Treatment of Disorders including:
Accept insurances, CSST, SAAQ, Blue Cross
Naturopathy and Counscelling
(438) 345-8916with appointment
(514) 692-1388with appoitment
Sylvie graduated from Guijek (2004-2006) with a certificate in Swedish therapeutic massage as well as reflexology, pre-natal and post-natal massage and chair massage. She has studied with Andrea Axt cranio-sacral technique completing level 1-6 (2006-2008), with Alex Lewis fascia therapy level 1 at Kine Concept (2008), Yoga Thai massage level 1 at Lotus Palm (2009) and Deep Tissue level 1 with Daniel Poirier (2015). Sylvie is a member of F.Q.M. since 2004.
Practicing yoga for over 15 years in 2012 Sylvie completed her Teacher Training Course in Hatha and Vinyasa Yoga with Sylvie Tremblay of Yoga Sangha. She is certified in Adapted Yoga with Carole Morency of Yoga Tout (2012), Yin Yoga with Melanie Richards of Happy Tree Yoga (2014), Restorative Yoga with Hervé Blondon of Satyam Yoga (2015). Registered for a TTC with Hart Lazer in September 2016 until June 2017. Sylvie is a member of the International Federation of Yoga.
Massage or Yoga sessions with Sylvie are personalized and tailored according to the individual`s need. She is a firm believer in the capacity of self-healing and her utmost desire is to bring awareness and insight in seeking wellness and wellbeing with a holistic approach...Namaste.
(514) 264-2045With appointment
EFT and Hypnoses
Acupuncture, Massage, Chinese herbal medicine. Hours by appointment-Days Evenings and Weekends.
Treatments of disorders including: Low back, neck, foot and Knee pain, headaches, Sport Injuries, Gynecological and digestive problems.
It as been said that 90% of ones healing progress is based on lifestyle and dietary changes. I work closely with my clients to achieve these goals. The reduction of physical and emotional stress is the utmost importance. I invite my clients to discuss any concern or worries that may be adversely affecting their health and well being.
Call for a free consultation.
(514) 983-7609with appointment
Hydrotherapy also called colonic irrigation is a natural method for cleansing and hydrating the large intestine (colon, bowel) using highly filtered water.
Additives and water temperatures increase results.
Dietary recommendations are suggested based on a comprehensive consultation prior to treatment and colonic determinations.
Indications for colonic irrigation:
→prevention →colitis, IBS
→abdominal gas, bloating →headaches, fatigue, insomnia
→PMS, menstrual cramps →dermatological issues
→reflux, bad breath, body odor →back pain, sciatic pain
→edema, weight issues →dieting, detox, fast
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(514) 402-5553by appointment
Theurapeutic Massage, Reflexology, Reiki Master
Whether it be for relaxation, prevention or for your specific therapeutic needs, Massage Therapy can provide a source of relief and a greater sense of well being. If your energy is depleted or you are feeling out of balance, ancient modalities and deep relaxation may offer an alternative approach to dealing with life's stress and fatigue.
Certified in Cayce-Reilly massage technique, Jo-Anne incorporates AIS (assisted isolated stretching) and Trigger-Point Therapy into the therapeutic massage sessions. She is a certified Foot and Hand Reflexologist and as a Reiki Master, she integrates the mind-body-spirit approach into these sessions.
Past President and Chair of the Board of Directors at Natural Health Consultant Institute (NHC) Jo-Anne is a member in good standing with Association des Naturopathes Professionnels du Québec (ANPQ), Regroupement des Massothérapeutes du Québec (RMQ) and the Reflexology Association of Canada (RAC).
Chinese NAturopathy and Tuina
(514) 713-8099with Appointment
Chinese Naturopathy and Tuina
My name is Lucinda Lamontagne and my background is in science and in education. I have been a practicing member of Le Syndicat Professionnel des Homéopathes du Québec.
(SPHQ) since 1990. This is the Only recognized and policed body of homeopaths in Quebec.
Homeopathy is a complete healing science that addresses both acute (short term) and chronic (long term) disorders.
Homeopathy treats emotional, physical and psychological disorders. Homeopathic remedies are non toxic as they come from natural sources of plants, animals and minerals.
Homeopathy is no a "New Age" therapy as some people would think, but in fact it has existed for over 200 years. A German physician by the name of Samuel Hahnemann discovered homeopathy in the 1800s.
Homeopathy is a method of treating the whole person rather than a particular symptom and therefore it addresses the origin of the sickness. A typical consultation lasts approximately 1 ½ hours.
What the homeopathic remedies do is arouse a person's immune system to overcome sickness and restore health. Therefore in contrast to allopathic medicine (traditional medicine), homeopathic treatment does not suppress symptoms.
