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We are very excited and please to report that we were finalists in the Northern Multicultural Small Business Awards.  The Northern Multicultural Small Business Awards is an opportunity to celebrate the achievements and remarkable entrepreneurial spirit of the Northern Metropolitan regions most outstanding multicultural small businesses.  Although we were not the winner in the end, we embraced the opportunity.  Thank you to everyone who contributes to the clinic patients, practitioners and staff to help make my business the business I’ve always dreamed about.

I thought that the topic today was appropriate, I hope you find it interesting and helpful.

In our modern world of information overload and an ever-increasing expectation that our working day no longer ends as we close the office door behind us, it’s an unfortunate fact that anxiety rates are through the roof.  Sadly, it’s not only adults that are affected by this condition, but many children are also impacted by anxiety.   We posted a great infographic on Facebook some time back and received some really positive feedback, so we’re sharing it again today to keep the discussion open about anxiety and the signs to look out for.  Titled This Is Your Body On Anxiety, the article/infographic shares good information and a great visual, so please click here to check it out.

Fortunately, there are many things you can do to manage anxiety and even prevent further episodes from occurring.  We highly recommend Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture as a great starting point.

To help you understand just how this can help we share an article titled Why Acupuncture Works for Anxiety Relief – please click here to find out more.   Our Traditional Chinese Medicine team of Dr. Zahra Nasr, Dr. Eli Thomas and Dr. Merna El-Chabaan are also at the ready to answer any questions you might have in relation to acupuncture and the impact it may have on anxiety.

You might also like to consider some coaching/mentoring sessions with Christine Stow or a naturopathy appointment and/or diet consultation with Erin Hunter, as wholistically all of these modalities may assist you.

Simply give us a call on 9437 9555 to arrange an appointment, or visit our website for more information.  Our experienced team of practitioners offer osteopathy, remedial massage, myotherapy, acupuncture, naturopathy and success coaching from Monday-Saturday each week.

Please enjoy this week’s recipe of One Minute Fudge from Wholefood Simply.  No blender required, this recipe calls for a heat-proof bowl or jug and a loaf tin so it couldn’t be more simple to make (or require less cleaning up!).

  • 6 tablespoons almond butter
  • I thought that the topic today was appropriate, I hope you find it interesting and helpful.

    In our modern world of information overload and an ever-increasing expectation that our working day no longer ends as we close the office door behind us, it’s an unfortunate fact that anxiety rates are through the roof.  Sadly, it’s not only adults that are affected by this condition, but many children are also impacted by anxiety.   We posted a great infographic on Facebook some time back and received some really positive feedback, so we’re sharing it again today to keep the discussion open about anxiety and the signs to look out for.  Titled This Is Your Body On Anxiety, the article/infographic shares good information and a great visual, so please click here to check it out.

    Fortunately, there are many things you can do to manage anxiety and even prevent further episodes from occurring.  We highly recommend Traditional Chinese Medicine and acupuncture as a great starting point.

    To help you understand just how this can help we share an article titled Why Acupuncture Works for Anxiety Relief – please click here to find out more.   Our Traditional Chinese Medicine team of Dr. Zahra Nasr, Dr. Eli Thomas and Dr. Merna El-Chabaan are also at the ready to answer any questions you might have in relation to acupuncture and the impact it may have on anxiety.

    You might also like to consider some coaching/mentoring sessions with Christine Stow or a naturopathy appointment and/or diet consultation with Erin Hunter, as wholistically all of these modalities may assist you.

    Simply give us a call on 9437 9555 to arrange an appointment, or visit our website for more information.  Our experienced team of practitioners offer osteopathy, remedial massage, myotherapy, acupuncture, naturopathy and success coaching from Monday-Saturday each week.

    Please enjoy this week’s recipe of One Minute Fudge from Wholefood Simply.  No blender required, this recipe calls for a heat-proof bowl or jug and a loaf tin so it couldn’t be more simple to make (or require less cleaning up!).

  • 6 tablespoons almond butter
  • 3 tablespoons maple syrup
  • 3 tablespoons coconut oil
  • 1/2 teaspoon concentrated natural vanilla extract
  • pinch of salt
  1. Place the ingredients into a heat proof bowl or jug. Gently heat until the coconut oil is beginning to melt. Remove from the heat and mix the ingredients until smooth and well combined.
  2. Pour the mixture into a lined loaf tin and place it into the freezer to set and to store.
  3. Slice, serve, eat and enjoy!

Click here to view the recipe online (as well as the video clip showing just how simple it is!).

Wishing you a wonderful couple of weeks and as always, please feel free to share this week’s tips and articles with others. We value your feedback and would love to hear any experience you or your loved ones may have had with issues relating to anxiety, and what has worked for you.  And don’t forget to please check us out on Facebook.