Lyne Desforges | Blog | Mental Health | Movement & Exercise
Walking is one of the main lifestyle strategies that we promote at our clinic with all our patients and clients. This is why…
Grieving a death loss is a natural and unconscious response. Someone experiencing acute grief will feel a variety of symptoms that can range from sadness to a total inability to function normally.
When someone you love dies, it never gets easier. The attachment bond you had formed is suddenly fractured and you’re in a state of disbelief.
Lucy Staves | Blog | Movement & Exercise | Reflexology
According to the Ontario Society of Chiropodists, 75% of Canadians will experience foot problems at some point in their lives. It’s not surprising when you consider how complex the human foot is.
Non-death losses (losing a job, infertility, a relationship break up, failing at school, chronic illness, financial trouble) can be as devastating as the death of a loved one.
Sofie Desforges-Bell | Acupuncture | Blog | Energy Medicine | Naturopathic Medicine
Acupuncture is based in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TMC). It is one of the many modalities that I now use in my practice to treat patients in a holistic manner.