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Kingston Integrated Healthcare Inc.

Kingston Integrated Healthcare Inc. Our team of 12 health professionals is here to guide our patients through the world of integrative h

Our healthcare professionals offer the following services:

Naturopathic Medicine

Registered Massage Therapy

Acupuncture

Osteopathy

Physiotherapy

Holistic nutrition and dietary counseling

Reiki & Bio-Energy Therapy

Ayurvedic bodywork and consultation

Shamanic Healing

Clinical Pharmacy

Laboratory testing for Lyme disease, allergies, digestion, hormones, and nutrient deficiencies

Professional health product dispensary

Referrals to other healthcare professionals who share our values

Operating as usual

Environmental sustainability is key to wellbeing and health resiliency. Receive up to $2000 for your community-focused c...
10/11/2022
Neighbourhood Climate Action Champions

Environmental sustainability is key to wellbeing and health resiliency. Receive up to $2000 for your community-focused climate-action project! Information session with the City of Kingston is scheduled for this Wednesday.

The City of Kingston is seeking local neighbourhood leaders to engage with residents on local environmental issues and inspire climate action. The Neighbourhood Climate Action Champions will inspire, motivate, and encourage other residents to undertake community-focused actions to support the City.....

A little reminder that we'll be closed Thanksgiving Monday.
10/07/2022

A little reminder that we'll be closed Thanksgiving Monday.

We hope that you have a wonderful upcoming weekend of delicious food and good company. We will be closed both Friday Oct...
10/04/2022

We hope that you have a wonderful upcoming weekend of delicious food and good company. We will be closed both Friday October 7th and Monday October 10, unless you have a previously scheduled appointment. We would would love to assist you this week, with your appointment bookings and replenishing your dispensary items, to ensure your long weekend is healthy and happy.

Today we honour residential school victims, survivors, and their families. We acknowledge our country's hidden history a...
09/30/2022
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation - Canada.ca

Today we honour residential school victims, survivors, and their families. We acknowledge our country's hidden history and a need for deep healing.

The National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is observed September 30. The day honours First Nations, Inuit and Métis Survivors and their families and communities and ensures that public commemoration of the tragic and painful history of residential schools is a vital component of the reconciliati...

Have you met Lisa yet? Whole-body healing includes our human spirit.
09/29/2022

Have you met Lisa yet? Whole-body healing includes our human spirit.

Spiritual healing brings us into alignment with our heart. It allows us to focus on the needs of our heart so we can move forward in our lives in a healthy way.
When we ignore the needs of our heart, the voice of our spirit, our authentic self, our well-being suffers, our relationships suffer, and our health suffers.

Spiritual Healing sessions available in person and virtually - link in Bio

Satsang meditation: A new in-person community group facilitated by Amber Potter. Tuesday evenings, starting this week!
09/11/2022
Satsang Meditation - Kingston Integrated Healthcare Inc.

Satsang meditation: A new in-person community group facilitated by Amber Potter. Tuesday evenings, starting this week!

Meditation group: Join Amber Potter for a weekly gathering of community, to share in the yogic practice of meditation and mantra.

Time as a substance! Have you ever considered time this way? If you have an interest in the Ayurvedic approach to health...
09/11/2022
Thoughts on TIME — Mona Warner | Timeless Wellbeing

Time as a substance! Have you ever considered time this way?

If you have an interest in the Ayurvedic approach to health and wellbeing, take a look at Mona's blog posts on her new website:

I find myself sitting here today, wondering where the summer went… How did that time go by so fast? And as I prepare for the fall, I am aware that my schedule (things in time) is going to be different than the summer. From my perspective, time is one of our most valuable resources. How we spend ou...

Toxic Sunscreen: The journal Nature recently published an article about how the common sunscreen ingredient oxybenzone, ...
05/11/2022
EWG's Guide to Safer Sunscreens

Toxic Sunscreen: The journal Nature recently published an article about how the common sunscreen ingredient oxybenzone, becomes toxic in sea water. The Environmental Working Group published some information about how toxic it might be for people too! We need more research that proves safety of this ingredient. Please choose your sunscreen carefully.
https://www.ewg.org/sunscreen/report/the-trouble-with-sunscreen-chemicals/

Active ingredients in sunscreens come in two forms, mineral and chemical filters. Each uses a different mechanism for protecting skin and maintaining stability in sunlight. Each may pose hazards to human health. The most common sunscreens on the market contain chemical filters. These products typica...

