Toronto, ON (October 20, 2015) - Top Toronto sports and rehabilitation expert, Dr. Sapna Sriram announces the opening of her new clinic Integra Health Centre, Toronto's most comprehensive corporate boutique health clinic located in downtown Toronto's financial district. This unique one stop health service clinic offers patients a variety of services ranging from family medicine to sports medicine to cosmetic medicine to chiropractic, naturopathy and much more.
Having established herself as a leader in the sports medicine industry, Dr. Sapna's clinic Integra Health Centre integrates her 15+ years of experience to cater to the needs of Toronto urban and business communities all under one roof.
"Integra Health is not your typical doctor's office, we are a new boutique health clinic and we are reinventing how we take on your health." says Dr. Sapna, Sports and Rehabilitation expert. "Our goal is to cultivate an environment where patients can benefit from a variety of services at one convenient location using an integrative team based approach with top rated professionals. We have put together a team of industry professionals that will ensure our patients receive the best treatments and rediscover a healthier life"
Spanning 5000 square feet, the space boasts 18 treatment rooms, a rehab room, a comfortable private lounge, and presentation room. Integra Health offers the most comprehensive services under one roof, with top rated practitioners and top of the line state of the art technology and services.
 For more information about Integra Health Centre, please visit www.integrahealthcentre.com
About Dr. Sapna
Dr.Sapna, DC, R.Ac, Dip. Med. Ac, CSCS, ART®, FMS/SFMA, MBA is a Toronto born sports and rehabilitation expert. Graduating from McMaster University with an Honours Bachelor of Science in 2003 and a degree from the Canadian Memorial Chiropractic College in 2007 (where she graduated cum laude), Dr.Sapna also holds a Masters of Business Administration specializing in health industry management from the Schulich School of Business at York University in Toronto. 
Dr. Sapna also holds a certificate in Contemporary Medical Acupuncture (Dip. Med.Ap) from McMaster University, a certified Active Release Techniques Provider, ART®, a Strength & Conditioning Specialist from  the National Strength and Conditioning Association and is also a certified personal trainer.  Dr. Sapna also holds dual licenses from both the College of Chiropractors of Ontario and The College of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practitioners and Acupuncturists of Ontario.  For more information, please visit www.DrSapna.com
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Float Stress Relief and Wellness Centre

Last weekend I had the wonderful opportunity to go float at the Float Stress Relief and Wellness Centre 3477 Yonge St, Toronto, ON M4N 2M2. My friend and photographer extrodinary Ajani Charles has been talking about it for months so I had to try it for myself. He kindly invited me to go. Upon arrival I loved the calm atmosphere. The owner was very knowledgable and friendly  and talked me through the whole process. He even offered me tea. 10/10 for welcoming atmosphere and knowledge about the idea of floating for stress relief.

The multi-purpose facility features float rooms, which measure 8 ft long x 4 feet wide x 8 ft tall, registered massage therapy and naturopathic doctor services. Each room offered a beautifully laid out area with a shower, towels I even got to choose the nature sound I wanted to float off into relaxation and meditative space. I think its great to be able to choose because what I may find calm and soothing someone else may hate. I also loved that it was an enclosed tank. I wouldn't recommend this if you were clostrophobic. Although you always have the option to leave your door open. The talk starts off with a light that slowly softens and eases you into a good darkness. There were times when I was floating that I fell asleep and when I woke up I would be on the complete opposite side of the tank. Speaking of tanks the tanks are filled with pounds and pounds of epsom salts. So much so that you just float in them. The salts help extract toxins from your body, exfoliate your skin and tons of other good things for you. The water contains close to 1000 lbs. of medical grade Epsom salt (magnesium sulphate), giving the water a relative density of 1.25 (regular water is 1.0, so it’s 25% denser than regular water). But what is the best part of this experience is the pure stress relief that you get from relaxation caused by floating. I have been in the dead sea but in now way was it relaxing with the bright light, heat and other visitors.

Thank you so much for the great experience and I definitely will be implementing floating into my regular Train It Right routine.

They can be found: https://www.facebook.com/comefloat and http://www.comefloat.com

Check out the pictures of my experience below. All photos by: Ajani Charles




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