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Pick a thought, any thought

I love the idea that we get to choose our results.  Sometimes, in moments of frustration or continued failure, it’s easy to blame other people, or circumstances, or the Universe on the results we’re getting (or not getting), but really it all comes down to our thoughts and feelings. What do I want to achieve? THE GOAL. This could be anything, from weight loss, to not losing my s*** getting my kids out the door,…

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Choose your own Adventure

On this day, one year ago, I got bangs. I remember it vividly because it felt like a portend of positivity; a fresh start, a little bit of newness. I felt good. Ironically, the following day we shut the clinics, the city, the world, down. (Should I have just stuck with the side part?) Somebody on my table said to me yesterday, “This was such a wasted year. I can never get it back, and…

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I have a body (When ‘I love myself’ is not accessible)

If you’ve ever stood in front of a mirror and thought, “ugh” or worse, I see you. I’ve struggled with weight, body image and self-love for most of my 38 years. It’s interesting to me, especially lately as I’m delving into managing my emotions better, that it actually doesn’t matter what your body looks like. You can have negative thoughts about yourself regardless of who’s looking back at you in the mirror. Me, for example.…

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I’m obsessed with this song The Wellerman. It’s a sea shanty. If you listen to the lyrics it’s about a ship whose captain hooks a whale and 40 days later it’s still towing the boat around. But the story is not what appeals to me about it. It’s the harmony: all the voices, alto, tenor, baritones, base. As one individual singing it’s just lovely; as many voices combined it gives me chills and such a…

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How should I think about pain?

The way you think about and respond to pain and discomfort in your body can make a big difference in how long it sticks around. A lot of my clients come in with pain in their body. Low back aching, tension in the neck and shoulders, sore feet and legs, tired and arthritic hands. I have clients that come in who are really mad that their pain is higher on the left side when, clearly,…

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When thoughts take over: A dialogue with my head

Something I’ve learned over the years is: If I’m feeling it/thinking it/doing it, then others must be, too. So here’s my honest train of thought this morning before and during my spin class, and how I got over my negative self-talk and won the day. 6am. My alarm buzzes on my wrist and I groan inwardly, knowing I signed up for a 7:15 spin class. This means I have to leave at 6:45. Already I’m…

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The Place Between Injured and Functional

(Check out the video version of this post HERE). There's a place between "I'm injured" and "I'm functioning normally" and it doesn't get looked at very often. Have you ever had an injury? Did you get it looked at? Whether you did or not, you probably reached a place with the injury where you felt "better" but you didn't feel 100% like your old self again. At Whole Therapy, we see this all the time.…

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Our Story, So Far: A Covid Tale

Stories help. Ours isn't tragic, nor remarkable, nor is it resolved. But just like your story, and your neighbor's, and your dad's, ours is unique to us. I share our story to help find meaning within this crisis; I would love to hear your stories, too. We decided to close the doors on a Sunday. No one had mandated it, but we were feeling the fear sweep across the city, and decided it was the…

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Stretch your benefits

How do you stretch your benefits and get the most from them? If you don't have benefits, how do you best stretch your wellness dollars to work best for you over the year? I'm not one to say "Well, you have benefits, let's squeeze the life out of them just because it's 'free' money" because that's, honestly, unnecessary. BUT. If we take a little bit of time to plan out our wellness budget, preference, and…

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Stop Pushing Back

One day, a lifetime ago, when he was neither my Husband or my Trainer, Jamie and I walked a block together to get a coffee.  The wind was strong that early Spring day, and I braced myself against the icy gusts as I walked. Jamie glanced at me as he walked comfortably along, seemingly unaffected by the frosty wind, and said, “Do you know how to be less affected by the cold?” “Yeah, put on…

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About Us

At Whole Therapy, we believe that two heads are better than one. Our team works together to help people: It’s simple. Because one therapy is not always the one for everyone. We know that every body is different, and everyone has different goals, preferences, and timelines when it comes to their health and their bodies.


Clinic Hours/Reception Hours

Mon: 7:30 am-7:00 pm/8:00 am-5:00 pm

Tues: 7:30 am-7:00 pm/8:00 am-5:00 pm

Wed: 7:30 am-7:00 pm/8:00 am-5:00 pm

Thurs: 7:30 am-7:00 pm/8:00 am-5:00 pm

Friday: 7:30 am-7:00 pm/8:00 am-5:00 pm

Saturday: 8:00am-4:00pm/8:00 am-12:00 pm

Sunday: By Appointment Only
**Individual Practitioner Hours May Vary

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