How to Avoid Working Yourself to Death!

Here are 5 ways to avoid working yourself to death… 1.  Learn how to get yourself organised so you make time for you. ‘I’m too busy’ or ‘I don’t have the time’ is an excuse. 2.  Find a holistic practitioner who can provide proactive on-going treatment and advice. You can ask people you know who you know look after themselves and find out who they go to. You will require supplements because hardly anyone eats a 100% organic, fully balanced...

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Holidays can be a Pain in the Neck

The BC Chiropractic Association offer a few suggestions for holidays... "After every holiday, people visit their family chiropractic doctor with physical complaints that are usually the result of the holiday," says Dr. Don Nixdorf, executive director of the BC Chiropractic Association. Here are some tips to make your holiday weekend enjoyable, and pain free: If you have to drive more than two hours to visit friends and relatives, take a break; get out of your vehicle and stretch. This temporarily...

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Youth Sports & Low back pain as Adults

Physical activity is essential to growing bodies. It helps develop muscle strength, coordination, balance, and helps prevent chronic conditions such as diabetes, heart disease, and osteoporosis. It also helps develop a lifelong habit of physical activity. It is generally recommended that all people, including kids and youth are active for a minimum of 30 minutes each day. But how much is too much? What are the effects of "too much"? (more…)

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Upcoming Baby Massage Class with Kristin Waddell, RMT

BABY MASSAGE CLASS AT POMEGRANATE MIDWIVES Massage is an excellent way of bonding in a close and loving way with your child. Join us for a 1.5 hour class and learn different massage techniques you can include in your routine at home! Benefits include: •    Improves quality of sleep by soothing the nervous system •    Tones digestive system to relieve constipation and colic •    Strengthens the immune system through relaxation •    Stimulates circulatory and lymphatic systems •    Raises infant’s stimulation threshold and gradually builds tolerance •    Reduces muscle...

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