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Naturopathic Clinic, 613-839-1198, reception [at] ecowellness [dot] com
Learning Centre, Carp Ridge Learning Centre
Katherine Willow N.D.
After a year of cleaning up, restructuring and tending to family, CREWC will re-open this fall with programs on health, healing and sustainability; spaces to rent for holistic health practitioners and workshops; an online store; and a holistic assessment service.
For those of you who haven’t visited Carp Ridge EcoWellness Centre, it’s on 190 acres of rocky wilderness overlooking the Carp River valley, about thirty minutes northwest of downtown Ottawa. Trails wind through read more…
Registered Holistic Nutritionist
Educational Programs Assistant
Sue graduated from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition where she earned the designation of RHN, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, and has been in private practice since 2003. Her well-rounded holistic views of nutrition and health became the foundation for her own life and business. Sue strives to continually research, read and take courses, which enables her to confidently navigate through the wealth of information that’s available to empower her clients.
As a Holistic Nutritionist and Lifestyle Educator, Sue specializes in custom tailoring individual plans specific to each person’s unique body chemistry. In her practice she utilizes the read more…
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The Hand That Rocks the World; An Inquiry Into Truth, Power and Gender, is now available on Amazon worldwide as both a kindle e-book and a trade paperback. To purchase, go here.
Paleo, gluten and dairy-free
Written By Stephanie Raymond ~ source: “Cooking with Diabetes Superfoods“, alive Australia #21, Spring 2014
This easy-to-prepare dinner pair’s coleslaw made from heart-healthy avocado with equally heart-healthy salmon. In addition to being rich in omega-3s, salmon is one of the few dietary sources of vitamin D. Danish researchers have found read more
The Carp Ridge Learning Centre is the perfect venue for a variety of workshops, conferences, retreats, discussion groups, creative activities, children, youth and adult programs, drumming, meditation and yoga classes, etc. read more…
Retreat, Flow, & Heal in Nature ~ Experience the wilderness of the Carp Ridge
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We fully immerse outside in the wilderness of RidgeWoods:
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We share recipes, health tips, upcoming events, and wise words read more…
Sunday, 28 June 2015 from 1:30 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)
Our ‘Harvesting Edible Weeds in Constance Bay’ is a family-friendly event. Learn to find, harvest and prepare our edible weeds, those ‘volunteer’ crops of Constance Bay Village’s gardens and fields. read more…
July 13-20, 2015!
Heart disease is the #1 cause of death for men and women. Yet, it is often addressed with stents and bypass surgeries that only treat the symptoms, not the cause. Lifestyle changes can prevent future cardiac events! It’s not easy to change your lifestyle, we know, but it’s time to dispel the myths and misinformation about the causes of heart disease, and learn how to give you and your family a long, healthy life together. read more…
Desire Map Workshop Level 1 led by Melanie Paquette
Saturday October 3, 2015
What if every decision you ever have to make, for the rest of your life, was … easy? What if clarity (about your job, your health, your marriage) came rushing in like flood waters?
That is what happened to me, when I figured out my core desired feelings. I’d like to help you uncover yours.
Katherine Willow’s Blog:
It’s a beautiful midday just before the summer solstice and I am exhausted. I make myself a cup of plain cocoa and water, my version of black coffee, and prepare to write. Sit and breathe…My being feels pulled in two: positive excitement to be reopening the centre this fall—and anger with deep underlying sadness about difficulties that have erupted between my sister and me. The details need to be read more…
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