We currently use direct billing with some health insurance companies including Sun Life, Canada Life, Manulife, Green Shield, Industrial Alliance, Chambers of Commerce, GMS, Manion, and others. Please call us at 416-323-1818 ext. 200 to inquire.

Discovery Meeting (Virtual-15min)

Discover how our practitioners can support you during this complimentary virtual call. This is your opportunity to find out more about our offerings, and determine which treatment will best suit your condition. If you’d prefer to book this appointment as a phone consult, please call us at 416-323-1818 x200 to arrange.
***Please note - no medical advice will be given during this consult***


Discovery Meeting (Phone)

Discover how our practitioners can support you during this complimentary phone call. This is your opportunity to find out more about our offerings, and determine which treatment will best suit your condition. Please call us at 416-323-1818 x200 to arrange a consultation with one of our therapists Hailey, Nozomi, Kirsten, Kobi, or Samuel. ***Please note - no medical advice will be given during ... Read More

Discover how our practitioners can support you during this complimentary phone call. This is your opportunity to find out more about our offerings, and determine which treatment will best suit your condition. Please call us at 416-323-1818 x200 to arrange a consultation with one of our therapists Hailey, Nozomi, Kirsten, Kobi, or Samuel.
***Please note - no medical advice will be given during this consult***


Acupuncture, Tuina Massage, Moxabustion, Gua Sha & Cupping Therapy

About Acupuncture: An ancient method of healing that uses individually packaged, sterilized, disposable needles. These extremely thin needles are positioned on specific acupoints to balance the flow of vital energy, Qi, in the body. Acupuncture Therapists often use other methods to complement needle treatment. These may include tuina massage, cupping, guasha, moxibustion, or a heat treatm... Read More

About Acupuncture:
An ancient method of healing that uses individually packaged, sterilized, disposable needles. These extremely thin needles are positioned on specific acupoints to balance the flow of vital energy, Qi, in the body.

Acupuncture Therapists often use other methods to complement needle treatment. These may include tuina massage, cupping, guasha, moxibustion, or a heat treatment using a dried herb called "mugwort".

Acupuncture is an effective therapy for a wide variety of conditions including:

- Sciatica
- Headaches, migraines
- Asthma
- Chronic Fatigue
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- PMS
- And many other chronic conditions

Many extended health insurances cover acupuncture and acupuncture is now regulated in the province of Ontario.

For the protection of our patients, therapists and staff we please ask that you follow these wellness clinic procedures. Thank you!

- Do not book an appointment if you are sick

- Hand hygiene recommended upon entering and leaving the clinic.

- Please bring Debit, Visa, or Mastercard. Cash no longer held onsite.


Cosmetic Acupuncture Treatment with LED Light Therapy

Beauty from the inside out: This treatment offers a natural way to encourage collagen production and holistically promote healthy radiant skin. We will use a combination of facial acupuncture, gua sha, cupping and fascia stretches to stimulate blood and lymphatic circulation, relax muscles, and tone the face. We will also take a complete health history and employ traditional acupuncture (body) ... Read More

Beauty from the inside out: This treatment offers a natural way to encourage collagen production and holistically promote healthy radiant skin. We will use a combination of facial acupuncture, gua sha, cupping and fascia stretches to stimulate blood and lymphatic circulation, relax muscles, and tone the face. We will also take a complete health history and employ traditional acupuncture (body) points to treat your entire constitution and bring your system back to harmony.

Whether you're looking to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines, improve skin texture or to treat dermatological conditions such as acne, rosacea, eczema, hyper- or hypopigmentation, cosmetic acupuncture can help you look and feel your best. The system of motor point needling utilized by AIM Wellness acupuncturists can also be used to treat conditions associated with the face such as TMJ and trigeminal neuralgia.

For optimal results, a full course of treatment consisting of 10-12 treatments booked weekly or bi-weekly is recommended.

- please avoid booking within 3 weeks of receiving Botox, fillers, or any cosmetic injections.
- please arrive for your appointment with a clean, makeup free face.

For the protection of our patients, therapists and staff we please ask that you follow these wellness clinic procedures. Thank you!

- Do not book an appointment if you are sick

- Hand hygiene recommended upon entering and leaving the clinic.

- Please bring Debit, Visa, or Mastercard. Cash no longer held onsite.


