Archive for March 2014

March 26, 2014

Welcoming Darrelle Ann Butler, RMT.

Welcoming Darrelle Ann Butler, RMT.

Equinox Health Clinic is excited to introduce Darrelle Ann Butler. Darrelle brings 15 years of practice to her position, priding herself on slow paced and extremely precise treatment, giving you the feeling of relaxation, with the high level of acuity that is achievable with her experience.

March 23, 2014

Workout App

This gives you a quick and easy way to workout, you get lots of choice and its a rewarding training, just follow the picture.

It will not measure to a presonal trainer, especially if you've ever had the chance to work with the trainers at bereal fit,

but its a start.

Give it a try.

skimble.com/workouts

or on the play store : 

play.google.com/.skimble.workouts

March 19, 2014

Meditation App

So You want to start / try meditation but are : 

1- scared of the time commitment ( or are unsure if you want to take the time)

2-don't know how or embarressed that you're interested?

3- [insert any other reason here]

I was just introduced to this easy phone app that gives you a 10 minute/ day meditation.

check it out if you are intrigued: getsomeheadspace.com

or on itunes : Here

March 19, 2014

Low back pain & Kindey mobility

Great article on low back pain related to Kidney mobility.

If you are not looking to read it the short summary says that with diffuse/general low back pain, mobilizing the kidney will decrease the perceived pain.

If you are needing some kidney work book in with Lysanne online : Equinox Health Clinic

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Equinox Health Clinic.

March 16, 2014

Letting go of Control

Another great blog from a lady I respect enormously, Norma Woodcock : 

March 13, 2014

Strengthening Gluteus Maximus

With such a powerfull name as Gluteus Maximus it is odvious that if it is weak or un noticed it will cry out for attention :)

First off here is a little more information about the muscle:

The gluteal group of muscles consists of 3 muscles: Gluteus Maximus, Gluteus Medius and Gluteus Minimus. "Gluteus" is Greek for rump. "Maximus" is the largest of the muscles and "Minimus" the smallest. The role of the Gluteus maximus is different from the medius and minimus muscles because of their attachment points.