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Posted on 08-Mar-2019

Balance | Harmony | Truth
Happy International Women's Day!
As a woman entrepreneur, I ūüíú Osteopathy because the founder of Osteopathy believed in social justice and change. When Dr. Still started the American School of Osteopathy in 1892, he admitted 6 women into the first fall class as he strong...

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Posted on 27-Feb-2019

Welcome to the world, little Declan!
Inner Peace Osteopathy is so grateful to be part of your mother’s osteopathic care and that you were delivered safely at home on February 8th. Many Blessings to you and your family - Congratulations to the new parents!

Posted on 01-Feb-2019

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Prosper in HEALTH. Happy Lunar New Year of the Pig! Wishing all my patients good health and lasting prosperity.

Posted on 19-Jan-2019

Inner Peace Osteopathy Closed on Friday, January 25th.
I am excited to be refreshing and honing my manipulative therapy skills by attending an Ontario Osteopathic Association (OOA) workshop on A.T. Still's Approach to the Foot and Ankle, taught by Dr. Rue Tikker. I look forward to applying this n...

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Posted on 12-Jan-2019

Balance | Harmony | Truth
Your HEALTH Is Your WEALTH! Resolve to put your overall health a priority this year and every year by scheduling Classical Osteopathic treatments as part of maintaining good health, vitality and preventing illnesses in the future for longevity.

In truth, reflect on the...

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Posted on 01-Jan-2019

Balance | Harmony | Truth
‚ú® Thank you to all the patients who trusted and referred Inner Peace Osteopathy for manual therapy - Wishing you a Happy, Healthy and Prosperous New Year! ‚ú®
Looking forward to providing you with osteopathic care in 2019!

Posted on 18-Dec-2018

Balance | Harmony | Truth
Happy Holidays! Inner Peace Osteopathy would like to wish you and your loved ones good health & happiness this holiday season and best wishes for the upcoming year!

Posted on Aug 6, 2018

Today we celebrate Dr. Andrew Taylor Still's 190th Birthday! The Father of Osteopathic Medicine, a frontier & civil war doctor, surgeon, inventor, author, and the founder of the American School of Osteopathy.

"The fundamental principles of osteopathy are different from those of any other system ...

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Posted on 19-Jun-2018

Happy 144th Birthday to Osteopathy! At 10:00 AM "On June 22nd 1874, I flung to the breeze the banner of Osteopathy." ~ Andrew Taylor Still, Founder of Osteopathy



Inner Peace Osteopathy is inspired by the ancient philosophy that balance and harmony are the truth to good health. We help patients restore the body’s inherent ability to self-heal and self-regulate by removing abnormal imbalances and returning the lost rhythm and natural flow to the body. 
Poor health, pain, and suffering are interpreted as imbalances and disharmony in the whole body which affects our mental, emotional, and physical well-being. 


The purpose at Inner Peace Osteopathy, is to understand the root cause(s) of the patient’s health problem rather than bandage the effects (symptoms), so that the individual can achieve their optimal health for life. Through manual treatment, we strive to provide excellent therapeutic care by:
  • Objectively listening to the health needs of the individual
  • Removing structural obstruction to bring balance and stability
  • Integrating and coordinating all systems harmoniously
  • Returning¬†the inherent rhythmicity back to the body


What Is Osteopathy?
The Ontario Osteopathic Association defines Osteopathy as an American science, founded by Dr. Andrew Taylor Still. It is a drugless and non-invasive manual form of therapy which treats the entire body. It follows a set of principles and emphasizes the interrelationship between the alignment of structure (anatomy) and function (physiology) of the body. Intrinsically, osteopathy believes in the body's ability to self-heal and self-regulate.

Dr. Andrew Taylor Still, Founder of Osteopathy (1828-1917)
After 25 years of thoroughly studying the exact knowledge of anatomy and physiology, Andrew Taylor Still, a physician and surgeon in Kirksville, Missouri discovered and gave to the world the therapeutic healing of Osteopathy in 1874. He adopted the term and meaning in 1889 because he reasoned that faulty positions or adjustments of the bones ('osteon') was the starting point from which he ascertained the cause of pathological conditions, and so combined the 'osteo' with 'pathy' (meaning suffering, disease) resulting in OSTEOPATHY to designate a new development in the science of medicine. 


Classical osteopathy is a distinctive form of manipulative therapy founded on the philosophy that all body systems are interrelated and dependent upon one another for good health (wellness). Recognizing this importance, treatments are holistic by integrating and coordinating the whole body, mind, and spirit rather than just treating the illness.

The approach of classical osteopathy is the reliance on the body's natural ability to self-heal and self-regulate and not that of external medication.

Classical osteopathy leaves no marks on the skin or relies on inserting any medical instruments into the body. As a result, no bleeding, bruising, and trauma is produce during treatment compared to other holistic modality to improve circulations of arteries, veins, lymphatics, CSF, and nerve forces. Therefore, allowing the body to begin self-healing and self-regulating in a far shorter recovery time. 

