Being Happy Just Being

Keet Neville MTCMind/Body

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Summer typically involves holidays that take us out of our routines, and into novelty and excitement. Holidays can be stimulating and often require lots of energy. Even on the day of my last yoga class, … Read More

Healing Mindfully

Dr. Devon Christie MD, CCFP, ABIHMFunctional Medicine, Mind/Body, Stress

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There has been a lot of buzz lately about ‘mindfulness’. I’m sure you’ve heard of it in the media, and information is exploding within the scientific literature too. But what does mindfulness really mean? I … Read More

An Osteopathic Story

Melisa Dzamastagic DO(UK) M(Ost) Med, BAppScOsteopathy

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Dr. Fulford, a legendary Osteopath, whom many of you may have heard of through Dr. Andrew Weil’s book “Spontaneous Healing”, stressed the importance of looking at the living process of life. He said, “we have … Read More

Stillness

Melisa Dzamastagic DO(UK) M(Ost) Med, BAppScMind/Body, Osteopathy

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As summer comes to a close, school will be starting soon for many, and this means a keenness on improving memory, concentration, mental sharpness and addressing anxiety. Osteopathically speaking, this has a lot to do … Read More

Summer Time Fun with the Kids

Melisa Dzamastagic DO(UK) M(Ost) Med, BAppScOsteopathy, Stress

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As the school year comes to a close, and the days get longer, one of summer’s most cherished garden accessories, the trampoline, gets put to good use. It’s a favorite among the kids, but also … Read More

Detoxifying Vegan Coleslaw

Haely Lindau MSc Nutrition Holistic NutritionistRecipe, Vegan

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3 cups purple cabbage, finely shredded using food processor or by hand 1/2 cup chopped cilantro (or parsley) Dressing: 2T apple cider vinegar 1T maple syrup 1.5T nutritional yeast 1T tahini 1 tsp Tamari (or … Read More