First we search for the root cause and identify where the blockages are in the body that are preventing the body from being self healing and auto regulating, remove the blockages and then we support the body to heal itself, using safe, natural and effective therapies. In this way, we encompass the whole person, an approach that is respectful of the whole being - body, mind and spirit. Traditional Chinese Medicine, acupuncture and other alternative health practices integrate scientific research with natural healing techniques.
The body has a remarkable healing capacity when provided with the proper foundation.
Our focus is on the causes of disease, rather than the symptoms. Toxicity blocks up our enzyme systems leading to functional disturbances of the liver, kidneys and other vital organ systems. When this happens this leaves us open to a wide host of diseases.
We assist the body to return to its natural state by removing blockages and toxic scars that are preventing the body from being self -healing and auto regulating. In doing so, we facilitate your own immunity to be the player that heals.
Lily Harb, is a Registered Acupuncturist and Certified Auricular & BioEnergetic Medical Practitioner.
Lily Harb is specially trained in the art of Acupuncture, Auricular & BioEnergetic Medicine, which incorporates Holistic Nutrition, Drainage Therapy (homeopathy & botanical medicine) and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Lily has over 17 years experience in Preventative & Individualized Health Care, during which time she has worked with individuals experiencing health issues ranging from Allergies, Asthma, Migraines,Toxicity, Fertility Issues, Panic Attacks, Grief, Addictions, Pain, Digestive Disturbance, Skin Problems, and more.
Lily is a member of the Institute for Functional Medicine, and the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners & Acupuncturists of Ontario (CTCMPAO). She is president of Holistic Health Niagara and founder & director of the 'Through The Eyes of A Child Initiative'.
Lily Harb is a graduate from McMaster University where she has obtained an Honors Bachelor of Science degree in 1999. She went on to specialize in:
2001 - Acupuncture Doctorate and Certification in Traditional Chinese Medicine Acupuncture which incorporates Auricular needling, Moxibustion, Cupping & Bleeding, Scalp Acupuncture, Acupuncture and the treatment of children, Korean Hand Acupuncture, Electrical Acupuncture at the College of International Holistic Studies & The Open International University
2002 - Holistic Nutrition and Wellness at Niagara College
2011 -Certified Auricular & BioEnergetic Medical Practitioner through the Institute of Auricular & BioEnergetic Medicine
Lily has and continues to advance her skill by pursuing ongoing Continuing Education Workshops/seminars/courses including:
Differential Clinical Diagnosis Using Biotherapeutic Drainage for Optimal Patient Results presented by Dr. Mikhael Adams in Toronto, ON.
Clinical applications addressing viruses and pandemics in the 21st century.
Child Trauma and the benefits of Holistic Healing - by psychiatrist Bruce Perry
The Evolution of Disease & Biotherapeutic Drainage™ for Individualized Medicine presented by Dr. Pierre Tondelier in Toronto, ON
Individualized Nutrition: Addressing Biochemical Individuality for Optimal Health and Well-being
Clinical Application of Phytotherapy, Oligo-Elements, Plexes and Schuessler Salts by Dr. Robert Abell
The Evolution of Disease and Biotherapeutic Drainage: Clinical Protocols Supporting Nature Cure and Biotherapeutic Drainage Therapy by Dr. Gerard Gueniot, MD of Lille France.
Chronic Degerenative Disease: The Next Step by Dr. Mikhael Adams, ND of Toronto ON (president of The International Association of Auricular and BioEnergetic Medicine).
Auriculotherapy by Dr. Raphael Nogier, MD of Lyon France.
The Dynamic Brain: revealing the Potential of Neuroplasticity to Reverse Neurodegeneration
Rewiring the damaged brain by Dale Bredensen, MD
Positive Neuroplasticity: using the mind to sculpt the brain by Rick Hansen, PHD
Neuroplasticity and Stages of Healing by Norman Doidge, MD
NeuroInflammation: protocols for clinical success Andrew Heymen, MD
Applications on the Microbiome-Brain Connection by David Perimutter, MD
Neural Retraining in Clinical Practice: Turning Mental States into Neural Traits by Rick Hanson, phD
Retraining the Brain with movement and exercise by John Ratey, MD
Dietary Approaches to Treating and Preventing Neurodegeneration by Terry Wahls, MD
Functional Approaches to Neurodegenerative Disease: Applications and Case Studies by Mark Menolascino, MD
Environmental Toxins and Neurodegenerative Disease by Joe Pizzorno, ND
Systems Biology Applies to Alzheimer Disease by Dale Bredesen, MD
Assessing Mild Cognitive Decline Through Physical Exam Datis Kharrazian, DC
A Functional Approach to Concussions and Sub-concussive Trauma by David Musnick, MD
Missing in Plain View: From Dead Ends In Stroke Rehabilitation To Breakthrough Outcomes and Recovery with NeuroMovement