For People Who Want To Lead Healthy And Productive Lives

Opening Hours : Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri - 9 a.m to 5 p.m. & Thur 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
  Contact : 905-830-1236

Practitioners

Marina D. Boghossian

Marina Boghossian graduated from OCNM (Ontario College of  Medicine) in 1992 and retired as a Naturopath in 2018.  Dr. Sarah Robinson has since taken over Marina Boghossian’s Naturopathic practice.  Marina Boghossian was originally trained as a pharmacist and speaks 3 languages.  Her experience also included supervising senior clinic interns at the teaching clinic of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She strongly believes that the body has the ability to heal itself, but when overloaded with toxins, the body fails to do so, leading to chronic, degenerative diseases.

Marina Boghossian is a certified hypnotherapist. Her specialties include fears and phobias, weight loss, quitting smoking, and developing an overall positive attitude. Her motto is “Take life lightly, but health seriously.” Marina Boghossian is a very experienced practitioner and is much loved by her patients for her kindness, understanding, generosity of spirit, as well as her skills as a professional.

 

Nicole Fisher, B.A., B.Ed., C.B.P.

Nicole inspires others with her dedication and enthusiasm as a life-long learner and seasoned highschool teacher intent on empowering people. Her reflective curiosity has lead her on an intriguing journey of meaningful connections through languages, the arts, wholistic health modalities…and BodyTalk,the language of health.

Wei-Xiong (Victor) Cao – R. Ac, R. TCMP, RMT

Wei-Xiong (Victor) Cao is a Registered Acupuncturist, Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner and Registered Massage Therapist. He graduated from the Guangzhou University of Chinese Medicine in China.

Megan J Harrison, RMT

Megan is a Registered Massage Therapist with over 15 years’ experience. She is a member of the Ontario Massage Therapists Association (OMTA) and graduated from the Canadian College of Massage & Hydrotherapy in 1998. She started her career working at a reputable rehabilitation centre in Iceland in 1999, and in 2000 she returned to Canada and has worked in a variety of organizations.