(514) 298-9628Monday-Saturday 9:30am-6:30pm, by appointment
Acupuncturist Lijun Luan holds a M.D. diploma in western medicine and traditional Chinese medicine in China. She is a registered acupuncturist in Quebec. Her knowledge between western and traditional Chinese medicine gives her a unique vision when applying traditional acupuncture therapy to her patients. She works in the following areas:
· Cosmetic Facial Acupuncture
· Bell’s Palsy and facial paralysis
· Acupuncture for Weight Loss.
· Parkinson's Disease
· Chemotherapy & radiation side effects
· Smoking Cessation
· Baby Massage.
· Ear Acupoint Bean Pressing
· Chinese Cupping, Cupping Jar
· Back Pain & Nerve Pain
· Erectile Dysfunction
· Difficulty Sleeping and Insomnia.
· Stress Relief and Relaxation.
(514) 742-3590With appointment
(514) 294-1330With Appointment
Christina Roberts of Vitality helps her clients make positive changes to their lifestyle habits through individual coaching and group coaching sessions. The 12-week Building Healthy Habits™ approach provides guidance, support and accountability to boost continued progressive success.
The program is broken into 3 four week segments where participants work on integrating a new healthier behaviour within the areas of: Nutrition, Physical Activity and Stress Management. One incremental change at a time.
Christina helps participants identify the behaviour to focus on, set an effective goal, create a personalized plan, implement it, analyze setbacks and make strategic adjustments.
A lot of people take positive steps to change their lifestyle habits, but get frustrated because they have been unable to maintain the changes they make over the long term.
“In my experience, I’ve found the real issue is we often try to change too much, too fast and generally with too little planning.” Roberts said. “We underestimate the effort required to make changes in our habits stick.”
The Building Healthy Habits™ program objective is to establish new healthier behaviours as lasting lifestyle habits to improve participant’s physical, mental and emotional well-being.
Joanabbey Sack MA., BC-DMT, RDT, is a board certified Dance Movement Therapist and a registered Drama Therapist with extensive training in Dance, Music, the Social Sciences, Laban Movement Analysis, and Theatre Arts.
Joanabbey offers sessions in dance movement and drama therapy to children, youth and adults here at the Queen Elizabeth Health Complex. Both Individual and group sessions are available for Dance Movement Therapy and also for Movement Training with a focus on alignment, ease of movement and strength training. She uses dance and dance therapy as a vehicle toward exploring positive and healthy patterns of movement in a process to further emotional, cognitive, physical and social integration.
Joanabbey was the Dance Movement Therapist at the Montreal Children's Hospital for 12 years. She teaches at Concordia University department of Creative Arts Therapies and is the Dance Movement Therapist at the Concordia's Centre for the Arts in Human Development. She is a Doctoral Candidate for a PhD in Philosophy at Concordia University.
Joanabbey is co-founder and co-director of the Parkinson’s Dance Project (parkinsonenmouvement) which offers specialized dance classes as well as group and individual sessions for people with Parkinson’s syndrome. Individual and small group classes for the newly diagnosed and those living with Parkinson’s are available at QEHC.
Web information links: http://cahd.concordia.ca/ http://parkinsonenmouvement.com/ http://www.dmtac.org/
Mary is a Doctor of Naturopathy, Colour and Sound Therapist, Phytothérapeute, Hypnotherapist, Reflexologist, Masseur, Creative Therapist, Intuitive Radionician, Cell Memory Therapist, and Psychotherapist. She teaches courses and training programmes internationally, and is the Principal of Intuitive Radionics, the only Colour school in Eastern North America recognized by the International Association of Colour.
Services Offered: Naturopathy, Phytotherapy, Colour Therapy, Sound Therapy, Reflexology, Massage, Creative Self Expression, Energy Work, Hypnotherapy, Spiritual Psychotherapy, Cell Memory Integration, Intuitive Radionics.
Courses and Diplomas taught: Naturopathy, Intuitive Radionics, Colour Therapy, Sound Therapy, Reflexology, Cell Memory Therapy, Development of the Higher Senses, Massage, Aromatherapy, Pathology & Nutrition, Magnetism, Radiation. Courses and Programmes are certified by the National Association of Naturopaths. Reflexology course is certified by the Reflexology Association of Canada, and Colour courses, Certification and Diplomas are recognized by the International Association of Colour.
Discounts Available: Students and Golden Age 30% discount
Martine Veilleux est une praticienne en Gymnastique Émotionnelle et Éducatrice somatique (diplômée en études supérieures de l'éducation somatique à l'UQAM).
Site Web: www.martineveilleux.com
(514) 862-4642Monday to Friday 7:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Ground floor restaurant serving delightful home-made daily lunches open Monday to Friday 7:00 am to 3:00 pm.