Our Team

Holistic Care

Our team is built with a holistic approach, providing you with the most rounded care to assist you in bringing out your brightest self. 

Dr. Ellen Simone, ND

Naturopathic Doctor, Homeopath, Reiki Master

As a primary health care provider, Dr. Simone provides ongoing support throughout your healing journey.


Wellness Philosophy

Dr. Simone strongly believes that the body, mind and spirit are connected to your overall health and wellness. As a primary health care provider, her practice provides ongoing support throughout your healing journey. Her role as your Naturopathic Doctor is to assist you in discovering your needs, support you in personal growth and help you reach your health and wellness goals. With the belief that happiness and balance is possible for everyone, Dr. Simone strives to help her patients live happy, healthy and fulfilling lives.

Clinical Focus

Dr. Simone focuses on family wellness and has special interests in women’s health and mental health. She has experience with reproductive health, working with women through different phases in their lives; to regulate the menstrual cycle, ease PMS symptoms, optimize fertility, provide support during and after pregnancy, maintain breast health and welcome menopause. Dr. Simone also has experience with adrenal fatigue, stress management, preventing and treating burnout, chronic fatigue, anxiety, depression, insomnia and grief. Dr. Simone aims to provide a safe, supportive and understanding atmosphere while working with her patients to help them reflect, increase self-awareness, reconnect with their authentic selves, listen to their intuition and become empowered through growth and change.


Dr. Simone is a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and the Ontario College of Homeopathic Medicine. She holds a Bachelor Degree in Physical and Health Education from the University of Toronto.

License and Professional Associations

Dr. Simone holds a license and is a member in good standing with the College of Naturopaths of Ontario and the College of Homeopaths of Ontario. She is a member of the following professional associations: the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors, the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors and the Ontario Homeopathic Medical Association.

Dr. Jacquie Keeney, ND

Naturopathic Doctor

Wellness Philosophy

Dr. Keeney practices in deep alignment with the Naturopathic principle: Treat the Whole Person. She feels that it is important to understand not only a patient’s physical symptoms but also their environment, stresses and nature. Dr. Keeney believes that our busy modern lifestyle takes a toll on our immunity, nervous system, hormones and overall vitality. Her core approach emphasizes individualized medicine with unique treatment plans, tailored lab work, and Naturopathic modalities that best suit the patient’s needs.

Clinical Focus

Dr. Keeney has a diversified family practice and welcomes patients of all ages. She has treated many patients over the years, with a variety of health concerns and diagnoses. She has a special interest in digestive health, women’s health, pregnancy and chronic pain. Stress reduction and energy support are a common pillar in her practice, to ensure that patients have the vitality required to balance their state of health. Patients may request Acupuncture, counseling or Bowen Therapy as a specific approach to their care, in their first session.


Dr. Keeney has a bachelor’s degree from the University of Victoria and completed the Four Year Training Programme at the Gestalt Institute of Toronto, in group and individual therapy. She is a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto, and was presented with the Naturomedic.com award in 2006 for her pursuits in Gestalt psychotherapy and Naturopathic medicine.

License and Professional Associations

Dr. Keeney is a certified Naturopathic Doctor and Advanced Bowenwork practitioner. Over the years, she has taught the Canadian Health Food Association’s Certified Natural Products Advisor course and been a senior board member for FIMA, the Foundation for Integrated Medicine in Africa. She is registered with the College of Naturopaths of Ontario and is a member of the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors.ors.

Dr. Christine Rad

Doctor of Chiropractic


Dr. Rad graduated with a Bachelors in Kinesiology from the University of Toronto.  While there, she conducted research with the Toronto Fire Service in education-based musculoskeletal disorder prevention strategies.  She decided to further her education at the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College (CMCC) in Toronto where she graduated as a Doctor of Chiropractic.

