The Women’s Wellness Program at The Kyla Fox Centre is an exclusive and innovative program to meet the unique needs of women. The ongoing requests for individualized services have revealed a gap in women focused programming. Our Women’s Wellness Program is a response to that demand. We are a multidisciplinary team dedicated to strengthening and honouring women, individually and collectively.
The Kyla Fox Centre is a safe, inclusive space, for anyone who self identifies as a woman including those who identify as non-binary and/or transgender. Our individual services include:
Our Master Level Clinicians work with various clinical modalities as needed for each individual client. These may include CBT, CBT-E, MBCT, DBT, IPT, Narrative, Psychoanalytic or Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Solution Focused and Trauma Focused Therapies, from a strengths-based as well as a family systems lens.
We provide a safe environment for sharing, honesty, and learning. A place where we assist families in building bonds and repairing past experiences.
We believe that couples can benefit from therapy for various reasons and we act as a resource for couples that are struggling. We believe in open, honest and loving communication and support couples in achieving their dreams together.
Our nutritionists provide a one stop shop for all your nutrition and health needs throughout every stage of life.
Individual Nutrition Counselling
Meal Planning & Meal Preparation Support (weekly meal preparation, batch cooking, freezer stocking etc.)
Private Cooking Sessions
Private Grocery Store Tours
Nutrition House Calls
Naturopathic medicine is a distinct health care system that blends modern scientific knowledge with natural forms of medicine. The Naturopathic philosophy is to stimulate the healing power of the body and treat the underlying root cause of disease.
Acupuncture: Acupuncture needles are used to tap into the body’s meridian pathways to facilitate healing.
Nutrition: Treating nutritional imbalances with vitamins, minerals, enzymes and nutraceuticals.
Botanical Medicine: Herbal extracts in capsules, teas and tinctures.
Prevention/Modification Lifestyle Counseling: Guidance on diet, exercise, environment and mental habits to increase vitality and wellbeing.
Homeopathy: is an energetic form of medicine that assists the body on a cellular level to heal.
Specialized Laboratory Testing
Nutritional/Hair Mineral and Heavy Metal Testing
Comprehensive Digestive Stool Testing for Digestion and Parasites
Intestinal Permeability Assessment for Leaky Gut, Irritable Bowel Syndrome
Embodiment practice creates a deeper understanding of what it is to be embodied and how that plays out in our lives and our being. This may involve movement and breath, meditation and feeling, contemplation and discussion. The benefit of working one on one with a practitioner is the ability to look deep within yourself, create more safety within your body and learn how to truly be present.
The structure of a one on one yoga class varies from one individual to another as no two people are alike. We work together in our practice to focus on your specific needs. The aim is to empower and strengthen you with specific techniques to bring awareness and understanding to different levels of your body and the emotions attached to them.
The word yoga, from the Sanskrit word yuj means to yoke or bind and is often interpreted as “union” or a method of discipline. Yoga is unique because it connects the movement of the body and the mind to the rhythm of our breath. Connecting the mind, body, and breath helps us to direct our attention inward. Through this process, we learn to recognize our habitual thought patterns without labeling them, judging them, or trying to change them. The practice of Yoga facilities your journey of healing while bringing a sense of balance. It creates a deeper connection with your mind, body and spirit.
These are types of yoga offered: Meditation and Breath-work, Restorative, Yin, Hatha, and Vinyasa Flow.
Reiki is a therapy often described as palm healing or hands-on-body healing in which a practitioner places hands lightly on or over a person’s body to facilitate the person’s process of healing. Reiki combines the Japanese and Chinese word-characters of “rei” (spiritual or supernatural) and “ki” (vital energy). One of the basic ideas held by those who practice Reiki is that this vital energy can be channeled to support the body’s natural ability to heal itself.