Newsletter – January 2023


We wish you an inspiring and, above all, healthy year!

No matter the season, we encourage you to activate your well-being and inspire healthy habits, so you can be well.

Défi Écolo Vert
We continue the movement in 2023!

Last year, we launched the "Défi Écolo Vert" challenge with the goal of bringing about a change and inspiring businesses in the region (and elsewhere in Quebec) to adopt environmentally responsible practices to promote sustainable development in the workplace.

For 2023, we have decided to improve one of our many initiatives! As a team, we are challenging ourselves to replace at least 1,500 kilometers, usually driven by car, with an active mean of transportation (be it walking, biking, scootering, etc.)

And it's all in an effort to decrease our greenhouse gas emissions, mainly caused by transportation to our clinic.

So, are you joining the challenge with us?

Ekinox Bootcamp
Winter Session 2023

Sweat and fun are guaranteed!

Come and exceed your limits in a complete, effective and fun workout supervised by Amélie Poirier, kinesiologist!

Session: January 30 to April 3, 2023
Schedule: Mondays at 7 p.m.
Price: $150 plus tax
*A minimum of 3 participants is required to run the class.


Be well, even in winter!

Running in winter: the basics!

How to demystify running in winter? There are many things to consider.

Find tips from Marie-Andrée Dufour, physiotherapist, concerning clothing, warm-up and especially, the keys to avoid injuries.

So, let's get started!


Shovelling snow

Shovelling snow can be a very beneficial activity, but it can also cause a lot of pain when the movement is not executed properly. What to do if you unfortunately get injured?

Angela shares some physio tips to take it easy on your back and what to do if you get injured!


Learn more about flexibility!

Our bodies are made to move in many directions and in many different ways. One of the factors that affects our movement is flexibility. It's the ability of a muscle to stretch without injury to generate range of motion around a joint.

The second concept that affects movement, which is less known, is mobility. Often, these two concepts can be confused, but mobility is different from flexibility because it relates to movements between two bony structures in a joint.

Therefore, flexibility (muscular aspect) and mobility (bony aspect) unite their capacities in order to generate movement!

Amélie Poirier, kinesiologist, presents a 14-minute sequence that will allow you to explore movement in many ways. Don't hesitate to book an appointment to learn more about your flexibility and mobility!

Testimonials of our clients

« If you have any shoulder issue, you have to see Aditi. She really masters her profession. Very highly recommend. » 

 Mr. Philip G. via our Google page

« Super friendly and courteous reception staff, special shout out to Danika! Walked in on Tuesday afternoon with 0 mobility and intense pain in my right shoulder, had a deep tissue massage with Danny, followed up with a physio session with Aditi on Thursday morning. As I am writing this, I have regained about 25% mobility in my shoulder, but more importantly, the pain level has dropped from intense level to a nagging pain! Highly recommend them to anyone! »

Mr. Derek K. via our Google page


Stay inspired!

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