Wellness on 1st - Health and Wellness Center is comprised of a group of like minded holistic health practitioners in Calgary, Alberta who dedicate themselves to helping people achieve better health in their lives, their bodies and their communities.
We understand that wellness looks different for everyone and is a continual journey of learning. Our practitioners strive to stay current and up to date with education and courses and love to learn new skills and teach them to others.
We provide multiple holistic health services all in one space! This allows for a better standard of care and cross collaboration among different healthcare professionals. We have built a trusted referral network to other health professions within Calgary and look forward to more collaboration with allopathic medical doctors offices to come.
Our wellness center was founded in 2021 in the community of Tuxedo Park (in a historic building called the Kelly Block) and came to fruition through owner, Susan Newman and co founder, Jessie Comeaus' vision to have a healing center together. They wanted a place that feels like home. A place where people can come to heal their bodies and regain vitality through natural methods. Susan and Jessie, along with other skilled practitioners, bring forth their years of knowledge and experience to contribute to the success at Wellness on 1st.
We have online scheduling for appointments - with booking options available 7 days a week, and direct billing available for most private health insurance companies.
The support from other practitioners, current and new clients and our community have already been phenomenal - Thank you Calgary!
We look forward to seeing you soon!
1802 1st Street NW, Unit 201 Calgary, Alberta T2M 2T2
In the spirit of respect and reconciliation, Wellness on 1st honours and acknowledges that we live, work, and play on the traditional territories of the Blackfoot Confederacy (Siksika, Kainai, and Piikani Frist Nations), the Tsuut’ina Frist Nation, the Stoney Nakoda Nations, the Métis Nation (Region 3), and all people who make their homes in the Treaty 7 region of Southern Alberta.