Did You Know?
YOGA WITH SARAH – Did you know that SARAH now has her own online ON DEMAND yoga offering. Subscribe at AngelFishYoga Classes being added every week and for all levels – chair, beginner, flow, power and strength training too! Affordable, Efficient, Effective classes from the comfort of your own home. Check out AngelFishYoga now! The world needs more yoga.
We now proudly offer NATUROPATHIC MEDICINE to our amazing space. Welcoming Dr. Jennifer Forgeron ND, Certified Bowen Therapist, and Somatic Experiencing Practitioner. Book with Dr. Forgeron
Pleased to welcome Cecelia Driscoll RMT, Bowen and Justine Reynolds RMT, Deep Tissue Therapy to our growing team. be sure to check out their bios and book your appointments online soon. Both practitioners are new to us in 2020, but not new to the profession. With over 10 years experience each, you will be sure to be in great hands!
Lisa Gallant – REGISTERED ACUPUNCTURIST – Lisa started working with us mid August 2019 and will be available on Mondays and Wednesdays. See her Bio for more info. Welcome Lisa!!
Erin O’Neil RMT – Erin came to us late spring and we are glad to add her to our team. Erin is currently studying Osteopathy as well as working full time as an RMT.
Lisa McAlpine RMT has joined our Sullivan Street location and is available Saturdays for appointments. Incredible experienced therapist you must see. She is available on Saturdays only.
Leila Shaw RMT, PDt(c) Leila has over 22 years experience and offers traditional Swedish Massage, Hand Reflexology and Thai Yoga Massage. She’s amazing!!! She also has added a couple of treatment days out of her home location, also linked to Total Kneads. A lovely professional spot. Be sure to book here online.
Leila Shaw RMT has completed her Dietetics Degree and is back on our regular schedule at Total Kneads on Sullivan Street. She is available for treatments on Wednesdays from 2pm till 8 pm. Book with her. She’s incredibly skilled and experienced. Leila also offers Thai Yoga Massage! THE BEST!!
Fascial Stretch Therapy now being offered at total kneads – book with Sarah BscKin, RMT, CFST1
A bit about FST …
Fascial Stretch Therapy
Fascial Stretch Therapy(TM) is a unique, complete and complementary system of table-based assisted stretching, focusing on the fascia and joint capsule as the key elements in achieving optimal flexibility, strength, performance and pain relief.
Fascia is a network of layered connective tissue that surrounds muscles, bones and joints. A joint capsule is also a connective tissue structure that surrounds joints and is involved in optimizing the mechanical function of the joint as well as gives it nutrients. When the fascia and joint capsules are restricted it can cause:
- Decreased joint space which can lead to degenerative joint diseases and osteoarthritis
- Increased muscle tone which can lead to trigger points, strains, tendonitis and tears
- Increased nervous tissue tone which can lead to headaches, trigger points and muscle tightness
- Increased scar tissue formation
- Decreased blood flow and energy levels, and much more
- Improved posture
- Reduced risk of injuries
- Releases endorphins which are natural pain suppressants
- Improved strength
- Decreased stress
- Improved athletic performance
- Decreased muscle soreness
- Improved sex, and much more
**Permission has been granted by the Stretch To Win Institute to use the trademark Fascial Stretch Therapy (TM) or FST(TM) as long as certification is maintained in good standing. For more information about FST(TM) please visit www.stretchtowin.com.**
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EAT LIKE US – NUTRITION CORNER
Nutrition Tips from our own Dietician Leila Shaw RD, RMT
Fall is one of my favourite seasons – it brings with it the fall harvest rich with deep coloured
vegetables. These vegetables nourish us by providing phytonutrients (antioxidants and
vitamins) to protect and support our health. Fall also brings crisp bright days and colder nights
allowing us to tap into cozy times: slippers and hot cocoa fortified with organic mushroom
powder, roasted root vegetable soups and crunchy kale & brussel sprout “Caesar” salads,
stews and apple crisps.
I almost always modify, add, manipulate or tweak recipes, i.e. –
~Nutritional yeast for Parmesan (all or some)
~Coconut aminos instead of soy sauce
~Immediately half the amount of sugar, and replace half of that half with monk fruit or erythritol
~Leeks instead of onion (all or some)
~Silken organic tofu instead of dairy, sometimes instead of coconut milk if I am looking to up the
~Ground flax meal, ground chia (or whole seeds or hemp hearts get added into almost all baking
~Arrowroot instead of corn starch to thicken
~Fava or garbanzo bean flour to thicken gravies