The Hairapist

City: Atlantic
Director: Todd Langille
Genre: Lifestyle
Host: Heidi Naugler

Life unfolds from the chair at Heidi's Hair Design; a unique little home salon in rural Nova Scotia that serves an eclectic and sometimes quirky range of characters. Once Heidi works her magic, clients leave not only looking better, but feeling better.

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Episode 1 - LEAH'S BIG DAY

It's wedding day for Leah and the pressure is on for Heidi to make her and her mother look perfect before heading straight to the ceremony. The bubbly flows as freely as the life reflections while everyone takes stock in their lives and their life commitments.


Family friend Val and her dog Oliver both come for some much needed hairapy. The power of animals to uplift and to heal can be seen through the influence they've had on Val and on Heidi's entire family.

Episode 3 - A FAMILY, A FAIR

With the changes in her husband's health, Heidi has to step up to be the key support for Talor to make it to the barrel racing competition. Heidi brings along her scissors, returning to the tradition of cutting hair for a variety of colourful characters on the fair grounds.

Episode 4 - DEATH POSITIVE (part 1)

Last minute appointments with a minister a musician and a medium end up turning the tables on Heidi for some much needed hairapy of her own. The medium communicates with Heidi's deceased mother, forcing Heidi to reconsider how she's been living with loss.

Episode 5 - DEATH POSITIVE (part 2)

The musician takes the chair and blows Heidi away with her amazing vocals. The day is rounded out by Heidi's good friend Jeff as he helps her make sense of a whirlwind of new death-insights.


A year ago, Heidi helped her childhood friend Lynn begin the transition to grey. As the two friends reunite and assess Lynn's hair color progress, they reflect on other life changes the past year has brought them.


It's an emotional reunion with longtime neighbour Edward, who almost didn't survive his open heart surgery. Heidi shares her own challenges and changes surrounding her heart health issues.

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