Some BIG changes at Olea Health you can’t miss!


To our valued Olea Health patients,


Some BIG changes at Olea Health you can’t miss!  After almost 9 years in the same location, we will be moving offices on DEC 1, 2016– RIGHT NEXT DOOR, into UNIT 4. Olea Health will be sharing an office space and administration with Dr. Cam Stott at Wasaga Family Chiropractic & Massage Therapy.


Joining me in the move is Tracy Bertrand, Registered Social Worker and Isabel Fernandes, Nutrition & Wellness Specialist.  Unfortunately, we will be saying goodbye to our RMT’s, Jenn Hogan and Amanda Lacey, as well as Carmen at Reception.  We wish them all the best in their future endeavors. If patients wish to connect with our RMT’s please call our office, we will be happy to forward their information. Our new location will have 3 qualified RMT’s, who have been with Dr. Cam for a few years.


Our office phone number and email will stay the same at 705.429.0015 and  We are excited to welcome Angie Rowland, who is the current administrator at Wasaga Family Chiropractic. Angie will be the new familiar face at Olea Health, assisting me at reception.


Our office will be closed NOV 28 until NOV 30, as we move spaces. Please be patient with calls, supplements, follow ups and emails during this time. It will take some adjusting, as we all fall back into a rhythm again.


Though bittersweet, as Unit 3 has been a second home for almost 9 years, I welcome this change with positivity and growth and look forward to seeing everyone in my new office.


In good health,


Dr. Monika Lukacena- Russo, BSc. ND.

Canadian children in dire need of outdoor play: report

Lauren La Rose, The Canadian Press
Published Tuesday, June 9, 2015 7:28AM EDT
Last Updated Tuesday, June 9, 2015 7:49AM EDT

With Canadian children still failing to meet key physical activity targets, a new report is stressing the benefits of outdoor play and urging adults to give kids more freedom.

The report card found that 70 per cent of three-to-four-year-olds met early years guidelines of at least 180 minutes of daily physical activity at any intensity.

Older children fared much worse. Only seven per cent of five- to 11-year-olds and five per cent of 12- to 17-year-olds met recommended guidelines of 60 minutes of moderate to vigorous activity daily. Walking quickly, skating and biking are examples of moderate activities, while running, basketball and soccer are considered vigorous activities.

Our annual sunset & sunrise yoga on the beach


olea_health_cropped.png Presents our annual….

Sunset & Sunrise 

       Yoga on the Beach

Start date: Sat July 4 @ 8 am OR

                    Wed July 8 @ 7:45 pm

Location: Beach 5/6

Parking: Oakview Park (next to RecPlex)

Investment: $45 / 4 sessions OR

                       Pay As you GO- $15/ session

Instructor: Isabel Fernandes

All levels welcome & bring a friend/ guest to experience our amazing beach.