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The International Taekwon-Do Federation display fighting matches with some of their competitors that have a disability. It’s a powerful thing to see a man in a wheelchair, drop an able bodied man to the ground. I applaud them; however, I can’t help but feel a...

Last summer I traveled to the beautiful, hot and sunny, Los Angeles where I met many, many, inspiring people living with SCI's (spinal cord injuries).  I accompanied a client who is currently performing her rehab program with us at Aim2Walk, here in Toronto.  One of...

I’m sure many of you have heard this common phrase throughout your life and it holds a strong truth. When at rest the parasympathetic nervous system is working hard to help your body digest, reduce blood pressure, reduce heart rate and reduce muscle tension. This...

Davion Resal was injured in a serious work accident November 2013. He had damage to his spinal cord at the level of S1, and doctors told him he may never walk again. He began his journey of rehabilitation with us at Aim2Walk Spring of 2014,...

Winter is here, as we enjoy the cold weather outdoors shredding powder at the mountains, playing hockey at our homemade hockey rink, or taking a stroll outside.  For those who love the indoors, cozying up to a cup of hot chocolate by a fire place...

New year resolutions often have something to do with making healthier lifestyle choices, involving food. At this time of year, there seems to be more books, blogs and TV shows that discuss how to eat healthier, how to loose 10 Ibs or how to get...