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About The Oasis
 
Helen Somerville, a business women and philanthropists wished to create a nurturing environment, focusing on complimentary health care, where guests would come to “Restore, Rejuvenate and Relax”.  Helen envisioned that there would be an educational component regarding holistic care through seminars and workshops.
   
Through the use of her Estate, Helen has lovingly created a riverfront oasis to honour the spirit, strength and memory of her dear friend Peggy.
Helen's Truth (click here)
 
Peggy's Holistic Oasis   provides innovative, complimentary health care based on a non-medical platform. Practitioners specialize in a team approach aimed at overcoming stress and its impact on mind, body and spirit, to achieve a healthy outcome. Various services are offered for individuals, groups and corporations.
 
Peggy's Holistic Oasis is a collective comprised of Ottawa's best holistic practitioners. These qualified and professional individuals work together in their quest to provide the greatest and most positive outcome possible. Collectively our practitioners have over fifty years experience.
 
Each guest is encouraged to consider safe, natural and innovative approaches.
Each guest is offered support on their individual healing journey.
Each guest is provided a team approach to personalized care.
Each guest is heard.
 
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Susan Hagar
Director
613-852-8393
 
Susan has worked as a Registered Nurse for 25 years and has been a student of natural health since 1995. She has studied several complimentary therapies including Reiki, Trance Healing and Rising Star Healing. Within her role as Director of Peggy’s Holistic Oasis, Susan has developed the Stress Release Oasis programs in Turks and Caicos and Machu Picchu. Additionally she organizes annual sacred journeys to Peru with Inca spiritual messenger Willaru Huayta (www.elderswithoutborders.org). Susan was instrumental in establishing Elders Without Borders in 1999 under the direction of native elder Grandfather William Commanda, and she is involved in ongoing work for native sovereignty and self-determination. With her family, Susan lives in Peru for a few months each year to assist in the raising of consciousness in the sacred valley. However, her most important role for now is home-schooling her two children.
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