14Mar

Comfort Zones

One of my favourite things to hear as a coach is “ I hadn’t thought of it that way”.  It’s like music to my ears, an affirmation of going in the right direction.

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04Mar

The Benefit of Eggs

More and more British Columbians are realizing the benefits of including eggs in their daily diet. With the latest food science research dispelling the myths about the negative impacts of cholesterol in eggs1, and the newest infant feeding guidelines promoting early introduction of eggs to your baby2, eggs are on the rise as a sound nutritional choice.

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31Jan

I’m A Little Teapot

“I’m a little teapot, short and stout”, the song rattled through my head many times today as our family completed the Teapot Hill at Cultus Lake provincial park.

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31Jan

Well Worth the Drive

Lindeman Lake is a hike that has been sitting atop my bucket list for a couple years now. However; with the long drive and lack of cell phone service I was always concerned to do it on my own. So, last week I convinced a couple mom’s that this it was our time to cross this from our list and we went out and conquered it.

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31Jan

What is Nature-Connected Coaching? (And how does it stand out from the rest?)

Many people these days use the title coach. People may also associate coaching with needing help with an issue or with self-help, and this is not always the case. (And it’s ok if it is!) I consider it as an amazing self care tool.

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30Dec

Babies and Cranio

Being a Mom was what first brought me to biodynamic craniosacral therapy. Years ago, our family had experienced multiple health and sensory challenges with our little one. We tried a lot of alternative therapies, and a lot of them did help in different ways. I had heard about cranio, and put it off. Finally trying it, I remember our little one’s second appointment. The therapist had asked if anything had changed. I was surprised. Less itching, better breathing. Anyone dealing with allergies knows this is a big deal.

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09Sep

As Far as The Eye Could See

Up and over the east side of Sumas Mountain lies a view that will literately take your breath away. Next time you are wanting an adventure in the Fraser Valley outdoors, I encourage you to visit Sumas Mountain Regional Park. Nestled high up Sumas Mountain road you will continue on a Forest Service Road until you pass a gate into the park boundaries. (Please note that this gate closes at 6pm Winter months and 9pm Summer months.)

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20Feb

Top Five Trends In Wellness For 2018

The British Columbian wellness industry is alive and well! While the basics of health and wellness will always remain ever-important (healthy food, exercise, life balance), it can be fun to analyze the trends in the wellness field.

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