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Offering patients a variety of services including Acupuncture, Manual Lymphatic Drainage,  Iridology and Wellness Consultations, Chris is now practicing at Northview Health and Wellness Center located at #300-1124 Lonsdale Avenue. 


Coming in 2024.....

 - - - Women on the Brink  podcast - A  platform designed to support and encourage women who are dealing with different types of stress and adversity in their day to day lives.  This medium will provide the tools to raise awareness and build resilience to help you move away from the edge of the cliff you may be teetering on, and  move toward the brink of something more sustainable and fulfilling.

- - - Indigenous Doula Birth-keeper Services - An Indigenous Doula provides emotional and physical support to birthing mothers, with an emphasis on the cultural, spiritual, and traditional practices of Indigenous people.  Chris is now accepting clients for January 2025  births.  Contact Chris Here

Hi - I'm Chris Jeffrey, a Registered Acupuncturist, Manual Lymphatic Drainage Practitioner,  Iridology Consultant, Indigenous Doula and soon to be Podcaster.


My passion for wellness began with my own autoimmune health challenges some 20 years ago. These past years have been a lot trial and error on my healing journey, but I am now seeing the light at the end of a long tunnel. Chris Jeffrey Wellness is a culmination of personal experience, education and clinical practice which strives to integrate the concept of wholism into every patients health goals. The ultimate objective is for everyone is to leave the clinic feeling refreshed, rebalanced and relaxed.

Acupuncture Services for Strains
Choices Market Acupuncture Article

Choices Market Newsletter October 2018

What foods are best to eat in the fall from a Traditional Chinese Medicine perspective?

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In 2023 Chris Jeffrey

became a proud Leader of I-SPARC


The Indigenous Sport, Physical Activity & Recreation Council (I·SPARC) is a provincial organization established for the purpose of improving the health outcomes of Indigenous

people by supporting and encouraging physically active individuals, families, and communities. 

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Metis Nation Acupuncture Article

Metis Nation BC - Resilient Roots Mental Health & Wellness Magazine

Spring 2020

Teenage Mental Health and Acupuncture

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