Paulette Weal (She/Her) is a registered massage therapist with over 16 years experience.
Paulette’s certifications and experience include treating various chronic pain conditions like TMJ Disorder, chronic pelvic pain and disorder, Fibromyalgia, Degenerative Disc Disease and Osteoarthritis. She also has extensive experience working with motor vehicle accident victims, various neurological conditions, pregnancy massage, sports massage and remedial exercise. She practices Swedish massage, deep tissue massage and Active Release Therapy.
The experiences that led Paulette to take electives in Personal Training and Sports massage, most importantly, being a figure skater and being a mother of two very successful gymnasts.
Both daughters competed at the national level and her eldest has worked as an acrobatic artist performing with Cirque Du Soleil and her youngest is a successful highland dancer. Paulette has gained invaluable experience, both as a mother and a massage therapist, through the experiences of her daughter’s athletic journeys.
Paulette also freely shares her personal experiences with Celiac Disease with her clients. Because of her background in health care and motivation to discover as much as possible about celiac disease and the best ways to live with it Paulette has a wealth of knowledge and resources to share.
Paulette graduated from the 2200 hour massage therapy program at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy and is a member of MTANS.
R.Ac, dip.TCM, B.A.
Lisa (She/Her) has been an acupuncturist for 7 years, receiving a three year diploma of Acupuncture from the Canadian College of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine in Victoria, BC, the oldest Chinese medicine school in Canada. Lisa completed her fourth year of study with high honours at Pacific Rim College, from which she received her diploma of Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2011.
Lisa became a certified practitioner after successfully completing the British Columbia board exams. She is now a member of the Nova Scotia Association of Acupuncture.
Prior to her studies of Chinese Medicine, Lisa obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Psychology from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax. Passionate about health, Lisa worked in the health care field as a support worker for physical and mental health. She also spent time traveling and living in Europe, and teaching in South Korea.
Lisa believes in treating each person holistically and according to their own constitution and has seen amazing results in doing so.
Lisa successfully treated cases of chronic pain, gynecological disorders including infertility, digestive disorders, and insomnia, among many other health issues. She uses a combination of acupuncture, Chinese herbs, diet therapy, tui na massage, cupping therapy, gua sha and electro-stimulation to treat her patients.
Lisa is known as being personable, compassionate and thorough, always taking the time to get to know her patients and develop a treatment plan tailored to each specific case.
R.Ac, dip.TCM, B.A.
Manual Osteopathic Practitioner
Mhairi (She/Her) is a Manual Osteopathic Practitioner and an RMT. She had been treating people of all ages as a registered massage therapist for over 20 years and has moved happily onward to focus her considerable knowledge and skills on manual osteopathy.
Her gentle approach and precise palpation have helped many clients recover from all kinds of musculo-skeletal injuries and stress-related conditions. She has finished 5 years of training in manual osteopathy with the Canadian College of Osteopathy and is a D.O.M.P. (manual osteopathic practitioner). She is a member in good standing of the OAO and the NSAO.
Mhairi is currently working Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. She no longer sees clients for massage therapy treatments.
Manual Osteopathic Practitioner
Dr. Leanne Camp
Dr. Leanne Camp, DC graduated from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in 2003 with her Doctor of Chiropractic. She is a member of the Canadian Chiropractic Association and the Nova Scotia College of Chiropractors (NSCC) and volunteered for several years as a member of the Council of the NSCC.
Prior to attending Chiropractic College, Dr. Leanne graduated from Dalhousie University with Bachelor of Science degrees in both Biology and Kinesiology. She participated in a year abroad program to the South of France through Dalhousie and does speak some French. It was during her time at Dalhousie that she discovered a desire to pursue a career in healthcare and she chose to become a chiropractor.
Upon completion of her studies, she returned home to Nova Scotia where she has worked in various multidisciplinary clinics, working with a wide range of health professionals in a collaborative setting. She enjoys working with a wide range of conditions including treatment and rehabilitation of the low back, mid-back and neck related injuries, as well as conditions of the lower and upper limbs.
She finds it rewarding to help people achieve a higher level of function and well-being. This includes those at many different levels; from those participating in sport at a high level, to those looking to decrease pain or increase movement.
Dr. Camp enjoys staying active and participating in a wide range of activities including swimming, hiking, biking and getting outside with her husband and son.
Dr. Leanne Camp
Sonya (she/her) graduated from the 2200hr massage and hydrotherapy program at ICT Northumberland college and has been practicing massage therapy for ten years. When she is not busy helping clients reach their wellness goals, she can be found with her nose in a book, a paint brush in her hand or on the back of a horse.
