Dr. Madeleine Clark, ND

Dr. Madeleine Clark, ND Naturopathic Doctor empowering others to craft a life of health, happiness and powerful personal goals.
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Our bodies are COOL 🤓⁠⁠Here is a little post discussing how our menstrual cycle works, the distinct phases and hormonal ...
11/22/2021

Our bodies are COOL 🤓⁠

Here is a little post discussing how our menstrual cycle works, the distinct phases and hormonal changes throughout our month.⁠

Our menstrual cycle starts on day one of our period, and terminates at the first day of our following period. We undergo three different phases within this time named, follicular, ovulation and luteal.⁠

The hormones that control the movement between phases and trigger these changes start from our pituitary gland in our brain (we often call them the “upstairs hormones”) these are named Follicle Stimulating Hormone (FSH) or Luteinizing Hormone (LH). These hormones act on our ovaries, causing estrogen and progesterone to “turn on” at different points.⁠

The first half of our cycle is the follicular phase. In this phase FSH is signalling to our ovaries to develop a follicle in the o***y. Estrogen plays a role by slowly building up in concentration and by developing the lining of our uterus.⁠

About half way through our cycle the ovulation phase occurs when LH levels rapidly increase causing the release of an egg from the follicle.⁠

When the egg is released from the follicle the follicle turns into something called the corpus luteum. The corpus luteum begins to release progesterone, which maintains the uterine lining and will be important if the egg is fertilized and implanted.⁠

If the egg is not fertilized and implanted, then hormone levels fall and menstruation begins, starting the cycle over again.⁠

You can see how there is such a physiological dance that occurs monthly in our bodies in order to support proper ovulation and menstrual cycling. If you are experiencing any of the symptoms listed on the last page - reach out, there are often things we can do that will support you feeling your best. ☺️

Green Exercise 🌲I have been really passionate about movement and exercise this past week - after reading, and loving the...
12/30/2020

Green Exercise 🌲

I have been really passionate about movement and exercise this past week - after reading, and loving the Joy of Movement by Kelly McGonigal (book review in highlights).

The book is filled with research about how moving supports our brains, bodies and mood. A lot of this research is outside the physiology that normally gets me excited about exercise (which literally changes our brain proteins to support learning and memory, and our sensitivity to hormones!!! How cool!!).

One particular point of interest I have spent the afternoon reading about is green exercise - or the idea that exercising in nature provides added health benefits. Some studies have found that green exercise supports aspects of mental health - such as reduced anxiety and self-criticism (even after just a 90 minute walk). Other research is centred on exposure to green spaces (without exercise), and the benefits that may have on chronic pain and mood.

There isn’t enough out there to say if green exercise definitively is BETTER than indoor exercise. However one thing is clear, independently getting outside is good for our mental health, and so is exercise, so combining the two at least makes things more efficient.

What a positive to find in this year, where many of us have been forced to take our exercise regimes 4 seasons when maybe we would have spent longer indoors!

Create beautiful bookends to your day 📖This is an idea I learned from reading the work of Creating enjoyable and peacefu...
12/08/2020

Create beautiful bookends to your day 📖

This is an idea I learned from reading the work of

Creating enjoyable and peaceful routines each morning and evening can help us physically, mentally and emotionally prepare us for the day, or for sleep.

I also like this concept, as I find it puts a positive spin on sleep hygiene - instead of taking things away from yourself (screens, limiting emails to a certain time, etc), you are GIVING yourself a personalized, quiet, rest regime of your own making.

My bookends right now? Watching the dogs zoom in Trinity Bellwoods every morning on a walk with my coffee, and carving out an hour to read before bed.

What do your bookends look like?

10 000 steps is GREATOften we get asked if 10 000 steps is really exercise. It is! Walking is great exercise, and can al...
11/17/2020

10 000 steps is GREAT

Often we get asked if 10 000 steps is really exercise. It is! Walking is great exercise, and can also be productive if you have errands to do, or mindful if you pay attention to a beautiful place you are in!

While there are lots of benefits to getting a really sweaty High intensity interval training (HIIT) workout in, we can’t undervalue mindful movement (yoga, qi gong etc.) and unstructured activity (playing, gardening, yardwork, cleaning all fall into this category too)

It all adds up, and it’s easy to fit in if you decide to walk instead of drive for errands, get off the TTC a stop earlier, or go for a coffee and a walk with a friend vs sitting down.

