Local, Accessible Natural Medicine

About the Clinic

Making compassionate, non-judgmental care an option.

The Georgina Butterflyway

1% of visit earnings are used to purchase native plants for the 14 Georgina Butterflyway gardens, maintained by Yulia, Katie and Judi.

Learn more about the David Suzuki Foundation Butterflyway Project here:

Butterflyway Project

Georgina Butterflyway gardens accessible to the public:

  • Canoe Garden at The Link
  • Georgina Naturopathic's therapy garden (follow the driveway to the back)
  • Our Lady of Smolensk Church at 5 Birch Rd (directly behind the church)
  • Springwood Beach Association at the end of Brule Lakeway (along the fence by the entrance)
  • Bethany Co-Op at 45 Atherton Cres (front garden)

Thank you, guardians of the land

Georgina Naturopathic is situated on the land of the Anishinaabe, Haudenosaunee, Mississauga, and Huron-Wendat people.

I am committed to decolonization and reconciliation by creating a safe healing space, honouring indigenous culture and history, supporting indigenous businesses and tending to the land by removing invasive species and growing native plants.

Sex-positive, body-positive health care

I dream of creating an amazing experience for people of diverse abilities, cultures, bodies, identities and relationship constellations, through ongoing education, multiple visit formats, biophilic design, adjustable equipment, BMI-free assessments and open, assumption-free discussions about sexuality.

Please tell me how to make it even better!