Services and Therapies


Acupuncture is a unique therapeutic method involving the insertion of single use only, extremely thin steel acupuncture needles into acupoints along the meridians to prevent and treat a variety of ailments. Acupuncture is a safe and effective therapy for many ailments and is one of the oldest natural healing therapies, having been practiced for thousands of years since its development in China. Over the centuries, acupuncture has helped millions of people. The effectiveness of acupuncture has been recognized by the World Health Organization of the United Nations (WHO) with the identification of over 40 medical conditions that can be successfully treated with acupuncture.

No Needle - No Pain Acupuncture Therapy

Instead of needles, magnets and rubber discs can be connected to specialized acupuncture machines to stimulate the acupoints. This type of treatment is beneficial for small children and those persons uncomfortable with needles.

Auricular Medicine (Ear Acupuncture)

The theory behind ear (auricular) acupuncture views the ear as an inverted fetus. The internal organs and other parts of the body correspond to specific points of the ear. There are over 200 acupuncture points in the ear. The doctor can examine these points with a particular type of machine to diagnose the patient’s medical condition.
The treatment and prevention of ailments is gained through the stimulation of certain points on the ear with small needles or herbal seeds. Ear acupuncture has especially been proven effective in helping persons both to lose weight and to overcome addictions from smoking and drugs.

Cupping Therapy

Cupping Therapy is a procedure which creates suction on the skin by heating medical cups which are applied to the skin’s surface on acupoints. The function of cupping therapy is to open up qi (energy) blockages; let qi and blood flow freely; dispel cold and dampness; regulate the meridians; and diminish local swelling and pain.

Chinese Herbal Medicine

Along with Acupuncture, Herbal Medicine is a major pillar of Chinese Medicine with a history of over 4000 years. Herbs can be prepared in the form of detoxants, powders, pills, syrups, teas, oils and plasters. Herbal medicine is safe and effective without side-effects. It is also very important that a practitioner accurately diagnoses the patient’s condition with knowledge of Chinese medical theory.


Naturopathy, or the healing power of nature, is an umbrella medical system that covers a multitude of alternative healing approaches which are all based upon the body’s ability to heal itself.

Naturopathy appeals especially to those interested in preventative medicine and those wishing to avoid prescription drugs. Naturopathic physicians treat disease and restore health using therapies from the science of clinical nutrition, acupuncture, hydrotherapy, massage therapy, reflexology, Chinese herbal medicine, vitamin and mineral therapy, counseling and exercise therapy. Each patient receives a tailored approach based on the individual's specific needs


The term “Homeopathy” originates from the Greek words “homios” and “pathos”, meaning “similar sickness”.
The theory behind Homeopathy is that a small dose of one drug that produces certain symptoms in a healthy person can cure an ailing person experiencing the same symptoms through stimulating the body’s self-defense mechanism.

Medical Massage Therapy

The application of deep tissue work, hydrotherapy, joint mobilization and stretching/strengthening to regain functional abilities lost due to motor vehicle accidents, disc herniations, central and peripheral nervous disorders and other neuromuscular conditions.

Swedish Massage Therapy

As the standard in relaxation massage, Swedish Massage combines long, slow, soothing strokes, with kneading to draw waste products from the tissue, and with frictioning to release painful knots. Swedish Massage has a psychological and physiological effect on the body. It can be used for preventative therapy and for therapeutic care. It can reduce and manage pain from a variety of causes such as; headaches, trauma, arthritis etc..
Swedish Massage can relax muscles, reduce trigger points and decrease muscle spasms. It can also reduce emotional levels, stress and anxiety, allowing a sense of well being.

Trager-Like Body Work

A very gentle massage that conveys the feeling of what’s easier and freer to stiff minds. The strokes are wave-like, creating a rocking sensation that opens, lengthens and enlightens the mind and body

Interactive Reflexology

Touch for the feet that feels so good while providing a reflex effect on the entire body to balance all systems. It is great work when combined with Postural Awareness to help ground, shift and uplift a person, allowing everything to move as one.

Integrative Massage Therapy

The healing intention is to listen to the needs of the body and respond accordingly. Usually calling on a host of massage, body-mind and energy techniques, its focus is on healing the whole person – mind, body, emotions and spirit.

Acupressure Massage Therapy

Deeply nourishing and relaxing, acupressure works to balance Yin and Yang – complementary energies that heal when brought in to harmony. It is gentle yet firm and recommended for people with cancer, fibromyalgia and organ dysfunction. Choose from Acupressure Massage Therapy for relaxation, Acupressure for the relief of pain, Acupressure for disease conditions or meridian Acupressure Massage for vitality and boosting the immune system.


Chiropractic is the science which is concerned with the relationship between structure, primarily the spine, and function, primarily the nervous system, of the human body as that relationship may affect the restoration and preservation of health.
Chiropractic is the third largest health care discipline in Canada, after medicine and dentistry. However, of these three disciplines, chiropractic is the only one based upon natural healing methods. Chiropractic physicians do not prescribe drugs or perform surgery. Instead, they respect the inherent power of the human body to heal itself. The Doctor of Chiropractic endeavors to facilitate the body's restoration and preservation of health by helping to maintain a balanced, optimally functioning "neuromusculoskeletal system", naturally.

Intuitive Medical Assessment and Energy Healing (I.M.A.E.H.)

Intuition opens an inner eye, an inner ear, and an inner understanding to patterns of tension and illness in the body that is incredibly accurate and relevant. Intuition also works with the body's "Inner-Physician" or "Life-Force". Together the medical intuitive and the Inner Physician along with the client are able to grasp the needs and restore the health of the body. This work is particularly effective for cancer care but there is no condition that I.M.A.E.H. cannot help improve.

Athletic Therapy

Athletic Therapy involves the re-training of muscles and patterns of usage to achieve peek performance. Certain exercises may be given as well as instruction in the use of certain aids, such as the physiotherapy ball. Athletes and people from all walks of life can benefit from Athletic Therapy as part of their active phase of recovery from injury.

Nutritional Counseling

Food is medicine. The wrong food can cause weight problems, allergies, and various ailments of the digestive system. This counseling will take clients through the process of choosing the right foods, shopping for the right foods, preparing the right foods, and digesting the right foods (even chewing is an important digestive consideration).


Physiotherapy involves the assesment of soft tissue and skeletel damage and the successful remediation of this damage. It may involve manual massage, electrical stimulation, hydrotherapy as well as stretching, strengthtening and conditioning exercises.


Counseling is often the solution to resolving matters of disagreement through conflict resolution. Counseling will allow the client to speak their problems in a supportive, empathic environment and have those problems validated. Counseling will allow the client to find new perspective and new solutions to their problems that work for them.

Visceral Manipulation

Many people suffer from organ dysfunction making their lives miserable. They may be unable or unwilling to take drugs or recieve surgery for these ailing organs. Perhaps they have exhausted their medical options. Visceral Manipulation which involves palpation of the organs and directed energy techniques can relieve the organs or stress, increase blood circulation and promote healing of the organs from the inside out.

Traditional Chinese Medicine

For over 5000 years Traditional Chinese Medicine has seen man's health mirrored in nature. When we are in harmony with nature our health flourishes. When we resist nature our health fails. Traditional Chinese Medicine uses herbs, exercises, food as medicine, moxibustion and cupping as well as Tuina and Acupuncture to balance the forces of nature within us and to augment our energy and ability to heal. It is a complete system of medicine involving assessment, treatment and remediation. Most of all it teaches us to live in peace and harmony.