Craniosacral Therapy is a gentle form of bodywork that supports a regulated nervous system, addresses pain & constriction, and resources us for a fuller expression of health.
Please contact Nicola Usher RMT cell: 519-949-3822 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Massage Therapy is a manipulative therapy of the soft tissues of the body, engaging the nervous system and circulatory system to help free restrictions, decrease pain and increase range of motion.
Kiersten Lappano RMT is on maternity leave - please email her to be put on a waitlist for when she returns at email@example.com
“Naturopathic medicine is a distinct primary health care profession built on a patient-centred approach that emphasizes prevention, treatment, and optimal health through the use of therapeutic methods and substances that support the body’s natural ability to heal and help the patient achieve sustainable health and wellness. Naturopathic medicine focuses on an understanding of the origins of acute and chronic disease and working to support and assist the body’s natural ability to heal, getting to the root cause of what’s wrong. Naturopathic assessment, diagnosis and treatment of the individual patient are accomplished by integrating modern and traditional care which includes clinical and laboratory diagnostic techniques.”
— Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors
Please contact Dr. Danielle DeBlock, ND cell: 519-703-1827
Naturopathic Doctor and Birth Doula
Somatic Experiencing is a therapeutic process used to engage the natural responses of the nervous system to release stress and trauma.
Peter Levine developed this technique over the past 40 years to help remove the barriers of trauma so that we can reconnect to our authentic and present selves.
Somatic Experiencing can be used to heal from trauma as well as to increase our connection to our body and inner wisdom.
Resources for exploration:
Youtube videos by Irene Lyon or Dr. Stephen Porges on the Polyvagal Theory and approach to trauma and stress work.
Please contact Anne-Marie or Nicola with any questions to explore whether SE may be helpful:
* Anne-Marie Lappano SEP cell: 519-272-5014
* Nicola Usher SEP cell: 519-949-3822 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Mindful Self-Compassion is a program designed by Kristin Neff PhD and
Chris Germer PhD as a way to cultivate skills in developing emotional resilience. Mindfulness teaches us the skills to notice and be present to the difficulties we experience in life, and self-compassion increases our capacity to respond to our own emotional needs as well as to be more fully present to others in their difficulties. (Next 9-week program begins March 2020)
Resources for exploration:
Please contact Nicola Usher cell: 519-949-3822 or email@example.com