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December 10, 2019

When dealing with chronic pain or a chronic injury, many often live or move in fear of having a flare-up or recurrence of their pain.

People change the way they move, sometimes to their detriment.

Breath holding.

Tensing shoulders.

Gripping muscles around their trunk - bac...

December 4, 2019

In our last blog we discussed the importance of education in managing conditions of low bone density, osteoporosis and osteopenia (OP). By becoming more knowledgeable about how your condition and how it applies to your current situation, you can exercise with more conf...

November 18, 2019

Have you been diagnosed with Osteoporosis or Osteopenia (OP)?

Not knowing the in’s and out’s of how these low bone density conditions are best managed may seem a bit daunting, especially with all the scary information out there.

Yes, small knocks or falls can result in a...

November 12, 2019

In many ways – our faced paced western culture does not prepare us for how to handle stress.

That is to say, stress management is not something we are taught as kids, it isn’t a skill that comes naturally, nor something that is biologically hardwired and programmed into...

October 21, 2019

You may or may not have heard of them yet, I am of course talking about Himalayan salt lamps. If you haven’t, just imagine a chunk of rock salt hollowed out from the middle. Place a bulb in this newly carved opening and voila, light shines through the salt crystal, cre...

September 30, 2019

Do you struggle with daily racing thoughts and want to find more clarity of mind?

For many people in the west, we have a chronic addiction to doing. That is, constantly needing to keep ourselves occupied - whether that's at work, in family life or in our leisure time.