Dr. Stephen Gray is the owner and chiropractor at Made To Move clinics in downtown Toronto. A graduate of the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College and McMaster University’s Medical Acupuncture program, Stephen also has additional training in SmartTools, Pilates (teacher training), Athletic Movement Assessment, Functional Range Conditioning, Progressing Ballet Technique and a Bachelor of Music Theatre Performance. Before transitioning into being a chiropractor, Stephen worked internationally in the performing arts. Stephen has held past faculty positions at Ryerson, George Brown, Sheridan, Etobicoke School for the Arts, and has guest taught for Randolph College, U of W, Cornerstone University, Cawthra Park, Earl Haig, and internationally in Taiwan, Australia, Ireland, Mexico and the United States. Stephen performed across Canada and the U.S. at the Stratford Festival, the Charlottetown Festival, a Broadway tour, in the film Save The Last Dance II, on the hit TV series Degrassi, and many regional theatres. Stephen is also an avid writer and has published in Dance Canada Quarterly, Industry Dance Magazine, and The Dance Current. Stephen also choreographed professionally across Canada and for Sandals Resort Turks and Caicos, winning a Robert Merritt Award for Best Choreography from Theatre Nova Scotia and Top Choreography from Show Choir Canada. Stephen also co-owns Canada’s premiere agency for dance educators, Quick Ball Change Inc, and he can also be seen as the monthly guest expert in health and fitness for Global TV’s nationally syndicated “The Morning Show”. Follow him @madetomove.ca or check out www.madetomove.ca for more information.