How to Worry Less and Trust That Everything Works Out

By: Stephanie M

The habit of worrying about what ‘could’ happen, what is ‘supposed’ to happen and what ‘needs’ to happen leaves us in a place of relentless control and pulls us away from the practice of trust. It also pulls us away from living in the present moment. Worrying less has been a personal practice for me […]

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PILATES: Workout slower and more efficiently

By: Tiffany K

My love affair with Pilates began in 1988 when I was training at The National Ballet School and as part of my training I went to one of the few pilates studios in the city at that time, twice a week. It was an excellent partnership to ballet training. I feel lucky to have such a […]

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Tea Time

By: Amy J

I am an avid tea drinker. I always have been. I drink tea when I first wake up, when I go to class, during class, and before I go to sleep. Tea is also a part of my social life, it’s what I do when catching up with old friends. There’s always been something comforting […]

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Valentine’s Aren’t the Only Hearts to Care About

By: Jo-Anne S

February is all about the heart. The chocolate kind but more importantly the human kind. With heart and stroke as the leading cause of early mortality for both men AND women, it’s time to talk seriously about our favourite muscular organ.

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Benefits of Personal Training

By: Colleen L

A few years ago when I dragged myself into the gym, not really wanting to be there, but feeling the need to sweat it out in cardio class, I looked over to the weight area and I saw Them. The Personal Trainers. He had a client with a squished up sweaty face who was squatting […]

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