Our Team

ND, Registered Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioner, Acupuncturist, Birth Doula

Du (pronounced “Yo”) La is co-owner and co-founder of Toronto Centre for Naturopathic Medicine.

Du is a licensed naturopathic doctor, registered Traditional Chinese Medicine practitioner and acupuncturist, and is an experienced naturopathic birth doulas (professional birth assistant).

Du has been practicing naturopathic medicine for over 20 years, with a clinical focus in:


ND, Bowen Therapist

Jonah Lusis is a co-owner and co-founder of Toronto Centre for Naturopathic Medicine.

He is a licensed naturopathic doctor who has been practicing Bowen Therapy (a unique pain treatment technique), since 2002, and is a dedicated practitioner of meditation.

Jonah has experience treating a wide range of health concerns, but has extensive experience in treatment/implementation of:


ND, Birth Doula, CSCS®

Janice Wu is a licensed naturopathic doctorbirth doula (professional birth assistant), Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist® (CSCS®) and Stott Pilates® instructor.



Yan Yen Loo is a licensed naturopathic doctor.  She is passionate about supporting patients with their overall health, particularly with their mental health .  Her clinical focus includes: 


ND, Birth Doula

Natalie Senst, ND is a licensed naturopathic doctor and naturopathic birth doula (professional birth assistant). Natalie has a particular interest in the gut-brain interplay, and supporting healthy brain function through the lifespan. She considers digestion, brain health and hormonal balance the three essential aspects of her care model. She loves to support and empower women, and in turn to help them support their families and loved ones. Natalie’s practice is inclusive and dedicated to empowering you to reach your health goals. 

At TCNM,  Natalie’s naturopathic practice includes:


ND, IBCLC (International Board Certified Lactation Consultant)

Laura (she/her) is an advocate for new parents, a defender of the rights of the child, and a mother of 2. As a Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) and Naturopathic Doctor (ND) she loves supporting families as they prepare for the arrival of their little ones and navigate feeding challenges if they arise.

Her love for learning has led Laura to complete further training in infant mental health promotion, infant sleep, and self-regulation in the early years, which are all woven into her work.

Laura has lived in Canada, Thailand, and Ethiopia with her family, and along the way has been challenged to explore what it means to decolonize breast/bodyfeeding, parenting, and postpartum health care. When not seeing patients or running lactation trainings, Laura enjoys exploring with her kids, reading, listening to podcasts, being creative, and connecting with nature.

Naturopathic medicine and lactation consultations provided at Toronto Centre for Naturopathic Medicine are covered by most extended healthcare plans.

Meet Laura

  • More to come!

Please contact us to arrange an appointment.

Registered Acupuncturist

Dina Khorasanee is a Registered Acupuncturist (R. Acu.) 

Using Traditional Chinese Medicine modalities, such as acupuncture, cupping, moxibustion, gua sha, tuina (Chinese massage), and nutrition, she treats patients with a wide range of medical conditions, with a focus on:

Her passion is supporting individuals and families navigating through significant life events.

Dina holds a diploma in Acupuncture and Moxibustion from Eight Branches College of Eastern Medicine. Prior to studying Traditional Chinese Medicine, Dina spent over 13 years as a birth and postpartum doula. She supported families by providing them with the tools they needed to feel both confident and cared for during this special life transition. She also holds a Masters degree in Political Science and Development Studies, influencing her 10 years of work with vulnerable communities both in Canada and abroad.

She is a member of the International Association of Infant Massage (IAIM).

Her many years of experience supporting families and individuals in a variety of circumstances have left her patients feeling both heard and cared for.

Dina is a mother of 2 who loves to take spontaneous day trips outside of the city to explore the outdoors with her family. As well, for over a decade she homeschooled her kids for 3 months out of the year while they explored and connected with their families in Latin America. To get to know Dina and join her adventures, you can find her in the Instagram world.

Dina looks forward to meeting and supporting you on your journey to better health and wellness. Please contact us to arrange an appointment.

Clinic Support Specialist, Patient Support Specialist

Our receptionist and administrative assistant, Calyn is here to greet you with a smile, offer you her full attention, and to ensure your every experience with us is a pleasure.

Calyn began working at TCNM as an intern in the Humber College Wellness Coaching program. When an opportunity to join the team presented itself, she “seized the day”, and has not looked back.

Outside of work, Calyn enjoys spending time with her friends, family and her puppy, Brandy. The kitchen is her happy place, as cooking for others is her “love language”. She finds nothing more restorative than than exploring nature and all it has to offer. You can count on her to always be striving to grow and achieve her highest quality of life while inspiring others do the same.

Patient Support Specialist

Tammy Pynn is likely to be your first contact at Toronto Centre for Naturopathic Medicine. Tammy is detail-oriented and conscientious, and always working with the goal of ensuring your experience with us is as seamless and efficient as possible.

Tammy has a life-long passion for health and food, and has trained as a holistic nutritionist.

A transplant to Ontario from Alberta, Tammy discovered a deep love for the lake, enjoying “cold dipping” year-round. An “herb-nerd”, she enjoys spending time in nature, wildcrafting local plants and creating home-made botanical tinctures. In her leisure time whe enjoys reading and cuddling with her two cats.