Following the implementation of phase II of Alberta’s Relaunch Strategy, wellness services are now allowed to operate. However, to comply with government guidelines and follow recommendations by our professional association, Natural Health Practitioners of Canada (NHPC), I will have to operate slightly differently. Let me give a brief outline: – My practice is now solely […]
I am proud and excited about re-launching this website, which reflects my journey and passion as Traditional Thai Therapist through the past 20 years. My heartfelt Thank You is in order to the people who made it possible: Michael & Briana Tighe of Solid. – for developing the site, which has already earned international praise. […]
Government hopeful that Thai Massage will receive UNESCO Recognition Image: Roberto Faccenda / Flickr By Teeranai Charuvastra, Staff Reporter April 30, 2019 1:32 pm BANGKOK — The government said Tuesday it has petitioned the United Nations to recognise Thai massage as part of its intangible heritage. Speaking to reporters today, Culture Minister Veera Rojpojanara said […]
Prof Peter O’Sullivan discusses cognitive functional therapy and the myth of “core stability” in relation to chronic low back pain.
Interview by Bruce Bentley, Health Traditions on “Chinese Medicine: History and Philosophy” published in the Journal “Radiation from Space” They move towards explaining ’why’ illness occurs. Naturalistic traditions based on natural phenomena such as weather conditions, viruses or diet account for ‘how’ someone gets sick. The supernatural traditions are fascinating for many reasons, not least […]
The following is a guest post written by Jillian McKee. As more people embrace holistic therapies for improving health and fighting disease, yoga and massage are becoming more common among cancer patients and other chronic sufferers. Yoga and massage therapies combine ancient philosophies with modern techniques to ease symptoms and optimize treatment effectiveness. While most […]