Naturopathy is based on the belief that the human body has an innate healing ability. A naturopath teaches you how to use diet, exercise, lifestyle changes, pure water, clean air and cutting-edge natural therapies to achieve total body health. By finding and removing the barriers to this self-healing—such as poor diet, unhealthy habits or other root causes—naturopathic practitioners can nurture this process. A naturopath also addresses the whole person and understands that physical, mental, emotional, genetic, and environmental makeup can affect our health.
Naturopaths have gained a great advantage with the recent availability of advanced technology and testing that helps them more closely determine nutritional needs, potential food allergies, and detoxification problems based upon an individual’s genetics.
While people who are new to the natural health approach may be skeptical, Tree of Life clients usually leave our naturopathic consultations amazed by the depth of our understanding and are thrilled to have a clear direction to help improve their health and well-being naturally.
During your first naturopathic consultation at Tree of Life, our team will perform a saliva assessment, heart rate variability test and urinalysis for you (applies to on-site consults only). The results will help us understand your body’s current nutritional status and overall health. Afterward, a naturopath will consult with you to:
This initial consultation usually lasts between 30 and 60 minutes. We recommend scheduling follow-up consultations to monitor your progress until a maintenance protocol can be maintained.
Contact Tree of Life today to get started on the road to better health. We offer both on-site as well as long-distance naturopathic consultations via Skype or phone call.
Tree of Life offers naturopathic and natural health consulting. Naturopaths are not licensed medical doctors, and therefore do not diagnose or treat disease. Rather, we support the body nutritionally, so that the body comes in to balance on its own. Our consultations and therapies may be used as a complement to traditional medical care.