"One health." Environmental degradation impairs our own ability to heal. Please join expert Seth Klein, Sustainable King...
05/02/2022

"One health." Environmental degradation impairs our own ability to heal. Please join expert Seth Klein, Sustainable Kingston, and community organizers, for an important discussion about climate change and climate solutions. (Hosted by our public library.)

Be inspired by what Canada accomplished in another crisis - the Second World War - and what we can do together now to face the climate emergency.

Learn why emission reductions must take place on a personal and municipal level, gain insight into social justice and climate issues, and walk away with strategies to engage in climate solutions! If not now, when?

Join moderator Dan Hendry, Seth Klein, Earthub, Sustainable Kingston and community organizers May 16 at 7 p.m., online. Register now: http://ow.ly/YsyS50ITLVa

This Earth Day, we'd like to draw your attention to a fantastic local charity that supports healing of our planet throug...
04/22/2022
Loving Spoonful | Connecting People with Good Food

This Earth Day, we'd like to draw your attention to a fantastic local charity that supports healing of our planet through advocacy for food security, food literacy, community gardens, and much more! https://www.lovingspoonful.org/

Loving Spoonful connects people with good food across Kingston & Area. Working toward a healthier, more connected community, Loving Spoonful provides programs and champions policies affecting food security, poverty, social inclusion, and community health.

Just a little reminder that we're closed this Friday and upcoming Monday for the long weekend.
04/14/2022

Just a little reminder that we're closed this Friday and upcoming Monday for the long weekend.

Finishing up your taxes? Just a helpful reminder that eligible medical expenses include services offered by (and some eq...
04/13/2022
Authorized medical practitioners for the purposes of the medical expense tax credit - Canada.ca

Finishing up your taxes? Just a helpful reminder that eligible medical expenses include services offered by (and some equipment prescribed by) Naturopathic Doctors, Registered Acupuncturists, Registered Massage Therapists, Physiotherapists, Pharmacists, Speech Language Pathologists... most of our team here at KIHC!

https://www.canada.ca/en/revenue-agency/services/tax/individuals/topics/about-your-tax-return/tax-return/completing-a-tax-return/deductions-credits-expenses/lines-33099-33199-eligible-medical-expenses-you-claim-on-your-tax-return/authorized-medical-practitioners-purposes-medical-expense-tax-credit.html#wb-auto-4

This page list authorized medical practitioners by province or territory for the purposes of claiming medical expenses at lines 33099, 33199.

As the snow melts away, the debris of winter becomes quite visible. Pitch In Kingston is a wonderful annual event that h...
04/06/2022

As the snow melts away, the debris of winter becomes quite visible. Pitch In Kingston is a wonderful annual event that helps to bring the beauty of spring back just in time for World Earth Day on April 22. Follow the link below to register.

In 2019, the last year Sustainable Kingston organized this event, over 9,500 individuals collected an estimated 35 tonnes of waste. Sustainable Kingston received an award from Pitch-In Canada in recognition of this widespread community participation.

Let's see if we can beat it this year!

Register here: bit.ly/3Lrq6XE

Did you know that besides being a wonderful place to get all of your reading material,  Kingston Frontenac Public also o...
02/20/2022
Events - Kingston Frontenac Public Library

Did you know that besides being a wonderful place to get all of your reading material, Kingston Frontenac Public also offers workshops and other fun activities?

Check out their Black History Month Through Poetry and Prose contest to read beautiful poetry by local black authors.

Maybe sign up for Indigenous Canada, a 12-lesson course led by the Faculty of Native Studies at the University of Alberta and join the zoom discussion group to digest each week's lessons. There are so many opportunities to learn, engage, and grow.

You can find their list of events here: https://calendar.kfpl.ca/events?r=thismonth

Welcome to the Kingston Frontenac Public Library's online catalogue. Please use the form above to search our catalogue for books, music, movies and more.

02/19/2022
Gardening for beginners: Naturopathic strategies for planning and creating your first vegetable garden! Online, with Dr....
02/19/2022
Growing Nourishment: A Beginners Workshop to Growing Food

Gardening for beginners: Naturopathic strategies for planning and creating your first vegetable garden! Online, with Dr. Angela Hunt, ND. Registration is open!