My favourite? Walking and listening to audiobooks on quiet side streets in our neighborhood.

What is your favourite way to sneak in some movement?

SLEEP HYGIENE 🌅🌇Sleep hygiene is the act of setting up your sleep environment to encourage the best quality sleep. Somet...
10/05/2020

SLEEP HYGIENE 🌅🌇

Sleep hygiene is the act of setting up your sleep environment to encourage the best quality sleep. Sometimes all it takes is some changes to your routine to help improve your ability to fall and stay asleep!

Keep your room dark, cool and quiet.

Dark: To keep it dark, cover up any lights (tape works), use black out curtains to help with any light from the sun or the street (or a eye mask!)

Cool: keep a fan on (this can double as white noise), use less blankets, or dress in layers.

Quiet: use a white noise machine (or fan), to drown out any sounds that might jolt you awake.

No screens! Keep your phone, laptop and television out of your bedroom. Clock radios are still great cheap options for an alarm.

Aim to start winding down at least a half hour before bed, using quiet activities such reading, journaling or other quiet activities before getting into bed. Dim or turn down lights, and choose relaxing content to read (not work related or stressful).

Sleep can be impacted by many different health concerns. These are some ideas to set up your environment, and if you are curious to learn more about supporting your overall health and sleep ~ book a 15 minute call to chat more!

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) 🦄What is PMS? It’s actually quite misunderstood. Experiencing it however is challenging, fru...
09/16/2020

Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS) 🦄

What is PMS? It’s actually quite misunderstood. Experiencing it however is challenging, frustrating and we often don’t feel like ourselves.

The symptoms of PMS range greatly - which adds to the challenge of understanding why it occurs. The symptoms experienced can range from mood disturbances: anxiousness, irritability, anger, sad, lethargy or fatigue. Physical changes include bloating, cravings for certain foods, headaches, upset stomach, breast tenderness - to name a few. For them to be considered a result of PMS, they will occur before your menstrual cycle, and they are resolved by the onset of your period.

While the causes are misunderstood, some of the proposed reasons include hormone fluctuations, inflammation and nutrient deficiencies. I discuss these in more depth over on our Crafted Balance Clinic Blog - head to the link in our bio for more information.

If you are read to jump right into finding ways to support your PMS with naturopathic medicine - book a complimentary 15 minute call via our website!

Things I did this week to get out of a funk 😵Played soccerChatted with wonderful friendsWorked on ensuring I had a good ...
08/21/2020

Things I did this week to get out of a funk 😵

Played soccer

Chatted with wonderful friends

Worked on ensuring I had a good sleep

Drank water

Had an appointment with my naturopathic doctor who held me accountable to my lifestyle and supplement recommendations which I had slipped away from (thanks .nd )

Made plans with my mom

Completed a gratitude exercise from

It’s not always perfect and there are lots of wonderful strategies we can implement to help support your health! We all need some extra support, and people on our side keeping us accountable. ✨💗

REST ✨Ironically, I have been meaning to post this for over a week - but I have felt too busy.REST is the pillar of heal...
08/17/2020

REST ✨

Ironically, I have been meaning to post this for over a week - but I have felt too busy.

REST is the pillar of health where I am ~ a work in progress~

I’m an extrovert who loves people with every fiber of her being and I feel amazing when I’m running 100 miles a minute while juggling four different obligations. There is a lot of weird worth tied up in being busy I believe many of us experience.

During COVID I started to experience the joy of rest in the form of reading after dinner, happier houseplants, slow mornings and full nights of sleep. As things have shifted back into more of a “normal” gear I already am experiencing roadrunner mode where I speed in and out of home and work (and forgetting my lunch and bringing acupuncture needs instead).

This week I’m committing to slowing down more. Saying no and protecting my time for myself.

Photo from a bike ride when I realized I needed to slow down.

How are you slowing down this week?

Health and too much tech??I am sometimes resistant to relying too much on technology for our health and wellbeing. ⁠⁠It ...
07/10/2020

Health and too much tech??