Chinese Herbal Medicine + Acupuncture

About Chinese Herbal Medicine: This modality is ideal for those moving from our herbal teaching clinic or for those who would like to try Chinese Herbs and are interested in learning more about their body’s condition from an Eastern therapeutic perspective. Our practitioners are dedicated and are specialized R.TCMP’s treating the conditions listed below; these conditions are particularly... Read More

About Chinese Herbal Medicine:

This modality is ideal for those moving from our herbal teaching clinic or for those who would like to try Chinese Herbs and are interested in learning more about their body’s condition from an Eastern therapeutic perspective.

Our practitioners are dedicated and are specialized R.TCMP’s treating the conditions listed below; these conditions are particularly amenable to herbal treatment. However, if you suffer from a condition not listed we encourage you to book an appointment as many other diseases are treatable with Chinese herbs.

• Headaches & migraines
• Neck, shoulder, back pain, sciatica
• Stress
• Fatigue
• Carpal tunnel syndrome
• Insomnia
• Neurological disorders, concussions
• Mental health: (anxiety, depression, ADD/ADHD)
• Asthma, allergies, colds & flu
• Acne, eczema, psoriasis
• Weak immunity
• Menstrual disorders
• Peri-menopausal symptoms
• Infertility
• Digestive system disorders
• Autoimmune conditions & many more...

For the protection of our patients, therapists and staff we please ask that you follow these wellness clinic procedures. Thank you!

- Do not book an appointment if you are sick

- Hand hygiene recommended upon entering and leaving the clinic.

- Please bring Debit, Visa, or Mastercard. Cash no longer held onsite.


Registered Massage Therapy

Massage therapy has a therapeutic effect on the body through hands-on manual treatment, which is able to bring about changes in the body both physically and psychologically. Through direct treatment, the massage therapist is able to ease symptoms by manipulation of the muscles, ligaments and joints, fascial restrictions, vascular and lymphatic systems in addition to the neurological system.... Read More

Massage therapy has a therapeutic effect on the body through hands-on manual treatment, which is able to bring about changes in the body both physically and psychologically.

Through direct treatment, the massage therapist is able to ease symptoms by manipulation of the muscles, ligaments and joints, fascial restrictions, vascular and lymphatic systems in addition to the neurological system. The psychological response includes, an increased sense of well-being, as well as the relief of daily stressors.

Massage therapy can be an important part of your health maintenance plan by:
• Reducing pain
• Improving joint mobility
• Improving circulation
• Improving lymphatic drainage
• Reducing muscular tension

The results of stress and pain can be relieved or prevented through regular massage therapy treatment.

Massage Therapy can also be used as part of a preventative care program.

For the protection of our patients, therapists and staff we please ask that you follow these wellness clinic procedures. Thank you!

- Do not book an appointment if you are sick

- Hand hygiene recommended upon entering and leaving the clinic.

- Please bring Debit, Visa, or Mastercard. Cash no longer held onsite.


Rolfing®️ - Structural Integration

Rolfing®️ - Structural Integration is a form of bodywork that works with fascia - a type of connective tissue - to improve and realign structure, restore natural movement patterns, and re-balance your body in gravity. Using direct mild pressure to release restrictions in the fascia, Rolfing helps your body to return to an upright vertical posture and move with coordination and ease. Rolfing ... Read More

Rolfing®️ - Structural Integration is a form of bodywork that works with fascia - a type of connective tissue - to improve and realign structure, restore natural movement patterns, and re-balance your body in gravity. Using direct mild pressure to release restrictions in the fascia, Rolfing helps your body to return to an upright vertical posture and move with coordination and ease.

Rolfing is for everybody - all ages, all levels of physical fitness, all types of bodies. Rolfing helps realign your body’s specific structure and thus improves your body’s unique function. It is for anyone seeking greater comfort in their body, increased range and flexibility, improvement in sport and performance, alleviation of pain, and a deeper overall awareness and relationship with their body.

For the protection of our patients, therapists and staff we please ask that you follow these wellness clinic procedures. Thank you!

- Do not book an appointment if you are sick

- Hand hygiene recommended upon entering and leaving the clinic.

- Please bring Debit, Visa, or Mastercard. Cash no longer held onsite.


Functional Exercise and Movement Sessions

For any bodywork to hold over time, mobility and strength have to back up the work. We all have movement patterns that we have developed over time. Some are conscious, while many are unconscious. How we move is an intrinsic part of how we live, how we feel, who we are. Our movement patterns form and feed into our physical structure. When we experience discomfort and pain, this is an invitati... Read More

For any bodywork to hold over time, mobility and strength have to back up the work.

We all have movement patterns that we have developed over time. Some are conscious, while many are unconscious. How we move is an intrinsic part of how we live, how we feel, who we are. Our movement patterns form and feed into our physical structure. When we experience discomfort and pain, this is an invitation to take a closer look at the ways in which we move and become more aware of our patterns of perception and coordination in our daily life.

