As a peaceful warrior, I would choose when, where and how I would behave.
With that commitment, I began to live the life of a warrior.
~Dan Millman

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Gift of Wellness

Give the Gift of Wellness!

Nutritional Wellness Analysis - $99

Included in Analysis:
  • 20 Minute Online Consultation w/Nutritionist
  • Blood Nutrition Review & Analysis
  • Nutrition & Lifestyle Recommendations
Comprehensive Wellness Profile - full metabolic panel! Includes:
  • Lipid Profile
  • CBC
  • Thyroid w/TSH
  • Minerals & Bone
  • Fluid & Electrolytes
  • Glucose
  • Kidney panel
  • Liver panel
An annual check-in of your health is a gift to yourself
and your loved ones!

Janelle Deeds, NC

Order your lab work here ($59), must be ordered by 12/31/12
Call today to schedule your tele-consult appt ($40)! must be used by 3/31/13
Note: If you are in town, your consult can be in-office ;)

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Wellness on the Divide!

Canyon Natural Health
2968 Highway 49, Suite B
Cool, CA 95614

September Wellness Special:
Nutrition Analysis
45 minute Session $50

Special pricing -  Wellness On the Divide!

  1. Health history review
  2. Diet & Lifestyle assessment
  3. Electro - Interstitial Scan*
  4. Summary of findings and recommendations

Important health & wellness considerations:
  • healthy digestion
  • hydration & electrolytes (mineral balance)
  • hormone levels (insulin, coritsol, testosterone, estrogen, thyroid, etc)
  • fat metabolism

*Holistic Full Body Scan
Electro Interstitial Scan (EIS) is an amazing technology. 
The EIS System is a new, scientifically validated, total body health scanning device that allows you to, quickly and non-invasively, estimate the health status of the major organs of the body helping practitioners to make better decisions as regards client treatment. The Electro Interstitial Scan system (bio-feedback) is a hugely valuable, affordable tool for practitioners giving clients a very good overview of their current health status. It computes the data from the non invasive 3 minute body scan.

Newsclip on the EIS System

Sunday, December 18, 2011

Ups and downs ~Life's Joy Ride!

Emotions are always high during the holidays. We feel elated, depressed, stressed, joyful. Which one is the one though, that you share with your neighbor, your workout partner, your kids, the love of your life?

Start telling a better-feeling story about the things that are important to you. And don't be fooled...take a moment to really consider what is important. The line at the market check out? A cookie that you feel guilty about? A missed workout? Talking to long distance relatives? Volunteering in the soup kitchen? An anonymous gift? Knowing the hearts of your children?

Do not write your story like a factual documentary, weighing all the pros and cons of your experience. Honestly, how long did you go on about how long it took to park at the mall? Your online ordering experience? The politics of today's water cooler chat? Um, needless FB viewing? Instead tell the uplifting, fanciful, magical story of the wonder of your own life and watch what happens. It will feel like your life begins to transform right before yours eyes, but it is not by magic. It is by the power of intention, creation and your perspective and deliberate alignment with your spirit. If you aren't paying attention to the joyful moments in your life, who is?

You don't have to feel good every single moment, that would not be real. You can feel better in those moments though. Sad news from a friend, listen to an uplifting song. Tough day at the office, dedicate your workout to someone that you could be a little more understanding of. Feeling lonely or missing a loved one, pour a glass of sparkling cider and honor their memory by sharing stories of the past.

Here's to finding your joy whether up or down ~jgirl

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

"We act, behave and feel according to what we consider our SELF IMAGE to be and 
we do not deviate from this pattern."  ~Dr. Maxwell Maltz

Thursday, December 08, 2011

This time of year always finds us with emotions high, stress in abundance and the pressure to deliver unrealistic. Time for reflection, enjoyment and gratitude can be lost in the holiday shuffle. Treat yourself to a moment, close your eyes and imagine a time in your life when you felt anything was possible and wishing was like that feeling of riding your bicycle full speed ahead, confidently. Wind in your hair...ultimate freedom to fly!

There really is magic in the season but the real secret is that it lasts all year long. God chose his son to show us the way home. What a gift! Don't get lost in the matrix, follow your heart.

Love transcends all!

A Magical Mind

When we wish for something our consciousness opens to receiving it like a flower unfolding its petals to receive a bee. 

From blowing dandelion seeds into the air to throwing a penny into a fountain, we have all felt inspired to make a wish, to whisper our secret desires into the ears of the universe and wait for signs that we have been heard. Some wishes come true while others remain ethereal visions that either stay with us or fade like a star in the light of morning. Whether they come true or not, wishes are important missives, expressing our heart's desire as well as our intention to create something new in our lives. When we wish for something, our consciousness opens to receiving it, like a flower unfolding its petals to receive a bee.

There is something innocent and magical about making a wish, something that recalls the energy of childhood. Wishing is not about formulating a plan and following it step by step to attain a goal, which is the realm of adulthood. Wishing is more like a playful volley across the universe, an invitation to play. Waiting for the response is an integral part of the process. Wishing inspires an innocent opening to the possibility of magic as we wait to see if the invisible realm will bring our wish to life. This opening is a beautiful gesture in and of itself, regardless of the outcome. We place ourselves in a magical mind, and this mind is arguably as wonderful as the fulfillment of our wish itself.

In our straightforward, action-oriented society, we may tend to dismiss the power of this seemingly passive process, yet the power of a wish is well known, hence the cautionary phrase, "Be careful what you wish for." If you have given up wishing in favor of more adult pursuits, you might want to bring its magic back into your life. The next time you see the first star of the evening, or find yourself in front of a birthday cake covered in flaming candles, give yourself the gift of the magical realm that you knew so well as a child—close your eyes, open your mind, and make your wish.

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Internal Chatter
Being Aware of Your Thoughts


We seldom accept negative comments from others, however, we so often accept our own inner negative chatter.

Few people enjoy the company of individuals whose attitudes are persistently negative. Yet many of us tolerate the critical chatter that can originate within our own minds. Since we are so used to the stream of self-limiting, critical consciousness that winds its way through our thoughts, we are often unaware of the impact these musings have on our lives. It is only when we become aware of the power of such thoughts that we can divest ourselves of them and fill the emptiness they leave with loving, peaceful affirmations. Many people, upon paying careful attention to their thinking patterns, are surprised at the negativity they find there. But when we take notice of involuntary thoughts in a nonjudgmental way, we initiate a healing process that will eventually allow us to replace intimidating and upsetting self-talk with positive, empowering thoughts.

While the occasional downbeat or judgmental thought may have little impact on your contentment, the ongoing negativity that passes unnoticed can have a dampening effect on your mood and your outlook. When you are aware of the tone of your thoughts, however, you can challenge them. Try to be conscious of your feelings, opinions, and judgments for a single day. From sunup to sundown, scrutinize the messages you are feeding into your subconscious mind. Consider your thoughts from the perspective of an observer and try not to judge yourself based on the notions that come unbidden into your mind. Simply watch the flow of your consciousness and make a note of the number of times you find yourself focusing on gloomy notions or indulging in self-directed criticism.

As you become increasingly aware of your patterns of thought, whether positive and negative, you will gradually learn to control the character of your stream of consciousness. Endeavor always to remember that the images and ideas that pass through your mind are transient and not a true representation of who you are. In training yourself to be cognizant of your thoughts, you gain the ability to actively change your mood. The awareness you cultivate within yourself will eventually enable you to create a foundation from which you can build a more authentic existence. 

Take action on today's OM. Make awareness the key and decide what to do with the information that you have gathered later. ~jgirl