Take care of yourself with CDN’s specialists

Published on: 26 February 2020 | Category: Lifestyle

Winter is a robust season. It invites us to stay at home and take time to enjoy a slower way of life. With all the snow storms brought by Mother Nature, you no longer have to feel guilty for being staying cozy at home! This season requires us to spend more time with ourselves, recharge our batteries in order to start spring with renewed energy.

Self-care: taking care of yourself

This concept is now common usage: it is self-care. Acting as a response to the hectic lifestyle that we almost all lead, self-care comes in various methods that help you take care of yourself. For some, it’s about making an honest assessment of their professional and personal life. For others, a visit to the massage salon, re-decorating their apartment, or healing traumas from the past. Whatever the activity that’s chosen, self-care puts us at the center of our priorities. Although this work is done on your own, it can be useful to have a follow-up on what we want to get from our self-care sessions.

Teaming up with specialists

For psychotherapeutic or psychological follow-ups, we can consult one of the many specialists in the Côte-des-Neiges sector, like the psychologists Feltham & Janveau. For physical well-being, we can consult acupuncturists – we’re thinking of Elisabeth Béziau, acupuncturist, as well as physiotherapy specialists such as the physiotherapy clinic or Concordia Physio Sport, to name a few. The Zento Massotherapy salon is the perfect place to receive you a well-deserved moment of peace. Other health specialists are also well established in the territory of the SDC, such as the National Institute of Music Therapy, the gynecology clinics of Dr. Sophia Tchervenkov and Dr. Shérif Shams. For beauty treatments that will most definitely cheer you up, we head to the salons of Jérôme B or the Ayad salon.

Whatever care you need, there is no shortage of specialists to support you in Côte-des-Neiges!

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