How to Evaluate a Therapist

When looking for a therapist it’s important to know one size does not fit all and it is often a process of evaluation before you find a good fit. It’s also possible you may have more than one on your team.
Your therapist will likely get to know you better than anyone except yourself, so it’s important to gauge their skill set, your comfort level, and your combined compatibility, to start.
There are many different approaches, techniques, and personalities so the intention with this is to give you support and a reference guide for your sorting process. An incompatible therapist can set you back instead of moving you forward so it’s important to evaluate them from the get-go.

Here are the questions along with answers to help you and your process use this as a guideline. You can ask all the questions below or choose a few.

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Happy Spring: We are open, and I have updated offerings.

Spring newsletter

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I have brought back the Eastern Melt Series: This is a treatment I created when I first moved to Calgary. I noticed how many people were stuck in their heads, stressed out, and totally disconnected from their bodies. Often suffering from insomnia and digestive issues. These treatments combine Ayurvedic marma points, Thai lines, visualization, breathwork, and a custom blend of essential oil. These sessions are meant to help you melt away stress. Secondly, after analyzing my bookings I realized the vast majority book either a“Combo” or “Unlimited Treatments”. In an effort to continue to refine the booking page while making room for new and exciting offerings I have decided to remove the “Focus” section completely. If there is any concern that cost is a barrier please reach out, I do not want anyone to feel as though they cannot receive support at this time.

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Tools for anger

Weekly practice: How to release Anger from your heart, soul, and body. This is a deep practice. Anger is often shamed, repressed, and shown in the most heinous of ways or projected outward ( road rage anyone) and the truth is we are rarely shown a tool or technique to feel, process, or release our […]

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Covid Closure: Dec 12 2020

Hello, Beautiful souls If you haven’t already heard, as of Sunday night, my practice will be closed for the year. Following the new Covid Guidelines I have extended my evenings this week, to support a few more of you! It will all be a First Come First Serve Basis. Please hop online and Book Now  I do have my […]

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Questions to Ponder for fall

meditation

Hello beautiful people, are you ready for fall? In Ayurveda, we observe the changing of the seasons as outward examples of what is changing in our own lives because of this, fall can be a generous teacher with many tools for insight. In North America, one of the many lessons it is demonstrating is the shifting of focus. […]

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VPK : A Journaling Practice for Ease

VPK : journaling

https://youtu.be/6d5ZH5xf_do   Whats needed: -Note book or note app preferably with hand writing option -Writing utensil – Time ( can vary from 5 -50 or more minutes)   Short form Before bed write out your valleys/peaks /kindnesses Valleys: low points Peaks : better than low points to highlights Kindness: the ways you’ve been kind to […]

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Try this breath hack to help fight anxiety

breath hack for anxiety

Breath Hack: Learn this simple technique to help fight anxiety Breath is vital. Your breath can be a powerful determinant of your physical and emotional state of being. In my practice I often emphasize breathwork during treatment. I find that with my clients, it can help them achieve a greater sense of awareness of what […]

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