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How to Achieve Lasting Change for You and Your Clients

Posted on May 31, 2015 in Free stuff, Practitioner content, Uncategorized | 0 comments

How to Achieve Lasting Change for You and Your Clients

            How to Achieve Lasting Change for You and Your Clients My clients aren’t willing to do the things I recommend. This is a regular complaint I hear from practitioners and have had the same complaint myself on more occasions than I would choose to remember. It is so frustrating when you know someone needs to change but despite your best efforts they won’t. It is one of the issues that can result in us as practitioners becoming despondent about practice. This can affect us personally and all of our clients as we become less engaged in the...

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Acupuncture highly effective for Osteoarthritis

Posted on May 22, 2015 in Free stuff, Newsy bits, Practitioner content, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Acupuncture highly effective for Osteoarthritis

Acupuncture Highly effective for osteoarthritis                 image stockdevil The use of acupuncture in the treatment of Osteoarthritis has been found to have significant benefits without the side effects of conventional treatments Osteoarthritis is a degenerative condition of the joints where the cushioning material known as cartilage gradually breaks down resulting in direct bone-to-bone contact. The condition results in pain and stiffness of the affected joints and is more prevalent over 45 years of age. In 2010 statistics estimates of the most...

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Benefits of Massage Therapy in the Workplace

Posted on Apr 22, 2015 in Newsy bits, Practitioner content | 0 comments

Benefits of Massage Therapy in the Workplace

Benefits of Massage Therapy in the Workplace – Promising findings                     image by stockimages   An interesting pilot study using nurses and health care workers in Canada in 2009 saw some positive findings by using massage therapy in the workplace. Health care workers are found to have significant rates of: Back pain Stress related sick days Massage therapy in this study was seen to have 4 main aims: Promote relaxation and wellness. Address clinical symptoms (pain and mobility restriction). Enhance postural awareness...

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Have You Got Time? Time Management Tips

Posted on Apr 17, 2015 in Newsy bits, Practitioner content | 0 comments

Have You Got Time? Time Management Tips

For most of us in this crazy world time is not always easy to find to do the things we need to. Your practice likely has the same problem. Without effective time management tools your practice and you will likely suffer. Recently working with a practitioner who has a multi modality clinic and struggling to get everything done I asked a question.   Do you make time to work on your practice? The answer was ‘No, generally I try to fit in the tasks I need to do in between my own clients, managing practitioners and trying to fit in time with my kids.’ The problem here was that there was...

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Achieve Your Goals – Change Your Outcome

Posted on Apr 17, 2015 in Newsy bits, Practitioner content | 0 comments

Achieve Your Goals – Change Your Outcome

How Do You Achieve Your Goals?   Is it the start of a new year or perhaps you have an overwhelming wave of inspiration? It’s time to really make things happen and this time nothing is going to get in your way right? But being able to achieve your goals requires a little more than just mojo. So what’s different? Haven’t you done this before? Didn’t you make the same commitments last year, last month or even last week? If so why do you think this time will be different? My mother used to always say to me ‘If you continue to do what you have always done then you will...

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Delicious Chia Seed Porridge

Posted on Jan 30, 2015 in Healthy Recipes, Practitioner content | 0 comments

Delicious Chia Seed Porridge

  Getting your day started with a good breakfast is the way to make sure you get the best out of you and are able to do the things you need to. This delicious Chia seed porridge is just the ticket. It’s super healthy and tasty to boot. We forget that in many cases breakfast can be between 10 – 12 hours after our last meal. Now if you are eating at 10pm at night that is not the best for your digestion, sleep or your waist line but that’s a whole other article. So essentially by breakfast time your body is ready for good quality fuel. So skipping breakfast isn’t healthy, it’s a...

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