Certification and Courses

Dr. Rad is also a Contemporary Medical Acupuncture Provider from McMaster University for the neurofunctional treatment of pain and dysfunction.  During her clinical internship at CMCC, she assisted Dr. Brad Muir in the practical sessions of his Peripheral Neural Dynamics:  Upper Limb course. She also completed the Concussion: prevention, detection, and management course presented by the University of Calgary and Université Laval collaboration.

Career Focus

Although a native Torontonian, Dr. Rad decided to begin her career in Ottawa, a city as diverse and stimulating as her clinical interests.  She has a special interest in concussion management, exercise therapy for osteoarthritis management, chiropractic care during pregnancy and the pediatric population as well as general physical rehabilitation for better function and living for all ages and demographics.

Christine is able to provide treatment in both English and Ukrainian.


Growing up, Dr. Rad was continually active. She played competitive soccer for 14 years, performed traditional Ukrainian dance for 16 years, attended Ukrainian Saturday school and graduated with Honours, played on multiple school teams throughout elementary and secondary school, and participated in intramural sports during her undergraduate studies.


Currently, Dr. Rad is actively learning about her new home in the city of Ottawa. She enjoys exploring new areas and spending time outdoors with her two huskies. Exploring the many green spaces Ottawa has to offer, trail running is a must for this trio. Working out at the gym is an activity she shares with her boyfriend.

Dr. Rad also enjoys reading a stimulating novel and always tries to learn something new, whether it is an activity, recipe or clinical condition. Staying up to date with research is a personal goal for her as she aims to excel in her field.

Evelyn Huer

Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncturist, Reflexologist & Laser Therapist

About Evelyn

Evelyn Huer is a Registered Acupuncturist with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture of Ontario. Through her studies she has developed a deep understanding and appreciation of the physical, energetic and emotional connections that affect the health and well-being. She uses the diagnostic principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine as well as studies in the area of orthopedics, sports injuries, chronic pain, stress reduction, and health and wellness across the lifespan.
Evelyn is also a Certified Reflexologist and has been a member of RRCO since 2009. She has a practical, professional approach to help clients achieve “their best possible balance”. Reflexology is a great, non-invasive way to promote and support physical and emotional health and well-being, to enhance recovery, training, or to support other treatments.
Evelyn is also trained in a technique of foot manipulation developed by Dr. Mahlon Locke and she incorporates this, as well as elements from her Swedish Massage and TuiNa training, into her practice.

“My interests include Dragon Boat racing, canoeing, and gardening in Spring and Summer. In Fall and Winter there is always strength training, a great book to read, new music to listen to, something to build or fix, or a new recipe to try out. There is, of course, a small menagerie of animals to tend to and they, along with my partner, make our house a home.”

Kelly Sabara

Reiki Master Teacher, doTERRA Education & Sales

About Kelly

Since 2006, Kelly has been practicing the ancient art of healing with Reiki.  Reiki helps one to deeply relax, take time for oneself, rest, recharge, and release energy in the body and mind that is no longer needed. This hands-on healing practice helps reduce everyday stress that often accumulates from our busy lifestyle. Once the body and mind achieve relaxation, positive changes occur, energies shift, and the client begins to feel better.
Kelly is a Reiki Master Teacher in two styles of Reiki. She began with the Traditional Usui Reiki lineage. After completing her Teacher degree, she learned Karuna Reiki. This style digs deeper into the emotions and helps to heal past traumas, releasing them with ease.  Kelly practices with both Usui and Karuna Reiki during a Reiki treatment, unless otherwise requested.

Self-treatment is important to Kelly because she can better serve her family, clients, and community when she feels better, balanced, and happy. She is a firm believer in a “practice what you preach” mentality.

In her spare time, Kelly loves going for walks with her son or playing in the park. She likes preparing a nice meal or baking a sweet treat. Knitting is a fun and relaxing hobby for Kelly. She enjoys chilling on the couch with a warm blanket and a cup of chamomile tea.


Kelly grew up in the Southern Most town in Canada. She enjoyed working on horse and crop farms as a young girl, as well as caring for her own little domestic animal farm at home. She appreciated hard work in the soil and often got her hands dirty and her feet wet. Kelly has an affinity for rocks that started in her childhood and continues to this day. She often uses crystals during her Reiki treatments.

