<strong>Dr. Angelina Riopel</strong>
Dr. Angelina RiopelCo-Founder and Naturopathic Doctor

Dr. Angelina Riopel is a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, Ontario (2009). Angelina began her studies in Melbourne, Australia at the Melbourne College of Natural Medicine obtaining a degree in health sciences, specializing in naturopathy. She is a member of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND) and the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND).

Angelina has practiced in both Edmonton and Toronto and has treated everything from simple digestive issues to complex terminal illnesses. She has trained extensively in the use of IV Therapy for acute and chronic disease, and has a special interest in women’s health, fertility, hormonal imbalances, chronic fatigue and digestive health.

By working through her own undiagnosed health concerns at a young age, Angelina learned the importance of listening to the body. She believes that the body is constantly communicating through symptoms,  letting us know when we are in and out of balance. She is passionate about working with individuals to achieve internal balance and optimal health through mastering the basics of healthy living.

<strong>Dr. Kathleen Regan</strong>
Dr. Kathleen ReganCo-Founder and Naturopathic Doctor

Dr. Kathleen Regan believes that health begins with how and what we eat. Her primary clinical focus is nutrition. She integrates her experience with clinical and traditional nutrition to help patients create programs and healthy habits one step at a time. Kathleen also takes a hands-on approach to health concerns by integrating acupuncture and cranial sacral techniques. These therapies allow her to listen to the body and facilitate healing through relaxation of the nervous system. She finds that this approach can be helpful for a range of conditions including digestive concerns, autoimmune conditions, respiratory conditions, hormonal balance, fertility, chronic fatigue, chronic pain/injury, headaches, and stress management. Kathleen maintains a naturopathic family practice with a special interest in women’s health, family planning, fertility, prenatal wellness, pregnancy, holistic family health care and pediatric care.

Kathleen completed her naturopathic training at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) in Toronto in 2009 and is a registered member of the College of Naturopaths of Ontario. She obtained her Bachelor of Science Degree from the University of Toronto in Research Psychology.

Read more about Kathleen on her website.

<b>Dr. Keara Taylor</b>
Dr. Keara TaylorNaturopathic Doctor

Dr. Keara Taylor is passionate about helping her patients live their best life, which she believes can only be achieved when they feel their best. Her mission is to make healthy living uncomplicated and accessible, helping her patients be the most vibrant version of themselves. Her treatment approach is to uncover the root cause of illness, and use gentle, natural, yet evidence based means to bring the body back into balance. Her aim is to empower her patients, providing them with practical knowledge and assistance to enable them to connect with their bodies and take charge of their own health. She treats a variety of conditions, and has a special interest in women’s health, hormonal balance, digestion, stress management, weight loss, and pre and post natal care.

Keara is a Naturopathic Doctor licensed to practice in Ontario. She is registered with the College of Naturopaths of Ontario (CONO) and is a member of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND) and the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND). She received her four year post-graduate Doctor of Naturopathy degree from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM).

Read more about Keara on her website.

<strong>Dr. Alexia Georgousis</strong>
Dr. Alexia GeorgousisNaturopathic Doctor

Dr. Alexia Georgousis believes vitality and well-being are intricately connected to the relationship between Mind, Bodyand Spirit.  It is easy to feel disconnected when we live and work in a busy city like Toronto. Our attention is often consumed by what occurs outside of ourselves and oursense wholeness become neglected.  We may feel we are not keeping up when in actuality we need to shift into a state of ‘being” vs “doing.” By learning to listen to our symptoms and our own inner wisdom we become more grounded, more present and more engaged. In addition to using botanical medicine, homeopathy, nutrition and acupuncture, Alexia incorporates various meditation and mindfulness practices to include the spiritual component of health.  Alexia maintains a general naturopathic practice with a special interest in stress management, burnout and lack of vitality.

Alexia is a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) in Toronto.  She is the former Associate Dean of Clinical Studies at the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine in Vancouver and taught extensively at CCNM for 15 years.  Alexia has formal training in Interdisciplinary Mindfulness, Transformative Mindfulness, Mind Body Medicine and various Spiritual practices.  She is a member of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors and continues to give presentations on various aspects of well-being to both the public and to health professionals.