Growing your own food is a major health upgrade. Learn the naturopathic strategies for planning and creating your first vegetable garden.

The month of February can feel very dull and long. A lovely way to enjoy the winter is to embrace it fully. Finding outd...
02/18/2022
Making Friends with the Cold: Top 10 Reasons to go on a Forest Therapy Walk in Winter

The month of February can feel very dull and long. A lovely way to enjoy the winter is to embrace it fully. Finding outdoor activities you enjoy can really brighten your mood and remind you that there are warmer days ahead.
In the article "Making Friends with the Cold: Top 10 Reasons to go on a Forest Therapy Walk in Winter", Cataraqui Conservation Senior Conservation Educator, Stana Luxford Oddie, shares her tips on how a Forest Therapy Walk can help you embrace the outdoors in mid-winter.
Little Cataraqui Conservation area has availability for upcoming Forest Therapy Walks.
https://cataraquiconservation.ca/blogs/2022-news/making-friends-with-the-cold-top-10-reasons-to-go-on-a-forest-therapy-walk-in-winter

Written by: Stana Luxford Oddie - Cataraqui Conservation Senior Conservation Educator. I love winter! I love it so much that my partner and I even got married in the snow in the middle of winter. The irony is that I also love being warm. I am that person, even indoors, who has an extra sweater on, s...

We are so fortunate to have so many wonderful CSAs in our area. If you have ever considered signing up for a CSA program...
02/15/2022

We are so fortunate to have so many wonderful CSAs in our area. If you have ever considered signing up for a CSA program or if you want to know more, read this post from our friends at Loving Spoonful.

Community Supported Agriculture: More than just good food!

Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) models are an innovation supporting the necessary shift in food cultures we talk so much about. This means short, transparent distribution chains, and more direct marketing of whole foods between farmers and eaters. Localized markets naturally incentivize farmers to implement more sustainable and ecologically-sound practices, because consumers care deeply about land management practices in their own backyards.

In a CSA program, eaters pay their local farmer up-front at the beginning of the year, and then receive regular deliveries of food throughout the growing season. It’s a win-win situation - eaters receive a discount on the fresh, local food they are purchasing, and farmers receive a level of economic security that does not exist in conventional capitalist markets.

By receiving payment in the winter, before the growing season begins, the farmer starts the year with cash in the bank to purchase seeds and other inputs and to cover labour costs. Agriculture has always been a high-risk industry, as yields (and profits) are highly dependent on uncontrollable forces such as weather and pest pressure. With CSA, the investment risks are not concentrated on the farmer alone, but distributed amongst the entire customer base. It is a model of economic solidarity, allowing farmers to invest in the land, in their workers and in their communities.

Beyond providing a solution to the multiple crises society faces, CSAs are a delicious, fun and affordable way to eat! When you receive your weekly or biweekly share of the harvest, you are getting the freshest, tastiest seasonal produce possible. It will expand your palate and culinary abilities as you learn to use new types of vegetables. Most farms provide their CSA members with descriptions of any unfamiliar vegetables, recipe ideas, storage tips and so on. And while there is a common misconception that local food is more expensive, CSAs are a very affordable way to increase your vegetable intake, as subscriptions can be anywhere from 10-25% cheaper than retail prices. Many farms also offer sliding-scale pricing or instalment payment options to ensure financial accessibility.

Many of the CSA farmers listed below are also highly active in the broader social justice and food sovereignty movements. Investing in a CSA is an investment in your community!

You can purchase a CSA share from any of the following farms, but hurry- they sell out quickly!

Root Radical CSA - https://rootradicalrows.com/

The Kitchen Garden - http://www.thekitchengarden.ca/csa.html

Roots Down Organic Farm - https://www.rootsdown.ca/

Charlie’s Acres - https://www.charliesacres.ca/

Rooted Oak Farm - https://www.rootedoak.ca/

Patchwork Gardens - winter CSA only - https://www.patchworkgardens.ca/

Salt of the Earth Farm - https://saltofkingston.com/

Main Street Urban Farm - https://www.mainstreeturbanfarm.ca/

Picture from Root Radical CSA

Sustainable Kingston is asking for our help! They're trying to raise $20,000 to create 4 carbon-reducing Rain Gardens in...
02/15/2022
Kingston Community Climate Action Fund - Donate - City of Kingston

Sustainable Kingston is asking for our help!

