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Together, let’s uncover the unique contributors to your pain and learn what can bring about more ease, more ‘life’ back to your life.

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Recent evidence shows that understanding pain mechanisms can help to empower you, provide agency and some influence over your pain. Connect the dots and move to a forward looking path, to life ahead.

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Women in particular have a tendency to put everything and everyone else first, and themselves last.

It’s often during life transitions or after a big event, illness, or change when you begin to feel stuck. Exhausted, in pain or discomfort, maybe overwhelmed. And so a cycle of sleep disruption, anxiety or depression, or perhaps persistent pain begins.

Treatments sometimes don’t work as there’s is often a ‘thing’ applied to everyone… and yet no-one has the same life, history, or environment as another. Let’s work together to identify what is supportive for you. Take some time and space to figure out, what’s just right for you.

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Maybe there’s time to rest.

I just finished offering a two-night workshop series this week with a CHEO (Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario) program that provides peer support to parents of children with complex medical needs. The topic – sleep. How did the facilitator, one of the Moms, introduce the topic on the first night? “Beautiful, delicious, sweet, wonderful, elusive, … Continue reading Maybe there’s time to rest.

Strike a Match

Each night as we gather together for dinner there are always lit candles on the table. If there doesn’t happen to be a table, there are still candles lit somewhere nearby. Nearly always we spend time to ‘set’ the table. It’s a thing in our family. When I was growing up, this was mostly reserved … Continue reading Strike a Match

It all seems so complicated

Does anyone else get the feeling that everything seems so complicated, yet the same, all at once? I’ve been thinking of the simplicity of days past. Times when everything seemed rather natural, easeful. Unplanned. Unrestrained. When I was a kid, it wasn’t a chore to go outside for fresh air. To play. It’s where I … Continue reading It all seems so complicated

Bright Lights, Dim Prospects & Daunting News

One of the basics of sleep hygiene is to sleep in a darkened room. Kind of a no-brainer. However, what is a common reason people wake up in the night? If you’re like me, it’s often to go to the bathroom. Where are the brightest lights in your whole house? Likely the bathroom. Imagine the … Continue reading Bright Lights, Dim Prospects & Daunting News

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