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Small words, Big effects.

How often do we hear ourselves say.. “I should,” I have to, I got to”, but nothing happens? Or we must force ourselves to get things done? We’ve been hearing these words since our earliest years, but what are two-year-olds best at? Saying NO. Unless we change the script, our inner child and subconscious mind still react the same way when hearing these words internally.     Try an interesting experiment for two weeks. Really…

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Recovery Room

Feeling worn down? Maybe your muscles are sore from the workout you did yesterday. Perhaps you’re feeling a little mentally drained from work or the ongoing list of chores that need doing at home. Whatever the reason, everyone needs some recovery time. Time to rest your body and mind so you can recharge those batteries.  According to the Mental Health Commissions of Canada (MHCC), one in five Canadians experience a mental health problem or illness…

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Combating (excessive) Fear Of Covid-19

    The advent of the Covid 19 virus has brought radical changes to the ways we connect with people and the world around us. Health departments have given the best advice they could based on their limited and evolving understanding of this particular Covid virus, but the level of uncertainty has been intimidating. The steps of care most of us have taken, combined with viruses’ usual pattern of becoming less deadly over time have…

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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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Steady state cardio vs. Intervals 

When most think of cardio, they affiliate it with lengthy prolonged sessions of boredom. Most often people hate it. They cut their cardio sessions short or simply skip them all together. But, as previously mentioned in my earlier post, cardio is a must for pre contest bodybuilders or for any individual seeking to reach low levels of body fat.  So, what's the alternative to lengthy prolonged sessions of boredom? CARDIO INTERVALS  Lose body fat, improve calorie after burn  Interval training…

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Now Hiring – Chiropractor Wanted

The Whole Therapy family is looking to grow again at Lancaster Rd.  Are you or is someone you know a Doctor of Chiropractic that is wanting a little something more? Well we'd love to meet! Join the expanding team at Whole Therapy! We are looking for an enthusiastic Doctor of Chiropractic to join our collaborative multidisciplinary clinic. Our second-to-none services include physiotherapy, massage therapy, chiropractic, acupuncture, personal training and much more. We offer a high-energy…

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Acupuncture & Imbalances

  Sugar cravings! They can be so deliciously difficult to avoid! And naturally, sometimes we just want to give in and add a little sweetness to our lives. In Traditional Chinese Medicine, these cravings are related to the Spleen, which is on our Earth element meridian. When the Spleen is unbalanced, other symptoms may start to appear. Symptoms such as: Fatigue, especially after eating Loose stools Abdominal bloating Weakness in the limbs Slight depression Tendency…

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Going Dormant

Remember, I say to myself as I try and fail to get motivated, it’s August. You’re dormant this month. Going dormant is a practice that I’ve begun to develop within myself. And it started with a quote: Be kind to yourself. Nothing in nature blooms all year. When I read this for the first time, it stopped me in my tracks. I pride myself on following the ebb and flow of nature through the year,…

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14 Years A Therapist

14 years a therapist I still remember my first ever client. Summer, 2006. A man from Toronto, in town on business, coming in with his longtime girlfriend (a regular client). I was the New Therapist, having received my certification only days before, and I was the perfect one to massage the likely-not-returning-guy. Ideal for my first foray into massaging in the ‘real world’. No pressure. Still, despite the logic, I was dizzy with anxiety as…

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The Return Of Massage

**Originally posted at dynamicrmt.ca by Dylan Crake. Re-posted with permission.**   Hello everyone! Yesterday was my first day back to work as a RMT and it was …something else. I went in feeling nervous and anxious because this was the longest time I would be away from my home AND my dog. It was scary. So, to cope I decided to vlog my day. I left my clinic yesterday feeling relieved to be back and…

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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.

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Recovery Room

Feeling worn down? Maybe your muscles are sore from the…

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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