Dr. Lauren Appleton has extended her hours and we have appointments available. If you are interested in finding out if acupuncture is for you, book your free 15 minute consultation with Dr. Appleton. Dr. Appleton’s personal philosophy is reflected in her gentle treatment style. Her belief is that healing comes from within. She is here… continue reading
TIPS FOR SPRING!
Tips for Spring As of March 20, spring is upon us. You can almost smell the grass under the snow, feel the warmth in the breeze, taste the Easter chocolate you will inevitably sneak out of your child’s basket. And if that extra dose of sunshine is giving you the urge to clean, you are… continue reading
It’s Never Too Early to Start Working on Your Golf Swing with Dr. Elaine Screaton!
A reminder on building your golf swing- and starting the work NOW so you are set for when the ice and snow melts! The 4 X-Factors in your Golf Swing- Part 1 While it is still early February, golf season in Canada is just around the corner! And while the snow and cooler temperatures might… continue reading
Christmas Pajama Drive
Please help us fill our ‘Christmas Pajama Drive’ box. Please bring a NEW and UNWRAPPED pair of pajamas for boys or girls, ages 0 – 12 years, during the month of December. They will be donated to the Children’s Cottage Society.
Tomorrow Mrs. Claus is coming to Synergea!
Just a reminder that Mrs. Claus is coming to Synergea tomorrow, Wednesday December 14th at 10:30am. She will be reading some of her favorite stories to the children and Amaranth Foods will be supplying nutritious snacks for all. If you have any questions just give us a call at 403-247-2947. See you tomorrow!
Story Time with Mrs. Claus
It is that time of year again for story time with Mrs. Claus. Mrs. Claus is a special friend to Synergea and will be coming to read some of our favorite Christmas stories and visit with the children on Wednesday, December 14th from 10:30am – 11:30am. Delicious, healthy, treats will be provided by our neighbors… continue reading
Acpuncture and tips to stay healthy this winter!
It is that time of year, cold season has arrived. Although it is not officially winter yet until winter solstice, it has become a bit chilly. That means it is time to bundle up, eat nice warm foods, and cuddle up next to a fire. Traditional Chinese medicine regards winter as a time of reflection,… continue reading