I became a doctor because I know what it’s like to not feel good in your body/ life. Basically, it sucks. I learned quite early on that conventional wisdom doesn’t contain much … um … wisdom.
I graduated from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine, built a hopping private medical practice and have worked privately with thousands of clients all over the world over the last 15+ years. Apparently I’m quite good.
I’m a licensed naturopathic doctor, which means a) I carry both conventional and alternative medical training in my toolbox, and b)…I’m after your WHOLE world. If you are just looking for advice on the best supplements to take — I’m not your girl.
I don’t hold client’s hands (but I can show you some pretty fancy dance moves…pole optional)
What else can I say? Well, a lot, actually. But I’ll leave you with the highlight reel to avoid unnecessary eyestrain (See? I care).
I think “growing up” in the traditional sense of the phrase is highly overrated. Frankly, even outright dumb.
Talking about detoxes, supplements and namaste sort of makes me want to stab myself in the eye — crunchy, new age, cheerleader I am not
I have pink hair, I adore tutus, I recently learned how to swear and I love it, I believe in magic (possibly because I am a direct descendant of Tinkerbell) and regularly consult my tarot deck. I’m also addicted to the Real Housewives of Anywhere…ok, I’ve said too much.
I’m a doctor, but I don’t do drugs
I have the brain of a doctor, the heart of an artist, and the spirit of a magician
My perfect day begins with my best dance moves, flows in to coffee and pie for breakfast, often a nap, and (sometimes) ends with a margarita.
Some people call me Lala — La for short. Just thought you should know. Piscean Princess of Lalatopia is also fine.
Where to go from here?
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