It’s Summer, Are you a Runner?

Nala and TL’s little buddy Reese enjoying a run in the sun and sand Summer is here! With the sun beaming down and the skies bright and blue, it is the perfect time for runners to dust off their running shoes. The warm weather is a great excuse to get your daily dose of exercise […]

Summer Recipe: Strawberry Chia Jam

What you’ll need: 1 pint fresh strawberries ¼ cup pure maple syrup, honey, agave or Sucanat, more or less to taste 2 tbsp whole chia seeds What to do: Clean and cut strawberries into halves, removing stems. Set a medium saucepan over low-medium heat and add the strawberries and sweetener. Start with just a little […]

Spring Recipe: Spring on the Kale Chip Bandwagon

Snacking between main meals, typically mid-morning and mid-afternoon, is essential for avoiding hypoglycemia. Hypoglycemia occurs when a person’s blood sugar levels drop. Some common symptoms of hypoglycemia include: mood swings, depression, psychosis, fatigue, dizziness, lack of concentration, irritability, and cravings. Kale Chips are one of my favourite go-to snacks. Here are a few recipes to […]

We Welcome Manual Osteopath Jenna Linton to the TL Team!

Jenna Linton, B.Kin, DOMP Jenna’s approach to osteopathic treatment is individualized, unique and innovative. Each manual osteopathy session with Jenna can include some or all of the following: Osteo-articular (gentle joint mobilization), Muscle Energy techniques, soft tissue therapy such as trigger point therapy, Myofascial Release and Facilitated positional release techniques, Visceral Manipulation, Craniosacral therapy, and […]

Megan Chops her Long Golden Locks for a Good Cause

Megan and Nicole are ready for the big chop at Nicole’s Hair Studio This is my second time chopping off my locks for ANGEL HAIR FOR KIDS! A big shout out to Nicole at Nicole’s Hair Studio for the FREE cut and style for this special charity. It typically takes between 10 and 12 donated ponytails and $1,000 to sponsor ONEAngel […]

Get cozy and stay warm

  The ancients who developed Chinese medicine believed that we should live in harmony with the seasons—so in winter we should focus on nurturing yin and subduing yang. It is a time to recuperate and revitalize, especially our Kidney energy (since winter is considered the season of the Kidneys). Canadian mothers were right to tell […]