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Mountains into Mole Hills: How Mental Health and Meditative Movement with a Kinesiologist Can Help

Every day we have a list of tasks, a pile to move, or a metaphorical mountain to climb. For some, these feel like mole hills and for others, it can feel overly cumbersome. Our mood and mental well-being depict the interactions with our environment and those around us. This is where working with a kinesiologist, like myself, can help shift one’s perspective on that mountain and bring it into a mole hill size.

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Mountains into Mole Hills: How Mental Health and Meditative Movement with a Kinesiologist Can Help

Mountains into Mole Hills: How Mental Health and Meditative Movement with a Kinesiologist Can Help

Every day we have a list of tasks, a pile to move, or a metaphorical mountain to climb. For some, these feel like mole hills and for others, it can feel overly cumbersome. Our mood and mental well-being depict the interactions with our environment and those around us. This is where working with a kinesiologist, like myself, can help shift one’s perspective on that mountain and bring it into a mole hill size.

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Mountains into Mole Hills: How Mental Health and Meditative Movement with a Kinesiologist Can Help

Mountains into Mole Hills: How Mental Health and Meditative Movement with a Kinesiologist Can Help

Every day we have a list of tasks, a pile to move, or a metaphorical mountain to climb. For some, these feel like mole hills and for others, it can feel overly cumbersome. Our mood and mental well-being depict the interactions with our environment and those around us. This is where working with a kinesiologist, like myself, can help shift one’s perspective on that mountain and bring it into a mole hill size.

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Kinesiology for Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis

Kinesiology for Individuals with Multiple Sclerosis

My role as a kinesiologist at the Surrey Neuroplasticity clinic has allowed me to work with people living with a variety of neurological conditions such as traumatic brain injuries, multiple sclerosis (MS) and stroke. Although I love working with every individual, a passion of mine is to work with individuals who have MS to help improve their functional level and help provide some functional independence in their lives.

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Living with Multiple Sclerosis

Living with Multiple Sclerosis

Living with MS is something that nobody would choose. For some people, the diagnosis can provide a sense of relief, as there is finally an explanation for many of the frustrating and sometimes scary symptoms they have been experiencing. But then comes the question – now what?

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Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral palsy (CP) is a lifelong neurological condition that disrupts the development of movement and posture, causing limitations in normal function. CP affects approximately 17 million people across the globe.

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