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We're very pleased to announce that Renee is joining our healthcare team. Her skills add more accessible services to Six Degrees such as nutrition counselling and how to eat ridiculously well on a limited budget. Please read more about her and feel free to visit her on Wednesday mornings.
Renee has built a life as an Acupuncturist since 2009. Ever interested in health, community and politics she values the opportunities to work and engage with people in conscious living.
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Starting June 10, Six Degrees is hosting private restorative yoga treatments by Maggie O'Connor
on Friday mornings from 10am - 2pm. The sessions are 1 hour each plus intake and email support, and are offered on a sliding scale from $55 to $90.
The Self-Care Series
This series will combine acupuncture treatments and meditative talks for embodied learning and
enhanced healing. Come and experience how acupuncture works on the body,
mind, and spirit.
We are offering this series once again because of the popular response
As the season changes and the cold creeps in, certain health issues arise in us. It's always an interesting moment when almost every client in one day or the same week comes in to tell me about a sudden, and strange health occurrence! Commonly, the usual elements of these health narratives may fall under: the unusual (This has never happened before!); intensity (It’s killing me!); suddenness (I was walking along and then BAM!, my back gave out!); an element of disbelief (What is happening to me?).
It's mid February, and these last few weeks of winter can be the most
difficult to get through. Reduced sunlight, more time spent indoors and
less time spent being active can all contribute to feeling a little less
Being a client at Six Degrees has brought me to revisit a few misgivings, I
think, both as an individual who identifies herself as a Mad person or
psychiatric survivor and as the child of diasporic parents from Hong
For me, one of the best things about acupuncture is that it helps me
prioritize my health and requires that I listen to my self, my mind and
my body. Often, we (and particularly women) are told to disregard what
we feel and know because something else is more important. Eventually,
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