After 20 years of exploring the BodyMind on a personal and professional levels and working with thousands of patients who have chronic diseases and pain, I’ve discovered through those years of research and practice that Trauma is at the root of most of the diseases and chronic pain. It is the largest silent epidemic and…

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Hi – How was your Summer? To be honest, as much as I love the Summer in British Columbia under these “extraordinary” times we are in, I am happy that the Fall is HERE! Why you might ask? Using the natural rhythms of our beautiful seasons here,  attunes me the the natural world and to…

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Being a soccer play in my younger days and having many sports injuries, tears, ligament damage, fractures and soft tissue injuries I have had my fair share over the years. I learned through my own injuries and 20 years being in practice working on tens of thousands of patients. Now with that said, you have…

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Do you love your body? As a therapist for over 20 years, I have lost count of the number of times I have heard people say: “I hate my body.” “I don’t understand why It is not working”. “Why Is my body is not co-operating?” “I can’t control my habits/impulses” Let me tell you something…

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Through this global pandemic that is one year old,  through these unprecedented times not experienced since WW2 , we live in a collective fear and the uncertainty that it brings into our everyday life. It is Affecting our relationships, families and businesses/livelihood and mental, emotional and physical health. How can you build resilience and growth…

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  In the 1980’s, Sylvester Stallone became famous for Rambo, a movie character who was the ultimate warrior. Many men and young boys, including myself at the time, idolized Rambo.  I even had his posters on my wall as a kid thinking that’s who I want to be one day. But even Rambo has a…

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Metamorphosis

Most of us are like rabbits! Coming out of our holes run into another the whole time afraid something might happen, someone might hurt us, they will hurt us, this will hurt us. Some of us are sheep, heads in the ground gated and guarded . Guided by others to produce and to be a…

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Summary Sixty percent of cases of clinical depression are considered to be treatment-resistant depression (TRD). Magnesium-deficiency causes N-methyl-d-aspartate (NMDA) coupled calcium channels to be biased towards opening, causing neuronal injury and neurological dysfunction, which may appear to humans as major depression. Oral administration of magnesium to animals led to anti-depressant-like effects that were comparable to…

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“To touch is to be given life” – MichaelAngelo In these times of a global pandemic, Black Lives Matter, global dissent, economic hardships; where the new norms are of physical distancing and virus/contagion phobia. Where we are constantly disinfecting our hands, our physical environments and everything in between. Where levels of communications have been at…

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