Our practitioners are experienced and knowledgeable; we are dedicated to evidence based medicine and advancing our clinical experience. We want to share what we have learned with you and most importantly we want to have some fun. Knowledge is power. Come and join us for an interactive learning experience.
IHI is downtown Toronto’s leading integrative health clinic, located in the historic King East neighbourhood. We believe that great health enables empowered authentic living. Our team of experienced practitioners are dedicated to listening to you, understanding your needs and providing you with the comprehensive health resources you need to succeed. These are our seminars.
Atelier Run +
Saturday July 29, 2017
10 a-12 p
Corktown Common Park 155 Bayview Avenue
We get one summer a year, how are you going to spend it? How do you want to move, how do you want to feel? Join us and our team of compelling experts as we explore the latest and greatest in the world of running! Your summer will be brightest, if you can enjoy your body pain-free and strong.
All who are committed to wellness are welcome.
Please bring your running gear and water bottle.
Special thanks to our experts who are committed to keeping our community healthy and strong: Fanaye Whyte Physiotherapist, Coach Mike Dion of Riverdale Athletics and our leader Dr. T of the IHI team!
Partners: Integrative Health Institute, Designs For Health, Thinkfitness, Bgood, and New Balance Toronto
September Seminars at IHI
Presented By: Dr. Jennifer Tanner ND
Thursday September 14th 6:30p-7:30p
The phrase “You are what you eat” may actually mean “You are what you absorb”! Are you eating right, working out and still not getting a return on investment? Two physiological systems may be stopping you from reaching your goals. Learn how to use food as your fuel, improve your nutrient load and ramp up your work outs!
Presented by Dr. Erin Wiley, ND
Thursday, September 21st 12pm- 1pm
Want to improve your mood, focus, and concentration naturally? Inflammation plays a significant role in anxiety, depression and mental health, but you can learn to calm your brain chemistry with nutrition. With a focus on the best evidence, we will discuss how nutrient supplementation, diet and lifestyle changes can decrease inflammation and help you improve your brain health.