About Us


Our approach is holistic: focusing on the individual. We work with our patients to create customized and realistic care plans aimed at achieving individual health goals, while staying with you every step of the way. Meet our team!

Angela Warburton B.A, R.TCMP, R.Ac

Angela has been treating, educating and empowering people about their health since 2001. In her private practice, as clinic director of Urban Wellness (an integrative health clinic in downtown Toronto), as a faculty member at the Institute of Traditional Medicine in Toronto (www.itm.org), a frequent workshop presenter and lecturer at the University of Toronto and a regular expert guest on the Steven and Chris show (CBC/Slice Network), Angela brings her enthusiasm and expertise to educate, inspire and empower people in every medium possible.

With a background in nutrition and dietetics at McGill university, a degree in Psychology, as well as her extensive and ongoing training in Traditional Chinese Medicine, Angela pulls from her diverse background to offer the wisdom of traditional medicines combined with the most up-to-date, relevant, and impactful options available for her patients and students. Angela has additional training in applied mindfulness based mediation and runs a weekly mindful meditation group out of her clinic in Toronto.

Whether it be educating and inspiring people about food and nutrition, mental and emotional healing, or just general wellness, Angela’s whole person based approach to wellness aims to inspire people, make them feel better, and give them customized tips and tools for their life.

Angela is passionate about helping people achieve their optimum state of health, vitality and well-being: mind, body and spirit.

Kaleb Einstein Montgomery B.Sc, R.TCMP, R.Ac

Kaleb Montgomery is one of the few Practitioner’s of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture in North America that is devoted entirely to pregnancy and treating infertility. Kaleb has extensive and specific training in treating women’s and men’s fertility, and has been practicing in this field since 2005. His unique training and experience means you will receive exceptional service and care directly related to your fertility and pregnancy concerns. Kaleb uses acupuncture, Chinese herbs, and nutrition and lifestyle counselling to help couples have healthy pregnancies and babies. He helps patients get pregnant, stay pregnant by preventing miscarriage, and have safe labours. He teaches Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture at the Institute of Traditional Medicine, and at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine in Toronto. In a unique and great combination of East and West, Kaleb also practices with Dr. Del Valle at ReproMed (The Toronto Institute for Reproductive Medicine). For more information on Kaleb, please visit The Toronto Institute for Reproductive Medicine.

David Denis, ND and Psychotherapist

Dr. David Denis is a Naturopathic Doctor who specializes in thorough holistic health care for the whole family. He offers a wide range of treatments and has special expertise in a variety of illnesses. Dr. Denis is highly regarded for his empathetic, meticulous care provision. He is a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine and a licensed Naturopathic Doctor in Ontario.

Dr. Denis has additional training and expertise in emotional well-being and psychotherapy, as well as naturopathic cancer treatment.

For more information on David please visit: www.toronto-naturopath.com 

Alexis Coffey, CH

AC-Nepal 1Alexis Coffey is a Clinical Herbalist and local medicine maker.  Having studied at the Institute of Traditional Medicine in Clinical Therapeutic Herbalism, she is trained in plant medicine, the human body, and the action and manifestation of disease.  She works to match the two in order to facilitate healing.  Alexis is passionate about the emotional, mental and spiritual components to healing and health, and incorporates these ‘bodies’ in her everyday work.  Alexis strives to deepen her practice by exploring all aspects of herbal medicine – growing, harvesting, medicine making, continued studies, and clinical practice.  Through her work, Alexis honours the individuality of each client she works with and their unique healing, supporting the many forms that healing can manifest.  She strives to honour the plants, the roots of the medicine she has learned, and the personal journey of each patient. For more information on Alexis visit her website leonurus.caBook with Alexis online

Jayne Brown, Practicing Relational Therapist

jayne headshotA supportive relationship with a therapist is an empowering and enlivening experience that brings about growth and positive change. As a practicing student relational therapist with the Toronto Institute for Relational Psychotherapy, Jayne’s commitment is to listen to you closely without judgement, and to support your journey toward greater self-awareness. Relational psychotherapy is a self-directed approach where, together, we will focus on your needs, your strengths and your aspirations.