I am sometimes resistant to relying too much on technology for our health and wellbeing. ⁠

It can be informative and fun, but it can also contribute to anxiety and stress around small details that maybe don’t matter as much as we think.⁠

In a positive way, I find my fitbit helps to remind me to stand up and walk 250 steps every hour. When I am well below 10 000 steps I’m prompted to go for a longer walk or squeeze in a quick run. It also serves a fun way to compete with friends and family (my dad).⁠

On the flip side, I had to remind myself that focusing on "score" I was getting for my sleep - and trusting that score over how I FELT when I woke up wasn’t helpful.⁠

A low score, but feeling great when I wake up is better than an app giving me a high grade on a sleep that leaves me sluggish in the morning.⁠

Bottom line, they can be great motivators and add-ons to your health regime - but don’t lose the trust in yourself and your own body in the process.⁠

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In clinic, with our plants, and our PPE, and PPE/masks for you.⁠⁠Here to answer your questions about food sensitivities,...
07/08/2020

In clinic, with our plants, and our PPE, and PPE/masks for you.⁠

Here to answer your questions about food sensitivities, supplements, skin, gut, hormones and supporting you feeling that bit better so you absolutely crush your goals and enjoy every moment of this HOT summer.⁠

Link in bio to book your 15 minute call!⁠

~ stay cool ~

What's in a soap?⁠⁠⁠⁠Many personal care products are found to have “endocrine disrupting chemicals”. These are chemicals...
07/06/2020

What's in a soap?⁠



Many personal care products are found to have “endocrine disrupting chemicals”. These are chemicals, often used in preserving or creating products that are shelf stable, but impact our hormonal system in a variety of ways. ⁠


Our skin is porous, so when we use personal care products (soaps, lotions, shampoos, make up, nail polish etc,) we absorb some of these chemicals. Opting for products without these chemicals limits our exposure.⁠


Finding the balance of product limit our exposure, but also works (keeps our hair clean) can be a bit of an experimentation process.⁠

I try to aim to hit these three values: clean, effective and local.⁠

For research on what is "clean" (by which I mean: limits harsh chemicals) try apps like Think Dirty or the Environmental Working Groups Healthy Living App. Also checking labels to see what seems chemical or unfamiliar. ⁠

For effectiveness: I just try new stuff and ask friends (I'll include some of my tried and true stuff over the next bit).⁠


And for local - I do my best! I love skin essence organics for face washes and moisturizers (we utilize their products for cosmetic acupuncture here at the clinic!) ⁠


What are your favourite clean, effective and local personal care products?⁠

A nice few days of books, golf, forcing my parents to bike with me and dodging deerflies, kayaking and wakeboarding betw...
07/01/2020

A nice few days of books, golf, forcing my parents to bike with me and dodging deerflies, kayaking and wakeboarding between biz calls ✌️

Oh and nature!!! 🇨🇦

I live for outdoor soccer, which isn’t happening this year. As I was reading Eat Sweat Play by Anna Kessel (in my books ...
06/25/2020

I live for outdoor soccer, which isn’t happening this year.
As I was reading Eat Sweat Play by Anna Kessel (in my books highlight) it had me thinking about missing outdoor this year sucks, but also how fortunate I am to have had soccer (and other sports) as a place of solace throughout my life.

As a kid it didn’t matter what was happening at school, you always had a few hours a week of focusing on the game, doing drills, and running laps with your teammates.

As an adult I find soccer the place I can go a few times a week and forget everything else. It's a complete flow state for me, a moving meditation. It’s also FUN and I get to hang out with a bunch of hilarious and cool women who also love soccer.

I didn’t realize how many barriers were in the way of women and girls accessing sport. From body image, societal pressure, and the belief in the past that women might damage their womb or become infertile from competing (I literally laughed out loud when I read that). Or soccer being BANNED for women in the UK for 50 years.

And that's not even scratching the surface on the financial, racial, and other systemic barriers that prevent people from accessing all the benefits of sport.

Exercise is phenomenal for pretty much ANY health outcome. And sport adds the fun, friendship and teamwork, and learning how to win and lose with grace. Post covid let's find more ways play ⚽

How doing your accounting is a lot like taking steps in your health journeyLast week I finally had to sit down and do my...
06/17/2020

How doing your accounting is a lot like taking steps in your health journey
Last week I finally had to sit down and do my end of the piling up accounting for the clinic. I dislike this job (I hadn't tried my hand at it yet) and I was putting it off.

Similar to how taking steps in our health can be challenging - I knew it was good for me, but I wasn't sure where to start and envisioned it being a nightmare.

How did I combat this?

1) I asked for help

2) I sat down and pushed through my initial resistance with it. I took it slow, and took breaks and was nice to myself.

