Move to meditate

I’ve never been good at mindful meditation.  You know, the kind where you focus on your breath and develop awareness of your personal news ticker.  The kind where you notice and name that voice inside your head that reviews your day, questions your every action, worries about everything, and can be your worst critic.  And then you focus again on your breath. You’d think I’d be a pro.  My mother was a yoga teacher in the 70s.  She taught me breathing techniques and progressive muscle relaxation and visualization in my tweens.  She introduced me to mindfulness and meditation and mindful meditation with the hopes that it would help lift me out of my depression.  It didn’t.  […]

Welcome Jess, student intern

Please help me welcome Jess, a naturopathic student intern in her 4th year of studies, who will be joining me in my practice on Tuesdays from May until August this year. During the fourth year of naturopathic college, senior clinic interns work under the direct supervision of regulated naturopathic doctors to provide primary health care. Most of this time is spent working in the Robert Schad Naturopathic Clinic, the teaching facility of the Canadian College of Naturopathic Medicine (CCNM) and its satellite clinics. Students may also apply to intern with naturopathic doctors outside of CCNM. […]

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