“We’ll empower you to find the path that frees you to live your best life.”
Navigating the world of complementary health services can be daunting. That is why we have assembled a team of specialists who will meet you where you are – and take you where you want to go. We know there is more than one route to wellness, and there is more than one way to find it. When you step into our circle, you can count on continuous care that starts and ends with you.
Full Circle Health Network. All paths lead to you.
No matter what brings you here, you can rest assured that you’ll be well taken care of. Our services are designed to attend to every aspect of your well being for truly holistic, completely individualized, care. Not sure where to start? Learn more about our services below or book an Integrated Intake assessment and we’ll do the legwork for you!
Strengthen and align your body’s musculoskeletal framework with this non-invasive, drugless therapy with a myriad of health benefits.
Increase your range of motion, melt away tension, and relieve stress with therapeutic massage – possibly the most relaxing way to improve your overall health!
Overwhelmed? Take the guesswork out of the holistic health equation with our Integrative Intake. And take advantage of a few extra deals on the way!
Discover the naturally relaxing and powerfully effective benefits of Acupuncture & TCM, the oldest continuously practiced system of medicine in the world.
Face tomorrow feeling centered and empowered. Our Counsellors offer a supportive, confidential space where you can unburden your mind and plan for your future.
Classical Osteopathy is a wonderful option for people of all ages and abilities. Treatments consist of manual adjustments that are localized and specific and focused on relieving pressures and restrictions. The practice is based on an extensive understanding of anatomy and physiology and is anchored by four fundamental principles:
How does osteopathy work? Imagine tying a string around your finger. After only a short while, the string begins to affect nerve supply, blood supply and general circulation. If you left that string on for a long period of time, your finger would stop receiving the vital circulation it needs to thrive and the tissue would eventually break down and die.
Osteopathy is all about getting rid of the “strings” in your body. We look to balance restrictions and asymmetries so that every tissue, everywhere, has exactly what it needs to the healthiest it can be.
Initial assessments include a health history intake and a physical assessment, followed by treatment, and are usually about 50 minutes in length. Subsequent treatments are approximately 25 minutes in length. You are not required to undress for Osteopathic sessions, though it is recommended you wear comfortable, non-restrictive clothing, such as yoga pants/shorts and a tank top/t-shirt/sports bra.
Everyone loves a great massage: it’s a safe and effective way to relieve stress and anxiety as well as manage many different medical conditions and injuries, including back and neck pain, headaches, constipation, and discomfort during pregnancy.
But it’s not always easy to find a great therapist.
Our Registered Massage Therapists have studied in some of the most intensive programs in the world, completing over 2200 hours of hands-on post-secondary education, and excel in many areas, including deep tissue massage, pregnancy massage, relaxation and stress management, and myo-fascial release. They continue to update their training through ongoing professional development workshops, courses and other training.
Beyond the top quality of our therapists, there’s a lot more that sets massage at Full Circle Health Network apart. Our tables are the most comfortable and solid tables in town (trust us, you won’t want to leave), our space is warm and inviting, and getting here is easy: we have fast online booking, extended hours, and ample free parking.
A few things to know, if you’ve never had a massage: all massage therapists have unique treatment styles and specialties, though most appointments will follow a similar structure. If at any time you’d like to adjust the pressure or have any questions about the treatment, please speak up – everyone’s body is unique.
Get further, faster on your route to wellness! Whether you are new to alternative healthcare options, or whether you simply want to deepen the level of care you receive, the integrated intake program is a wonderful addition to your journey to wellness.
Rather than having to go through multiple intakes with individual specialists before finding your optimal treatment plan, you can fill out our integrated intake form in the comfort of your own home. Once we have received it, our expert panel of practitioners will take the information you've provided and devise a program tailored to your needs. We will then schedule a personal consultation to go over our findings and get you started on your road to wellness.
Instead of sifting through a maze of products, practitioners and plans, you will personally guided from the outset: we will give you a roadmap on how to achieve your goals in the most efficient way possible. It’s like having your own personal board of health executives at your fingertips!
Hit the fast-forward button on your personal wellness and email us to find out more about our integrated intake today!
You’ve likely heard about the tiny needles – but what exactly is Acupuncture, and how does it work?
Acupuncture is a component of Traditional Chinese Medicine based upon the regulation of energy flow (Qi). Acupuncture point locations are associated with many different nerves, blood vessels and neuromuscular attachments that communicate to the central nervous system. The needles stimulate the nervous system, unblocking affected “meridians” which in turn helps alleviate pain and treat various physical, mental and emotional conditions.
During Acupuncture sessions, practitioners place tiny filament “needles” in specific locations according to individual diagnoses. Sometimes, specific herbs are also prescribed. The needles rarely cause discomfort to the patient, and many people cannot feel them at all.
