Elevated Health and Wellness
6-71 Mountainview Rd North
Georgetown, ON L7G 4J6
Dr. Alicia Motuz
Elevated Health & Wellness is a group of healthcare providers who strive to elevate the health of their patients to help them live the lives they dream of. Our team includes two naturopathic doctors(NDs), two registered massage therapists (RMTs), an osteopathic manual practitioner, a Chinese medicine doctor, a social worker and a dietitian. Everyone has their strengths but uses them to work together to ensure the best care possible for each patient. Elevated Health & Wellness opened in November 2016 so that Alicia Motuz ND could bring intravenous (IV) therapy to Georgetown. It is the only location in Halton Hills providing that service. Although Alicia Motuz ND has only lived in Georgetown for a few years, she has found joy building ties to the community. She is the Chair of the Cornerstone Women’s Network, a member of Kiwanis, and a hockey player (not that good of a player) in the Senior Women’s Twister’s league. Elevated health & Wellness also supports Georgetown Soccer Club and the Mustangs Soccer Club. Despite the fact that she joined to save money at the Home Show, once being a member of the Chamber, she realized all the benefits that being a member provided. The business after-hours is a way to meet like minded individuals, the Taste of the Hills is delicious year after year, Women’s Roundtable has built strong relationships with other women, International Women’s Day was so inspiring and of course, the home show introduced her team to so many members of the community. You get what you put into it, but being a member of the Chamber has been more than worth it!
Lesley-Anne coaches businesses to resolve conflict in a way that leads to better outcomes and that nurtures relationships amongst and between employers and employees. Over 2300 CEOs globally have taken the training with many of them implementing the methodology throughout their organizations.
Nonflict: The Art of Everyday Peacemaking is either a 2 or 4-hour experiential learning workshop learning to use tools to transform conflict from destructive to constructive; leading to resolution, growth and better decision making. After learning about their own and other conflict resolution styles, attendees will learn the Nonflict way and apply it immediately to their real-life examples.
“The Nonflict Way” methodology is a simple and effective 3-step method that provides a structured approach to conflict resolution. The steps lead people to understand themselves and one another, then to discuss their shared reality, and finally to take active steps to co-create their ideal reality. Seminars and speaking engagements can be booked directly through Lesley-Anne.
LCM Web Design - Lori McCabe
I have been in business since 2007 and specialize in developing a web presence for small to medium sized businesses. Not only will your web site look good, it will work well on all screen sizes and be easy to navigate so your customers can find the information they are looking for. I pride myself in building websites that work for your business. I can build you a one page information page site, a five page products and services site, a fully integrated e-commerce site or anything in-between.
Soac Media - Sue Walker
Social Media Management & Coaching for Small Business since 2014
Soac Media can take your social media from being a resource drain to a profitable sales and marketing tool. Services include social media management, one-on-one coaching, staff training, and workshops on a variety of topics including ”Facebook Business Page Best Practices”, “Social Listening”, and “Using LinkedIn”
The Achievement Centre
Diane Nelson, Principal
Serving Halton Region & Wellington County
The Achievement Centre (TAC) is a Canada wide network of business coaches and program facilitators. TAC deploys assessments and interprets data to provide business owners and senior managers with results-centred programs to improve the productivity and effectiveness of their employees.
Sweatman Law Firm
83 Mill Street, Until 104,
Georgetown, Ontario L7G 5E9
T: 905.877.0121 | F: 866.875.3817
Jasmine Sweatman is the managing partner at Sweatman Law Firm and is a Certified Specialist in Estates and Trusts law by the Law Society of Upper Canada. Jasmine has been practicing for over 25 years after obtaining her law degree from Osgoode Hall and Sweatman Law was established in 2006 in Oakville and expanded into Milton in January 2014 and Georgetown, acquiring William Manderson’s practice in July 2014. Sweatman Law has been nominated in the Halton Hills Readers’ Choice in 2 categories, Best Lawyer and Best Legal office for 2017.
Business Development Bank of Canada
BDC (Business Development Bank of Canada)
4 – 555 Industrial Dr. Office Suite 115
Milton, ON L9T 5E1
BDC is Canada’s business development bank; the only Bank dedicated exclusively to Canadian entrepreneurs. We help create and develop strong Canadian businesses through financing, consulting services and investments, with a strong focus on small and medium size enterprises.
Greg Coman Photography
Address: 10737 Sixth Line Georgetown, ON L7G 4S6
Phone number : 647-204-2067
Greg Coman Photography provides a full range of photography services for local businesses and families. My services include business portraits and headshots, and business event photography.
I also provide family photography services, including family portraits, engagement and wedding photography, and private events.