In my practice, I will work with you to develop an awareness of your own patterns, and offer tools and techniques to bring you back into your body and your own physical sense of being. I will also teach you efficient and correct ways to build strength, agility, and flexibility so that you feel more balanced, synchronized, and coordinated as you go about your everyday activities.

The body functions best when it is upright, balanced, and moving. As bipedal beings, we are designed for walking and physical activity. Regular exercise and muscular strength are vital to long term physical and mental well being. Proper movement patterns, along with strength, flexibility, and cardiovascular exercise work together to prevent and treat injury, discomfort, and pain.

We want to move our bodies – frequently and functionally.

For the protection of our patients, therapists and staff we please ask that you follow these wellness clinic procedures. Thank you!

- Do not book an appointment if you are sick

- Hand hygiene recommended upon entering and leaving the clinic.

- Please bring Debit, Visa, or Mastercard. Cash no longer held onsite.


Acupuncture Student Clinic

WHAT IS STUDENT TEACHING CLINIC? Treatments are offered throughout the year to the public (except for school holiday times) by our Diploma Program students and are supervised. These treatments have been used to help maintain good health, to prevent ill-health, and to treat a variety of conditions including headaches, neck and shoulder tension, insomnia, fatigue, digestive problems, constipat... Read More

WHAT IS STUDENT TEACHING CLINIC?

Treatments are offered throughout the year to the public (except for school holiday times) by our Diploma Program students and are supervised. These treatments have been used to help maintain good health, to prevent ill-health, and to treat a variety of conditions including headaches, neck and shoulder tension, insomnia, fatigue, digestive problems, constipation, and stress.

Patients are to bring or wear their own loose fitting clothing for treatments and should arrive a few minutes early.

ACUPUNCTURE STUDENT CLINIC INFORMATION

Traditional Chinese Acupuncture Student Clinic

(please take note that treatments may last between 75-90 min for students early in their training, instead of the typical 60 min treatment length) Students treating the Acupuncture student clinic have completed the theoretical portion of their training and have been working on one another in a clinic environment. At this time, students begin treating various clients and build upon their knowledge and experience by treating a variety of issues such as: lower back pain, stress, headaches/migraines, menopause, menstrual pain, digestion issues, constipation, insomnia and abdominal pain (just to name a few). Students work in groups of two or less and are closely supervised by highly trained professional instructors.

This clinic is ideal for those who would like to learning more about their body's condition from an eastern therapeutic perspective.

New clients are welcome!

For the protection of our patients, therapists and staff we please ask that you follow these wellness clinic procedures. Thank you!

- Do not book an appointment if you are sick

- Hand hygiene recommended upon entering and leaving the clinic.

- Please bring Debit, Visa, or Mastercard. Cash no longer held onsite.


Chinese Herbs with Acupuncture Student Clinic

(please take note that treatments may last between 75-90 min for students early in their training, instead of the typical 60 min treatment length) Students treating in the Traditional Chinese Herbal Clinic have completed the theoretical portion of their training and have been working on one another in a clinic environment. At this time, students begin treating various clients and build upon ... Read More

(please take note that treatments may last between 75-90 min for students early in their training, instead of the typical 60 min treatment length) Students treating in the Traditional Chinese Herbal Clinic have completed the theoretical portion of their training and have been working on one another in a clinic environment.

At this time, students begin treating various clients and build upon their knowledge and experience by treating a variety of issues such as: Skin Diseases, Asthma, Allergies, Bladder & Yeast infections, Gynaecological disorders, Inflammatory bowel disease, Cough, Infertility, Headaches & Migraines, Pain and more.

Students work in groups and are closely supervised by highly trained professional instructors.

This clinic is ideal for those who would like to try Chinese Herbs for the first time and are interested in learning more about their body's condition from an eastern therapeutic perspective.

We welcome anyone to book their initial appointment. However, follow up appointments will only be available to those who take herbs prescribed by our students.

Each treatment session of 75 minutes is $25.00, OR five sessions for $100.00 when a booklet is purchased in advance.

For the protection of our patients, therapists and staff we please ask that you follow these wellness clinic procedures. Thank you!

- Do not book an appointment if you are sick

- Hand hygiene recommended upon entering and leaving the clinic.

- Please bring Debit, Visa, or Mastercard. Cash no longer held onsite.

Jackie employs a multitude of therapies to support your goals, including Acupuncture, Cupping, Gua Sha, Tuina, Moxibustion, Shiatsu, Auricular, and Electro-Stimulation. After 4 years of study and close to 800 hours of clinical practice, she successfully obtained both her Acupuncture and her TCMP Diploma with honours from AIM Academy (2023).

