The word “Yoga” means to “yoke”, and entails unifying the body with the mind or “yoking” them together. When mind and body are one, health results.
A Japanese form of massage therapy that concentrates on releasing muscles and tight spots, and balancing the body’s meridians. Both light touch and deep tissue techniques are used and disrobing is not required.
Optimal paleolithic low carbohydrate diets are hypoallergenic and the way we were meant to eat. Find out how to optimize your nutrition and lifestyle with a consult.
A variety of Chinese herbs are used together in addition to Orthomolecular Nutrition to normalize body biochemistry, ease digestion and relieve pain of many kinds.
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- The Follies of Fluoride ion (S2E14)
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Alexander Julien Audette began his post secondary education in Chemical Engineering, graduating from McGill University. He completed training in Acupuncture and Massage Therapy at Beijing University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and Pharmacology (Tokyo Branch) while spending 7 years in Japan studying martial arts. This program was followed by a 2 year apprenticeship with Matsumoto Acupuncture Research Group (PBA) and a 1 year apprenticeship in Shiatsu and Tuina massage therapy. In 2000 he returned to Calgary and completed a further 2 years study at Alberta College of Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Alexander is a member of the CTCMPAO (College of Traditional Chinese Medicine and Acupuncturists of Ontario) and has practiced Chinese Medicine for the past 14 years in both Calgary and Ontario in private practice as well as having taught at Alberta College of Acupuncture and TCM before moving to Ontario in 2007. He continues to practice in the multi-disciplinary Anello Clinic in Cambridge and Moksha Yoga in Guelph.
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~ New patient Acupuncture: 1.5 hrs (consult plus treatment)
~ Returning patient: 30 min or 1 hr – (Acupuncture & Shiatsu Massage)
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~ Yoga private lesson: 1hr
What is Health?
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What is Health
If we were to take the Webster’s Dictionary definition it would be defined as follows: A state of being free from illness and injury. While this may seem to sum it up for most of us, I would like to offer up another, shorter one: Empowerment. To be empowered is to have the power to change any aspect of one’s life. The first condition, which must be met in order to achieve this, is self-knowledge. Knowing when we feel ill or well is fairly evident to all of us, but knowing how to stay well is beyond many. There are many tools that can be used to achieve health and stay healthy including Acupuncture, Chinese Herbs, Supplements, Nutritional counseling, Therapeutic Shiatsu Massage and Yoga. It is through the use of these modalities that I help others achieve empowerment. The exceptional healing environments of the multi-disciplinary Anello Clinic and Moksha Yoga studios provide me with the ideal place to deliver high-quality patient-centered medical care.
Zen Acupuncture and Traditional Chinese Medicine is located within the multi-disciplinary Anello Clinic – Cambridge, ON, and at Moksha Yoga Studio – Guelph, ON
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