Introduction to Pilates

Introduction to Pilates Find out how Pilates can help you meet your personal health and fitness objectives. Kelowna Pilates Studio will be offering a ten week introductory class at 5pm Tuesdays from February 16th through April 19th, 2016. You will learn the ABCs of the Pilates approach

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12 Foods to Help You Focus | The Chopra Center

Instead of reaching for that second cup of coffee, try one of these 12 nutrient-rich foods that can make you more alert. Staying focused in today’s world can be a challenge. Technology presents countless distractions. The constant ping from your smartphone—alerting you to the latest social media

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Life is Now Pain Care™ has released Pain Care Pro

In the spirit of the National Pain Awareness Week in Canada (Nov 01-07, 2015), Life is Now Pain Care™ has released Pain Care Pro – a chronic pain self-care curriculum. Based upon a published Model of Recovery, and describing an effective 6-month Pain Management System, the over

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Ortho-Bionomy Retreat

Five Day rejuvenating Residential Thursday, October 29th to Monday, November 2nd, 2015 Experience and learn the healing comfort of Ortho-Bionomy at the ‘Joy of Living Centre’ in the beautiful Joe Rich Valley Personal care with a limit of 12 participants; we recommend that you register as early

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Caddying debut at LPGA Pro-Am

We caddied in the LPGA pro-am golf  tournament at the Vancouver Golf Club in Coquitlam BC.  It was the day before the Canadian Open Tournament.  Our team played with the Canadian professional  golfer, Alena Sharp, who was wonderful to play with and her caddie, Sarah, helped us

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New Osteopathic Practicioner joining us!

Rutland Physical Therapy is very happy to announce that we will be having another new member join our growing team this October! Ian Rudling graduated from the European School of Osteopathy in 2015 with an Integrated Masters in Osteopathy. As a practitioner he enjoys working with all types

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Magnesium and Sudden Death

Every year about 600,000 North Americans die from a sudden cardiac event. Half of these people have never been diagnosed with heart disease. So U.S. researchers tracked 88,000 women for 26 years to see if their magnesium intake was linked to their death. Researchers discovered that those

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