Posts tagged with ‘Wellness on Whyte’

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    Immunity: A blog by Dr. Aziz Merchant BHMS, MDHOM

    Topic of Immunity may have never been as pertinent to the our modern times than the current pandemic. While governments are scrambling to dole out a vaccine that will bypass all safety standards, libertarian groups are calling this all a hoax and screaming deeper conspiracy. Where does one find sanity and security? The deaths around us are real.

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    I Am Immune: The Golden Path to Skin Health: Facial

    It’s not a new trend! In China during the Sung Dynasty (960-1279 AD), Facial Rejuvenation Acupuncture was performed in the Royal Palace on the Empress, Emperor and Concubines. It is an ancient practice that revitalizes the qi (energy) and blood flow in the body and face, rejuvenating the skin and promoting longevity.

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    Noelle wellness on whyte

    2020 has undoubtedly been an uphill battle filled with obstacles and uncertainty.

    As if people didn’t already have enough to worry about in their lives, adding a global pandemic into the mix is a sure-fire way to turn even the sanest person into a dizzying worry wort. So what are the pros and cons of worrying? Is there such a thing as a healthy amount of worry? Or can too much worrying actually make you sick?

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    I Am Balanced: The Golden Path to Skin Health

    Our skin is a mirror that reflects and tells the story of our holistic health, it is the body’s largest organ that alerts us and protects us from harm externally and internally.

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    Sacred Rain

    Sacred Rain, also called Raindrop technique is a very powerful healing and cleansing therapy using 9 pure essential oils. It is a blend of aromatherapy, reflexology, massage and the application of moist heat on the spine.

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    Movement at a time of Evolution

    Hello to friends and…

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    I Am Transformed

    Of all the natural…

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    To Coffee or Not to Coffee? The Question is, does it Make You Feel at Ease?

    I just love a strong-tasting, good-quality, black coffee. Sadly, however, it does not love me! There are pros and cons to every kind of food and drink and coffee’s benefits and downfalls are quite polarized in that is can be so good for your or so detrimental, depending on the individual.

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    I Am Enough: A Note on COVID-19 From our Very Own Dr. Aziz Merchant

    For me, I am what I believe. Being Enough gives me a sense of Abundance, a solace in satisfaction. And what gives me this sense is knowing that I belong to a community- a community that is under threat from a historic pandemic. In situations of pandemic, the goal is to protect the part of our population that is most vulnerable. We need to look after our elderly population. We have to limit and stop the spread of this disease. We have to limit and stop the spread of misinformation on social media and gravitate to official authorities.

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    I AM HAPPY by Aziz Merchant

    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.

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    Winter Wellness Guide, Teacher Training and MORE with Jessica Kruse

    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.

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    Anna Cott Nutrition at Wellness on Whyte

    Introducing Nutritional Therapy Consultation at Wellness on Whyte

    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.

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    What’s Love Got to Do, Got to Do With it?

    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 ….

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    I AM CALM

    My 9 year old describes being calm is being in a state of peacefulness- like being outside in nature, in a sunny field feeling the cool breeze on your skin, listening to the birds and the brook, observing how the birds fly in patterns and taking in all the beautiful colors.

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    Geha Gonthier

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    ‘Self care during the holiday season’

    It seems a bit of a contradiction in terms, because it should be obvious that holidays are about self care and yet, Christmas season tends to be filled with anxiety, depression and many emotional challenges.

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    Opening to awareness: Practicing Calm

    There’s that spot between the shoulder blades -a knot that feels sharp and painful. The tension rests there and it seems as if very little will release it. A kink in the neck…I just woke up and now I can’t turn my head. This could last for the next few days. Sound familiar? We all get these little reminders from our body to pay attention.

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    I Am Immune: Vaccine Season

    When I hear the word Immunity, it sounds synonymous with Protection, Exempt or Unaffected by an assault or trauma, either physical or psychological.

    The medically trained side of me thinks more on the lines of Immunology- how our body’s wisdom is capable of warding off infections by micro-organisms and how seemingly mundane organs like the skin, mucous membrane linings of our airways and gut help in regulating our immunity.

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