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About Us

Ohana Wellness Clinic

Welcome to Ohana Wellness Clinic!  The word ‘Ohana’ is the Hawaiian word for family and at Ohana Wellness Clinic our philosophy is to provide a canopy of care for the whole family.  We are dedicated in providing treatments for all ages, from infants to adults. Under our canopy of services you’ll find the treatment that best suits you.

  • Massage Therapy treatment for an injury, relaxation, TMJ Dysfunction or prenatal massage.
  • Naturopathy to address colds and flus, hormonal imbalances, digestive complaints and overall health.
  • Acupuncture for overall health, digestion, insomnia, injuries, fertility and pregnancy.
  • Nutrition Counselling for pregnant moms, picky toddlers and those interested in optimizing nutrition for athletic performance or weight loss.
  • Psychotherapy / Counselling for those experiencing challenges in life, postpartum depression, coping during grief and managing stress and anxiety.
  • Lactation Consulting for new Mother’s experiencing challenges with breastfeeding.
  • Birth Doula to support Mother’s before, during and after childbirth.

We have the right person for you!  Contact us directly or using our booking calendar here.

Our Approach

Our client-centered approach assesses each person individually to adequately address their needs.  We have a team of professionals whom are passionate about the modalities they provide and work collaboratively to give you the best care for your needs.

Our logo not only embodies Ohana but also the Monkeypod tree.  This striking tree is known for its giant umbrella shaped crown which provides shelter, nourishment and health to the plants and animals living beneath it.  The canopy has a unique feature allowing the leaves to gently fold in the evenings collecting moisture, and thereby opening during the day providing water to the grass and plants below.  Like us, at Ohana Wellness Clinic, we strive to provide heath and well-being to those seeking our services from under our canopy of care.

About Us October 2, 2015