Todd W. Stewart

“I’ve been exploring and playing with healing for around 15 years or so, and although my main honourific is “Acupuncturist,” I merge together a variety of modalities to help people heal.  They’re all energetic-based, they’re all body-engagement based.

What started me off initially was an interest in Qi.  Energy.  This led me into Daoism and Zen philosophies, which led me to the school of Acupuncture, where I trained in Qigong, Acupuncture, and Tuina (Chinese medical massage).

I incorporate some Reiki, and also explore the use of crystals, plants, ancestors and spirits, and Meditation/Visualization in healing work.  Oh!  And sometimes Tibetan Singing Bowls, too!

My latest exploration has been through the lens of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, which I have found to significantly enhance all the other facets of the eclectic healing menagerie that is my medicine bag.

Todd Stewart the 3rd
Todd Stewart the 3rd

“I’ve been exploring and playing with healing for around 15 years or so, and although my main honourific is “Acupuncturist,” I merge together a variety of modalities to help people heal.  They’re all energetic-based, they’re all body-engagement based.

What started me off initially was an interest in Qi.  Energy.  This led me into Daoism and Zen philosophies, which led me to the school of Acupuncture, where I trained in Qigong, Acupuncture, and Tuina (Chinese medical massage).

I incorporate some Reiki, and also explore the use of crystals, plants, ancestors and spirits, and Meditation/Visualization in healing work.  Oh!  And sometimes Tibetan Singing Bowls, too!

My latest exploration has been through the lens of Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapy, which I have found to significantly enhance all the other facets of the eclectic healing menagerie that is my medicine bag.