14 Mar: The Wonderful Linden Tea’s Benefits

The Linden tree is known for her fragrance when the flowers bloom in the summer. We also drink their infusion. Here are some of Linden Tea’s benefits.

11 Mar: The Simplicity and Complexity of True Forgiveness

We all have heard that forgiveness frees us from the prison of pain. Why is it so difficult? How do we practice true forgiveness?

07 Mar: Jumping off the Bandwagon : Finding Health & Fulfillment

We are constantly being bombarded by what to do and how to do it. How do we choose? What if it’s being our own bandwagon we will experience greater health.

04 Mar: Resilience : Calm as Unease to Ease in Calm

Many people find unease in calm and a lack of stimulation, a sign of poor nervous system regulation. Here’s how to start moving to more ease and build resilience. Tips from complementary health practitioner Antoinette Biehlmeier and TRE practitioner Diana Ng.

01 Mar: Authenticity : Be Unapologetically You

Can I be both normal and weird to be authentic? What does being unapologetically ourselves feel and look like? How does the process of Othering come in?

26 Feb: 1st Century Lessons: “A Friendship That Can End Never Really Began”

Publilius Syrus (fl. 85 – 43 BC) is a latin writer known for his maxims, including this one about friendship. What is true friendship? Let’s explore this with his writing on friends.

24 Feb: You’ve Got Your Berkey, Now What? Is a Physical Filter Enough?

Getting a good water filter is one step to having energized and bioavaialble water. The question is – is a physical filter enough? If not, what then?

19 Feb: Dr Gene Ang on Arcturian Consciousness, Healing, and Direct Connection

After his PhD in Neurobiology, Dr Gene Ang was keen to explore healing, consciousness, and spirituality. His trainings, experiences, and connections led him to create the Arcturian Healing Method. He’s here to teach you so you don’t need a middle man.

16 Feb: Is Our Storytelling Causing Harm?

We love stories and we are wired to connect. Storytelling is one such way to connect. So how can storytelling cause us harm? We look at this question through the Polyvagal Theory.

Essential Teachings & Practices of Spiritual Science with Robert Gilbert

Winter Photo by john-o-nolan

Winter corresponds with the Water Element, the meridians and organ function energies of Kidney and Bladder. In this most yin of seasons, winter is for moving inward, into darkness, stillness, and contemplation. As Clarissa Pinkola Estés writes, let what must die, die. There is a season for everything and in every cycle, energy is transformed. So it is with ideas, projects, relationships, and life. Death can come in many ways, not just physically. We die many deaths each day, on the cellular level. We also die to old beliefs, ineffective ways of thinking and being.


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Audio Rejuvenation Energy Medicine kidneys and adrenals

Winter is Water Element and it is a fantastic time to nourish our Water Element organ systems – Kidneys, Bladder, and the Adrenals. We can take more quiet time, away from noise, sound, and other environmental pollution whenever we can to reduce the stresses on our body. Another way is to use Energy Medicine. This amazing technology is the future now.

If you haven’t tried Audio Rejuvenation, you’re in for a treat. There are so many ways to incorporate it into your life – through audio on your mobile device, which also means this modulates the WIFI emissions from your phone! Bonus. You can also print the mandalas and put it in your living areas. We have a whole bunch of ideas that we practice – email us to find out! Learn more about Audio Rejuvenation. Be sure to try the sample.

For health, balance and harmony is key, especially true in the Water-Fire balance. We focus on Kidney-Bladder organ and meridian system since it is the most sensitive in the winter. However, we also need to be mindful of the Fire. We can withdrawn into ourselves too much, or be overwhelmed by fear, the emotion associated with the Water Element. So we need the fire and courage of the Heart.

HeartWave 2.0 is quantum energy technology for cultivating the multi-dimensional heart. With six mandalas (plus 2 bonus ones!), we are bringing more heart to ourselves and the world, through heart health, heart intelligence, heart coherence, and heart-centred awareness. We’re all reading about resilience for a good reason!

Learn more about HeartWave 2.0 and try out the samples. Wondering if you may be overwhelmed with 8 quantum energy apps? No worries, the founder is sending you a series of emails to introduce each to you with suggestions of how to use them.

