Angel is a Registered Acupuncturist and the Director of Marketing for The Chinese Medicine & Acupuncture Association of Canada-NS Chapter. She is the owner of Halifax Acupuncture & Holistic Health Centre as well as Angels' Essentials-Spirituality, Health & Fine Art. Angel has a genuine passion for alternative therapies and is the Founder of the annual Halifax Body, Mind
& Spirit Expo; an event comprised of over
100 local like minded exhibitors.
Angel is a life long student that has undergone extensive training with spiritual teachers and Master healers from all over the world, spending most of her "spare" time in the classroom. Angel is former graduate of NSCAD University, Professional Aromatherapist, Sri Sri Yoga Instructor, Certified Angel Card Reader, has a Major in Psychology from Saint Mary's University and attended two years of a Masters in Counselling program specializing in Art Therapy from Athabasca University in Calgary.
Angel facilitates numerous 'New Age' courses online and in person in occult subjects like Astrology, Tarot, Crystal Healing, Psychic Development and Yoga. Helping others connect to their true nature and purpose in life is Angel's main focus as an educator. She’s currently writing an oracle card deck to help guide people towards their true selves. She hopes to launch her intuitive card deck late this fall.
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Crystal provides holistic counselling services to adolescent and adults in the Halifax/HRM area. She helps clients manage anxiety, depression, relationship
issues, grief/loss, emotional disturbances, stress, life transitions and more. Through a person-centered, trauma informed, culturally sensitive approach,
Crystal provides a safe and compassionate atmosphere. She believes there is no single approach that is the “right” one for every individual, therefore her
framework is eclectic. Crystal draws from a mindful, psychosomatic, emotionally focussed, cognitive and solution focused therapies attuning to the specific needs of each individual. She is convinced that a deep sense of meaning and purpose in life, together with
a sense of belonging is a foundational importance to overall well-being, and to achieving a sense of acceptance, integration and wholeness. Crystal strongly
believes her clients are the expert of themselves and as such she helps them access their inner wisdom.
To Book an Appointment with Crystal:
902. 499. 4555
Kate Phillips (she/her) is here to help you discover and explore the medicine within, through Thai Massage, Swedish Massage, Tok Sen Tapping, Sarga Bodywork and stretching.
Kate has always had an entrepreneurial spirit, selling her homemade socks and bags at the farmers market every Saturday when she was a teen, and later, in 2009 graduating with her Bachelor in Business Administration from the University of New Brunswick. After University and many years working for a bank Kate felt called to travel the world. In South East Asia she had the privilege of experiencing many forms of body work, which inspired her to come back to Nova Scotia to study massage therapy, knowing eventually she wanted to focus her practice on learning the 5000 year old medicine that is Thai Massage.
Since graduating from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2017, Kate has never stopped learning and growing in her field, completing continuing education courses in Traditional Thai Stretch, Ayurvedic Thai Massage, Cupping, and most recently a Hawaiian myofascial barefoot style of massage called Sarga Bodywork.
Kate's dynamic treatment style incorporates deep tissue release, fascial stretching and energy clearing, creating space for the mind and body to unite in breath.
Kate has worked in many different massage environments, but has now settled into an independent practice at the Harvard Street Healing Arts Centre, where she hopes to create a safe space for all humans.
In her spare time you can find Kate exploring the forest, dancing in wide open spaces under the sky, and discovering new ways to connect the mind and body to this earth. It is important to her to acknowledge this beautiful land, that has given her so much healing energy, as the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi'kmaq people.
Kate will always be seeking what's next and working hard on her own self care so she can better help clients on their own healing journey.
Carey Coffin is the proprietor of an eponymous massage therapy studio that operates based on the "fundamental interconnectedness of all things." She specialises in desk-job-related soreness and dance/circus injuries. At ICT Northumberland College, Carey was awarded the MTWPAM Wholistic Therapist Award upon her graduation in 2019, and is a member in good standing with the Massage Therapy Association of Nova Scotia. Her therapeutic toolbox includes myofascial release, deep tissue therapy, Swedish massage, Suikodo™ (a gentle, exploratory technique that affects neuromuscular meridians), and movement-informed homecare suggestions. She believes massage is for every body, and is LGBTQ+, BIPOC, and fat friendly. She is excited for future opportunities to learn new techniques and broaden her experience.
Aside from her wholistic detective massage therapy work, Carey is a bellydancer, knitting designer, leatherworker, hula hooper, fire eater, costume designer, and voracious book reader.
Nicole is an Acupuncture practitioner in Halifax NS. She enjoys singing, writing music, any type of seafood and spending time with friends and family. Her passion for mental and emotional health led her to complete a 3 year Diploma Program in Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM ) at Canadian College of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine. Nicole uses compassion, reiki energy and wisdom to empower patients about their health. She is motivated by the change she sees in people as they continue on their journey to health and wellness and looks forward to working on that path with you. Although, acupuncture can be used to treat a wide variety of conditions, she has been particularly interested in fertility, menstrual related issues as well as mental health although she loves seeing clients coming in for acupuncture for general health and wellness. Nicole is also a huge fan of facial rejuvenation because it’s the best of both worlds, bring out your natural beauty from the inside out.
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Heather grew up in a small community in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley and now calls Halifax home.
She graduated from a 2200 hour program at the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy in 2003 and has been practicing ever since. Even though Heather works in Halifax she still brings a small town feel to her clinic and offers high-standard massage therapy treatment in her practice. She has been a Registered Massage Therapist and member in good standing with the Massage Therapy Association of Nova Scotia (MTANS) since 2003. She opened her own massage therapy clinic, Halifax Therapeutic Massage, in 2012 after working over 8 years at Natural Means Massage Therapy.
Heather has over 18 years of experience in the massage therapy profession and has worked for the Objective Structured Clinical Evaluation (NS Board Exam) 2009-2012, was a clinic supervisor at Eastern College 2017, and started volunteering in July 2019 as a committee member at MTANS to take a more active role within the profession as whole. In her massage therapy practice she focuses on keeping up to date within her profession to give her clients a high standard of care. Heather has a professional and personal interest in chronic pain and the biopsychosocial approach since being diagnosed with a connective tissue disorder. She understands personally the difficulty in managing chronic pain and takes a proactive and preventative approach in her own life and is happy to share her knowledge with her clients to help them reach their goals to better health and well-being.
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