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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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Pregnancy & Exercise: Did you know?

Did you know that you CAN exercise while pregnant, even if you haven't really been that active prior to pregnancy? We just have to ADJUST what you will be doing. Important factors to keep in mind while exercising: ✔️ check your intensity – target heart rate zones should be on your radar ✔️ your intensity should be somewhat hard ✔️ you should be able to carry on a conversation throughout your workout. FYI: Target Heart Rate Zones based…

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Top 5: How to Have a Better Massage

Getting a massage can be both therapeutic and relaxing. Massage allows for time to unplug, tune in, take some time for yourself. And if you're lucky enough to have a therapist that knows their stuff, you have the added bonus of fixing stuff while you're there. That being said, there are things you can do to make the massage experience better. Ready? Breathe After the therapist has left the room and you are comfortable on the…

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JEN’S JOURNEY: SEVENTH TIME’S A CHARM

That Day in June, we had a conversation in the van. “I think we should probably throw in the towel,” Husband Jamie said, “it’s been a long while and nothing’s happened. And I’m turning 40 soon.  I don’t think I want to start a whole fertility process.” “It’s been almost five years,” I agreed, nodding, “and I don’t want to start a fertility process, either.” We weren’t officially “trying”.  We hadn’t wanted to put a…

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Mel’s Meandering: Getting Started

Mel's Meandering: Getting Started It's that time of year again. Runners are pounding the pavement, fair-weather sports are starting up, and everyone is peeking outside their windows and doors to see if it's nice enough to just be outside. It’s glorious. Spring, with it’s promise of change and renewal, is a great time of year to start a new exercising  regime. I was recently inspired by a friend doing just that, and I wanted to…

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In Focus: International Women’s Day

Today is international women’s day, and we wanted to ask our own Tara Hagan-Fields, RMT a few questions about what it means to be a Women's Health focused practitioner. Why did you decide to focus your practice on Women’s Health? I chose to focus my practice on Women’s Health because at the time I truly felt that there were too many therapists that were focusing in on general health and wellness.  There weren’t enough therapists with a voice…

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Meet Your Therapist – Roy Cohen

Q:  How do you feel about massaging women? A:  Most of my clients are women. I feel that I’m able to give a good, therapeutic, intuitive massage. I’m not judgmental of women’s bodies; I treat all of my clients with the respect they deserve. Q:  And how about massaging men? A:  In my experience, men who ask for a male therapist usually want deeper tissue massage, which is great for me because that’s what I…

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CHANGE AND SEA MONSTERS

Dictionary.com defines change as the following: CHANGE verb (used with object), changed, changing. To make the form, nature, content, future course, etc., of (something) different from what it is or from what it would be if left alone: To change one's name; to change one's opinion; To change the course of history.  What a simple, easy to understand, straight to the point definition.  And yet, as simple as it is to understand, why then do we humans have so much trouble implementing change into our own lives? I’m not talking about changing the tires on your car, or, the vacuum bag, or your little human’s diapers; although some of these things are dull, taxing,…

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JEN’S JOURNEY: LEARNING FROM ACORNS

Husband Jamie and I took the kids wilderness camping at Algonquin Park a few weekends ago; it was their first time, and they loved it. When camping, one has a singular purpose: to survive.  There’s no luxury to camping in the wilderness, save for a decadent square of dark chocolate at the end of the evening, or a luxuriously dry pair of socks when your body is damp to the bone. We pushed on, canoed…

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LISTENING TO THE LANGUAGE OF YOUR BODY

In April I had the opportunity to speak at a Women's Business Network breakfast, and I spoke about a topic that I deem extremely important.  Read on to find out how to start listening to the language of your body. Your body is great.  I’ve said this before in another blog post, and I mean it. Listening to the language your body speaks enables you to give it what it needs.  When you respect your…

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10Jun 20

The Return Of Massage

**Originally posted at dynamicrmt.ca by Dylan Crake. Re-posted with permission.**…

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