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Naturopathic Doctor, Certified in Hypnotherapy

Dr. Kirsten Almon  has been practicing naturopathic medicine for over 20 years, with a clinical focus in:


  • Naturopathic care to families

  • Children’s health and pediatrics

  • Women’s health and hormonal health

  • Infertility, natural fertility and pregnancy optimization

She loves seeing children for "naturopathic well child visits" and consults on common issues such as food introduction, how to avoid colds, flus and supporting growth and development. Dr. Almon is invigorated when teaching women about infradian rhythms and how they can ignite their own healing potential and thrive.


Her practice tools include clinical nutrition, homeopathy and drainage, acupuncture, herbs and detoxification. Dr. Almon is also trained in Craniosacral therapy and Applied kinesiology.


She practiced as a birth doula for 15 years and was honored to support many women and their partners in this process.

Dr. Almon was certified in HypnoBirthing, the Mongan Method. Later after realizing the power of the mind in birth, she wanted to become a certified Hypnotherapist so that she could use this tool to help any of her patients, pregnant or not. She is registered with IMDHA.

She is the co-author and instructor of a Doula course specifically designed for Naturopathic Doctors and teaches across Canada.


Dr. Almon offers 5 day community liver cleanse events called "Happy Liver Detox" as well as talks on perimenopause and bump-to-birth. She has been invited to speak to sports teams about enhancing performance through nutrition.

Kirsten enjoys living a healthy lifestyle with her husband Doug Andrews ND and their 2 children. Current interests include biohacking, hockey, hiking with her family on the Bruce trail and breath work.  She especially enjoys swimming in near-freezing ocean or lake waters.

"Live in the sunshine, swim the sea, drink the wild air." RW. Emerson.

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Phone: 289-238-8383


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