Read more about Alexia on her website.

<b>Kerri Lambie</b>
Kerri LambieRegistered Homeopath & Holistic Nutritionist

Kerri Lambie provides services as both a Registered Homeopath and a Holistic Nutritionist. She integrates these therapies to provide treatments that optimize mental, emotional and physical health. As a homeopath, she provides constitutional homeopathic consultations to address long term and chronic health concerns. An initial visit helps Kerri to understand health concerns and how they affect the individual. Her follow up visits are designed to assess the natural movement of the homeopathic remedy as it supports the mental, emotional and physical spheres to restore vitality and health.

As a Holistic Nutritionist, Kerri places emphasis on assessing the whole person including emotions, dietary indulgences/restrictions and lifestyle choices in order to restore balance. She believes in the healing capabilities that food can provide and uses her education in Holistic Nutrition to help guide people toward a happier, healthier and more fulfilling life. She believes a healthy attitude toward food is equally as important as the food itself and she strives to find the bridge that connects enjoyment and nourishment.

Kerri is a graduate of the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine and the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition. She has additional certification as Master Clinician in homeopathy. She is fully insured and is in good standing with the College of Homeopaths. Kerri has a special interest in conditions that affect the emotional and mental spheres of a person including stress, anxiety, ADD/ADHD, and grief as well as the physical conditions of women and children.

Read more about Kerri on her website.

Sonja Smiljanic
Sonja SmiljanicHolistic Nutritionist

Sonja Smiljanic, BA, NNCP is a certified Holistic Nutritionist who graduated from the Institute of Holistic Nutrition in 2018. Sonja is a member in good standing with the Canadian Association of Natural Nutritional Practitioners

Sonja believes that building a trusting relationship with one’s body is one of the best foundations for supporting optimal health. By teaching clients how to read the signs that the body gives through symptoms, Sonja helps clients become more in tune with their bodies so that trust can be developed over time. She aims to keep the focus of her nutrition consultation and coaching on sustainable and positive nutrition, where the emphasis is on finding a balance between what foods should be consumed and what foods should be avoided. Sonja’s nutrition and supplement protocols are individualized to each client with great care. Her aim is to incorporate each client’s personal preferences balanced with professional recommendations to support optimal wellbeing. Nutrition consultation can help with a number of things including digestion and gut health, weight management, skin challenges and conditions, energy, meal preparation, and more. Sonja also enjoys providing clients with consultation on toxic-free living at home, and green beauty. As a Holistic Nutritionist she aims to operate from core values of trust, education, community, accessibility, and support.

Read more about Sonja on her website.

<strong>Dr. Jonathan Cartile</strong>
Dr. Jonathan CartileChiropractor

Dr. Jonathan Cartile has a wide range of practice experience that spans 10 years and 3 continents. For the past 8 years he has worked as the head chiropractor at two busy clinics in Newcastle, England. Prior to this he complete his Chiropractic Degree at MacQuarie Univeristy in Sydney, Australia. He is originally from Toronto and completed his Bachelor of Science at the University of Western Ontario. He has recently returned to Canada and joined the Innate Health Centre. He is a member of the General Chiropractic Council of the UK and the Ontario College of Chiropractors.

Dr. Cartile takes a holistic approach to chiropractic medicine and encourages his patients to make healthy lifestyle choices through education and treatment recommendations. He also believes that a healthy nervous system is an integral part of allowing the body to reach optimal function. Dr. Cartile has completed additional training in Sacro Occipital Technique. SOT is a comprehensive, gentle and innovative technique of chiropractic medicine that looks at the causes of the problems, not just the symptoms. SOT is a complete body technique with cranial adjustments, organ releases, all the way down to toes. Dr. Cartile has a special interest and has devoted a significant amount of training in pediatric and pregnancy care to create a well-rounded family practice.

Marie-Ange V-F Cherchel
Marie-Ange V-F CherchelOsteopathic Manual Practitioner

Marie-Ange V-F Cherchel likes to be attentive to each patient and their story in order to provide the best treatment plan. She is passionate about the opportunity to work with a like-minded team of practitioners. Marie-Ange has worked with a wide variety of conditions and since her graduation, she has taken additional courses in obstetrics, pediatric care and Kinesio Taping. She has also studied Asian manual therapies including Thai Yoga Massage and Qi Nei Tsang. She has a special interest in the treatment of sciatica, wrist pain including carpal tunnel syndrome, hip and lower back pain, ankle pain, Temporal Mandibular Joint Disorders (TMJDs) and TMJD related headaches.

