Our Effective Modalities

Nicole has been trained in several modalities and has been helping people heal their bodies since 2005. Her well rounded background in anatomy, bodywork and energy medicine can help anyone who feels an imbalance within their body, or for those who wish to maintain and prevent disease.

Physical aches and pains, mental emotional stress, sleep irregularities, digestive problems and many more concerns can be addressed and treated in a session by using a blend of Western and Eastern medicine therapies.



Acupuncture & Traditional Chinese Medicine

Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) is an ancient medical system practiced for over five thousand years, that understands the laws and patterns of nature, and applies them to the human body.

With a combination of methods, TCM triggers a process of rebalancing disease caused by the disharmonies within and between our mind, body and spirit.

TCM understands patterns of disease and focuses on treating the root of illness instead of isolating treatment to the symptoms, and is most effective when used as a preventative measure to maintain health. TCM has many health benefits, especially on mental/emotional stress, and disorders in the digestive, circulatory, endocrine and nervous systems, just to name a few.


  • Registered Acupuncturist (R.Ac)
  • Doctor of Traditional Chinese Medicine (DTCM)




Massage Therapy

Massage therapy is the application of various techniques to manipulate muscles and connective tissue. Some of these techniques include pressing, pushing, kneading, grasping and stretching of muscles.

Massage increases muscle flexibility and relaxation, improves lymphatic flow, increases immunity, and decreases pain. Massage is also able to reduce stress, anxiety and depression.


  • Member of the Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC)
  • 2, 200 Hour Registered Massage Therapist (RMT) trained in:
  • Swedish Massage
  • Myofascial and Visceral (organ) Manipulation
  • Craniosacral Therapy
  • Chinese Tuina Massage




The word yoga means “unity” or “oneness” and is derived from the Sanskrit word yuj, which means “to join.”

This unity or joining is described in spiritual terms as the union of the individual consciousness with the universal consciousness.

On a more practical level, yoga is a means of balancing and harmonizing the body, mind and emotions. This is done through the practice ofasana (posture), pranayama (breath control), mudra (hand gestures), bandha (inner locks), shatkarma (cleansing techniques) and meditation (concentrated focus), and must be achieved before union can take place with the higher reality.

Whether you wish to increase flexibility, maintain a healthy weight, reduce stress, receive peace of mind, treat health conditions, maintain health and wellbeing, or for many other reasons, yoga is there. Yoga knows no judgment and always has something to offer people regardless of age, health or disposition.


  • Hatha Yoga Instructor training from Yoga Vidya Dham in Nashik, India