With years of experience as a musician and yoga instructor, Jayne brings her openness, empathy, patience, and creativity to her work as a therapist. She is a member of the Canadian Association for Psychodynamic Therapy and continues to lead mindfulness-based yoga classes to individuals and small groups. To provide wider access to services, Jayne offers a sliding-scale fee.

Please email with any inquiries to jayneloubrown@gmail.com, or contact us at Urban Wellness: info@urban-wellness.ca or 416-324-8888.

Jennifer Bowers R.Ac, R. TCMP

jenJen Bowers is an Advanced Practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine, with over 5000 hours of clinical training. Jen has a B.Sc. in Biology from Dalhousie University and she specializes in reproductive health and fertility for both men and women. It is her belief that Chinese medicine and Western medicine go hand-in-hand to create healthy pregnancies that result in healthy babies. Jen has worked for the past fifteen years as a sexual health educator at Planned Parenthood, and as an advocate for women’s health. She is also a clinical supervisor at the Institute of Traditional Medicine.

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Jordan Lewis, MSW

With more than 15 years of clinical experience, Jordan has worked with many individuals, couples, and families that have faced a wide range of challenges. He helps his clients to clear away the obstacles so that they can once again see the answers for themselves and move forward with their lives. Jordan works from a strength-based approach and utilizes diverse interventions including: Motivational Interviewing; Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Solution-Focused Therapy among others. Jordan is always looking forward to new challenges and working to help you live your best possible life.

Kandiss Fernando, R.Ac / R.TCMP

Kandiss Fernando

After leaving the accounting field to pursue her interest in holistic health care, Kandiss experienced a new beginning in the realm of Traditional Medicine. Having completed her 5-year Graduate Diploma in Oriental Medicine (TCM) at the Institute of Traditional Medicine, one of her goals as a practitioner is to be a witness to the healing journey that is unique to each and every one of her clients. Along with being trained in the art of Chinese Medicine diagnosis and treatment, Kandiss respects the element of “that which cannot be explained” and thus provides the space that allows transformation to occur. She believes that everyone is in possession of an inner wisdom that tells him or her what is most important for their own healing and thus strives to encourage and empower her clients to reconnect with their inner truth. Book with Kandiss online

Kristin Tait, B. Kin., RHN, RNCP

K. Tait bioAs a holistic nutritionist Kristin uses nutrition and mind-body practices to help her clients create and live a nourished life.  It is Kristin’s belief that from a place of nourishment, all things are possible; that when we are nourished on all levels we are better able to heal, practice resilience, reach our potential, and be who we want to be. Kristin’s passion is helping her clients uncover the root cause of their health issues and find their unique soul food – the particular food, supplements, practices, environments, experiences and activities that will naturally nourish them and restore their energy, vitality, health and well-being.

Kristin has an honours degree in kinesiology and health science. She is a registered holistic nutritionist, a certified exercise physiologist, a reiki practitioner and a yoga teacher. The combination of her formal education and her own healing journey has given her a wealth of knowledge, tools, and practices with which to educate and empower her clients on their path to optimal health and wellness.

Kristin is a compassionate, intuitive, and insightful student of life. Her kind of soul food is cooking for loved ones, hiking, practicing yoga, meditation and Qi Gong, photography, reading, and empowering others on their quest to live an authentic, inspired, and nourished life.

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Krystin Natosia Smith, R.Kin, R.TCMP, R.Ac

KrystinSmithKrystin Natosia Smith is dedicated to helping her patients better themselves, by teaching them how to optimize their physiological functionality and restore health and wellness. As a Kinesiologist and Practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine, she strives to integrate the latest in biomedical knowledge and research, with holistic medical methods, while maintaining a strong focus on the mind-body-spirit connection.

