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Maximum Health Wellness Centre
Summer Solstice Clinic
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), Trouble sleeping (insomnia), poor appetite, weight loss, agitated, anxiety low energy, problems with sleeping, changes in your appetite or weight, sluggish or agitated, difficulty concentrating, feeling hopeless, worthless or guilty.
Time & Location
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Maximum Health Wellness Centre, 213 19 St NW #4, Calgary, AB T2N 2H9, Canada
About The Event
Traditionally the Winter Solstice has been a time to honor darkness and to journey deep within to reflect, restore and nourish from the inside out. The Summer Solstice is a day that is to celibrate the greatest energy, prosperity, vitality and strength.
But some people experience symptoms as daylight hours get shorter or longer- usually in late fall and early winter but can also be experianced in early spring. Commonly refered to as seasonal affective disorder - SAD. The most common is the winter blues, a feeling of less positivity in the winter months, which dissipates when the winter season is over. Common signs yoru body is unable to ajust easily to the changing of the seasons are when symptoms arise every year at the changing of the seasons. Symptoms such as depressed most of the day, nearly every day, losing interest in activities you once enjoyed, low energy, problems with sleeping, changes in your appetite or weight, or agitated, difficulty concentrating, feeling hopeless, worthless or guilty feelings of hopelessness, sluggish lethargy and oversleeping, or unexlpained life patterns that recure every year.
Each Solstice and Equinox clinic focuses on realighning each person to the changes of the seasons. Each clinic will provide information regarding nutrition, herbs, and lifestyle suggestions as well individual NAET or NET treatments for the energeries of each season, light, dark, cold, heat, etc. In total there are 4 clinics each year to complete this series. Every year treatments will change with new additions added to continualy realign the body to the many aspects of the changing seasons.
Symptoms specific to winter-onset SAD, sometimes called winter depression, may include:
Appetite changes, especially a craving for foods high in carbohydrates
Tiredness or low energy
Symptoms specific to summer-onset seasonal affective disorder, sometimes called summer depression, may include:
Trouble sleeping (insomnia)
Agitation or anxiety
Spring Equinox Clinic Part 1
Summer Solstice Clinic Part 2
Fall Equinox Clinic Part 3
Winter Solstice Clinic Part 4
More information on NAET here.
Clinics Info: NAET clinics are powerfuly focused NAET sessions. Book your 10 min spot online. Please fill out the online informed consent form before you come. Each person will get a 10 min individual assesment and realignment. Then acupuncture points will be activated using acupressure or acu-laser with 20 min reast period where you can relax with friends, family or just relax. Herbal tea will be provided for either before or after your realignment to enjoy while waiting for friends and family or socializing with friends and family.
Summer Solstice Clinic