Foundations For Health – Part 6

Dr. Kate Kuntze, ND Foundations For Health

So far I’ve talked about Diet and Nutrition, Digestive Health, Body Movement and Sleep as important foundations for health! Lastly, I would like to further the discussion of BALANCE  in terms of overall well-being. We often speak of having a balanced diet in terms of physical health, or having a good work-life balance when it comes to mental health. Even …

Foundations For Health – Part 2

Dr. Kate Kuntze, ND Foundations For Health

Welcome back! If you haven’t read it yet, take a look at the first blog in this series HERE, where I begin to highlight something I feel is arguably of the utmost importance. Recap: Macronutrients are what the body needs in larger amounts. This includes proteins, fats and carbohydrates. This also includes water, though it is not always seen as …

Foundations For Health – Part 1

Dr. Kate Kuntze, ND Foundations For Health

Welcome! I am SO glad you are here – checking in on how you can support your overall health. At Sanas Health Practice, we believe in giving our patients the best knowledge we have in the field of health & wellness, so that they can make the best choices for their health. To start this series off, I am going …

Channeling your inner Warrior

Jamie Bell Uncategorised

Three weeks ago I had to “sit deep into my Warrior” – a term commonly used in yoga classes to instruct students to push past the burn in their legs and use every muscle in their body to hold a strong posture. I remembered those words because it was a very emotional time for my family. Our youngest daughter, Amarah, was …

5 Ways to Dump the Trump and Find Your Inner Buddha

Marisol Teijeiro Uncategorised

Be Understanding, have no expectations. Be non Judgemental, loving and most of all be kind. That’s easy for Buddha to say, he never got beat up. When you’re in a relationship that is not exactly the way you want it to be, how do you maintain your inner Buddha and keep the part of your mind that acts like Donald Trump …

How is Fear holding you back?

Marisol Teijeiro Uncategorised

This March break was my first time really skiing. I’m not counting the time my husband took me down a diamond hill…that time I took one look at the summit and I immediately began to hyperventilate…quickly followed by a full-blown panic attack. As I tumbled miserably down the hill, tears filling my eyes as my sweet husband graciously snow ploughed …