Outcome - it's done, and I have a framework and strategy for how I'm going to approach in a way that makes it a neutral, and not draining activity.

The same can go for your health. With a lot of info out there - it's not always easy to know where to start.

We love answering your questions and helping you get on the track where you feel empowered, and have a strategy to move forward with!

Link in bio to book 🦄

✨We are back in action featuring the mustard mumu, PPE, great art from my mom (wall) and a handmade desk from my dad. Co...
06/16/2020

✨We are back in action featuring the mustard mumu, PPE, great art from my mom (wall) and a handmade desk from my dad. Come visit us as the clinic built on friendship, and start your journey in creating a life of OPTIMAL health. Link in bio to book ✨

"Buddhist tradition describes three styles of compassionate leadership: the trailblazer, who leads from the front, takes...
06/09/2020

"Buddhist tradition describes three styles of compassionate leadership: the trailblazer, who leads from the front, takes risks, and sets an example; the ferryman, who accompanies those in his care and shapes the ups and downs of the crossing; and the shepherd, who sees every one of his flock into safety before himself. Three styles, three approaches, but what they have in common is an all-encompassing concern for the welfare of those they lead."

I liked this idea as I think Western tradition only focuses on the first type of leadership, yet quiet leadership can be equally important.

https://hbr.org/2019/02/the-dalai-lama-on-why-leaders-should-be-mindful-selfless-and-compassionate?utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=hbr&utm_source=linkedin

Progesterone is produced in the second half of our menstrual cycle. When pregnancy occurs it continues to be produced to...
06/09/2020

Progesterone is produced in the second half of our menstrual cycle. When pregnancy occurs it continues to be produced to help maintain the pregnancy.

If pregnancy doesn’t occur, progesterone is still at work. It reduces inflammation, helps promote sleep, protects against heart disease and calms our nervous system, leading to stress resilience.

Pretty awesome work all from one hormone right?

The thing is, if we aren’t ovulating, (releasing an egg), or if we are on certain forms of synthetic birth control - we won’t be producing the form of progesterone that helps us!

Luckily, there are lots of options, and different ways to support progesterone in order to receive all it's health benefits. If you want to chat more about your hormones, stress or gut - book a 15 min call! (Link in bio)

We are back!!!! ✨🦄While we can't have a big party just yet (my favourite) we are excited to be able to offer in person v...
05/29/2020

We are back!!!! ✨🦄
While we can't have a big party just yet (my favourite) we are excited to be able to offer in person visits following all recommended precautions. Our services continue to be available via Telehealth.

Looking forward to hosting you all in our space soon.

For support with gut health, skin health, hormones and stress resilience and plain old feeling optimized, the link in my bio will lead to our booking. If you have any questions feel free to reach out we love hearing from you ♥️

Reposted from We are so excited to open our doors to you on Monday 🌸

We will be taking every precaution and screening patients before they arrive for appointments.
We are also pleased to announce we will now be offering cosmetic acupuncture ✨

Can you spot our furry friend in the window🐶? (She will at home once we open) .
Link in bio to book ✨ -

Did a huge produce haul last night which serendipitously lead to eating the rainbow this am! I love a good egg on toast ...
05/28/2020

Did a huge produce haul last night which serendipitously lead to eating the rainbow this am!

I love a good egg on toast for breakfast (and for my slow hot morning run recoveries lately 😅) but always looking for ways to add more vegetables in!

I also got some berries because I had been doing some reading, and was reminded about their amazing anti inflammatory and antioxidant powers for the brain (did you know some components may last in your body for 5 days!) And I love my brain!

Remembering every week or breakfast isn't perfect but striving for lots of good veggies and fruits combined with basics you love, and celebrating the rainbow when it happens.

Creativity ✨I love to consume art in all forms, but I struggle to have the confidence to make it. Sports always came eas...
05/26/2020

Creativity ✨
I love to consume art in all forms, but I struggle to have the confidence to make it.
Sports always came easier.

Recently I've been completing s journalling prompts, that come every day in my inbox.

Sometimes I feel called to do more than one, sometimes I skip a few. I've enjoyed the direction of it, and the push to try things outside my comfort zone. (I wrote from the perspective of my lost shoe, a love letter to a dog named Stella I met on the street, and I tried my hand at a haiku). I also am enjoying the push to create vs consume - even if it's just for me.

