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.
COVID-19 HEALTH POLICY UPDATE ~April 1st ~ PLEASE READ, THANK YOU.
Wellness on Whyte has temporarily closed effective Friday, March 20, 2020.
Unfortunately, we do not know what to expect in the near future and will therefore make no projections regarding when we will reopen. As of now we are keeping all appointments as of April. 13, 2020 on the schedule but are open to this changing at any moment. Please monitor your inbox, our website and social media (@wellnessonwhyte) as we share more information.
Please note Our phone lines will be unmanned as long as our doors are closed. Alternatively you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and someone will respond to you within 24 hours.
We have added remote services for homeopathy, nutrition, Chinese herbal medicine & lifestyle consultation, tarot reading, and emotional polarity technique. If you are interested in this self-care, please email email@example.com
Look after yourself and your neighbor, and we will see you very soon.
The truth is, throughout my life I have had a tenuous relationship with the concept of happiness. From being described as “such a happy girl” as a young child, to chasing after happiness, to feeling as if I would never know what it meant to feel happiness I’ve run the gamut on the complex experience of happiness.
Is happiness mere absence of sadness? Is happiness a feeling we are all entitled to due to some special karmic privilege? Quite often in my practice have I asked my patients if they were happy with their lives, and this question would provoke a thoughtful introspection. Some ponder over the true meaning of happiness, some try to grasp if what they perceive as happiness is really what it is, or not.
While cold and flu season is in full swing, please heed a wee warning from your resident nutrition consultant. Oregano oil is all the rage for fighting seasonal viruses, and it really works! However, I cringe when I hear these types of statements “I take oregano oil every day during winter to prevent getting a bug.”
Jessica brings strong hands and an open heart to her massage therapy practice. Guided by intuition, she varies the flow of treatment in response to each client’s individual needs with the aim to rebalance mind, body, and spirit. She loves to incorporate aromatherapy to achieve deeper relaxation and relief.
Some of you may recognize our own Anna Cott from her work on the management team at Wellness on Whyte. Anna’s lifelong passion is nutrition and she has both a degree and a diploma in this fascinating field.
Read more for what’s new in my practice and two offerings I’m pouring my heart and soul into. I’m teaching alongside some of my colleagues I admire most and feeling beyond blessed to be offering world class education.
In the field of psychology Sternberg, a renowned psychologist, has developed what is called the Triangular Theory and believes that there are 7-types of love. These 7-types of love are founded on the Three Components of Love ….
I grew up with a deep seeded shame around the concept of selfishness; the word, the idea of it, the ability to comfortably make choices that were right for me without the guilt and heaviness that would inevitably follow. This inability to be accountable to my needs kept me in a consistent pendulum swing.