Although Traditional Chinese Medicine can be traced back 2500 years, it is now commonly practiced and endorsed in the west, and the World Health Organization has listed many conditions that Acupuncture can successfully treat, including low back pain, sciatica, headaches, dental pain, morning sickness, and depression – to name a few.
“You don’t have to be at your worst to reach out for help.”
Counselling, sometimes referred to as therapy or psychotherapy, is a collaborative process aimed at helping break the patterns that prevent individuals from making healthy decisions and living the life they want. In addition to regular counselling sessions, we also offer Counselling for children and families, as well as Prepare-Enrich based programs through Enrich Canada.
Counselling can help individuals experiencing a range of challenges, including stress, anxiety and depression, grief and loss, physical and sexual abuse, self-esteem concerns, anger management, parenting/co-parenting concerns, and separation and divorce.
The process is tailored to the issues you face and the results you wish to achieve. Together with your Counsellor, you will establish goals for your sessions and determine the steps you can take to make necessary changes. Your Counsellor will be someone who listens attentively, gives you appropriate feedback, supports you and, above all, empowers you to change your tomorrow.
*Counselling services offered by Registered Social Workers are often covered by private insurance companies, or through extended health care benefits and health care spending accounts. Please check with your insurance or benefit provider to determine eligibility. Registered Social Workers are authorized as medical practitioners under the Income Tax Act for the purpose of claiming medical expenses on income tax returns.
Geneviève is continually amazed by the body’s natural ability to heal itself. It’s that sense of excitement that has driven her long and varied career in natural healthcare – and that still drives her in her work as a Manual Osteopathic Practitioner and Clinic Co-Director at Full Circle Health Network. She loves being able to think through anatomy and come up with treatments that really “fit” her clients and she is happiest when she has empowered clients to take charge of their own health.
Geneviève opened the original Full Circle Health Network in 2010, which then offered Registered Massage Therapy and later, Classical Osteopathy. In 2014, Geneviève joined forces with Sarah Hutchinson, owner of Homeopathy Kingston, keeping the name of Geneviève’s clinic, and the location of Sarah’s clinic. Since then, Full Circle Health Network has continued to expand its services, attracting some of the best practitioners in Kingston working in the field of complementary healthcare.
Geneviève holds a Masters in Osteopathic Manipulative Sciences and an Honours Bachelor of Science in Health Studies and Gerontology from the University of Waterloo. She has a 2200-hour Massage Therapy Diploma from the Canadian College of Massage and Hydrotherapy, where she pursued additional training in pre- and post-natal massage care, including high-risk pregnancy care. Clinical experience includes work at the Women’s College Hospital in Toronto, ON, where she provided massage in the antenatal and postpartum units. She has taught Clinical Massage Therapy at Trillium College, and previously worked as a fitness instructor specialist (Can-Fit-Pro), "Varsity" Athletic Trainer, and Ergonomic Contractor and Health & Safety Specialist.
Jill is a Registered Acupuncturist who guides individuals to achieve new levels of health and well-being. She has over 27 years of experience supporting patients in their recovery from illness and injury and helping clients create balance in their lives. She holds a Master of Traditional Chinese Medicine and an MA in Transpersonal Psychology, and specializes in women who have multi-system disorders. Jill's clients report feeling energized and invigorated as a result of acupuncture.
Originally from Montreal, QC, Jill lived in California for 21 years, studying at various institutions and under many mentors in the fields of Traditional, Complimentary and Energetic Medicine. She has been working in the rural area of Sydenham, ON for the past 12 years, making house calls and practicing in the city of Kingston. Her practice combines Traditional Chinese and Japanese Acupuncture and Medicine with Energetic Medicine, Yoga, and Allopathic Medicine.
Acting as a resource guide, Jill helps her clients implement tailored self-care programs for life that address mind, body and spiritual needs.
Kim is re-energized every time she sees someone who has the strength to reach out for help, and feels privileged to have the opportunity to work with clients as they begin or continue their journey of self-discovery and self-awareness. The best part of her job is seeing firsthand how counselling can help clients shift their perspective: witnessing those “ah-ha” moments is one of the most gratifying aspects of her work.
Kim Lawrence holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from Carleton University, as well as an Honours Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Queen’s University. She is registered in good standing with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers, and has been providing counselling and supportive services since 2006 in a variety of roles. She offers person-centered, solution-focused counselling sessions focused on relationship enhancement, personal growth, healing, awareness and emotional understanding. Kim works from a family systems perspective and uses a variety of methods to assist her clients, including cognitive-behavioural therapy, family of origin based therapies, and narrative therapy.
Lyndsay believes that everyone needs someone to confide in, and, in her practice, seeks to form positive relationships that enable clients to free themselves of the burdens they carry. Her approach is guided by Family System’s Theory and Attachment Theory, and she employs a variety of modalities, including narrative therapy, dyadic psychotherapy and cognitive behavioural therapy, to help clients find their path to optimal individual and family mental health.
