Fall 2023 Newsletter Future Plans, Introducing Lisa Dawn, Fall Musings 

 September 8, 2023

By  Mandi

Email is now fixed!!

For some of you, my emails and home care have been bouncing back, I am happy to report that the issue is now fixed!! I want to thank anyone who got caught up in the confusion, it took multiple people and a bit of collaboration to finally figure it out!!

???? Exciting Schedule Update for September-December! ????️


I'm thrilled to announce some exciting changes to my schedule from September through December. But first, a little heads-up: I'll be taking a well-deserved break throughout the entire month of January, returning refreshed and ready to roll in February.

Here's my updated schedule:

Tuesdays: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

Wednesdays: 12:00 PM - 9:00 PM

Fridays: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM

Every Second Saturday: 9:00 AM - 9:00 PM

I hope these new hours accommodate your needs better, and I look forward to serving you during these times. If you have any questions or need to make an appointment, feel free to reach out.

???? Special Reminder: I always book up quickly in December, so don't forget to book your end-of-year appointments to make the most of your benefits ASAP. Secure your spot to avoid missing out on the care you deserve!

Thank you for your continued support! 

???? A Glimpse into the Future: Updates and Plans ????

Thank you for everyone who filled out the Surveys in June!

In our June Newsletter, I provided a glimpse of my future aspirations, captured through some candid videos. Your feedback, filled with concern and care, touched my heart deeply. I want to take a moment to assure you that, in the foreseeable future, there won't be any changes to my current individual practice.

Equally important to me is sharing my practitioner goals with all of you. It has become apparent that there's a vital need to extend what I've cultivated to fellow healers and community at large. I am committed to continuing my role as a mentor and educator, but with a specific focus on constructing a new online platform designed to connect with a broader audience.

Over the past decade in Calgary, we've embarked on an incredible journey of growth and transformation together. I've witnessed profound shifts, not only within myself but also within my cherished clients and this magnificent city we call home. It feels like the natural progression of our shared path, one that I am genuinely thrilled to embark upon and share with all of you.

Thank you for being an integral part of this remarkable journey. I can't wait to see where the future takes us together.

This Falls Theme is REST…but first what needs to be done

This fall, this newsletter is all about one simple yet profound concept: rest.

In July, I had the incredible opportunity to visit Montreal and Quebec City, where I indulged in not one, not two, but three of the most awe-inspiring spas I've ever encountered. These Nordic spas were meticulously designed to offer an entire day of pure spa bliss. "A full day at the spa?" you might ask. "Wouldn't you get dehydrated, hungry, or overheated?" Well, the secret lies in mastering the art of complete body relaxation and napping in between the invigorating hot and cold saunas and pools. 

These Nordic spas, much like the vibrant city of Montreal itself, understand the significance of "third spaces" – places where people can unwind, read, gather, and connect, or not if you are an introvert and that is acceptabel as well. To kickstart my relaxation journey, I booked a spa experience on my very first day in Quebec. It allowed me to ease into a state of profound relaxation. At the end of this article click the link and take a moment to glimpse some of the relaxation options suspended chairs, hammocks, and tranquil floating dome pods where we luxuriously reclined.


Before diving into this oasis of rest, I needed to prepare myself to fully embrace the experience and stay present. I started by making a list of essential steps to ensure my relaxation journey was a success. This made me think of fall and how it is back to sch the tempature is channging, and I wondered what things coud we plan for a head of time that would create more space for rest?

Could we prebook self care as a way to ensure we have some down time? or schedual in anything else that provides space to contmeplate and wind down. While in the spa phones were meant to stay in our lockers so it provided a perfect self connected opportunity to disconnect. to reconnect, can I schedual technology breaks and let people know ahead of time? its not just about how you rest but how you prepare for it. 

Let me introduce you…..

In additon to my own forward movement I wanted to introduce you to an incredible collegue of mine. Lisa Dawn , she is a somatic experince trained coach and has created a couple of incredible online courses that I feel could be supportive. And you can do either from the comfort of your own home. both courses are $300 and set up in a self paced way that you can easfully work at your own pase matching your nervous system as you go!!

Make sure to add my name as email to the sign up form when you do:

Mandi Info@mandimack.com

Course 1:

Recaliming Resiliance

Reclaim Pleasure, Self-Leadership, Intimacy and PLAY

“You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to Surf ”— Jon Kabat-Zinn

This course is for you if you want to:

  • Discover how to let go of the stuff that is keeping us unhappy, disconnected and emotionally shutdown.
  • Reclaim our energy, focus and clarity.
  • Access the well-being, peace and vitality that lives within us.
  • We can begin to feel not just good, but Awesome!

Course 2

Redefining Chronic Pain 

Discover the foundations of healing, teach your body new ways of being, and awaken your senses.

“..and I said to my body softly. “I want to be your friend.” It took a long breath and replied, “I have been waiting my whole life for this

— Nayyirah Waheed

This course is for you if:

  • You are in pain. You know deep within you it can be different. You're tired of the pain running the show.
  • Your pain is undiagnosed or a mystery pain.
  • You have a diagnosis but you feel there is more to the story, more you can do.
  • You are constantly worried about your pain.
  • You have a feeling that your pain is not purely physical.
  • You're tired and just want relief.


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Mandi Mack

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