Whether you are coming in for an acute injury or chronic pain, stress management or emotional support, sleep troubles or digestive issues (just to name a few) - Jackie invites you to notice what you feel, and become an active participant on your health journey. She will work with you to clarify the intention of each treatment, and ensure you are equipped with the tools you need to feel at home in your body again.

Jackie employs a multitude of therapies to support your goals, including Acupuncture, Cupping, Gu... Read More

Kirsten Bedard

Registered Acupuncturist, Registered Rolfer ®️, B.Sc. in Nutrition

Acupuncture, Rolfing, Cupping, Guasha, Moxa, Chinese Food Therapy, Qigong Meditation, Movement Instruction

Hello and welcome! I practice both Acupuncture and Rolfing®️. I have been working in the field of bodywork and wellbeing for over twenty years. My education is in Western science and Traditional Chinese medicine and both approaches inform my work with clients.

The mission of my work is to help you find comfort and vitality in your body and in how you move, so that you are able to participate fully and freely in all aspects of your life.

Acupuncture connects into the nervous system and works with the body as a whole. By activating the parasympathetic nervous system, acupuncture stimulates the body’s innate healing capacity and the allowance for change. Acupuncture considers both the body and the mind. Mental stress and physical pain are innately linked, and a treatment will address both.

In my practice, I also offer Rolfing Structural Integration and movement training to complement the Acupuncture work.

Rolfing is a form of bodywork that works with fascia - a type of connective tissue - to improve and realign structure, restore natural movement patterns, and re-balance your body in gravity. Using direct mild pressure to release restrictions in the fascia, Rolfing helps realign your body’s specific structure and thus improves your body’s unique function.

If you are seeking greater comfort in your body, increased range and flexibility, improvement in sport and performance, alleviation of pain, and a deeper overall awareness and relationship with your body then Rolfing is for you.

The Ten-Series is the standard “recipe” of Rolfing Structural Integration. In this sequence of ten sessions, one session leads the body into the next, and prepares the tissue and nervous system for further change. Each session is focused on a specific area of the body, and works to create balance, reduce strain, and improve the relationship of that area to the rest of the body.

Come see me for Acupuncture and Rolfing sessions if you have been struggling with chronic pain, recent or recurring injuries, post-surgery recovery, general stiffness and weakness, or overall movement restriction. Also, if you are feeling that things are “out of balance” or something in your body is “off”, or you would like to renew or reawaken your relationship with yourself and your body.

Languages Spoken: English

Kirsten Bedard Registered Acupuncturist, Registered Rolfer ®️, B.Sc. in Nutrition Acupuncture, ... Read More

Hailey was introduced to acupuncture in early childhood and developed a lifelong passion for Traditional Chinese Medicine and holistic health-care. Her practice is focused on providing patients with the support to live healthy and balanced lives using a combination of modalities including acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, cupping, guasha, shiatsu, tuina and moxibustion. She enjoys sharing her deep appreciation for TCM with her patients and helping them attain a state of wellbeing. Hailey has clinical experience treating a wide array of health concerns including musculoskeletal injuries, chronic pain, fatigue, insomnia, anxiety/depression, dermatological issues and gynaecological complaints.

Hailey is a graduate of AIM Academy; she received her Acupuncture Therapy Diploma in 2022 and her Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners Diploma in 2023. She earned her Honours Bachelor of Arts & Science from McMaster University in 2018, with a specialization in East Asian thought and its intersection with wellness. Through her studies she cultivated the tools to care for not only the physical aspects of her patients but the psycho-emotional elements as well. In addition to her TCM clinical experience, Hailey is well-versed in mindfulness meditation and self-compassion strategies and trained in trauma-informed care.

Hailey was introduced to acupuncture in early childhood and developed a lifelong passion for Trad... Read More

Nozomi is a registered Acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner who has been practicing since 2020.

After taking several courses of continuing education, she has developed an intuitive, patient-focused treatment style. Before applying needles, she usually starts with some bodywork, such as Tui na massage, cupping, or gua sha. As she does bodywork, she searches the problematic areas/channels and decides where to needle. As a Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner, she is able to diagnose and prescribe herbal medicine to patients for various issues such as digestion, hormonal imbalance and musculoskeletal pain.

While growing up in Japan, Nozomi learned from an early age the importance of maintaining optimal health and preventing disease. This knowledge has become a fundamental part of her lifestyle and practice. By giving self-care advice to patients, her goal is to encourage patients to prevent pain/imbalance in the body.