Kelly is a Registered Nurse working part-time on an oncology unit. She began her nursing career in 2009 and has been dedicated to bedside patient care ever since.


A Wellness Advocate with doTERRA, Kelly enjoys using these essential oils on herself and her family as part of a daily self-care routine.  Kelly offers teaching sessions for her clients, helping them find natural solutions that are simple and promote healthy habit goals. Essential oils are found in plants, flowers, trees, and fruit; a vital component of their immunity. When we use essential oils, we can uplift our mood, boost our immune system, sleep better, ease pain, and so much more.

Emma Lui

Craniosacral Therapist, ThetaHealing® Practitioner

About Emma

Emma has long been interested in health and wellness. In her own process of healing from food sensitivities, burnout and (intergenerational) trauma, she finds Craniosacral Therapy and ThetaHealing® to be deeply restorative. She has completed Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (Level 2) and ThetaHealing (Advanced) training and loves using these modalities to support others in their healing process. As an empath, these come naturally to her as she has always been attuned to other people’s emotions and well-being.

She also sees personal health, the health of communities and the health of the planet as interconnected. She provides care with an awareness of the crises we face today including climate and water crises, racism, gender inequity and income inequality and how these can impact our well-being. The consumerist, grind culture of the capitalist system is not only wearing on our planet, but also wearing on our health and communities.

Emma is also studying holistic nutrition. Her belief that food is medicine is rooted in her Southern Chinese culture.

She is also a writer and water and social justice activist. She is passionate about water because of its beauty, power and ability to nourish, heal and sustain life.

In her spare time, Emma hikes, swims, gardens, reads and does work in her community on climate and other social justice issues.

Emma practices in Ottawa and near Wakefield, which are on the traditional, unceded territories of the Algonquin nation.


Emma’s Holistic Health services are beneficial for:

  • Anxiety
  • Processing major life events
  • Burnout
  • Sciatica
  • Depression
  • Stored emotions
  • Digestive disorders
  • Stress
  • Fatigue
  • Tension
  • Food sensitivities/allergies
  • Trauma (incl. intergenerational)
  • Headaches
  • Vertigo
  • Pain (neck, shoulder, back, etc.)
  • Other illnesses and conditions

Emma has a special interest in working with people experiencing burnout and trauma, including vicarious or intergenerational trauma. She works with parents, caregivers, activists as well as social workers, frontline workers and health care workers so that they can be their best selves for the people they serve.


Wellness Philosophy

Our bodies know how to heal themselves. It is based on this belief that Emma will support you to connect to your body’s natural ability to heal. She provides compassionate and restorative care that will get to the root of your symptoms and conditions.

She also provides care based on healing justice which incorporates how trauma, including intergenerational, historical and collective trauma, and systemic inequality impact individual and community health.

Celebrating the diversity of humans, she welcomes people of all sizes, races, ethnicities, gender identities, sexual orientation and abilities.

Emma also believes that health is a human right and offers sliding scale and discounted fees for people with low incomes. You can contact her to discuss fee options if you are on a low income.


Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy (BCST) is a type of bodywork that uses gentle touch along the sacrum, spine and head to help release tension, relieve pain and process emotions and memories stored deep in the body. BCST can help calm and shift your nervous systems from a Fight-Flight mode into Rest-Digest mode where your body does its healing.

Holistic Nutrition is the use of everyday nutrition and eating habits to improve your health. It is based on the interrelationship between your body, mind and spirit as well as your environment. Emma will work with you on a personalized plan to achieve your health goals.

ThetaHealing® is a technique used to transform limiting core beliefs, conditioning and patterns using a combination of meditation and dialogue. ThetaHealing® releases limiting beliefs and replaces them with healthy beliefs to make lasting changes to your health, relationships, family life, work and overall life.

Our team of holistic practitioners recognize the powerful and inherent healing ability of the person and support these intelligent natural processes with an individualized treatment plan.

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