by Jen Casey, CNP
Nutrition and fitness go together like avocado and toast! Round up your bestie and join me for 4 weeks (Tues/Sat) of education and movement! Leave with some new friends, a good base in nutrition education including building balanced meals and meal planning, plus a healthier body and lifestyle. Schedule is:
- Sat June 16/18, 12-1pm @ Rocky Point Wellness Clinic in Port Moody
Meet and greet, Nutrition 101 class, plus receive a 1 week meal plan to start following
- Tues June 19/18, 6:30-7:30pm @ Rocky Point Wellness Clinic in Port Moody
Nutrition class: Beauty Foods // Learn about foods to help keep skin clear, foods to avoid, and food you can use as skin care
- Sat June 23/18, 9-10am @ Rocky Point Park
45min outdoor bootcamp
- Tues June 26/18, 6:30-7:30pm @ Rocky Point Wellness Clinic in Port Moody
Nutrition class: How to meal plan and receive 1 week meal plan
- Sat June 30/18, 9-10am @ Rocky Point Park
45min outdoor bootcamp
- Sat July 7/18, 9-10am @ Rocky Point Park
- Potluck picnic to wrap up our program
or call the clinic for more info. You will be emailed the full schedule and details upon booking.
Jen Casey offers courses and nutritional counselling at Rocky Point Wellness Clinic on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Click here
to learn more about Jen.
Not sure what foods to pack in your child’s lunchbox to keep their brain and body fueled all day? Join Rocky Point Wellness’ Holistic Nutritionist, Jen Casey, for an hour about how to build your child a healthy lunch for school.
We will cover:
- Brain food: keep your child’s energy up through nutrition
- How the macronutrients fuel your child’s body
- The dangers of added sugar and where it hides
- School-approved sugar-free + nut-free snack ideas
May 3, 10-11am
Rocky Point Wellness
Tickets available on Eventbrite or on our online booking page
Click here to learn more about Jen.
First and foremost, we want to say we appreciate your business. Rocky Point Wellness Clinic is what it is today because of you, our loyal clients.
Please note that starting June 1, 2018, our rates for Acupuncture treatment will be increasing. The new prices will be as follows:
Initial Appointment – $100
Follow-Up Appointment – $85
6 Treatment Package – $450 ($60 savings)
Direct Billing will continue to be available for Blue Cross clients.
Again, please know we appreciate your loyalty to Rocky Point Wellness Clinic and we are excited to continue to work with you towards achieving your health goals.
Please let us know if you have any questions.
by Dani Foster, R.TCMP, R.Ac.
For many, allergy season has arrived full force leading to aggravating symptoms such as frequent sneezing, itchy eyes and nose, scratchy throat and painful sinus headaches. Sinus self-care acupressure can help reduce these symptoms and alleviate some of the pain associated with sinus headaches or infections. Following the simple routine below on a daily basis can help to ease pain and relieve some of the symptoms related to seasonal allergies.
Daily Sinus Acupressure Routine:
Apply gentle firm pressure to each of the following locations on both sides of your face with your thumbs or index fingers, making small circles 10 times in each location:
- At the inner end of the eyebrows
- At the middle of the eyebrows
- On the forehead, above the middle of the eyebrows
- At the outer end of the eyebrows
- At the sides of the nostrils
- At the sides of the nose
- On the cheekbones, in line with the pupil of the eye
** Follow this by applying pressure to the area between the thumb and index finger – find the area that gives the most sensation, press 3-5 times, holding for several seconds each time.
Looking for more lasting relief?
Acupuncture treatment can not only help relieve the symptoms of seasonal allergies but can help to moderate the immune system and reduce sensitivity to some allergens. This can lead to decreased reliance on antihistamines and improved quality of life.
Dani offers acupuncture sessions at Rocky Point Wellness Clinic on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Click here to learn more about Dani.
Check out part 2 of Dr. Even’s interview with SFU radio, where he discusses more about the importance of translation in the Chinese medicine world and some of the key aspects of the medicine.
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Have a listen to part 1 of Dr. Eran Even’s interview for SFU radio where he discusses his start in Chinese medicine, the benefits of Chinese medicine, some history of the medicine and his work as a translator of classical texts.
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