As the snow melts and the sun brings with it longer and warmer days, our bodies – sleepy and stiff, wake up from the winter months. Many people during this time experience exhaustion, bloating, indigestion and brain fog. This program has been developed to give your body and mind the tools to heal naturally so you can feel energized, renewed and optimized for the coming season.
Spring is a time for renewal, regeneration and growth. In with the old and out with the new. It’s the ideal time to nourish our bodies and minds and support the natural detoxification process – physical, mental and emotional. We are not focused on weight loss, but this program will put you on the right track to feeling good in your body and accomplishing whatever health goals you may have.
4 live meetings will be held on the following Wednesdays from 6-7 pm:
1. March 22 Organs of Detoxification: Meet & greet, meditation, & goal setting along with program overview. The learning topic of the week will be the organs of detoxification.
2. March 29 Gut Health: Check-in, with a discussion on challenges and achievements. The learning topic of the week will be Gut Health: how the GI system works, the gut-brain axis how to optimize gut health.
3. April 12 Nervous System Regulation: Check-in, with a discussion on challenges and achievements. The learning topic of the week will be Nervous System regulation: tips and tricks on how to keep your stress response in check.
4. April 19 Common Nutrient Deficiencies: Check-in, with a discussion on challenges, achievements, overall feedback and how to stay on top of your health going forward. The learning topic: Common nutrient deficiencies.
Feedback, connection, tips and tricks on how to stay on top
These meetings will all be recorded, so if you are unable to attend live you will still have access to the recordings!
Dr. Negin Sayar, ND is a licensed and registered naturopathic doctor with a primary focus on male
and female hormonal health, and gut health. She is a graduate of the Canadian College of
Naturopathic Medicine at the top of her class. During her internship, she was selected for the highly
competitive Oncology shift at the Integrative Cancer Centre where she received in-depth training
in adjunctive cancer care and naturopathic oncology from experts in the field.
Additionally, she holds a certificate in facial rejuvenation acupuncture. Prior to her naturopathic
studies, she obtained her medical degree from Shiraz University of medical sciences in Iran. She
then worked as a general practitioner in the hospitals and outpatient clinics where her passion for
holistic medicine was sparked.
Dr. Negin approaches each patient with an individualized and evidence-based plan. She believes
in being an advocate for her patients and empowering them to take an active role in every step of
their health journey. Her clinical philosophy is to work with her patients as partners and to establish
treatment plans and health goals as a team. Her number one priority in patient care is to foster a
respectful, compassionate, and caring environment where patient-doctor collaboration results in
creative, practical, and effective treatment plans that are unique to each patient. She employs
various treatment modalities such as acupuncture/traditional Chinese medicine, botanical
medicine, clinical nutrition (including nutraceutical prescriptions), counselling, cupping and
lifestyle modifications. She is committed to help her patients feel that their voice is heard, they are
actively involved in their own healing journey, and that they are supported throughout every step.
When she is not in the office, you may probably find her at her kitchen, recreating healthy recipes,
or on the hiking trails with her husband or perhaps sitting by her favorite window playing a hang
Dr. Negin is registered and in good standing with the College of Naturopaths of Ontario. She is an
active member of the Ontario Association of Naturopathic Doctors (OAND), the Canadian
Association of Naturopathic Doctors (CAND), and the Oncology Association of Naturopathic
Rebecca is a 4th-year naturopathic intern at the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She grew up with Naturopathic medicine as her primary method of healthcare and has been inspired to be an ND ever since. She has a background in energetic and mind-body medicine, training in various modalities including PEMF, vibroacoustic therapy, yoga, mindfulness meditation and hands-on energy healing. After over 10 years of practicing as an energetic therapist, she was yearning to learn more about the body and holistic medicine, and ready to take on a naturopathic doctorate. Rebecca also has a research background, focusing on nutrition, Naturopthic medicine and mental health. Her other main focus areas are anxiety and depression along with gastrointestinal conditions including IBS, SIBO, Ulcerative Colitis, Crohn’s and Diverticulitis.
*Disclaimer: The intention of this program is not to provide medical advice or treatment. If you are looking for individualized health care please contact the providers.