While some may question their techniques, Winnipeggers practice alternative therapies — in science, business and spirituality.
Winnipeg health facilities incorporate alternative healing practices into their programming.
Regulated alternative therapies complementary to medical treatments are not covered by Manitoba Health.
While people in Winnipeg pay to receive energy healing, practitioners haven’t been able to convince doctors to accept this unconventional therapy as a complement to medicine.
Alternative therapies have gone from word of mouth to webpage.
Winnipeg marks the spot for alternative therapies.
“Women often work harder and are more productive for less pay because they’re constantly having to prove themselves worthy…it has to change.”
City’s gender disparity among the worst in Canada.
Video series, Meta Medicine, documents the challenges, issues and growth of Winnipeg’s thriving alternative healing community.
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