Marie-Ange studied osteopathy in the United Kingdom at the University College of Osteopathy and completed her post graduate studies in France; she is trained in structural, visceral and cranial sacral styles of osteopathy. She moved to Canada in 2015 where she joined the Ontario Association of Osteopathic Manual Practitioners. She is fluent in French, English and Spanish.



<b>Xianmin Yu</b>
Xianmin YuRegistered Practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncturist

Xianmin is a Registered TCM practitioner and Acupuncturist in Ontario. He has a solid background in Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture, with a Masters Degree from Shanghai University in Traditional Chinese Medicine and a Bachelor Degree from Beijing University of Chinese Medicine. He also has a Masters degree in Kinesiology from Western University. With a combination of both western medicine and Traditional Chinese Medicine, he is well prepared to provide dietary, herbal and acupuncture services as a registered practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture.

His clinical experience includes the treatment of pain syndromes, internal medical issues (e.g., dizziness, tinnitus, overweight, gastrointestinal disorder, etc.), gynecological disorders (e.g., dysmenorrhea, perimenopausal syndrome, irregular menstruation, infertility, etc.), and emotional fluctuation (e.g., stress & strain, insomnia, easily irritated, easily get tired, etc.). He is also specialized in treating urinary incontinence. He keeps his knowledge of Chinese medicine up to date and is grateful to still have a strong working connection with his former supervisor and colleges. Xianmin offers Chinese herbs and formulas, acupuncture, Tuina, Cupping (including sliding cupping) and magnetic pellet pressing.


<b>Emily Carr-Locke</b>
Emily Carr-LockeRegistered Massage Therapist

Emily Carr-Locke is a Registered Massage Therapist. She graduated from Sutherland-Chan School and Teaching Clinic where she gained clinical experience working with clients in different settings and with many different needs and treatment goals. Emily works with different techniques including Swedish Relaxation Massage, Therapeutic & Deep Tissue massage, Prenatal Massage and Pediatric Massage. Emily is currently completing training as a Certified Doula and currently offers concurrent massage and doula care during pregnancy.

Emily believes strongly in the power and importance of therapeutic touch. Her experience as a gardener, caregiver and mother inspired her study of massage and continue to influence her technique. Emily offers massage for, individuals of all ages who are looking for treatment for musculoskeletal conditions and injuries, stress, chronic pain, sleep disorders, anxiety/depression, pregnancy discomforts, wellness maintenance, and anything in between!


<strong>Patti MacGregor</strong>
Patti MacGregorRegistered Massage Therapist

Patti graduated from Elm Crest College as a qualified RMT with a focus on prenatal massage and care. During her eight years of experience as an RMT, Patti has remained dedicated to excellence in her practice by furthering her knowledge with additional education. Her additional certifications are extensive and include Lotus Palm Thai Massage levels 1&2, On Table Stretching For Fascial Restrictions, Breast Massage and Pectoral Muscle Treatment, Mercier Therapy, CAPPA Canada Labour Doula Training and INFACT Canada 20 hour Lactation Management Course. The field of women’s complementary health care is a particular passion of hers. Patti looks forward to learning more and adding to her repertoire of available therapies. Massage is her dream career she is proud to say, “I love my job!”


Jessica Stacey
Jessica StaceyRegistered Massage Therapist

Jessica Stacey is a Registered Massage Therapist who received an Advanced Diploma (with Honours) in Massage Therapy from Humber College in 2014. Throughout her education, Jessica gained experience working with multiple populations and various conditions, including sports injuries and performance, postural imbalances, chronic illnesses, and pregnancy.

Jessica uses a variety of techniques including Swedish Massage, Deep Tissue Massage, Trigger Point Therapy, and Wellness Massage. She currently focuses on the use Massage Therapy for the treatment and prevention of physical dysfunction and pain, biomechanical dysfunction, exercise rehabilitation, sports injuries, stress related musculoskeletal concerns, and overall body wellness.