The effectiveness of classical osteopathy prevents fixed postural tensions which are physiologically abnormal and can lead to disease. Osteopathic treatment helps to maintain balance, structural stability, and harmonious function of all systems to support a healthier individual.

Osteopathic treatment is precise in improving nerve, arterial, & cerebral spinal fluid supply, and venous & lymphatic drainage in the individual so healing can begin to reverse destructive pathological processes and reduces or eliminate pain.   

Treatments are relaxing and help to reduce pain when the patient’s life forces have been diminished due to illness.


Osteopathic care is consistently safe, gentle, and effective. Treatments rendered are specific to each patient’s needs with precision and rational thinking. On each visit, patients are examined and assessed structurally using palpation through a well-recognized system (Osteopathic Structural Examination). Treatments are suitable for:
  • Infants: colic, feeding problems, sleep difficulties, etc.,¬†
  • Children: ear infections, skin irritations, bed wetting, etc.,
  • Youths: growing pains, tissue strains, head injuries, etc.,
  • Post secondary students: poor posture from studying, stress, etc.,
  • Adults: back pains, neck & shoulder problems, headaches, etc.,¬†
  • Mothers: pregnant, post-pregnancy, difficulty breast feeding, edema, painful periods, pelvic pain, etc.,
  • Seniors: joint pains, low vitality, palliative care, etc.,¬†
  • Chronic conditions: fibromyalgia, inflammation, etc.,
  • Acute conditions: accidents, falls, etc.,
  • Reducing or eliminating pain with no trauma
  • Dysfunctions: circulatory, digestive, endocrine, lymphatic, musculoskeletal, respiratory, reproductive, TMJ, etc.,
  • Rehabilitation after sports, dance, or repetitive strain injuries, car accidents, etc.,¬†
  • Maintaining ongoing health for longevity and vitality¬†¬†

Initial Osteopathic Treatment
The initial osteopathic treatment requires each new patient to fill out an online health history and consent form. Treatments are fully clothed and it is recommended to bring a change of loose comfortable clothing or workout clothes for each treatment to allow the body to be moved.

Duration: Approximately 45 minutes.

Coverage: Varies by health insurance provider, please check your private health insurance plan details for reimbursement. 

Follow-up Treatment
Follow-up treatments will vary based on each patient’s health needs and their body’s ability to heal. Typically patients will significantly improve after 3-5 treatments. In some serious or chronic cases, a longer treatment plan may be required.

Duration: Approximately 30 minutes.

Coverage: Varies by health insurance provider, please check your private health insurance plan details for reimbursement.   

MEET NGA LUU, MSc., M.OMSc., (Cert.) OOA

Nga is a result-oriented and trusted Osteopathist who strives to practice by the words of A.T. Still, "Find it, Fix it, Leave it alone." 

She uses her critical thinking & problem solving skills, the classical principles of Osteopathy, and the art of palpation to search for the cause(s) of each patient's health problems to then rationally apply osteopathic treatment in a skillful and effective system to promote self-healing within the individual. 

She is honoured and humbled to have studied at the Canadian Academy of Osteopathy and trained in their student clinic in Hamilton, Ontario. Currently, she also enjoys giving back to the student community by supervising part-time at the not-for-profit Canadian Academy of Osteopathy Student Clinic.

Upon completing the vigorous four year program - along with 1000 hours of supervised clinical training & practice, she received the Andrew Taylor Still Medal of Honour for the Graduate of the Year in her class. She is a certified professional member in good standing at the Ontario Osteopathic Association (OOA) and The Canadian Institute of Classical Osteopathy.


Thank you for your interest! 

Inner Peace Osteopathy is located in the heart of downtown Toronto inside the iconic CF Toronto Eaton Centre, on the 2nd level of the Galleria Offices.
  • On the 3rd level of the Toronto Eaton Centre by Nordstrom¬†(north end of Yonge/Dundas); Take the escalator located by the¬†Trattoria Mercatto¬†restaurant; OR Exit from¬†Indigo American Girl¬†
  • Take the Galleria Offices' elevator by¬†Zara¬†to 2nd level of the Galleria
  • Enter through the main centre doors and walk to the end of the hall
  • Turn left to the end of the hall
  • Turn left again to the end of the hall
  • Enter though two sets of doors onto the Galleria's pathway
  • Turn right to office 218A

Treatments are by appointments only.

Method of Payment Accepted: Cash, Debit Tap (Interac Flash), Debit Mobile Pay (Apple, Google, Samsung), Interac e-transfer*, Cheque

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220 Yonge Street, Suite 218A
CF Toronto Eaton Centre Galleria Offices
Toronto, ON M5B 2H1

Opening Hours

Mon:9:00 am ‚Äď 5:00 pm
Tue:9:00 am ‚Äď 7:00 pm
Wed:9:00 am ‚Äď 5:00 pm
Thu:9:00 am ‚Äď 5:00 pm
Fri:9:00 am ‚Äď 5:00 pm