Dr. Robyn Land, ND

Dr. Robyn and her dog Tanah

Medically trained, Naturally Focused

Embracing the naturopathic tenant to “treat the whole person,” I combine evidenced-based medicine with the art and wisdom of traditional medicine to empower my patients to achieve their fullest health potential. With modalities including nutrition, traditional Chinese medicine & acupuncture, spinal adjustments, herbal medicine, homeopathy and lifestyle modification, I creates holistic treatment plans to restore, rejuvenate and optimize your health.

Born and raised in the Lower Mainland, I took many paths on my journey to becoming a Naturopathic Physician. I started with the plan of working in the environmental field, leading me to complete a Diploma of Technology in Fish, Wildlife and Recreation at BCIT, followed by a Bachelor of Arts in Environmental Geography from Simon Fraser University. I got to travel throughout North America and the Caribbean studying birds, vegetarian and working on environmental restoration projects, developing my love of nature and learning about the connections within it.

A long-time love of yoga, lead me to complete my yoga teacher training in 2006. What I thought was going to be a one-time-a-week opportunity, quickly became a full-time passion. I stepped back from my environmental work and threw myself, wholeheartedly, into yoga. I opened Yoga Spirit, a small-studio in Burnaby, which is still a thriving community today. At the same time, I trained as a doula to support women in pregnancy and childbirth. Developing my knowledge of anatomy, movement and connection through these practices brought me to discover naturopathic medicine as my path. Going back to school as a more senior student was a challenge, but one that I embraced and thrived under. In 2014, I graduated from the Boucher Institute of Naturopathic Medicine and am the recipient of the prestigious Nicole Robinson Memorial and Dr. Prytula Scholarships.

I now have a medical practice on Commercial Drive and love being a part of the East Vancouver community. I am also the owner of Local Health & Corporate Wellness, where myself and my team bring holistic healthcare to workplaces around the Lower Mainland. I am a faculty member at my alma mater in the Physical Medicine Department and love to be able to teach the generation of doctors.

Keeping balanced is really important to me, which is why I keep up with my practice of teaching yoga as well. Together with Dr. Nikita Vizniak, we developed the ProHealth Yoga Teacher Training program, a 200-hour Yoga Alliance accredited yoga teacher training. As the program director and head facilitator, I focus on helping guide and develop excellent yoga teachers with solid depth of knowledge in anatomy, alignment, yoga principles and teaching.

In my free time, I love to be outside, especially in or around the water and spends as much time as possible surfing, swimming or paddling. From an early age, I caught the travel bug and love to explore new areas of the globe that I haven’t checked out yet. I can often be found on my yoga mat, in a hammock or hanging out with my husband and our “fur baby,” Tanah.

I look forward to meeting you soon and helping support you on your journey to health.

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