Krystin graduated from the University of Windsor with an honours Bachelor degree in Human Kinetics. She received her designation as Practitioner of Traditional Chinese Medicine, at the Institute of Traditional Medicine, in Toronto, where she is now a Teacher and Clinical Supervisor.
During the last 6 years, Krystin has focused her practice in the areas of Pain and Stress Management, Neurological Rehabilitation, as well as Gynecological Health.  She has also received specialist training, in Lake Atitlan Guatemala, where she strengthened her knowledge of Community-based Acupuncture.
Krystin takes an eclectic approach to healing by utilizing integrative nutrition, traditional Chinese medicine, (including acupuncture, herbal medicine, tuina massage & Asian bodywork techniques), as well as lifestyle counselling. Trained as a general care TCM Practitioner, she treats a variety of acute and chronic conditions including musculo-skeletal injury, pain and stress management, gastrointestinal disturbances, immune and adrenal suppression, women’s health concerns, fertility and pregnancy support.

Michael O’Brien, Shiatsu Therapist

MichaelOBrienMichael is a shiatsu therapist who started studying Shiatsu Therapy and Traditional Chinese Medicine in 2008. He first studied at the Shiatsu School of Canada, and then moved on to study at Source Point Zen Shiatsu in Vancouver, BC. He spent over a year in India where he opened up his own shiatsu clinic in Mysore. He also studied Indian classical music and yoga, where he earned his Yoga Teachers Certificate. He later studied traditional Thai massage in Chiang Mai, Thailand. After travelling the world for 10 years he moved to Toronto in 2014 to study acupuncture, and Traditional Chinese Medicine.  Book with Michael online 

Michelle Richea, ND

mr02Michelle has a passion for empowering her clients with the knowledge essential for healthy living and disease prevention. Michelle is dedicated to addressing her client’s health concerns by identifying the root cause of illness and offering safe and effective treatment options to restore the body to a natural state of balance. As an experienced Naturopathic Doctor, Michelle considers each client and their concerns from a holistic perspective to promote healing on all levels. Michelle believes in the body’s innate ability to heal itself and strives to support this self-healing capacity to enhance vitality and effect positive healthy change.

Prior to her naturopathic studies, Michelle graduated from the University of Toronto with a B.Sc in Human Physiology. With a commitment to health promotion and a desire to educate and motivate people with regards to healthy living, Michelle decided to embark on a career in Naturopathic Medicine. Following four years of intensive study, including a year of clinical internship, Michelle graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM). Michelle is a registered Naturopathic Doctor licensed to practice in the province of Ontario. She works with MDs to offer complementary and integrated natural healthcare. Outside of private practice, Michelle holds a part-time clinic faculty position at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, and beyond the clinic setting Michelle offers educational health seminars for community events and corporate wellness programs.

Michelle has held a general family naturopathic practice since 2006 and enjoys working with patients of all ages to address a wide range of health concerns. From kiddie’s colds to supporting women through perimenopausal changes, Michelle connects with each patient to offer the most appropriate and individualized care. Michelle invites you to visit her for a complimentary 15 minute information session to learn how Naturopathic Medicine can help you achieve your health goals.

Myles Zacharias, Registered Massage Therapist

Myles photo for Urban WellnessMyles has helped a large number of clients injured in motor vehicle accidents, with nerve damage, muscle guarding and trauma, and inflammatory and overactive healing responses. His experience as a body-worker has informed his understanding of issues ranging from the importance of alignment on comfort, efficiency, and peak performance to the impact of sleep and mental health on our embodied experience. In listening carefully to his client’s bodies through his hands, he understands that we can adjust the nervous system and liberate our experience from patterns causing pain and disease. Myles is trained as a yoga teacher and enjoys working with others to deepen their relationship to their embodied practices. He approaches every session with the sacred uniqueness that he believes each body and each moment deserves. Book with Myles online

