Acupuncture is an effective treatment for many acute and chronic conditions. Acupuncture is based on the view of Traditional Chinese Medicine that each body part is connected through the flow of QI (Life Energy) along its pathway of Meridian. The Acupuncturist stimulates Meridian points with very fine needles causing little or no pain. … read more.
Very few conditions do not benefit from a Shiatsu Treatment. As well as being a treatment for conditions and problems,Shiatsu can be a part of an important prevention and maintenance health care routine. … read more
Naturopathic medicine is medicine done differently – it’s a unique system of health care that blends traditional therapies with modern-day science. A large majority of therapies that Dr Wright utilizes in practice are evidence-based, with the remainder being founded on clinically sound results. Dr Wright’s approach to health concerns and goals is two-tiered, whereby it takes into account the individual patient and their physical, mental, emotional, social and financial needs, and is RESULTS-FOCUSED. The goal is to treat you as the unique and amazing individual you are and help you feel better quickly, while working on addressing the underlying causes of the illness or disease. … read more
Registered Massage Therapy
Massage therapy involves the assessment and manipulation of muscles, soft tissues, tendons, ligaments and joints to promote physical and emotional health. The therapeutic effect of massage therapy helps to optimize health and well-being; improving, developing and maintaining physical function and relieving or preventing physical dysfunction and pain. read more …
The phycotherapist works one-on-one with adult individuals using a variety of therapeutic modalities, including person-centered therapy, transpersonal therapy, mindfulness and cognitive behavioural therapy. Individuals, dealing with life issues such as: divorce/separation; relationship; career; anxiety; depression; grief/loss; fertility difficulties; health/physical wellbeing; body image or reliance on substances can be helped by phycotherapy
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Cupping in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) is a method of creating a vacuum on the skin to suction out toxins, stagnant blood and lymph so that Qi flow is improved. Cupping is used to treat respiratory diseases such as the common cold, pneumonia and bronchitis, injuries and digestive issues.
Chinese Herbal Medicine
Herbal medicine helps to nourish, support and strengthen Qi and vital fluids (including blood), as well as the internal organs to ensure overall wellbeing and good health.
Infertility can be a very challenging and emotional time for a couple trying to conceive. Kriss Grcic offers customized conception support for each family she works with. Whether you’re experiencing repeated miscarriage or have low egg quality, we’ll focus on both fertility and the overall constitutional health of each of you. … read more
The Birth Doula provides a positive difference for pregnant women and their families through education and support, before, during and after the birth of their newborn.
AcuBirthing: Acupuncture for Pregnancy, Labour & Postpartum
Regular acupuncture can help the pregnant woman and new mom handle the physical and emotional changes of pregnancy, result in an efficient labour and delivery and enjoy an easier postpartum recovery.
Acupuncture treatments focus on health, pain management and other skin conditions including acne.
Craniosacral Therapy (CST)
Craniosacral Therapy is a light-touch technique that is used to evaluate and improve the function of the Craniosacral system. This system consists of the soft tissues and fluid that surround the brain and spinal cord.
CST consists of gentle manipulations as the therapist tests for restrictions and listens to the quality of the Craniosacral rhythm. The focus is mainly around the head and spine but may be applied anywhere on the body. read more …
Visceral Manipulation (VM)
Visceral manipulation is the gentle practice of releasing fascial restrictions in your abdomen and pelvis encouraging the normal movement and function of your internal organs.
Strains in the connective tissue of the viscera (organs) can result from surgical scars, adhesions, illness, poor posture or injury such as pregnancy, C-sections, or any jarring accident. read more …