Wellness on Whyte is a healing sanctuary in the heart of Edmonton, Alberta. Rejuvenate your body, mind and soul with an eclectic mixture of blissful healing modalities such as Acupuncture, Reflexology, Reiki, Ayurveda, Massage and much more.
Recovering from burnout can be daunting. For many, our life is a constant striving for a “better now”. And investing too much of ourselves into one life activity—whether that be work, school, family life, or even an extracurricular—can eventuate in exhaustion and drain vital energy.
When I think of ease, I think of inner peace. How do we cultivate a feeling of inner peace when the world around us can feel so busy, chaotic, and uncertain? I truly believe the answer is mindfulness. This can feel like an abstract concept – so what does mindfulness mean? Author, psychotherapist, and Buddhist teacher Sylvia Boorstein defines mindfulness as: “the aware, balanced acceptance of the present experience….It is opening to or receiving the present moment, pleasant or unpleasant, just as it is,…
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A mantra is (originally in Hinduism or Buddhism) a word, statement, slogan or sound used repetitiously to aid in concentration and meditation. Our brain, like computer hardware, can be programmed with our thoughts. Mantras are like codes for the software of our brains.
Wellness on Whyte will be celebrating their 9 year anniversary on March 6th, 2021. I sat down to chat with Geha Gonthier, founder and owner of WoW to discuss the evolution of these past 9 years in business, her background in communal living, and what inspires the vision behind the work that she does today.
How much water do you drink? Do you have a skin care routine? What products do you use? How is your stress level?
These are some questions I might ask you at the beginning of an aesthetics appointment. I’m not looking for “right” answers; just the answers. This is to help identify any problems so I can help you find solutions.
Anna Cott Shares With Us An Abundance Prayer. This was passed along to her from a few of our talented practitioners. The author of this prayer is unknown, although it seems it has been improved by Maureen Moss. I dwell in the midst of infinite abundance The abundance of the Universe is my infinite source. The river of life never stops flowing. It flows through me in to lavish expression. Good comes to me through unexpected avenues; And the Universe works in a myriad…