HeartWave Subtle Energy Heart Coherence


EAT pillar of health category What Therapy
Our diet is one source of life force energy and post-natal qi that builds, restores, and rejuvenates. Sourcing the most nutritious, clean, and sustainable ingredients is not only important to nourishing our cranial, heart, and gut brains. Our consumer practices and philosophies have an impact on our local ecosystem and the greater environment.
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Why *This* is the Perfect Tea

Who else loves tea? You probably have a cupboard full of all kinds of teas and blends! If you are looking for that one tea, here’s the perfect tea. Find out why.


Move pillar of health and wellbeing What Therapy Power of Choice platform
The body is built to move. Physical movement has positive effects on and reflects movement on other levels, including mental flexibility and emotional harmony. Movement goes beyond exercising. Awareness of how we move helps us stay agile, responsive, and present. Conscious and embodied movement also illumines where we may have limited our state of being.


Breathe Power of Choice What Therapy
The breath is the one thing we can do consciously and automatically. How we breathe, throughout the day, in moments of challenge, using pranayama techniques to direct our life force, or in meditation, has a profound impact on our health and well-being. We look at the different approaches to stress relief, resilience building, greater respiratory function, inner peace, and more.
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Who Meditates? Benefits of Meditation

Meditation is not reserved for the stressed. Studies have shown how meditation has a positive effect on our health and well-being. New to meditation? Try this 20 minute technique and find out who else meditates and why.

Virtual Oxygen Therapy


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In Chinese Medicine, there are three levels of dis-ease and well-being – the earthly level, the human level, and the celestial level. Each one requires a different focus though the elements are linked and interdependent. At the earthly level, we work with the environment, including the climate and the diet. At the human level, we look at our patterns of thought, emotions, and behaviour. Our fixation and attachment can lead to imbalance and even suffering. At the celestial level, we look at how we follow our heart as a way to fulfill our “destiny”. At What Therapy we believe that there are more than physical factors in play and look at the emotional, mental, and spiritual aspects of healing.
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Resilience : Calm as Unease to Ease in Calm

Many people find unease in calm and a lack of stimulation, a sign of poor nervous system regulation. Here’s how to start moving to more ease and build resilience. Tips from complementary health practitioner Antoinette Biehlmeier and TRE practitioner Diana Ng.


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While inner glow comes from what we ingest and how we feel, we believe we can add to our glow with clean non-toxic products. What we put onto our skin is so quickly absorbed, we can easily enhance our health by consciously choosing our skincare, makeup, and sunscreen. We are advocates of using beautiful products that are a delight to use and are better for us and the environment , whether they are commercially available or handmade in your own kitchen.
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Facial Marma Therapy

Facial Marma Therapy, an Ayurvedic treatment, is a great way to boost your health in the electrosmog we live in. This protocol doubles as a natural facelift!


Travel Pillar of Light What Therapy The Power of Choice
We live in a global village and most of us are travellers, whether it’s to the most remote reaches of Northern Norway or on a road trip to the next province or state. Travelling is a great way to engage with the greater world and see perspectives other than our own. It is an opportunity to experience local food, beauty rituals, healing traditions, and so much more. We believe travelling nurtures our curiosity and openness. It is a wonderful pause from our everyday routine to disengage from a set way of being. It is a positive disruption that asks us to live more presently.


live pillar of wellbeing What Therapy The Power of Choice Platform
At the end of the day, it’s about how we live – what we practice, how we choose to respond and connect, how we walk our talk, and what it all looks like. How do we put it all together? Do we believe the universe is a friendly one? What kind of garden are we tending? What is our impact on those around us? Here we look at the what, why, and how of the principles and philosophies of everyday life.


Sandra Shih
Wellness Advocate

Sandra is a HeartMath Trainer, Jin Shin Jyutsu and biofeedback practitioner, and writer. She focuses on helping clients instill a beautiful self-care practice based on traditional wisdom and modern technology.

Dr Taylor Bean
Naturopathic Physician

Dr Bean is a Canadian Naturopathic Physician who is passionate about what she does and aims to bring good information to the table, allowing her patients to make the best choices for themselves.

Tasneem Kagalwalla
Coach, Author & Coach

US-based Life Certified Master NLP Life Coach and Trainer, author, and poet, Tasneem embarked on her journey into the world of alternative therapy began at an early age, focused on a strong commitment to self-awareness and development.


Diana is curious about how we can move through the world with greater ease. She offers mindful movement practices and listening touch therapies and hosts song circles. These include yin and yang yoga based on the five elements, womb yoga, active meditations, Tension Release Exercise, Jin Shin Jyutsu, and Cranio-sacral Therapy.