We are very fortunate for many reasons to be able to support the wellness of each and every person we come into contact with. Beyond this, we are grateful and privileged to be members of our beloved Kingston community.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. Christmas cheer is all around; shoppers have taken over downtown Kingston’s streets; holiday parties (and the less-than-sprightly mornings that follow) are in full swing and all the children are eagerly awaiting Santa’s arrival.
Feeling overwhelmed yet?
We thought you might be.
Here at Immerse, we’ve decided to make the sometimes stressful act of giving gift giving as easy as a walk in the (snow-filled) park.
The Christmas season is upon us…the frenzied time of year that always seems to sneak up on us too quickly.
Between all the shopping, baking, housework, meal preparation, dinner parties and Christmas card writing, self-care — perhaps one of the most essential things this time of year — always seems to fall to the bottom of our seemingly endless to-do lists.
There’s a likely chance you’ve heard the common proverb, “You can’t pour from an empty cup.” It’s a rather whimsical way of saying if you don’t take care of yourself, you can’t take care of others.
We have an exciting announcement. A new member will be joining our team. Matthew Bruce is a Manual Osteopathic Practitioner. He is very thrilled to help people in pain in our community. He will be taking appointments starting October 30th. If you have never tried Osteopathy, it is a great form of holistic therapy and nourishment to the body. It is covered by most extended health insurance providers.
Float therapy, which has been around since the 1950s, is much different than it was in the past — and much better understood.
Scientific studies have shown float therapy can positively impact everything from anxiety and fibromyalgia to creativity and even meditative insight.
Rob Price, a writer for Business Insider UK, decided to give float therapy – which he describes as, “A far-out procedure that’s part-physiotherapy, part-new age spirit journey, part-relaxation technique”— a try.
In the pods, he says, you can’t feel your body, or even the water surrounding you. Noise is kept to a minimum, leaving users with only the sounds of their heart beating and their breathing.