Surviving the concrete jungle /

Surviving the Concrete Jungle. 

 

You are a professional that goes into battle every day in the concrete jungle.
 
You have meetings, deadlines and people to manage. At times you are anchored to the chair, and your desk becomes your second home. Neck pain, tension headaches, tight shoulders show up with niggles in the low back.
As your workload and responsibilities build up and as time goes by you start to experience bloating or reflux and hormonal issues.
 
You want to start a family with you partner one day, and looking to get your health back on track, but not sure of the next logical step.

To ease your mind. You have found the right place.

GOALS – Less tension, more energy, better balance
 

Wild Births

You’re a pregnant mother looking for a safe space to feel supported through your pregnancy journey. You might be looking for a place for you and your baby to feel empowered, nurtured and heard in your decisions and goals for your upcoming birth.

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Wildlings

All bubs deserved the best start in life to grow and develop optimally. We see many families and are experienced in providing gentle Chiropractic care for children of all ages.

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Weekday warrior

Your body is not functioning, performing and recovering the way it used to. You have been carrying injuries for while now and they are affecting progress in your training, stopping you from getting stronger and can even make days at work uncomfortable.

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