Holistic and Natural Health
Experience personal growth and self-awareness like never before as you learn the power and strategies of real behaviour change from the inside-out, mind and brain.
We share experiences across cultures – including a rich tradition of ancient forms such as Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Ayurveda, Aboriginal Medicine, Jewish Medicine and mindfulness.
As you solidify your health goals and get clear on your focus, you’ll identify your constitutional strengths and weakest link to improve your health from the inside out.
Emily Isaacson's holistic nutrition practice uses nutritional consulting regarding improving your nutrition, nutrient levels, and overall constitution. We teach healthy comfort foods and craving redirection, gratitude practices, meditation and mindfulness, and mind-body relaxation tools to help interrupt habitual thinking patterns and rewire the brain’s neural associations. Other modalities include personal training, Doula care through maternal nutrition, coaching on essential oils, and coaching on homeopathy using Bach Flower Remedies.
We recommend every client schedule a minimum of three to six visits to resolve their underlying health concerns.
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Testimonials . . .
I have had the pleasure of working with Emily Isaacson, Licensed Nutrition and Mental Health Counsellor for a number of years. She always presents herself to me in a professional manner. I know her to be bright, intelligent and intuitive to her client’s needs and wishes. I know her to be highly motivated and hardworking on behalf of her clients.
JACKIE HARVEY, hormone and nutrition expert at HelpForHormones.com
I have known Ms. Isaacson for over 10 years. She has a great interest in the connection between nutrition and good health. This knowledge has facilitated her own wellness journey. I believe she would be able to make valuable recommendations to those who are searching for better health through natural means.
DR. ROBERT J. EWING, ND; Clearbrook Naturopathic Clinic
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