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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 magical wetlands filled with wildlife. White pines, ash, spruce and ironwood are home to songbirds, hawks and owls. There is a holistic clinic, a learning centre, a yurt, two straw bale cabins, a pond cabin and three colourful office cabins as well as two tents on platforms, each with their own woodstove and composting toilet which practitioners can rent for treatments or workshops. A large deer-fenced garden awaits planting and is growing wild medicinal herbs in the meantime…
Over these last eighteen years we have run programs ranging from holistic family retreats to professional development courses for doctors of all stripes. CREWC hosted the first Forest School in North America, which continues in the form of Ridgewoods Outdoor Programs for 3-6 year old children run by experienced teacher Sara Raeesi.
However, the central activity at CREWC has been the Carp Ridge Natural Health Clinic, now simply Carp Ridge EcoWellness Centre, where many conditions were treated, including cancer. For several years we also offered a Healing House where patients could stay, be nourished with healthy food according to their body type and condition, and cared for by a team of holistic practitioners.
The results we saw amazed even ourselves. After starting to use a new concept of disease and healing called German New Medicine, we witnessed many cancer patients recovering without their treatments. In ten years we saved our provincial health insurance (OHIP) over two million dollars. Now we would like to put our experience into programs to pass on this extraordinary knowledge, both to the public and other health care practitioners.
Starting this fall after an open house in September, there will be classes such as meditation, body types & cooking; health assessment services; and products for health, healing and a sustainable lifestyle. We will begin offering monthly healing circles by donation in the village of Carp to introduce the idea of emotional work being as important as diet, exercise and adequate sleep. And I’m pleased to announce that the “Ask a Naturopathic Doctor” column will restart in Tone! Please email your questions to email@example.com.
After 16 years we are coming to the end of an era as Carp Ridge Natural Health Clinic closes its doors August 30, 2014 with the exceptions of the IV Therapy Suite and the practice of Leesa Kirchner, ND, FABNO, who will remain at Carp Ridge until October 31, 2014.. Katherine will be taking some much deserved time off to rest, write, and focus on her family. The plan is to rent the clinic building as a residential home, and keep the tents, cabins and yurts available for practitioners to have some healing spaces. Sara will be moving the Ridgewoods School back into the Learning Centre building, but it will also remain an option for rentals on evenings and weekends.
If you are interested in renting a cabin, yurt, tent, home or Learning Centre building please contact Lori at 839-1198 x305 or lori [at] ecowellness.com
We welcome you to join us for fun, food and information at our final Annual Open House, Saturday June 21 from 11am to 1pm. There will be activities for the kids and nutritious snacks.
For our Patients,
This is to inform you that Carp Ridge Natural Health Clinic will be closing as of August 30, 2014 with the exceptions of the IV Therapy Suite and the practice of Leesa Kirchner, ND, FABNO, who will remain at Carp Ridge until October 31, 2014. Your ND, RMT and/or Chiropractor will have access to your files after August 30, 2014. Their contact information is as follows:
Katherine Willow, ND – 4596 Carp Road, Carp ON, K0A 1L0, firstname.lastname@example.org
Kealy Mann, ND, Chelsey Corrigan, ND and Carole Martin, DC, Cindy Fleming BSc – Whole Medicine Naturopathic Clinic – 525 March Road, Kanata, ON K2K 2P4, 613-801-1081 OR Whole Medicine Wellness Centre – 2544 County Road 29. Pakenham, ON, K0A2X0, 613-624-5000
Carole Martin, DC – Healing House – 9 Melrose Ave., Ottawa ON K1Y 8T1, 613-688-9898
Denise Fuller, ND – Back In Balance – 591 Byron Avenue, Ottawa ON, K2A 4C4, 613-288-2225
Leesa Kirchner, ND, FABNO – Is currently on sabbatical. She plans to return to practice in the spring and will have contact information posted at that time. In the interim, please call either Dr. Kandis Lock at 613-656-9629 or Dr. Maureen MacDonald at 613-521-5355.
Martha Ahmadi, ND – You may contact her at 613-889-5681 or email@example.com
Jennifer Presley RMT – Stittsville Massage Therapy – 1065 Carp Rd. Stittsville, ON K2S 1B9, 613-836-2002 OR CORE Sports and Manual Physiotherapy – Unit 195-955 Green Valley Crescent, Ottawa ON K2C 3V4, 613.228.2673
Sheila Earl – Medical Heilkunst, Almonte Old Post Office 73 Mill St. Unit 2, Almonte, ON K0A 1A0, 613-621-9481
Gwen Rowbottom, RMT – Absolute Massage Therapy – 700 March Road, Suite 202, Kanata, ON, K2K 2V9, 613-591-3444
Amber Young, RMT – Absolute Massage Therapy – 13 Bridge Street, Almonte, ON, K0A 1A0, 613-256-0021
Should you have any questions about who your primary health care practitioner is, or where your file has gone, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Yours in health,
The Carp Ridge Team
Saturday June 21, 2014 from 11 am to 1 pm
We welcome you to join us for fun, food and information at our final Annual Open House. Here are some of the activities you can expect:
- Lectures by Naturopaths on topics such as Healthy Sugar Alternatives and Improving the Health of your Thyroid.
- Demos by practitioners include hand/neck massage, energy consultation and more…
- An Herb Walk
- Children’s Program from 9:45 am – 1 pm. PLEASE RSVP TO KIM AT 613-839-1086 with number of children and ages.
- Nutritious snacks.
Saturday June 21, 2014 from 10 am – 11 am
Followed by our final Open House 11am to 1pm with lots of activities and tasty, healthy snacks. Children’s activities (see Open House notice below) will be available for both the ceremony and the open house. PLEASE RSVP TODAY TO COLETTE AT 613-839-1198 for the retirement ceremony. Please bring pens/paper/journal if you would like. It is not necessary to RSVP for the Open House.
Saturday, June 21, 10-11am Followed by an Open House 11am to 1pm with lots of activities and tasty, healthy snacks. Children’s activities will be available for both the ceremony and the open house. Please RSVP by Monday, June 16 for the retirement ceremony, but come anyway if you forget. No need to bring anything, just yourself! It is not necessary to RSVP for the Open House.