Get your tickets!!! Join us for an afternoon to connect, commune and embark on your path to self love and care. The Curvy Curly Conscious Experience focuses on promoting self love, personal development, meditation, physical wellness, with the ultimate goal of providing women with the tools and resources to live a more elevated life….as I always say “healthy living is a RIGHT not a privilege”
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On December 2nd, 2017 I was so humbled to receive the 2017 Patient Care Award by the Ontario Chiropractic Association. To be awarded by my patients was, to date, the highlight of my career. I am so blessed to do what I love, awards like this, are just the icing on the cake 🙂
My latest article for The Toronto Guardian, talks about the new crop of injuries plaguing my chiropractic office, all due to our obsession with our devices. As you stare at your laptop or smartphone to read this article, you may be increasing for your risk for Text Neck, Screen Fatigue or more!! Give it a read and find out https://torontoguardian.com/2017/11/toronto-chiropractor-text-neck/
I had the pleasure of writing an article for Auburn Lane discussing how you can avoid some of the common injuries associated with wearing heels. Please check it out at https://www.auburnlane.com/2017/11/15/love-your-heels-dr-nekessa-remy-tells-us-how-to-avoid-the-most-common-injuries/
On a cold day in early January I attended a photo shoot with an amazing group of black women. At the time I wasn’t quite sure what was going on, but the beauty, the community and the fun, made getting dressed up on a sunday morning, worthwhile. It was after the photo shoot, that I realized what our host, the talented Ms. Emily Mills, was aiming for. She wanted to bring together 150 black women for a massive photo shoot in Toronto that not only captured the women but their “range of professions, life experiences and perspectives.” Who knew that HERSstory would turn into a national celebration that showcased 150 fabulous black women doing amazing things in this city. How lucky was I to be a part of it all.
I have had a lot of success in my career but being a pat of this event and this movement has certainly been a highlight.
Please check out the full feature at http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toronto/herstory-emily-mills-1.3991337