TORONTO, Sept. 5 /CNW/ - The symptoms of stressful living are instantly
recognizable: headaches, fatigue and irritability. With stress comes a higher
incidence of illness, as the immune system is compromised. Thanks to the newly
launched Satori Urban Wellness, help is available to those suffering the
effects of overly busy, stressful lives.
Alex Richards, Owner and Managing Director, Satori Urban Wellness, has
grouped therapies by the top practitioners in Toronto to help men and women
address stress-related issues and symptoms and take charge of their health and
Located in Yorkville at 33 Hazelton Avenue, in close proximity to Whole
Foods, Satori, translated from Zen Buddhism, stands for enlightenment. It is
one of the only wellness centers in Toronto to successfully bridge Eastern and
Western healing therapies. This is accomplished thanks to treatments including
Registered Massage Therapy and Acupuncture. It is also emphasized by the
on-site Registered Nurse. The nurse acts as a link between these two worlds,
guiding clients on how to select treatments and practitioners while respecting
MDs advice and protocols.
Satori clients are welcome to meet with the on-site nurse for a full
wellness and lifestyle assessment, including the traditional medical history,
and receive in-depth information about the most suitable treatments from both
conventional and complementary practices.
"We provide a strong complement to western medicine through expert
practitioners and education," Richards noted.
Surroundings reflect Eastern decor, with Satori carefully designed to
calm and sooth with its elegant, soft lighting, earth-toned colours of aqua
and brown and use of water features.
Services at Satori include: Naturopathy, Acupuncture, Osteopathy,
Homeopathy, Shiatsu, Reiki, Registered Massage Therapy, Reflexology,
Hypnotherapy, Counseling and Nutrition. Clients enjoy the benefits of
treatment but also learn important self-care that can be applied at home and
at the office.
"At Satori, superior healing takes place. By providing access to expert
practitioners and education, we offer tools for people to enhance their
wellbeing. By addressing the mind, body and spirit we can help people make
choices so they are happier and healthier," added Richards.
For further information:
For further information: To visit Satori Urban Wellness or interview
Owner/Managing Director Alex Richards please call Teresa Donia at iAMBIC
Communications, (905) 508-5550 or email firstname.lastname@example.org