Whole Health Acupuncture

Addressing the underlying cause and improving quality of life.


I’m Victoria Pumphrey, Registered Acupuncturist, Certified Reflexologist, Registered Holistic Nutritionist, Energy Worker and wellness is my Passion.

With close to twenty years experience in the natural health, field from being behind the scenes working in natural health products distribution to working one on one with clients, I am pleased to be in northern Ontario, serving the greater Parry Sound area since July 2018.

I offer private appointments and run a Community Acupuncture clinic.

I am a member of the Chinese Medicine and Acupuncture Association of Canada (CMAAC), and board certified with the College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario (CTCMPAO), member #6024.

Let’s work together to address your individual needs and goals.

Acupuncture is a safe, natural, effective therapy where thin sterilized needles are inserted into the skin. 

The NADA protocol is not the same as a full medical acupuncture treatment where a full assessment is done with body needling. The NADA™ protocol is tailored specifically for smoking cessation and most types of addiction and uses five ear acupuncture points on both ears..

Stimulating reflexes with thumb and finger techniques can help many health problems in a natural way, a type of
preventative maintenance.

Reiki is gentle and non-invasive, healing energy to help release blockages to help restore balance, promote relaxation and healing.

Axiatonal Alignment is a simple yet powerful “tune up” of the energy systems and helps releases blockages and bring about balance.

Therapeutic Touch™ is an energy field modality where the hands are used to balance the energy field to enhance the body’s natural healing process.

Community Acupuncture is a nationwide movement to create access to acupuncture for many people by removing the barrier of cost from healing. Generally, people need more than one treatment to resolve health complaints and community acupuncture offers a way to continue with regular sessions, often weekly for a set of treatments. Community Acupuncture clinics offer treatment in a group setting and charge on a sliding scale.

We do not receive any subsidies or grants. What keeps the clinic open is that clients pay what they can afford for their sessions, and in many cases, they share their experience with others. If you know someone who can benefit from acupuncture, please spread the word.


If you have further questions please contact Victoria (705) 772-2599 with the best number(s) to reach you and I will contact you as soon as possible.  Alternatively, you can reach me via our Contact Form below.

Many employers offer medical/ dental plans which usually include coverage for registered acupuncturist. It would be a good idea to check with your employer and find out what type of coverage you actually have and how to be reimbursed. Victoria is board certified with the CTCMPAO. We provide a receipt at each visit. You can then submit your receipts to the insurance company representing your particular plan. Please feel free to ask us if you have any questions.

Payment in full is required at each visit. Payment options:

Cash, Debit, Credit Card (Visa, Mastercard).

Unplanned issues or emergencies come up for all of us. A minimum 24 hours notice is requested for appointment changes or cancellations. If you miss an appointment and fail to give us 24 hours notice there will be a $50 charge for private sessions and $5-$20 for community acupuncture.

In order to establish and maintain a scent-free environment, we respectfully request our clients refrain from using scented products on the day of their appointment. Thank you in advance.

How Long Do the Needles Stay In?
The needles are retained for 20-45 minutes.

Acupuncture: Initial & Follow ups, $85, initial up to 90 minutes, follow ups, up to 60 minutes.

Community acupuncture: sliding scale $20-$40.

Reflexology & Reiki: 60 minutes, $75.

NADA Protocol: 10 sessions, $500