Acupuncture

Acupuncture is based in ancient traditional Chinese medicine, where ultra-fine sterile needles are inserted into the body at very precise points to treat health problems and promote healing.


Holistic Nutrition

The holistic approach addresses the entire person including diet, lifestyle, and emotional well-being. Respecting people as a whole and integrating the mind/body connection, is a primary focus for a holistic health professional. Because we are all biochemically unique, we respond differently to our environment and food, therefore requiring different dietary and lifestyle suggestions.


Lactation Counselling

A Certified Lactation Counselor (CLC) is trained to provide breastfeeding and lactation support for nursing parents (even those with unique health circumstances). CLC's offer assessment of a baby’s latch and feeding process, and may also provide corrective guidance and interventions when necessary.


Massage Therapy

The massage techniques are slower, the pressure is deeper, and specifically located on areas of tension and pain. The goal is to realign the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. It is extremely effective for relieving chronic conditions (such as stiff necks, sore shoulders, and low back tightness) by physically breaking down bands of rigid tissue (adhesions) to relieve pain, stiffness... Read More

The massage techniques are slower, the pressure is deeper, and specifically located on areas of tension and pain. The goal is to realign the deeper layers of muscle and connective tissue. It is extremely effective for relieving chronic conditions (such as stiff necks, sore shoulders, and low back tightness) by physically breaking down bands of rigid tissue (adhesions) to relieve pain, stiffness and restore movement.


Naturopathic Medicine

Unlike traditional medicine that seeks to ‘solve’ a problem with the body using medication, Naturopathy focuses on the body’s ability to heal itself through treatment of the whole person and the root cause of illness or pain (rather than just it’s symptoms). Holistic healing uses clinical nutrition and supplementation, lifestyle and dietary counseling, acupuncture, herbal medicine, homeopathy a... Read More

Unlike traditional medicine that seeks to ‘solve’ a problem with the body using medication, Naturopathy focuses on the body’s ability to heal itself through treatment of the whole person and the root cause of illness or pain (rather than just it’s symptoms). Holistic healing uses clinical nutrition and supplementation, lifestyle and dietary counseling, acupuncture, herbal medicine, homeopathy and traditional Chinese medicine to prevent future illness though an individualized wellness program designed with you rather than for you.


Osteopathy

The goal of osteopathy is to find the root cause of pain and movement limitation.
Osteopathic treatments are completely hands-on, using strong manipulations and joint movements that are combined with massage techniques to eliminate any restrictions around vital organs, muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia.


Psychology

Holistic psychologists adopt a whole person approach to health. The focus of therapy is on increasing our sense of personal empowerment and freedom. Cultivating self-awareness begins the process of self-acceptance, thus creating space for the transformation of limiting behaviours, thoughts, and beliefs.


STUDENT Massage Therapy

Relaxation and a few deeper tissue massage techniques are designed to increase circulation and flexibility while relieving muscle aches.



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