Expression through art can be a wonderful for promoting of feelings of well-being, learning new skills, getting into flow state and frankly it's just FUN.

What are you doing to stay creative? 🦄

I get to combine all these things I love into one jobchatting (💁‍♀️) science, research, exercise, food, feelings, learni...
05/25/2020

I get to combine all these things I love into one job
chatting (💁‍♀️) science, research, exercise, food, feelings, learning, problem solving, being our best self.

Naturopathic medicine is a wonderful way to support overall health, and anything that gets lost in the gaps. We get to help people feel better, learn about themselves and create a balance that works for them.

Supporting your health can be as easy as starting with a complimentary 15 min call (link in bio)

Happy Naturopathic Medicine Week! 🌿🧙‍♀️

MINDFULNESS 🐆Mindfulness is about paying attention. Being aware. Noticing. Why is this useful? Because we can take in al...
05/20/2020

MINDFULNESS 🐆

Mindfulness is about paying attention. Being aware. Noticing.

Why is this useful? Because we can take in all this information: emotional, social, physical and act on it appropriately. We are mindful when we make decisions with all the information collected in a level headed way. How am I feeling, what's going on, what's the problem, what have they said they need.

This helps us make decisions from a stable place.

How do we cultivate more of this?

Meditation is one practice tool. Journalling is another. Gratitude practices, moving meditations (yoga, Qi gong, tai chi) and savouring (my favourite)!

The goal is not to be perfect, the goal is to notice when our mind wanders - have that moment of awareness and bring it back to our focus again (breath, external sounds, writing, yoga pose).

This helps mood and helps mindset.

My favourites: meditation ;), yoga, mindful walking - I create lists of funny things I see in the city (recently .nd and I saw a very apprehensive dog resisting the vet's office), take pictures of street art (pink panther has been my fave for years, now across st from clinic), share wonderful meals I've had with wonderful people, and sharing music I enjoy.

What little moments have you had this week that made you pay attention?

I was reading Brene Brown's book Rising Strong when I came across this idea.⁠⁠In her book, she has an exchange with her ...
05/15/2020

I was reading Brene Brown's book Rising Strong when I came across this idea.⁠

In her book, she has an exchange with her therapist where she is recounting a woman who has upset her. The therapist, after listening to Brene asks her "Do you think people are doing their best?".⁠

In reading this, I instantly thought "no, people never are doing their best". ⁠

But as I sat on this idea, it sunk in more for me.⁠

Maybe they were?⁠

And if I believed that, things became less of a personal slight, and I could see them in a more compassionate and understanding light. It let me forgive them.⁠


So something to think on as we go into our long weekend. ⁠

This is a weird time and we are all doing our best. Some people are more stressed, anxious and able to handle that better than others. We all have our human being moments.⁠

How can we move forward in kindness and compassion?

Relaxation and memory?⁠⁠⁠⁠The hippocampus is an area of the brain involved in learning and memory. It is also tied to co...
05/13/2020

Relaxation and memory?⁠⁠⁠⁠
The hippocampus is an area of the brain involved in learning and memory. It is also tied to cortisol, one of our stress hormones, as it is involved in calming our stress response after it has peaked.⁠

Research tells us that that elevated cortisol helps us form new memories - but actually impairs our ability to retrieve old ones. For test taking, or anything where we need to pull up information from the past - elevated cortisol (stress) makes this harder!⁠

Dr. Fi and I used to say this saying before exams as a reminder to stop worrying about if we knew the answers or were prepared enough. ⁠

We may have heard this research before, but we stumbled upon it this week reading about PMS (it’s all connected haha!)⁠

I love to read. If it lingers or makes me think - even better. Here are my top 9 favourite books I’ve ever read (!!)East...
05/12/2020

I love to read. If it lingers or makes me think - even better.

Here are my top 9 favourite books I’ve ever read (!!)

East of Eden by John Steinbeck

I read this book on a week off from work at the cottage when I was 17. It takes you over the journey of one family through generations, and I was always captivated by the great story. It also makes me think of avoiding stacking wood with my dad and cuddling with our old border collie while the birch trees blew in the wind over the screened in porch.

Captain Corelli’s Mandolin by Louis de Bernieres

We read this in high school. Daunting, heartbreaking and beautiful writing. I recently read one of .nd s favourite - love in the time of cholera and found the stories written in a similar way.

