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What is a Consultation? What should I expect?

We offer free consultations with each of our practitioners here at Eastpoint with three purposes in mind.

A 2-minute Stress Buster

Bust some of your stress with an effective 2 minute exercise recommended by Anika Cornish, Registered Clinical Counsellor.

Top 5 Babywearing Take-Aways

Early in April, I attended a course with the Center for Babywearing Studies, the first step in becoming a Certified Babywearing Consultant. It was a thought provoking and wonderful experience that was led by this organization’s President and Founder, Joanna McNeilly. Coming from New York, Joanna shared her experiences working with family from diverse backgrounds, family…
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Dr. Stacey’s Babywearing Certification

Dr. Stacey’s Upcoming Babywearing Certification Course

Postpartum Core Strength Recovery

Chiropractic care is an important element to recovery, but gentle postpartum exercise can be helpful to regain muscle tone. Here is an excerpt from a new E-book published by Kristy Ware, a local trainer who has a special interest in women’s health and training.

Direct Billing Services Expanded

Our office is now accepting direct billing for BC Public Service Employees. We direct bill to 12 different health insurance companies. Please bring your coverage card to your next visit to set up direct billing for your chiropractic and acupuncture visits.

Pamela Casserly-Reynolds : Celebration of Life

We wanted to share the news of the passing of Pamela Casserly-Reynolds, a longtime office administrator, colleague, and friend at Eastpoint Natural Heahttps://eastpointnaturalhealth.com/wp-admin/plugins.phplth.

How to Choose a Counsellor?

How to select a new healthcare provider.

Resolve to Connect More This Year

With the start of a new year comes the talk of resolutions and fresh starts. If you’re someone who likes the challenge of resolutions or if you’re someone who simply wants to lean into actions and attitudes that can positively impact your mental health, I have a suggestion: consider moving towards more connection this year. Deeper connection with others and with ourselves can have a tremendous effect on our sense of wellbeing.

Coping with Holiday Stress

  Holiday Stress: Family Style. We’ve all likely felt some form of it at one point or another during the holidays. For some of us it’s expected, but for many of us it really catches us off guard: why is a time of year dedicated to joy, celebration, and generosity often an extra stressful time…
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