Personal transformation, growth, and actualization is a passion of mine. I feel that to grow is to be human. Without growth and change we will inevitably feel stuck, apathetic, passionless, and unenthusiastic about life. I have come to deeply understand that life is short and that we need to cherish and value each sunrise and sunset! […]

Read More →

My world was changed the day that I watched Brene Brown’s Video “The Power of Vulnerability”. I have since purchased her book and found many valuable lessons that I have applied to my own life, as well as introduced into the lives of my clients. Here is a wonderful quote from Brene: “Owning our story […]

Read More →

The Mindfulness Summit is a FREE online event running from October 1st to October 31st. During this event you will be able to learn how to practice mindfulness from the comfort of your home, learn powerful strategies to integrate mindfulness into your daily life, learn about how mindfulness can transform anxiety, depression and stress, hear […]

Read More →

For most people, laser therapy means…well…nothing. Eye surgery and hair removal may come to one’s mind but that is not the type of laser that we practice at our centres. What we are referring to, are lasers that are used on a therapeutic level, to aid the bodies normal healing response. This technology has been jumping forward over […]

Read More →

I am often asked by patients about options for chronic lower back pain. Options outside of the more traditional approaches of Chiropractic, Physiotherapy, Acupuncture and Rehabilitation. Occasionally, patients with severe chronic lower back pain may not respond to the above therapies. They do not have the ‘Quick Fix’ lower back symptoms. So what else is […]

Read More →

After 23 years of practicing chiropractic, in Vancouver and Langley, I am still regularly told that “my wife/husband should really come and see you but they are too scared to come in.” Naturally, I ask why? Consistently the same answer bubbles up, they are afraid of having their neck ‘twisted’ or ‘cracked’. To that I happily […]

Read More →