Seed or the Soil? Massage
Imagine the freedom of learning that every effect has a cause!
We take this idea for granted, but this was not always the case. In times past many
believed that poor health came as punishment from the “gods,” the result of poor Special!
“humors,” the “evil eye” or just bad luck. It’s difficult to keep and maintain one’s health
if you don’t know what causes poor health. Today we know better. As more and more
people realize that the presence of germs doesn’t automatically manifest in a disease, $10 off one hour
it causes us to rethink the real cause of the cause. massage for the
month of September!
We see disease and poor health from a slightly different perspective. Germs are a lot
like grass seed. They have the potential to germinate and become a healthy green
lawn, but only if the circumstances are just right. If you’ve ever tried to start a lawn from
scratch, you know it takes some effort.
While grass seed needs the proper temperature, moisture, sunlight and soil conditions,
all germs need is a lowered resistance due to physical, chemical or emotional stress. In
fact, next time you get a cold, take an inventory of the one or more physical, chemical
or emotional stresses that you experienced in the days just prior to your cold.
Taking this a step father, we could then say that believing we “caught a cold” from
someone is a way to not take responsibility for our own health. We are constantly
exposed to different viruses and bacteria and if we are managing the chemical, Class
emotional and physical stress that we are exposed to we simply will not have an
environment in our body where flu and cold viruses can duplicate.
Join Dr. Jackie Fairbourn to
learn how to tap into your
When your adaptive capacity is reduced by subluxations (spinal misalignments), even
body’s natural ability to
the mildest stress can exhaust your reserves, creating the perfect environment for a
host of diseases, aches and pains. One of the best ways to enjoy good health is to be heal.
checked regularly by your Chiropractor for subluxation and make sure your ability to
You will also learn how to
adapt to stress is at full capacity.
increase your resistance to
chemical, physical and emo-
Here are some tips to increase your ability to adapt to stress:
tional stress. Dr. Fairbourn
1) Drink water! 8 cups a day (we all know that!) and an extra cup for every drink
will be doing an NET demo.
that has caffeine or alcohol. Drink an electrolyte drink such as coconut water
(a natural electrolyte drink) when you exercise and when it’s hot out)
2) Rest! Make sure you are getting enough sleep at night and taking some rests
This class is open to all
during the day to relax.
patients, friends and family.
3) If you feel emotional stress is hard to handle on your own, try an NET (Neuro
Emotional Technique) session, Lifeline or get tested for homeopathy and nutrition
to give you some extra support to manage your stress
I encourage people to maintain regular chiropractic check ups to help keep you
Time: 7:15 – 8:00pm
functioning at your best. I also recommend coming in for a treatment if you have a
cold or flu. Some patients are concerned that I may “catch the cold”. Although that is
Fee: no charge
very thoughtful, it’s not a concern to me as I don’t believe I will catch anything when
I’m keeping my resistance up. So don’t worry! You can still come in when you’re sick!
Please call 403-245-1080 to
I have found that about 90% of the time when I treat someone with a cold there is an
register as space is limited
emotional component to the reason why their resistance was down. This means that
NET is a very effective in helping you bring your resistance back up.
Dr. Jackie Fairbourn