by Stef Cordes and Lisa Baird Mental health challenges affect many of us. As many as 1 in 5 Canadians have been given a diagnosis […]
Anyone who’s worked shift work knows that it can be hard on the mind and the body. The good news is, community acupuncture can help with a lot of the adverse effects of working weird hours …
“Can acupuncture help with a broken heart?” is a common question at GCA. The short answer is Yes.
The days are getting longer, but this still tends to be a challenging time of year for many of us. Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) affects […]
Trauma-sensitive yoga is a gentle, body-centered practice that helps people who have experienced trauma to reconnect with their bodies, while giving them a great opportunity […]
We hear this a lot. For some, the idea of strangers sleeping in the same room together is exceptionally weird. But the answer is Yes, […]
So Stef, you’re trained as a Naturopath. Why are you working at GCA? That’s a great question! I was originally interested in Naturopathic Medicine because […]
Miriam Lee, originally named Lee Chuan Djin (李传真), was born in Shandong province in 1926. She trained as a nurse and a midwife in China […]
We turn one year old on February 2nd, 2014! We have given nearly 2300 affordable treatments in our first year. Thank you for trusting us, […]
Regular acupuncture while quitting smoking (at least once a week, possibly more) can significantly reduce cravings, ease anxiety and irritability, and help your body to expel toxins – and this will help you to feel much better and more likely to be able to quit.