Sonya has experience treating a wide range of conditions using many different treatment techniques. Some of these techniques include myofascial release, Suikodo, cupping, trigger point therapy, and deep tissue massage. She is a member of MTANS and welcomes both new and returning clients to her table.
Robert "Dylan" Stewart
Robert “Dylan” Stewart (he/him) graduated from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH) following completion of the 2200-hour Massage Therapy program.
Dylan has a great interest in treating all conditions, especially sports medicine, incorporating a whole-body approach in treatment, and using many modalities and techniques. He has an interest in addictions and in treating troubled youth. Dylan’s main goal while treating is to focus on the person as a whole and incorporate self-healing into massage. He believes this is how he can help facilitate the patient on their personal healing journey.
Dylan has training in Guasha, Cupping Therapy, Indian Head Massage, as well as Jadestone Therapy. He is a member in good standing of the Massage Therapists Association of Nova Scotia (MTANS).
Whatever your health concern is, Dylan can come up with the ideal treatment for you
Robert "Dylan" Stewart
NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS – Chris (She/Her) recognizes that it is sometimes challenging to feel a sense of purpose and to feel connected to your life and to others around you. People often seek counselling when they are feeling overwhelmed or are looking for ways to heal from the past. Chris’s approach to counselling is a collaborative one that meets clients where they are. She works with clients to identify goals and strategies for reaching those goals.
Chris uses a relational, client-centred approach to counselling that integrates strategies from Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, Strengths-based approaches rooted in neuroscience, and those that are attachment-based and trauma-informed. Chris identifies as a member of the 2SLGBTQIA+ community and she has experience working with diverse clients in areas such as anxiety, depression, gender identity, sexuality, life transitions, relationships, and stress management.
Chris is a Registered Counselling Therapist Candidate (RCT-C) with the Nova Scotia College of Counselling Therapists and a Canadian Certified Counsellor (CCC) with the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association. Chris holds a Master’s degree in Counselling from Acadia University. Additionally, she has completed a Master’s degree in Educational Psychology, Human Relations, from Mount Saint Vincent University, a Bachelor of Education degree from Acadia University, and a Bachelor of Science degree with First Class Honours in Psychology from Dalhousie University. Chris has experience in the field of education and leadership. She holds a level 1 certification in Emotionally Focused Individual Therapy and has completed specialized training in the Integrative Trauma and Attachment Treatment Model as well as Teletherapy.
Chris is currently available on Saturdays and Monday evenings for in-person or virtual counselling sessions.
Trauma can affect our relationships and our sense of who we are, but we do not need to stay stuck in distress. Working to find a sense of meaning, reconnecting with the truth of our present moment, and untangling unhelpful narratives can help us reconnect with our authentic selves, making space for greater healing.
Natalia (she/her) works with a variety of individuals, and gravitates towards adults who want to address the impacts of trauma, oppression, grief and end of life. Together, you and her can build a space that allows you both to connect with the depth of your experience, offering you greater access to your emotional and embodied self.
Natalia works from a liberatory lens informed by queer and feminist theories, anti-racism, trauma-informed practices and community-based healing. She integrates client-centered, existential, body-based and cognitive modalities to support each person’s unique needs.
Natalia is a Registered Counselling Therapist Candidate (RCT-C) and a member of the Nova Scotia College of Counselling Therapists and the Canadian Counselling and Psychotherapy Association.
She looks forward to hearing from you and working together!
NOT CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW CLIENTS
(She/Her) I am an RMT and Artist living and working in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. I work with my patients to address tension, pain, and to calm the nervous system using Swedish Massage and myofascial techniques. I am a member of the Massage Therapists Association of Nova Scotia (MTANS).
While at the Canadian College of a Massage and Hydrotherapy (CCMH), I completed specialized training in the Pregnancy and Neurology clinics the College offers. I received one-on-one instruction on pre- and post-natal treatments, and on conditions that originate in and/or affect the brain and spinal cord. Since graduating from CCMH, I have undergone additional training in CranioSacral Therapy from the Upledger Institute, Cupping Massage, and most recently my level 2 Reiki. I would be happy to give you more information on those modalities and incorporate them into your treatment with your expressed consent.
I am so grateful for my patients at Natural Path Wellness and welcome members of the LGBTQ+ community, Black, Indigenous, people of colour, as well as neurodivergent individuals. Anyone who needs a safe space to allow the innate wisdom of their body to heal itself is welcome in my treatment room.
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