Body Image Issues.

Body Image is a major part of our society today. It bombards us as we drive to work, check out at the grocery store, and watch television (just to name a few). Women and men are affected by societal expectations to look a certain way. The thoughts about ourselves that result from these messages can be quite negative and the resulting behaviours can be quite harmful. Negative body image and disordered eating are serious and require immediate attention.

Our body is made up of many systems that work congruently. Each approach addresses the individual as a whole and thus each system; however, we’ve separated the services to simplify the selection process. Please click on the service to find the practitioner to support you in healing the way you currently feel stuck in your relationship with eating and how you feel about your body.

Related Services:

Numa Breathwork..

Numa Breathwork is a type of guided conscious breathwork, which is a practice to allow stress and tension in the physiology to become conscious for processing.

Qi Gong and Tai Chi.

QiGong and Tai Chi are two kinds of energy work developed centuries ago in China as a means of using the body’s own resources to achieve optimal mental and physical well being.

Block Therapy.

Block Therapy is a very unique form of Bodywork practice that releases adhesions and restrictions of connective tissue, or Fascia, that is ultimately blocking blood flow and oxygen throughout our entire body, and creating a state of disharmony within.

Relational Energy Therapy.

The relational energetic connections with family, friends, and others that come into our lives, form between the chakras in the individuals involved in each relationship. Those connections reflect the quality of the relationship (alive, toxic, or in between) and thus our ability to create our own reality and give meaning to what happens in our lives.

Brennan Healing Science.

Holistically, illness is an imbalance of energy. BHS uses various non-invasive, hands-on healing technique to repair, strengthen, clear and re-balance the spiritual energy fields of an individual's Being: body, mind, and soul.

Reflexology.

Reflexology can restore and maintain the body’s natural balance and facilitate it’s innate ability to heal after illness, stress, injury, or disease. Using sensitive, trained hand positioning, a Reflexology practitioner can detect and release tiny imbalances or blockages.

Somatic Experiencing.

Somatic Experiencing helps reset the nervous system, restore inner balance, enhance resilience to stress and increase people’s ability to engage in their life.

Naturopathic Medicine.

Naturopathic Medicine is a primary health care profession that uses an individualized approach to identify the origin of disease, considers the whole person, and treats the root cause by supporting the body’s natural ability to heal to remove obstacles that may be impeding your health.

Dietitician/ Food Freedom Coaching.

Food Freedom Coaching involves gentle nutrition and mindful eating tools: to help end chaotic eating, trust your body, and harness your strengths for balanced nutrition and true well-being.

Neurotechnology Beyond Neurofeedback.

By helping the brain to optimize its own rhythms, neurotechnology may help individuals in achieving restful sleep, overcoming worry and anxiety, increasing energy levels, and enhancing performance.

EMDR Psychotherapy.

EMDR assists the brain in processing distressing memories in which you feel stuck so you can use present information to live your life with ease.

Counselling.

Counselling provides a safe harbour for people to let go and express their thoughts and feelings in order to feel supported and better equipped for dealing with the distress in their lives.

Clinical Social Work/Therapy.

Clinical Social Work/Therapy is the process of talking to a mental health professional to learn about your moods, feelings, thoughts, and behaviours in order to gain better control and live optimally.

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