Nozomi believes that the body has innate healing power, and with acupuncture, herbs, and other Traditional Chinese Medicine modalities, her passion is helping patients restore balance to their bodies.

Nozomi is a registered Acupuncturist and Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner who has been p... Read More

Kobi with his extended educational and clinic experience specializes in a combination massage therapy of Shiatsu, Tuina, cupping and Thai Massage. He combines these traditional Eastern modalities with Western modalities such as Swedish techniques, trigger point therapy, myofascial/ neuromuscular release, lymphatic drainage, joint mobilization, post isometric relaxation, cranio-sacral, Temporo-Mandibular Joint release and more. Kobi has also added Acupuncture to his list of treatments!

With your input, his active listening and critical thinking abilities, he can help tailor your treatment plan, hands on pressure to your specific therapeutic needs. His main goal is to optimize your health and well being by engaging the muscular, nervous and circulatory systems through specific or full body therapeutic treatments with the aim to alleviating pain, stress and tension while restoring your balance of physical, mental and emotional levels. With his benevolent heart and mind you can trust your health and safety is in good hands.

Kobi is a graduate of Southerland Chan School of Massage Therapy since late 2015, a member of the Registered Massage Therapy Association of Ontario (RMTAO). He has been practicing in good standing since 2016 and continues his learning endeavours. His past fracture injury to his knee took him through his own journey of restoring his health making him sensitive to the needs of mental and physical suffering, of injury and rehabilitation. He engaged with many great therapists’ workshops and continuing educational programs as he strived to learn what helped himself and others to restore optimal health. Kobi completed his Acupuncture training at AIM Academy in 2022, adding Acupuncture Treatment to his extensive repertoire of skills.

In his free time, Kobi loves nature, cycling, hiking, and reading. He practices Qi gong, Yoga, Meditation and Mindfulness Breathing daily. He likes to share his research, insights and self-care modalities to help his patients, friends, and family.

From the Collage of Massage Therapy of Ontario (CMTO):

Massage therapy consists primarily of hands-on manipulation of the soft tissues of the body, specifically, the muscles, connective tissue, tendons, ligaments and joints for the purpose of optimizing health.

Massage therapy treatment has a therapeutic effect on the body and optimizes health and well-being by acting on the muscular, nervous and circulatory systems. Physical function can be developed, maintained and improved; and physical dysfunction and pain and the effects of stress can be relieved or prevented through the use of Massage Therapy.

Modern massage techniques can be traced back to the 1700s and the development of Swedish massage, the first systematic method of therapeutic massage based on physiology. Today’s Massage Therapists use their knowledge of anatomy and physiology to combine traditional Swedish and modern Massage Therapy techniques with exercise and other therapies to treat their clients.

Your Treatment

Before a treatment, your Massage Therapist will propose a personalized treatment plan based on an initial assessment and health history. The assessment consists of various tests to determine the condition of your muscles and joints. Any personal and health information you provide to your Massage Therapist is completely confidential and will be safeguarded. Your health record cannot be released or transferred without your written consent.

Your Massage Therapist must also obtain your consent to work on any part of your body, regardless of whether you are fully clothed, or fully or partially covered with sheets or blankets. Your privacy will always be respected, and you may withdraw your consent for treatment at any time.

Various specialized movements of the hands, over the skin or clothes, make up the Massage Therapy treatment. The Massage Therapist will work with your level of pain tolerance during the treatment, and the treatment can be stopped at any time should the treatment become uncomfortable.

Kobi with his extended educational and clinic experience specializes in a combination massage the... Read More

Samuel Pham (RMT)

Samuel received his bachelors of Kinesiology at the University of Toronto and graduated from Sutherland-Chan with a diploma in Massage Therapy.

Fueled by his passion in sports, Samuel takes into account your lifestyle & needs, and focuses on quality of movement when designing his treatment plan for you. Having experienced many injuries himself, he understands the set-backs and potential progress lost that many of us can relate to in our own pursuit of our health and fitness goals. But from those experiences, he has cultivated a good understanding of the amount of patience and practice it takes to make an optimal recovery.

Samuel believes developing a self-care routine is essential to recover from pain and strives to help develop one for you that is realistic and attainable. He has experience working with patients from the athletic population, stroke-patients, and with seniors. Samuel has learned a variety of techniques, which includes: Swedish massage, joint mobilizations, myofascial release, deep tissue work and more. He is also continuing his education to add cupping in his services as well.

Samuel Pham (RMT) Samuel received his bachelors of Kinesiology at the University of Toronto and g... Read More

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