Keystone got its start in the hands of a master stone mason in 1997.  His idea was to create a place of natural beauty and warmth, by building with granite, stone, wood and brick.   His dream stalled upon his passing and remained unfulfilled until 2014 when it was taken over and completed by his family, becoming Keystone Health.  His vision culminated in a space that is warm, welcoming and healing by its very nature.  The center piece of the home is a large double sided firplace extending into heated granite floors, stone walls and accentuated by original woodwork.  

Hundreds of people have since experinced the healing qualities of this original space,  while visiting the practitioners who call this magical place home.

Our Practitioners.......

Laura Bowles, RMT

A Registered Massage Therapist since 2009, Laura has successfully owned, operated and nurtured her practice for the past 14 years.  In this time she has also been the owner/operator of Keystone Health, just outside of Mahone Bay.

Trained in Swedish Massage, she also relies on her many continued training techniques such as The Auth Method, cupping, deep tissue and myofascial release.

Laura believes that regular massage is an important and integral self care practice, which can create lasting effects, to not just our musculature, but all major body systems.

Phone: 902-523-1636

Kay Ennis R.Ac

After making Nova Scotia her home in 2015, Kay discovered her passion at the Canadian College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. There, she excelled at embracing the eastern approach to holism and understanding the ways it can complement the western approach of medicine. Graduating in 2019, she still carries the passion and excitement that stirred at the beginning of the journey. Additionally, she is practiced in many forms of energy work and endlessly works to expand her knowledge in many complementary modalities. Appointments can be booked online in a few easy steps!


Dr. Phil Street, Psychologist

Clients are welcome to self-refer for anxiety, depression, personality and relationship issues, as well as to address self-defeating behaviors, patterns of avoidance, work-relatedchallenges and other stress-related negative health events, including problems that have not been resolved through prior treatments, i.e., medications, psychotherapy and counselling.  Stress-related difficulties can show up as gastrointestinal symptoms, respiratory, cardiovascular, muscular or immune system complaints.  Symptoms can occur in just about any body system.  

Typically, the approach taken, known as ISTDP (Intensive Short-Term Dynamic Psychotherapy) will involve the processing of avoided complex feelings contributing to the difficulties presented.

For an appointment, please contact:

Dr. Phil Street, Psychologist

(902) 529.1559 (takes voicemail)