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Monthly Archives: April 2016

April Natural Health News

This month’s theme: Stress!
Video: Psychotherapy and Stress
Yellow Gazebo’sMargotte Kaczanowskais not just knowledgeable when it comes to stress, she’s also a personable, easy-to-talk-to professional who has a great approach to therapy. Watch this video to get to know herpsychotherapy methods (and her approach to stress) a little better.
Video: Massage Therapy FAQ

RMT Brian Murraytakes on some common and potentially personal questions in this interview that’s intended to educate as well as entertain. Ever feel like farting in themassage therapyroom? Let’s ask Brian!

Get your FAQ.

Wake Up Wednesdays! 
Physiotherapist Amy Gildner wants to see you bright and earlyWednesday mornings– 7am if you can swing it, or earlier if you want to challenge her! So set that alarm for sunrise and come get some good ol’ hands-on physiotherapy to start off your day.

Meet Amy.

Podcast: Acupuncture for Anxiety 
Acupuncturist Richard Lobbenberg uses this podcast to explain howacupuncture can help feelings of stress and anxiety taking a natural, holistic approach. When the mind can’t be calmed, sometimes the body needs to get things started.
Vote For Us
We’ve been nominated!Yellow Gazebo has recently been nominated by the York Guardian’s 2016 Reader’s Choice Awards for Acupuncture, under the category of Best Business and Service. So if you’d like to participate in voting for us, just make sure you get your click/vote in by Sunday, April 24th at 11:59pm. And thanks!

Click here.

Video: Naturopathy for Stress
Doctor of Naturopathic Medicine Olja Keserovicoffers some great insight into how naturopathycan help you to reduce your stress levels and feel better. Her intelligent answers may just open up a few ideas for you.
Until May 31st, 2016, enjoy a Shiatsu sessionwith Andrea Gerhardt for 30% off!
YG Stress Management Program

Give yourself the gift of letting us guide you. Our Stress Management Program is designed to free you from having to decide what therapy you need the most. In the program, we choose the right therapies for you to help you get started on a transformative journey to reduced stress.

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This month’s theme: Pregnancy



Podcast: Osteopathy During Pregnancy

From fertility to pregnancy to post-labour, and even treating your infant soon after birth, osteopathy is a wonderful medicine gaining popularity with new and developing families. This podcast interview with osteopath Nazanin Eshghi Moghaddam explores further.Listen up.
Video: Acupuncture for Labour Induction Completely safe for pregnant women and helpful for many issues one experiences in each of the three trimesters, acupuncture may also help with inducing labour when needed. Watch this video with acupuncturist Richard Lobbenberg for more insight.

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…and see the YG Articles Page for more!
Video: Massage for Pregnancy and for Infants

You might be surprised!

Watch this informative interview with RMT Amy Tracey Sarfati as she explains the benefits of receiving massage while pregnant and after giving birth. Amy also talks about infant massage and how her work at YG can help the very young.

Learn more.

Video: Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy
Physiotherapist Amy Gildner discusses an area of specialty unknown to many. Excellent for, but not limited to women after giving birth, pelvic floor physiotherapy is good for women with a variety of concerns.
The YG Pregnancy Programs

Whether you’re looking for Fertility help, Pregnancy support, or Doula care for the final stages – YG can help. Heck, if you’ve watched the videos and listened to the podcasts this month, you know we can even provide care for your infant! Check out these great programs and more.

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