused by imbalances in the neuromuscular system. By reprogramming the brain to activate the correct muscles and movement patterns, NKT can alleviate pain and restore proper muscle function.

No! These full body stretches are performed above the minimum requirement for improvement and just below the level of discomfort.

I accept Cash, Debit, Credit (Visa, Mastercard, American Express), and e-transfer.
By request, direct billing is also available for those with extended health benefits.
In all cases except personal training services, an RMT receipt will be issued after each visit.

No, my clinic practice is geared more towards therapeutic care rather than a spa so a tip is not required. Referring me to your friends and family is the most appreciated form of a tip. If your experience is spectacular, consider giving me a great review!

Yes. If you have remaining coverage for Registered Massage Therapy, you will be issued a RMT receipt upon payment that you can submit to your insurance company for reimbursement. In some cases, a Doctor’s note may be required – Contact your insurance company for details. We are not direct billing for Massage Therapy at the moment.

Unfortunately, no. My schedule is frequently booked up weeks in advance. I recommend booking an appointment ahead of time using my online booking system.

No, Unfortunately our Yorkville Massage Clinic is not equipped for Couples Massage, We do best with patients interested in improving their performance athletically

There are many reasons to choose Neurokinetic Therapy® massage at the Holistic Move in Toronto. Tim is a highly skilled and experienced RMT who focuses on treating athletes and active people. Whether you are a runner, a soccer player or a power-lifter, Tim has techniques and protocols to help you perform at your peak. Whether you’re looking for a Swedish massage or a deep tissue massage, or if your goal is to get ready for the next Toronto Marathon or Triathlon, Tim can help you reach your personal best.

I have experience in several different types of Massage Techniques including deep tissue massage, sports massage, trigger point therapy, Fascial stretching, Neurokinetic therapy and corrective exercise

NeuroKinetic Therapy® (NKT) may be effective for relieving back pain, particularly when the pain is caused by muscular imbalances or compensation patterns. NKT can help identify and correct these imbalances by addressing the root cause of the pain. In my practice I have helped hundred of people relieve their back pain quickly.

The Holistic Move | Tim Wong | Toronto Massage Therapy, Personal Training & Alternative Medicine is located at 80 Bloor St. W. Suite 200, Toronto, Ontario, M5S2V1. 

We are open Tuesday: 12:00 – 20:00, Wednesday: 15:00 – 20:00, Thursday: 12:00 – 20:00.

For additional questions, you can call us at (647) 955-6336.

Driving Directions to The Holistic Move Massage Therapy


From Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) head west and keep right at the Y junction, follow signs for ON-409/ON-401/ON-427. Now follow ON-409 E, ON-401 E and Allen Rd to York, Toronto and turn left toward Allen Rd N. Then continue onto Allen Rd N and merge with Eglinton Ave W. Next, turn right onto Menin Rd and turn left onto Dewbourne Ave. After that, turn right at the 1st cross street onto Glen Cedar Rd and turn left onto Ava Rd. Now turn right onto Bathurst St and turn left onto Davenport Rd. Then turn right onto Spadina Rd. Finally, turn left onto Bloor St W and The Holistic Move | Tim Wong | Toronto Massage Therapy will be on the left.