Yuri is a Danforth Naturopathic Doctor who is dedicated to help people to walk their life’s path with joy.
Yuri is also a director of Yuri’s Village Naturopathic Clinic, a certified CEASE therapy practitioner, and a graduate of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine. She is passionate about helping individuals achieve their wellness goals with accurately perscribed natural medicines that are effective, affordable and sustainable. As a licensed Naturopathic Doctor, she excels in working with endocrine issues (thyroid, female hormone, and adrenal), depression & anxiety, autism, using homeopathy, nutrition, botanical medicine, and traditional Japanese and Chinese medicine.
Yuri has worked as an intern at the Robert Shed Naturopathic Clinic, focusing on patients with HIV/AIDS, as well as volunteered at several rural clinics in Kenya. She has been a member of the Pediatric Association of Naturopathic Physicians since 2013.
Yuri’s Village Naturopathic Clinic was mentioned as “The Best Naturopathic Doctors in Danforth“by Yelp, and Yuri was mentioned as a “Successful Woman Store Owners in Danforth“ by Neighbourhood Living Magazine.
Yuri has created Yuri’s Village (2010) in Toronto’s Danforth area as a way of developing a community, like a village, where its members can support each other and the well being of humanity with the help of Mother Earth. She enjoys working with people and support each person’s unique journey to re-discover and heal self.
And there’s a little more to the story…
Yuri was born in a countryside near Tokyo where she played in the woods and learned the wisdom from ecosystem, local herbs and Japanese healing foods. From a young age, her passion was to seek the universal truth and understand the wisdom of nature.
She decided to study English and came to Canada at high school. During that years, she has learned to use art as a tool to be able to express herself beyond words. Her artwork has been exhibited in both Japan and Canada.
Yuri’s personal healing journey took her to many countries and communities, always with the warm support of the people and nature around her. Her deep respect of Mother Nature made her come to the understanding that, with love, we can accept and heal ourselves.