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Gratitude

Gratitude or Attitude? Over the past 2 years, our world has been turned upside down, inside out and taken for a spin. Amongst all of the craziness, there has been some great connections and ‘breath of fresh air’ moments. We’d love to keep that going! For December 2021, we propose a month of gratitude. Something…

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Breathing your way to calm

Ever noticed what happens to your breathing when your stressed out? Breathing gets shallower and quicker. Each inhale takes more effort with even less benefit. The upper chest and shoulders pump with each breath. The shoulders then become so tight they glue themselves to the ears. The lower ribs and diaphragm seize up and stop…

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7 Tips to Manage Stress from Home

It’s not easy. Covid induced stress is real. So from the safety and comfort of your own home, here’s 7 tips to help you manage stress. 1. Bank Sleep (0:13) 2. Cultivate social media/news (0:43) 3. Garden (1:11) 4. Breathing- box breath & physiological sigh (1:43) 5. Talk to a friend (3:09) 6. Journal (3:40)…

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Cultivating Lil Superhumans

kids and chiropractic

Have you ever wondered why the apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree? I know I have. As a parent, like you, I too want to prove this proverb wrong. As a parent I’d love the fruits of my tree to flourish brighter, better and to travel further than my own. I’d love to…

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12 Rules of Survival for 2021

Times are forever changing. As such so is life as we know it. This change is happening at such a rapid rate the very first thing we need to be able to do is to survive them. Charles Darwin was quoted that “it isn’t necessarily the fittest that survive, but the fittingest,” ie those most…

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Couples Therapy 101

Looking for pain relief to get you through before you can access professional help? Transitions Chiropractic demonstrates 4 exercises that you can do in the comfort of your own home with the help of a partner or friend. These four exercises focus on the neck, shoulders and lower back and are designed not to fix,…

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Perspective

You can’t choose what happens to you, but you can choose your response. Sometimes it can seem that there isn’t a whole lot that we get to control. Things consistently keep happening that seemingly effect all of our lives. Over the past year many of these “things” have been pretty legitimate speed bumps and even…

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“Sitting’s the new smoking”

If only we had a dollar every time we heard this. Sitting has increased substantially. Sitting has increased so much that it’s difficult to reverse the effects of long term sitting. Recent studies have shown that American adults sit on average 12 hours per day. There is just no way to avoid that fact that…

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