New Year, New You?

By Heather McIver, Registered Dietitian January 1 is often viewed as a time to clean the slate and start making goals and health is often a target of those goals but there is just one problem: Many of us forget the basics of goal setting and set our resolutions up for...

Cupping

By Amanda Kinney, RMT Most people know cupping from the round bruise marks left after a treatment. There are many different kinds of cupping and they are used for different reasons. As a massage therapist anywhere I can treat on the body, is an area  I can do...

Aging and Strength Training

by Andrew Hume M.Sc. Professional Kinesiologist     Aging, even in the absence of chronic disease, is associated with numerous physiological changes to our body that contribute to gradual decreases in muscle mass, strength, and function.  Such changes lead to the...