15 dogs by Andre Alexis

My favourite things: beautiful, thoughtful, Toronto, dogs.

Tiny beautiful things by Cheryl Strayed

I was gutted by this book. While every scenario isn’t relatable, the emotions deep at the core of them are. And the advice is the kind and compassionate hard love we all need to hear.

All about love by bell hooks

Love is a verb, and actively thinking about it, rather than passively following what is laid out in front of us. This was a groundbreaking concept to me on how we treat others, but more importantly ourselves.

How to breathe underwater by Julie Orringer

Short stories are always haunting, but these are particularly haunting, and familiar.

Mindset by Carol Dweck

This one helped me snap out of a way of thinking where I took failure personally, and thought of my skills as fixed. A great one for remembering effort goes a long way, and if you really want to improve something, science says even just changing our mindset will help.

Late Nights on Air by Elizabeth Hay

A beautiful book highlighting the north of Canada and radio, adventure and loss. I honestly can’t always remember why I love this one, as it has been a long time since I read it but it stuck to me.

The Diviners by Margaret Laurence

An amazing Canadian fiction, coming of age story about a strong woman leading her life against the grain or societal norms (WHICH I’M ALWAYS A FAN OF)

Always looking for more reccos!!!

Happy mother's day to all the mummas and mother figures.I've always been inspired by my mom when she was a business lady...
05/11/2020

Happy mother's day to all the mummas and mother figures.

I've always been inspired by my mom when she was a business lady, and now as a retiree pursuing her passions of piano and painting. But most of all by her unshakable optimism and joy. ♥️

Getting back into the swing of meditation 🧘‍♀️As mentioned in my Instagram stories I started meditating 2 years ago. I s...
04/25/2020

Getting back into the swing of meditation 🧘‍♀️
As mentioned in my Instagram stories I started meditating 2 years ago. I started because I couldn't deny the research of the health and mood benefits it offered, as well as I wanted personal experience with something I was going to be recommending to patients. I had dabbled in it before but this time I went fully into it.

It was hard. I was "bad" at it. In that my thoughts carried me off most of the time. But I kept at it, and kept listening to the advice to "begin again" when I was steered off course. Sometimes this was many times per sitting.

As I kept at it, what I found it gave me was profound perspective. It helped me a lot with stress and anxiety I was experiencing through school and clinic (big life changes for me), and being able to recognize when I was tumbling down a series of unhelpful thoughts or "what ifs".

I am passionate about this practice because it is cost efficient, effective, there are no side effects, and because it's good life training.

Life is about beginning again when you get off course. It's about that moment when you recognize you've gone the wrong way and you turn back to where you want to go. Meditation is that practice over and over again. First noticing you've gone the wrong way, then self correcting.

I want to do this challenge because I've noticed that in my own life. I need to correct course. My consistent habit is no longer part of my routine and I like my life better when I have that time to sit and practice.

I'm officially starting Monday (I may sneak some extra practice in this weekend) and my goal is to meditate 20 minutes for 5 days!

Join me! And see how you feel getting back into the swing of things (or for the first time).

Goodluck!

Dr. Mad

As we settle into our online lives for the time being, a reminder that I can be reached for compassionate and honest nat...
04/24/2020

As we settle into our online lives for the time being, a reminder that I can be reached for compassionate and honest naturopathic care via telemedicine (secure HIPAA compliant video conferencing) for those of us residing in Ontario.

Excited to be your partner on the road to great health!

Link here to book: https://craftedbalanceclinic.janeapp.com/

In light of recent updates and recommendations from the Ontario Medical Association, we are moving our services exclusively to Telemedicine until further notice. These visits are conducted by video or phone over a secure network to protect your privacy. We are committed to the health and safety of everyone in our community, and look forward to sharing our space we put a lot of love and labour into with you soon.
Stay healthy & connected 💕
Dr. Fiona & Dr. Mad

Science tells us... it's never too late (or early) to start an activity regime!
04/23/2020

Science tells us... it's never too late (or early) to start an activity regime!

Have you ever watched a road race and seen someone in their 60s performing alongside those in their 30s and thought that could never be you? Too late to get to that level? Well, that may not be the case. I read a research study the other day that was looking at the health and performance differences

Forever humbled by this big world during the tiny moments 🌎
04/22/2020

Forever humbled by this big world during the tiny moments 🌎

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