Rhiannon Hughes, Registered Massage Therapist

Rhiannon Hughes BIO picRhiannon began studying manual therapy after getting a B.Sc in Kinesiology from McGill University, following years of intensive dance training. Driven by an interest to learn about the body through a new lens, she became trained in Thai Yoga Massage in 2008, both in Montreal and Chiang Mai, Thailand. The experience further fueled her desire to work in a therapeutic field and in 2011, Rhiannon became a Certified Massage Therapist after studying Kinetic Swedish Massage at Kiné-Concept in Montreal. Later, she moved to Toronto to continue her studies at Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy. She became a Registered Massage Therapist in Ontario in 2014. 

Rhiannon believes in a multi-disciplinary and holistic approach to injury management and physical rehabilitation, and on a larger scale, to general well-being and optimal health. Beyond relaxation and lessening muscle tension, massage therapy can play a helpful role in managing a myriad of issues ranging from nerve impingement, mobility restrictions and postural imbalances, to poor sleep quality, mood disorders, and chronic headaches. 

Rhiannon’s active lifestyle, her experience with various forms of bodywork, and her background in dance and yoga build upon her theoretical knowledge of the body. Her therapeutic approach strives to strike a balance between methodology and intuition to best meet the unique needs and goals of each client. Book with Rhiannon online

Tiffany Eberhard, HBSc., ND

downloadTiffany is a Naturopathic Doctor providing primary health care for individuals and families. She completed a B. Sc before receiving her Bachelor of Naturopathy from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. Tiffany has a passion for health promotion and education. She believes that determining the root cause of disease is fundamental in healing and that lifestyle changes can have a huge impact on health. Tiffany utilizes a variety of naturopathic treatment options, such as acupuncture, botanical medicine, clinical nutrition, and lifestyle counselling in order to treat acute and chronic health concerns. She has a general practice where she treats a myriad of health concerns and works with patients of all ages. She is passionate about preventative medicine and is thrilled to be able to help people avoid the use of conventional drugs when possible.

She believes in an integrative approach to medicine and acknowledges the importance of having multiple healthcare providers working as a team to help you achieve your health goals. She empowers her patients to take responsibility for their health and strives to ensure treatment goals are achievable for her patients. She ensures her patients are supported during their journey to health by providing an open space to ask questions and express concerns or challenges they are experiencing along the way.

Tiffany is a member of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors and the Canadian Association of Naturopathic Doctors. She is licensed through the College of Naturopaths of Ontario. Book with Tiffany online 

Courtney Marshall, Osteopathic Manual Practitioner


Courtney is a classically trained Osteopathic Manual Practitioner who completed a four year Masters in Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences program at the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy. She graduated at the top of her class, receiving the Dr. A.T Still Medal of Honour for outstanding academic and clinical proficiency.

Prior to her osteopathic studies, Courtney graduated with honours from the Biomedical Sciences program at the University of Guelph. She has always been fascinated with anatomy, physiology, and the inner workings of the human body and wants to use her knowledge to help people and make a real difference in their health and well-being. Osteopathy is about treating the patient as a whole and getting to the root cause of the issue rather than just treating symptoms. If you come in with a knee problem for example, she will not just work directly on your knee; she will assess the biomechanics of your entire body and correct all of the forces contributing to that knee problem using osteopathic manual therapy. Osteopathy aims to align the structure of the body and get rid of mechanical restrictions to improve nerve flow, arterial supply and venous/lymphatic drainage, which encourages healing and alleviates pain and inflammation. One of the principles of osteopathy is “structure and function are interrelated on all levels”. When your body’s framework is balanced and moving properly, its internal contents (i.e. your organ systems) are also given the space, supply, and drainage needed to function as optimally as possible. Everyone can benefit from osteopathic treatments, whether you have a specific injury or condition, general aches and pains, or are looking for a preventive therapy to help balance your body and improve your overall health.

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