They're trying to raise $20,000 to create 4 carbon-reducing Rain Gardens in our community. They have about 6 weeks to raise these funds!

Donations are being collected by the City's Kingston Community Climate Action Fund, or can be made through CanadaHelps.org. https://www.cityofkingston.ca/city-hall/projects-construction/community-climate-action-fund/donate

Looking for a way to take real, local, and measurable climate action? Donate to the Kingston Community Climate Action Fund (KCCAF) and support registered charities and non-profits within our city as they work to reduce community greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. Gifts of $20 and more made at a Kingsto...

Or have you tried these yet?! Beeswax wraps are reusable cloths that keep your cut fruit and avocados fresh in your lunc...
02/10/2022

Or have you tried these yet?!

Beeswax wraps are reusable cloths that keep your cut fruit and avocados fresh in your lunch much longer! They're also an excellent replacement for saran wrap on leftovers. Available at KIHC.

Have you tried these? Not only are these laundry strips fragrance-free, hypoallergenic, and environmentally-sustainable ...
02/08/2022

Have you tried these?

Not only are these laundry strips fragrance-free, hypoallergenic, and environmentally-sustainable - but they actually work! (For front loaders, add them to the dispenser rather than in with your clothes.) Now available at KIHC. (Ask us for a sample if you'd like to try them out!)

02/04/2022
Are the pipes in your home made of lead? Here's a quick and easy way to find out! https://apps.npr.org/find-lead-pipes-i...
01/27/2022
Find lead pipes in your home

Are the pipes in your home made of lead? Here's a quick and easy way to find out!

https://apps.npr.org/find-lead-pipes-in-your-home/en/

(Lead is stored in the body and higher lifetime exposure is correlated to cognitive concerns, neurological illness, heart and kidney disease.)

Do bring water into your home? Find out in 10 minutes. All you’ll need is a key and a magnet.

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01/13/2022
Daily Mindfulness

Our Shamanic Healing Practitioner, Lisa, shared this post about mindfulness and maintaining our well-being

Did you know? Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive material in many Kingston homes. Chronic exposure is linked to ...
01/08/2022
Detectors & Meters

Did you know? Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive material in many Kingston homes. Chronic exposure is linked to lung cancer and a few other health conditions. Our KFL&A Public Library has a radon meter you can borrow to screen for higher levels in your home (usually between January and April).

https://www.kfpl.ca/library-services/detectors-meters

Radon Detectors Corentium Home radon detectors are available for loan to help you assess the risk of exposure in your home. This program is offered in partnership with KFL&A Public Health. Long-term radon exposure can caused serious health issues, including lung cancer.

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Tuesday 9am - 5pm
Wednesday 9am - 5pm
Thursday 9am - 5pm
Friday 9am - 5pm

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What do you need to feel well again? The answer will be as unique as you are, and we find that the best approach is an integrative approach. Whole-person care often requires a team of health professionals, each skilled in a different aspect of health and healing. It’s why we opened our doors 10 years ago, and one of the many reasons we’re passionate about what we do. Naturopathic Medicine Physiotherapy

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Here, a very energized conversation with Kingston Integrated Healthcare Inc.'s newest addition, Quantum Reiki and Shamanic pracitioner Lisa Sabatini.

We manage to cover the fields of communication, nature, healing, quantum science, and interconnectedness...mostly through me prompting Lisa with questions and her providing very thought-provoking answers!

Check out the latest the Possibility Project interview here https://share.transistor.fm/s/05d20d85

Episode 3 of the Sustainably.eco podcast, Indigenous Participation in the Green Economy/Climate Change and Health, is here!!

Our third episode features an interview with JP Gladu about Indigenous participation in the Green Economy. Former President and CEO of Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business and current Chancellor of St. Paul's University College at the University of Waterloo, JP Gladu is Anishinaabe and a member of Bingwi Neyaashi Anishinaabek First Nation. We also spoke with Dr. Sonya Nobbe, Naturopathic Doctor and Director of Kingston Integrated Healthcare Inc.. We spoke about the link between climate change and health and why it's important for her as a business owner to prioritize sustainability.

This episode is sponsored by KEYS Job Centre and C3inc.

Links to podcast:

Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/search/sustainably.ecohttps://podcasts.google.com/search/sustainably.eco

Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3Igkd9XMVgiEGt2gmvjPMM

Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-sustainably-eco-podcast/id1520446502?fbclid=IwAR2xmNGt6Jn2y9_N6TqExFdOG5Q0ID2j-jqLCK5qSe5NB_XHwX5aPIUXzZA
Our second podcast episode is here!!!!

