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27 Aug

10 Ways to Detox this Spring

Our bodies are continually filtering toxins out of our body via the liver, kidneys, lung and skin. The liver filters and eliminates harmful toxins, the kidneys filter and excrete waste by creating urine, the skin eliminates toxins via sweat and the lungs filter the air we breathe. So how can we support this natural process? […]

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27 Aug

Top 5 Ways To Stay Active In Your Golden Years

Are you coming up to retirement? Unsure what you might do with all your extra time? Or maybe you are already retired and noticing yourself using the classic ‘I’m just getting old’ excuse? Muscle atrophy (decreased muscle size and strength) and decreasing bone density are common aspects of the human aging process, however research shows […]

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27 Aug

4 Ways To Add Activity To Your Day

Movement is SO important for our general wellbeing! Did you know that moving our bodies frequently throughout the day has a positive effect on mood, stress, energy levels, muscle aches, spinal/joint pains, productivity levels and sleep patterns? Now one common misconception when people say you need to exercise or move your body is that you […]

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2 Aug

PCOS

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) is diagnosed when 2 out of 3 following criteria are present: -Oligoovulation (infrequent or irregular cycles) and/or anovulation (no cycle) -Excess androgen activity -Polycystic ovaries Here are some natural and holistic approaches our Naturopath Kim uses to support clients. Emotional Wellbeing It is well known that women with PCOS have higher […]

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2 Aug

Top 5 Ways to Recover From the Flu

The immune system is made up of highly specialized cells and processes that are designed to eliminate pathogens and prevent the growth of bacteria. When the immune system is “run down” and not functioning optimally this increases our chances of catching the flu. So what do you do once you have caught the flu? Gut […]

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2 Aug

Going with the Massage flow

Recently I had a client who requested a two hour massage.   So what, you might think, take a one hour session and double it.  However, it isn’t as simple as that. While I do not have a set routine and every massage is different, one hour is fairly straight forward.  I listen to my client’s […]

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2 Aug

Your Guide to Controlling Diabetes – Exercise

Studies show that increasing physical activity can reduce the chances that a person will develop Type II Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) who has been identified at an increased risk by 60%.  Exercise can help prevent or delay T2DM, reduce body fat, decrease the risk of developing heart disease and increase heart and lung function in people […]

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15 Jun

How to get a better night’s sleep

Meditation For thousands of years meditation has been used to reduce stress, improve sleep, enhance productivity, creativity and research shows that as little as eight weeks of regular meditation can create structural changes in brain regions associated with memory, sense of self, stress and  empathy. As little as a few minutes a day can reduce stress, […]

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15 Jun

Why Reflexology?

In health, we need to be proactive, not reactive. Reflexology is the perfect non-intrusive health therapy.  You can address an existing condition or simply promote and maintain good health. It is an ancient method dating back to Egypt as demonstrated in paintings on the wall of the Tomb of Ankhmahor about 4000 BC. Reflexology is […]

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14 Jun

Hips, Knees and Osteoarthritis…

Do you suffer with knee or hip pain? Have you been told by your GP or other health practitioner that you have OA or ‘degenerative’ changes in your knee or hip? That you need or will need in the future surgery or a joint replacement?  Have you been to see a Physiotherapist to discuss other […]

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