Posts Tagged "healing"

7 Ways to Keep Your Immune System Strong

Posted by on Sep 22, 2014 in Featured, How-To's | 0 comments

7 Ways to Keep Your Immune System Strong

By Dr. Sarah Vincent, Naturopath Your immune system is working behind the scenes 24/7 to fight off harmful bugs that might otherwise make you very sick. Here are seven things you can do to keep it in top shape, so that you can stay healthy and  strong throughout your day. 1. Eat your veggies! Malnutrition weakens the immune system. By eating your veggies & fruits, you ensure that your body has all the micronutrients it needs to build up a strong immune system and fight off coughs, colds, and the flu. 2. Decrease your sugar intake. Keep sugary foods (and yes this includes fruits) to a...

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Celebrating and Appreciating You!

Posted by on Jun 6, 2014 in Events, Featured | 0 comments

Celebrating and Appreciating You!

Appreciation: Recognition of the quality, value, significance, or magnitude of people and things.  Often through showing gratitude. We practice a great deal of gratitude at Source Centre whether it’s in our daily routine of acknowledging and supporting each other or at our staff meetings where a round of gratitude is shared. Expressing appreciation and thanks is great for maintaining our health and keeping anxiety at bay. Opt for a happy and healthy lifestyle by showing your gratitude—you can express your appreciation for anything and everything! We are immensely grateful for all the...

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Introducing Meg, our new Psychotherapist

Posted by on Mar 4, 2014 in Featured, Health, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Introducing Meg, our new Psychotherapist

Welcome! If you are reading this, you are perhaps considering finding a psychotherapist to support you through the challenges and changes that you may be experiencing in your life. Considering the prospect of therapy can feel intimidating, and I respect and commend your courage in taking this first step. Should you decide to work together, I think you’ll find my approach to be open, empathic, non-judgmental, and supportive. I believe that self-compassion is an important foundation for lasting change, and that much can be gained through drawing our attention to the moments in which we often...

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Inverted Paradise

Posted by on Feb 7, 2014 in Featured, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Inverted Paradise

I have had minimal yoga experience in my short lifetime, but from what I have gathered it mainly focuses on the mind-body connection and using your physical, mental and spiritual strengths to attain a long-lasting peaceful state. Yet when I looked at this middle-aged man poised in a headstand at the beach, I got a new-found appreciation not just of how breathtaking the beach was but also of the universal nature of yoga itself. To stay in this yoga pose requires extreme focus, timed breathing and perfect posture; only with these all coordinated could he withstand the beach winds and of...

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feminine energies, winter and finding inner voice

Posted by on Jan 17, 2014 in Featured, Quotes & Thoughts | 0 comments

feminine energies, winter and finding inner voice

(Image: ‘Yin Yang Moon’ by Exsodus/ FreeDigitalPhotos.net) For me, I feel the winter is a great time to dive into my feminine energies. Why? Winter is a Yin time of year which corresponds with the feminine. My teacher, Racheal Jayne Groover who developed the Art of Feminine Presence™ practice, has put it this way: “A woman who embodies her feminine essence (Yin) is intimate with her internal experience. She often looks inward to her physical, emotional, and energetic body to guide her. She waits for the “right time” to make a choice or a change. Attuned to her intuition, she does...

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