Wellness Centre


Allison Creech, M.Ed, N.D. doctor of naturopathic medicine

In keeping with the philosophy of Moksha yoga, Allison offers individualized treatment designed to promote wellness and conscious living. You will learn how to work with your body’s natural healing abilities and how to reach your health goals.
As a licensed naturopathic doctor with a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology, Allison offers her expertise in counseling and mind-body medicine as part of her naturopathic consultations. Allison has been on faculty at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine since 2003 and is a contributing author to a textbook on the foundations of naturopathic medicine. She is available for individual appointments and will also be leading small-group seminars at Moksha Yoga Downtown.You can reach Allison at 416-648-8508 or dr.allison.nd@gmail.com

Join us for the last ACUPUNCTURE for DEEP RELAXATION session of 2017!
Sunday, Dec 9 from 3:30-4:45, $25.
Relax in a small-group environment, enjoy the benefits of extended savasana, and receive an acupuncture treatment designed to balance your energy systems and activate a deep connection within.  Flow with a guided meditation into a place of harmony and wellbeing.
Pre-registration is encouraged; bring your mat and wear comfortable clothes.  No prior experience with acupuncture is necessary,


Jennifer Lloyd, Registered Massage Therapist 

Owner of rmt studio and Registered Massage Therapist, Jennifer Lloyd has been treating a multitude of clients for the last nine years in a variety of settings from multidisciplinary clinics alongside naturopaths and chiropractors, to backstage, with musicians, dancers, and wrestlers. Three years ago, Jennifer opened her own studio and has been working in private practice ever since. She is trained in Swedish massage and believes in individualized treatments to promote and enhance wellness. Whether you are struggling with chronic pain, an acute injury, or need a treatment to decompress and relax, Jennifer will welcome you and provide you with personalized care.
For now, visit her website  for more information at:  rmtstudio.com
Connect with her online:
twitter – @rmtstudio


Jackie SzaboCranioSacral Therapist

Jackie’s passion for movement as a yoga teacher led her to the exploration of subtle energy through CranioSacral Therapy. An energy worker at heart, Jackie has found a balance for her scientific mind. She is certified in CranioSacral Therapy 1, CranioSacral Therapy 2, SomatoEmotional Release 1 and SomatoEmotional Release 2 with the Upledger Institute. She is naturally intuitive in this work, and creates a safe space to explore deeper levels of the body-mind-heart connection.

She has office hours at Moksha Downtown on Monday evening and Friday. CRANIO INTAKE FORM

For now, visit her website  for more information at:  jackieszabo.com
Contact her by email: jackie@mokshayogadowntown.com
Connect with her online: twitter – @jackieszabo


Bridget Ross, N.D. Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine

Dr. Bridget offers a heart-centered approach to gentle, effective care. She works collaboratively with patients to address the health of body, mind, and spirit. Dr. Bridget has a general family practice with a special interest in mental-emotional heath, women’s health, pediatrics and fertility. She also holds certification as a Birth Doula and has additional training in energetic health and medical intuition.  Her practice includes mental-emotional counseling, guided imagery & meditation, botanical medicine (herbs), nutraceuticals, homeopathic medicine, diet/lifestyle changes, and acupuncture. She believes education and personal understanding are behind feeling empowered about your health and that empowerment is the bridge between you and a vibrant life. Dr. Bridget holds office hours at Moksha on Wednesdays and Thursdays and can be reached at bridgetrossnd@gmail.com

Wellness in December: The bittersweet behind sugar
by Dr. Bridget Ross, ND; providing naturopathic care with an office upstairs at MYD

As we move into the holiday season, the sugary temptations are at an all time high. Gingerbread, fruit cake, sugar cookies, candy canes – you name it!
Benefits of reducing sugar intake include: mood improvements, weight control, and decreased pain/inflammation & energy maintenance to name a few. That’s not to say you can’t enjoy this season with the occasional treat, but keep the facts listed below in mind to help reduce temptation.
1) Sugar actively suppresses the immune system by preventing white blood cells from doing their job. It can take hours after consuming a sugary treat for you body to bounce back to normal.
2) Approximately 20% of calories from a typical North American diet is derived from added sugars, which is equal to about 40 teaspoons per day!
3) Sugar in a known inflammatory food. Symptoms like depression and anxiety are thought to be directly linked to sugar consumption due to inflammation in the brain & nervous system.
Instead of refined sugars, consume natural sugar containing foods like berries, citrus & honey. Below is a clean recipe to satisfy your holiday sweet tooth:
Chocolate Pudding
2 ripe avocados
40g cocoa powder
1/4 unsweetended milk substitute (rice, almond etc.)
1 tsp vanilla
1-2 tbsp natural sweetener (maple syrup or honey)
* Blend & serve with berries on top
Winter Wellness Event:  Tis the Season to Feel Blah!
Naturopathic doctor Bridget Ross will talk about the winter blues and help you learn what you can do to start feeling like YOU again!
$10, Sunday Dec 3 from 2-3pm.
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Have you ever been curious about how to treat a health concern naturally, but aren’t sure what steps to take?
Email: bridgetrossnd@gmail.com to book your complimentary visit.
For more about Dr. Bridget and her practice at Moksha Yoga Downtown, please visit:

Dr. Bridget’s Website (www.bridgetrossnd.com)

Naturopathic perspectives on whole-person wellness by Dr. Bridget Ross, ND and Allison Creech, M.Ed, ND
office upstairs at Moksha Yoga Downtown