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Thursday Clinic

MASSAGE THERAPY :12:00pm – 4pm.
Massage helps to improve your posture.

NATUROPATHIC CLINIC from 5:30pm – 8:30pm.        Naturopathic Doctors focus their efforts to understand the unique needs of each patient!

TAI CHI: Drop-in THURSDAY at 3:45pm.  Tai Chi is moving meditation. Improve strength, flexibility and balance from the perfect activity for the rest of your life  

E-mail clinic@positive
  or call 604.893.2203 to book a treatment.


The Wellness Clinic welcomes Jen Allan now offering Reiki on the last Wednesday of each Month.

Jen is a Level 3 Reiki practitioner who has been working for more than four years with her regular clients.

One-hour sessions available on the last Wednesday of each month at:
7:15 pm
8:15 pm
To book an appointment, email clinic@
or call 604.893.2203.

Seeking Female Volunteer

We are looking for a female volunteer (you do not have to be positive) to help out in our Women’s lounge on a weekly basis. For more details on this position please contact wendys@positive

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Published: March 29, 2019

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