This episode of The sustainably.eco Podcast is about all things locally sourced. We chatted with Mara Shaw, Executive Director of the National Farmers Union who talked about some of the barriers to getting more locally-grown food to market, how farmers have adapted to the pandemic, and some reasons for optimism. We also spoke to Rudi Mogl owner of Tara Natural Foods who helped explained the issue from the retailer perspective.

This episode was sponsored by James Reid Funeral Home, Crematorium & Reception Centre and Kingston Integrated Healthcare Inc.

Listen now:
Google Podcasts: https://podcasts.google.com/search/sustainably.eco
Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3Igkd9XMVgiEGt2gmvjPMM
Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/ca/podcast/the-sustainably-eco-podcast/id1520446502
Check out this book review and interview by Kingston Integrated Healthcare Inc.! Host Sarah Knight talks trees with world renowned Canadian botanist, biochemist, visionary, and truly “renegade scientist”, Diana Beresford-Kroeger.

Read more here: https://kihc.ca/book-review-to-speak-for-the-trees/
EXCITING NEWS! We are hiring! Are you a Registered Physiotherapist looking for an amazing place to work? Are you looking to learn, grow and create a meaningful, gratifying practice? Check out the details here:
https://moveauthentically.ca/career-opportunities/
EXCITING NEWS! We are hiring! Are you a Registered Physiotherapist looking for an amazing place to work? Are you looking to learn, grow and create a meaningful, gratifying practice? Check out the details here:
https://moveauthentically.ca/career-opportunities/
2nd Day of Resolutions is... HEALTH

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We did it! We had a lot of great conversations surrounding mental wellness and raised some money for AMHS-KFLA! Our "Let's Warm Up the Conversation" event was a wonderful success and we wanted to extend our gratitude to everyone who played a part in it.

Thank you to the management and staff of Tent and Table Rentals, as well as Limestone Music, who supplied with us with the equipment necessary to have everyone heard and seated comfortably! Your support was very much appreciated! Thank you also to all businesses who contributed gift certificates and items for our raffle draw. You have some serious fans here!

Thank you to all of our participants, including Dr. Angela Hunt from Kingston Integrated Healthcare Inc., Laurissa Tassielli of DeeplyLiving, Rebecca Wiedmann of Medi-Green Cannabis Clinic, Caitlyn Chisamore and Cory Firth of DOSE (https://dosebreath.com) , Lisa Marie Gierak of Soul Academy, Terry and Tanya from Maltby Centre, Joan Boyd from The Centre, Barb Mundell from Bereaved Families of Ontario Kingston Region, Stephanie Wheeler of Circles Kingston, Michaela Doolittle and Lisa Robitaille of Mercury Massage Therapy, Courtney O'Connor of Infused Nutrition with Courtney O'Connor RHN and, of course, Terra Smith of . You were all fantastic and provided extremely important and relevant information!

Lastly, a big thanks to Kyle O'Brien, Amanda Henderson, Amanda Harper, DJ Ribeiro and Rachel Barcier for all of their hard work in helping with the planning and ex*****on of this event!
The World Health Organizations calls climate change the "greatest threat to global health" of this century. Your health, the health of your family and community, depend on the health of our environment. I encourage you to support our city's efforts and identify essential and simple ways to participate.
Member Monday! Check out Kingston Integrated Healthcare Inc.'s 10-day Sustainability Challenge.

Look for this decal around town! Only businesses who are taking measurable action towards a more sustainable future will have it in their window! Visit sustainably.eco for more information.

Tara Natural Foods Queen's University Frontenac Club Inn Trek Bicycle Kingston Trailhead Kingston Rogers & Trainor Commercial Realty Inc. SLC Sustainability Hub Keystone Property Management Inc Tri-Art Manufacturing Inc The City of Kingston The Tea Room Homestead Land Holdings Ltd Kingston Integrated Healthcare Inc. Art Noise Daltco Electric & Supply (1979) Ltd Agnew JE Food Services LTD Stone Mills Cleaning Services Gordon's Downsizing & Estate Services Ltd. Weller Pharmacy Queen's University Sustainability Office Toast & Jam Bread and Butter Bakery
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