Jessica values an active and involved approach of care using Massage Therapy to aid and optimize health and wellness of all her patients. She believes in one-on-one communication to build a therapeutic relationship and to create individualized treatment plans for each patient’s unique presentation. She is passionate when it comes to educating her patients about self-care and exercise rehabilitation to reach their treatment goals and maintain good health.


Peter Witz
Peter WitzRegistered Massage Therapist and Registered Acupuncturist

Peter Witz is both a Registered Massage Therapist and a Registered Acupuncturist. He is a member in good standing with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners of Ontario as well as the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario.

Peter’s practice style consists of a blend of therapeutic influences from eastern and western medicine that caters to the needs of each individual client. Although he treats a variety of conditions both acute and chronic, he specializes in the treatment of pain and stress management. Peter is an educator who strives to help patients bring health back into their hands.

As an RMT he focuses on treating the body as a whole by addressing both the concern and the cause. His therapeutic style consists of a blend of general Swedish techniques with gentle joint manipulations and dynamic/kinetic massage. He also provides deep tissue, relaxation, sports and hot stone massage.

As an acupuncturist, he treats the body from a Chinese medicine perspective. His style is unique since he often uses massage to complement the treatment during acupuncture. He uses a balancing technique that helps harmonize the organ systems, improve the circulatory system and calm the mind. Besides treating pain and stress management he also treats; digestive disorders, anxiety/depression, fertility and much more. In addition to acupuncture Peter also provides; cupping, Tuina (Chinese medicine massage) and mediation exercises.


<b>Monica Grainger</b>
Monica GraingerRegistered Social Worker and Provider of Psychotherapy

Monica Grainger, MSW, RSW believes that a holistic approach to achieving a healthy mind, body and spirit is the only true way to cultivate a mentally healthy individual. As a therapist, she encourages her clients to nourish healthier lifestyles primarily through cognitive behavioural therapy, nutrition, exercise, and mindfulness practices. 

Monica has been working as a Cognitive Behavioural Therapist for over 10 years. In her previous employment with the Kawartha District School Board she worked with children and families as a School Board Counsellor for 11 years. Her focus has been to enhance a person’s competency in promoting mental health and empowerment, managing stress, enriching communication, fostering resiliency, and strengthening self-esteem. Prior to working with children, adolescents, and families, she worked at the Royal Ottawa Health Care Group in the Adult Outpatient department working with adults with a range of mental health issues: depression, anxiety, panic attacks, eating disorders, grief, and life transitions. She has had training in Suicide Prevention techniques and has much experience working with individuals in crisis.

Recently, Monica has been influenced by positive psychology and mindfulness. By  focusing on one’s strengths she helps her clients improve their quality of life, by helping them focus on living in the present and being optimistic about their future. 

Monica graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from McGill University. A native of Ottawa, she received her Bachelor Honors in Psychology and went on to study at the University of Toronto where she acquired her Master’s in Social Work. In addition, she studied at the University of Grenoble in France and is fluently bilingual in English and French.

Read more about Monica on her website.

<strong>Geraldine Lo Monaco</strong>
Geraldine Lo MonacoEnergy Healer and Intuitive

Geraldine was born and raised in Milan, Italy. She graduated at the University of Turin in Marketing Communications. Geraldine is a natural born healer and intuitive who moved to Canada in 1999 and has practiced in Montreal, Calgary, and now in Toronto. She has been trained in Pranic Healing, Barbara Brennan Fundamentals, Magnetism, Holistic Life Coaching, and Energy Medicine. She is a certified Spiritual Healer, Master Reiki and Intuitive and a member of International Association of Medical Intuitive, Canadian Reiki Association and Association of Spiritual Healers of Alberta.

Geraldine has an innate ability to see and perceive the energy body and find the root cause of blockages that contribute to physical, emotional, mental and spiritual discomforts and illness. From a holistic perspective, being aware of the root causes of illness helps individuals to focus their healing and treatment to clear up blockages and make specific lifestyle changes which contribute to a healthier way of being and a more balanced life. Her services are provided in English, French and Italian.

Read more about Geraldine on her website.