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  • Make Time Today

    If you haven’t got time for anything else in the morning, make time to drink a big glass of water. We lose a lot of oxygen through the night and to rejuvenate our cells, we need to supply them with water and oxygen. Drink a glass of water and within a week you’ll begin to […]

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  • Let’s Dance

    Dancing is a good physical activity, but is also good for our brains as it wakes different parts of the brain and neural pathways. There are so many different types of dancing, so you can generally choose something you’re comfortable with. It is also social, fun and creative and taps into a deeper part of […]

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  • Find Yourself

    We all have different strengths and weaknesses but finding out what you are really good at and using those talents can increase wellbeing. Using your strengths to help others or contribute to the community creates a sense of meaning and purpose.

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  • Seated Hip Stretch

    While in a seated position, cross your right leg over your straightened left leg. Hug your right knee with your left arm, making sure to keep your back straight. Hold this stretch for 30-60 seconds, and then repeat on the opposite side.

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  • Supine Pelvic Stretch

    Lie on your back and place the soles of your feet together. Place a folded bath towel beneath your head. Bring your heels as close to your groin as possible. Place your arms at your sides with your palms facing up. Relax your knees as you feel the stretch in your inner thighs and in […]

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  • The Pelvic Floor

    The “pelvic floor” refers to a group of muscles that attach to the front, back and sides of the pelvic bone and sacrum (the large fused bone at the bottom of your spine, just above the tailbone). Like a sling or hammock, these muscles support the organs in the pelvis, including the bladder, uterus or […]

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  • Modified Cobra Stretch

    Lie face down on the floor with thumbs directly under shoulders, legs extended with the tops of your feet on the floor. Tighten your pelvic floor, and tuck hips downward as you squeeze your glutes. Press shoulders down and away from ears. Push through your thumbs and index fingers as you raise your chest toward […]

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  • Mid Back Pain and Chiropractic Care

    The thoracic spine, the part of the spine that starts just below the neck to half-way down the back, is often a neglected part of the body, which is surprising considering that it is as prone to stiffness as other parts of the spine, but not so surprising since it is a difficult area of […]

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  • Lying Rotation Stretch

    Lie on your side on the floor with the knees bent to ninety degrees. Place the arms out in front of you with the palms facing each other. Slowly slide the top hand over the bottom arm toward your chest and across to the shoulder. Allow the trunk to rotate and slowly extend the arm […]

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  • Deep Breathing

    When you’ve got time – at your desk, driving the car, cooking food – do some deep breathing. Inhale and count up to 5 seconds, hold it for a few seconds, and release slowly. Exchange of oxygen and carbon dioxide is one of the best things we can do for our blood and cells.   […]

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