Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine

Jason Palter

Jason became a Certified Hypnotist (CH) in May 2013 with the National Guild of Hypnotists. He is the director of the Greater Toronto Hypnosis Centre, as well as trained in Neuro-Linguistic Programming. Jason uses hypnosis to help thousands of people stop smoking, lose weight, and change other habits. In 2015, he won the Thornhill Liberal Readers’ Choice Aware for “Best Hypnotherapist”.

Dr. Henry Moller

After completing his medical degree at University of Toronto in 1992, followed by residency training in psychiatry and behavioural neurosciences at McMaster University, Dr. Moller completed a fellowship in Sleep Medicine at University Health Network, where he researched consciousness and simulator-based immersive environments to measure human performance and neurophysiology. Currently, alongside his practice, Dr.

Grace (Hyeja) Kang

Grace graduated in 2005 from the Toronto School of Traditional Chinese Medicine with a Doctor of TCM Diploma. She obtained her Certificate of Doctor of Acupuncture from China in 2000. She moved to Toronto in 2000 and studied acupuncture and TCM at The Toronto School of TCM for three years.  In her spare time Grace enjoys reading mystery books, hiking and spending time with her husband, son and daughter.

Jane Shou

Jane graduated from University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Science Honours and from the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine.  After graduation she became certified in Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture (Cosmetic Acupuncture) and in Hypnotherapy and Pediatic Hypnotherapy from the Ontario Hypnosis Centre.  When she is not practicing Naturopathic Medicine, Jane is educating patients on healthy, happy lifestyles, doing seminars, interviews with the media and writing articles.  In her spare time Jane enjoys hiking, art, music, writing and reading.

Nutrition and Lifestyle Medicine

  • Naturopathy
  • Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • Acupuncture
  • Varicose Vein Injections
  • Certified Hypnotherapist 



TCM (Traditional Chinese Medicine) has been developed and practiced for over 2000 years. TCM is considered relatively safe and effective method because of its wholistic approach to the body. TCM works as both treatment and prevention of disease and/or
disorders by using various modalities such as acupuncture, herbal remedies, Qi Gong (exercise), Tuina (Chinese hands-on therapy), moxibustion (heat therapy) and others.

What does acupuncture do?


Traditional Chinese Medicine/ Acupuncture


Sclerotherapy is a medical procedure used in the treatment of varicose veins.  Sclerotherapy involves injecting a solution or 'sclerosant' directly into the vein.  This solution 'scleroses' the vein - that is, irritates the inner vein walls causing them to thicken and seal off the vein.  Gradually the body converts the sclerosed vein into scar tissue which cannot be seen or felt.


Daniel Watters

 Daniel graduated from The University of Victoria with a Bachelor of Science in Biology and from The Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine.  Daniel is licensed to perform Acupuncture and Biopuncture.  His focus is chronic diseases and he is also interested in environmental medicine and epi-genetics.  When Daniel is not working he enjoys playing ultimate Frisbee, reading and spending time with his family.