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Four Ways to Make Storing Holiday Lights and Seasonal Decorations a Snap — Nuvo Garage

Storing and retrieving seasonal decoration doesn’t have to be a dreaded chore. Relatively inexpensive specialized storage containers make storing and retrieving artificial trees, holiday lights, ornaments and wrapping paper simpler. However, what is the best way to store holiday décor odds and ends for which specialized containers are not available?

Five Tips for Storing Hockey Gear and Winter Sports Equipment in Your Garage — Nuvo Garage

Even with limited space in your garage, you can maximize available storage for hockey equipment and other winter sports equipment. First, assess your family’s storage needs for sporting gear. Need help creating a system and layout which maximizes storage in your garage while still allowing you to park your vehicles inside during the brutal Canadian winter? Read on…

Strengthen and Protect Knee Joints with Tai Chi – Ji Hong Tai Chi Mississauga

When executed correctly, gentle, weight-bearing movements like sitting, squatting and bending will stretch and strengthen thigh muscles, which support the knees. Movement increases synovial fluid in the joints, nourishing and lubricating them. The joints become more slippery and move more easily. Tai chi, with its gentle, flowing, low-impact movements—can be an essential component in a fitness regimen designed to keep knees healthy and pain-free with a full range of motion.

WORLD SPINE DAY 2016 – “Straighten Up and Move”

October 16, Sunday 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm
Location: 5359 Timberlea Blvd. Unit 25, Mississauga, Ontario

We will be holding a special class to show proper posture and alignment, followed by exercises compiled from Tai Chi and Qi Gong movements that focus on the spine.

This event is FREE and ALL are welcome.

Do Not Push the River: The Benefit of Practicing Non-Attachment – Family Counselling

What is non-attachment? Simply the recognition of the impermanence of all things.

There is no permanence in life.
All things exist within their own unique life cycle. Animals, particularly our pets, not only teach us to open our hearts, but can also guide us to make an ally of death. Their lives are shorter than ours and, consequently, we witness their natural progress through old age and death. Yet they leave us better for our relationship with them. We welcome them knowing that we will inevitably be parted yet nonetheless made better — more open-hearted and connected with life — for the joy and companionship they bring us.