Lyndsay has been providing counselling and support services to children, youth and families since 2009. She holds a Master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Windsor as well as an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Psychology from Brock University. She is registered with the Ontario College of Social Workers and Social Service Workers.
Joey believes that everyone should be able to enjoy the things they love doing. This is why he is dedicated to helping others find freedom in health.
A Registered Massage Therapist in good standing with the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario, Joey is a graduate of Sutherland-Chan School of Massage Therapy and holds an Honours Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology from University of Waterloo. He has experience treating many types of patients, including athletes, seniors, pregnant women, cancer patients, stroke survivors, thoracic surgery patients, and patients with central nervous system disorders.
Joey draws on his background in sports and rehabilitation in his massage practice, specializing in sports and work-related injuries and drawing from a variety of skill sets, including hydrotherapy, myofacial work, positional release, joint mobilization techniques, clinical assessment, remedial exercises and many more.
Joey's passion for helping others has been present throughout his entire career. Prior to becoming an RMT, he worked as research assistant for the Heart and Stroke Foundation at Sunnybrook Hospital, as a student Kinesiologist for WorkAble Inc. Rehabilitation Centre, and as Physiotherapist Support Personnel for ptHealth Solutions Seniors Division at Ritz Lutheran Villa and Mitchell Nursing Home. Indeed, it was through Joey's experience working with many different skilled professionals, not to mention countless patients, that he developed a keen interest in massage therapy.
In his spare time, Joey enjoys playing variety of sports and loves exploring the great Canadian outdoors.
Rebecca is passionate about the multitude of benefits massage offers, and is proud to be a contributing factor in her clients' ongoing health and wellness. Whether clients are training for an upcoming sporting event, looking for a maintenance program to help with the prevention of injuries, or simply want to feel better, she is confident that massage can help.
Prior to becoming a Registered Massage Therapist, Rebecca graduated with Honours from Queen’s University, where she studied Physical and Health Education. This background, along with her love of sport and physical activity, has provided her with a solid understanding of the human body and how to achieve optimal performance.
Rebecca’s focus includes injury rehabilitation (be it a sports or an everyday injury), relief from acute or chronic pain and headaches, with treatments concentrating on postural alignment and stress and tension reduction. Rebecca received her massage training from Algonquin College and is a member of the College of Massage Therapists of Ontario and the Registered Massage Therapists Association of Ontario.
On Rebecca’s downtime she can be found enjoying the outdoors, camping and fishing in the summer months and snowboarding during the winter.
A fitness and health (not to mention paddleboard!) enthusiast, Kate is passionate about helping people find peace and wellness. That's why she's so happy to have found a professional home at Full Circle Health Network, a welcoming place with one simple goal: to help clients achieve freedom in health.
Before joining Full Circle, Kate worked as a biologist for the Ministry of Natural Resources in Peterborough for over five years. before a trip to Africa inspired her to set a goal to change career paths. Determined to find a way to help people, Kate left her government position to work for an health-focused NGO.
Kate now works with us full time at Full Circle Health Network as our Business Operations Manager.
|Initial Assessment and Treatment (approx. 50 min)*||$95|
|Child (6 years and under)||$60|
|Follow-up Treatments (approx. 25 min)||$65|
|Child (6 years and under)||$40|
|Initial Homeopathic Consultation (approx. 2 hours)||$190|
|Initial Homeopathic Consultation (under 16 years)||$140|
|Initial Homeopathic Consultation (under 2 years)||$80|
|Homeopathic Follow up||$60|
|Initial TCM/Acupuncture treatment (60 minutes)||$125|
|Follow up treatment (30 minutes)||$85|
|Hypnobabies (6 week course): Group Classes||$350|
|Hypnobabies (6 week course): Private Series||$500|
|Birth Tub Rental||$199 + tax|
|Integrated Intake||$49 + tax|
We accept cash, cheque, debit, Visa, Mastercard and American Express.
Many of our services are covered by extended benefits plans; receipts are provided for all services. For more details, please check with your insurance provider.
Please arrive 5-10 minutes early for your initial appointment. To respect your practitioner’s time, as well as the time of other clients, if you arrive late to your appointment, your session will still finish at its scheduled time.
**We love our clients but we also love being with our families. No-shows will be charged the FULL rate of missed appointments, since time we are not devoting to you is time we could be spending with our families.**
Please use the copper doors on the main Cataraqui St Entrance on the North side of the building (before the River Mill Restaurant). We are the first Suite on the left, through the double doors. If you are arriving after 5:30pm on weekdays or any time during the weekend, please use buzz code 110, as the doors will be locked.
For all inquiries please email us at email@example.com or call us at (613) 766-3503.