4 October 4, 2019

My Friend Dumped Me and I Am Grateful

2019-10-04T12:10:04-07:00

My Friend Dumped Me and I Am Grateful by Jandy Anderson, Dalian Method Facilitator  The root of suffering is attachment. ~ the Buddha It was dark outside when I got the phone call. It was a short call. She said, “I’ve got nothing to give.” I can’t remember everything she said. You know how memory [...]

My Friend Dumped Me and I Am Grateful2019-10-04T12:10:04-07:00
17 August 17, 2019

3 Steps to Getting Yourself to Counselling

2019-08-17T13:18:52-07:00

3 Steps to Getting Yourself to Counselling by Myriame Lyons With 1 in 5 Canadians experiencing a mental health problem or illness in their lifetime, it is known that many more are indirectly affected². Family members and friends who care for a loved one struggling with a mental health problem can experience their own distress. [...]

3 Steps to Getting Yourself to Counselling2019-08-17T13:18:52-07:00
26 July 26, 2019

Speaking in Gibberish for Relationships and Intimacy

2019-07-26T11:48:27-07:00

Speaking in Gibberish for Relationships and Intimacy By Jandy Anderson Sometimes we take ourselves way too seriously. Speaking in gibberish is an excellent exercise for dis-engaging from your mind and being more playful and spontaneous. It helps you connect with your innocence. Gibberish means talking in nonsense sounds. It is especially good for those of [...]

Speaking in Gibberish for Relationships and Intimacy2019-07-26T11:48:27-07:00
26 March 26, 2019

4 Ways to Gently Boost your Body’s Detoxification System this Spring

2019-03-26T14:06:32-07:00

4 Ways to Gently Boost your Body's Detoxification System this Spring by Kelsey Ellis, RHN Spring has officially sprung and it has us thinking about feeling healthier, getting more active and possibly shedding some excess weight we put on over the winter months. Our exposure to chemicals in our food supply, poor air quality we [...]

4 Ways to Gently Boost your Body’s Detoxification System this Spring2019-03-26T14:06:32-07:00
21 March 21, 2019

5 Tasty Recipes to Start Your Day!

2019-03-21T14:37:06-07:00

The Importance of a Warm Breakfast & 5 Tasty Recipes to Start Your Day! by Jenny Abel, Registered Acupuncturist   Eating something warm and solid for breakfast is important in Chinese Medicine. It strengthens your digestion, boosts your metabolism, and provides nourishment and sustainable energy. If you skip breakfast it can actually weaken your digestive [...]

5 Tasty Recipes to Start Your Day!2019-03-21T14:37:06-07:00
7 February 7, 2019

Roasted Sweet Potato & Brussels Sprout Salad

2019-02-07T14:28:30-07:00

Roasted Sweet Potato & Brussels Sprout Salad By Kelsey Ellis, RHN Do you want to eat more plant foods but think they're not filling enough? This is not your average salad! It's warm, filling and the flavours are phenomenal. It features a tangy tahini dressing and 17g of 100% plant-based protein. Roasted Sweet Potato & [...]

Roasted Sweet Potato & Brussels Sprout Salad2019-02-07T14:28:30-07:00
5 February 5, 2019

Physical Pain is Never Only Physical

2019-02-05T14:42:09-07:00

Physical Pain is Never Only Physical By Jandy Anderson, Dalian Method Facilitator   “Health is a state of consciousness. It has nothing to do with age, illness or even the health of the body or mind. Whether you are aware of it or not, every step you take towards healing is a step towards consciousness. [...]

Physical Pain is Never Only Physical2019-02-05T14:42:09-07:00
31 December 31, 2018

Honouring Ourselves in The Journey Towards Sustainable Change

2019-03-26T13:22:09-07:00

Honouring Ourselves in The Journey Towards Sustainable Change by Kelsey Ellis, RHN Change is an inevitable part of the human growth process. All of us have arrived at some point in our lives where we have a deep knowing that we have not been taking care of ourselves. That something needs to change in our [...]

Honouring Ourselves in The Journey Towards Sustainable Change2019-03-26T13:22:09-07:00
5 October 5, 2018

Bring the Outdoors In

2018-10-05T15:03:25-07:00

Bring the Outdoors In By Jacqueline May Conte, CNP Boy, did the temperatures turn this week! The crisp air is so lovely, but it shortens our days and limits the time we like to be outdoors. Instead, we opt for comfy clothes, blankets, lattes, and lounging with a good book. I’m not complaining, I love [...]

Bring the Outdoors In2018-10-05T15:03:25-07:00
15 August 15, 2018

Why Movement Is Important for Nutrition

2018-08-15T13:59:32-07:00

Why Movement Is Important for Nutrition by Jacqueline May Conte, CNP In my twenties, I cared not for any movement more than the occasional power walk, hike, bike ride, and night out dancing. I didn’t work out or play sports anymore - something I did a lot of in my youth and teenage years - [...]

Why Movement Is Important for Nutrition2018-08-15T13:59:32-07:00
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