January 8, 2019
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New Year, New You

As we step into a new year, it is often a great time to pause, reflect and set the direction for this year. If you are not where you want to be in life with your health, relationships or work, why not take steps to change things.  I know it  sounds easy and it is not but making a decision is the first step in change. Building a plan is the second step and implementing the plan is the third. 3 steps to change. If you truly want better health, make the decision that 2019 is the year […]
September 12, 2018

Direction is more Important then Speed

Direction is more important than speed: Many are going nowhere fast. Where ever your health level is currently at, it is more important what direction it is heading in. Even if you are currently healthy but pointing towards decline eventually you will lose your health. The direction of your health is often dictated by the lifestyle choices you make each day. If you are starting from a long way back with your health; healing and recovery is not a race but a journey. The journey to improve health is often filled with twists and turns as you gain […]
May 24, 2018

Do You Take Your Health For Granted?

Your health impacts everything you do and everyone you know For many people, health is not something they spend much time thinking about until it is not there. In many ways you shouldn’t think out it but rather the lifestyle choices you make to promote great health. Your health is the result of the choices you make. Poor choices will eventually yield poor health and good choices will add up to support good health. Each day you consciously and unconsciously make hundreds of choices that accumulate to influence your state of being and health. Many of these choices […]
March 8, 2018

Nature Needs No Help

A saying in chiropractic circles is “Nature needs no help, just no interference.” Within this saying there is the implication that the chiropractic adjustment addresses interference to nervous system function that is preventing a persons inherent ability to be well, heal, grow, and develop as part of being a living organism. The question I see it asking us is, do we trust that our body’s innate programming is for health, healing, growth and development? Then if our health, healing, growth or development is being impeded or impaired, do we recognise that the environment we are putting ourselves in […]