July 2015 Update


As of July 7, 2015, the business condo is sold and I am free of the fire issues. What a relief for me and my staff – Barbara and Laura. They have been a tremendous support for the last 26 months along with many friends and relations.

I have just returned from the CAND Health Fusion Convention in Calgary where I spoke on “Using Naturopathic Manual Therapies to Address Metabolic Cellular Stasis.” The talk went well and I am looking forward to doing more teaching in the years to come.

My next trip is to the Gros Morne Park area in western Newfoundland where I will be mentoring Joanie Cranston, PT, in her Physiotherapy Clinic at The Old Cottage Hospital in Norris Point for 5 days. I will also be relaxing for 10 days in Woody Point, breathing the freshest air in the world, walking on gorgeous trails and eating lots of fresh fish.

I look forward to having a year of recuperating, and beginning writing and teaching, as well as clinical work 3 days per week with clients. I will keep you posted.

Be well.
Dr. Verna Hunt, BSc DC ND

By |July 6th, 2015|Update|Comments Off on July 2015 Update

Teaching Events in 2015

The Legacy Project (January through November)

As part of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors Legacy Project, Verna Will be teaching naturopathic new patient examination over four 4-hour sessions from January through November. You can find more information about registering for these sessions at the OAND’s website here.


Health Fusion 2015: CAND Convention in Calgary (June)

Using Naturopathic Manual Therapies to Address Cellular Metabolic Stasis

Presented by Dr. Verna Hunt BSC DC ND

One main root cause of immune challenges, chronic conditions and dis-ease is the decrease of metabolic function within the trillions of cells in our bodies. Naturopathic modalities to address stasis and stagnation include manual therapies that can be administered immediately within the patient’s appointment with directive on home therapies to continue restoration after the patient goes home. This session will teach how manual therapies when applied appropriately promote metabolism and decrease stasis to people of all ages from infant to geriatric patients and how they are a vital method of care.

Areas of therapy to be taught include:

  • Lymphatic system flow in general and also specific conditions
  • Abdominal massage and organ positioning
  • Diaphragm reset
  • Postural rebalancing
  • Safe joint mobilization
  • Stretching safely
  • Instructions for patient home care


Please see the Events page of this website for specific dates and locations.

By |January 31st, 2015|Events|Comments Off on Teaching Events in 2015