- BodyDevotion11528 Jasper Ave
Edmonton, Alberta T5K 0M8
TestimonialsIn May 2018 I was T-boned in a car accident after someone failed to yield. Even after spending a lot of money and time on chiropractic and massage therapy, (about 35+ sessions in total) I still had pain and discomfort in my neck and shoulder areas that would keep me... Read more »
I went on BodyDevotion’s Cleanse program last spring. I thought that at my age my body definitely needed a cleanse. I was amazed. I felt so good. I lost 15 pounds and most importantly I got off taking my high blood pressure pills. I did gain back over the year,... Read more »
I’ve seen Holly in the past for acupuncture for a dance injury, with a lot of success in repairing the issue with just one session. Most recently I’ve been seeing her for acupuncture for my TMJ. I’ve done 2 sessions so far one week apart and I see and feel... Read more »
Devotion to clients is the best service to give and receive. I can honestly say that the Body Devotion staff consistently provide their dedication and commitment to making me well again!
I would like to recognize:
Sonya, Client Care/Marketing Manager, made it possible to start treatments immediately for MVA injuries.... Read more »
I highly recommend Body Devotion!
I was once one of those people who got a massage when I hurt myself and when I started to feel better I would stop getting treatment. Then when I started to have chronic hip and osteoarthritis pain I started getting regular massage and cupping.... Read more »
What we have available:
Herbal Immune boosting, lung tonic and antiviral Inventory:
Astragalus Combination 1: 12 units @ 33$
Echinacea Mix : 12 units @ 33$
Cold remedy (Gan Mao sachets): 1 Unit @ $15.75
Dao Labs cold and allergy (15 pack of singles): 1 Unit @ $50.40
Gui Zhi Fu Ling Wan: 1 Unit @ $31.43
Cold relief Granules (single serving): 4 Units @ $2.10
Nin Jiom (cough syrup): 5 Units @ $15.75
Chai Hu Gui Zhi Tang 6 units @ $25.20
Phlegm Transforming 1 Unit @ $26.25
Xiao Chai Hu Tang 6 Units @ $47.25
Xiao Yao San 10 Units @ $36.15
Yin Qiao San 9 Units @ $10.50
L-Lysine Potentially 2 Units
Colloidal Silver none at this time.
Gan Mao Ling none at this time $27.30
Tea Tree (10ml) 3 units @ $9.98 Potentially +30 more.
Eucalyptus (10ml) 3 units @ $9.98 Potentially +30 more.
Peppermint (10ml) 4 units @ $9.98 Potentially +30 More.
Hand Sanitizer Potentially 60 units available
We are attempting to make these available to you as close to cost as possible. We are going to be able to include contactless drop off to deliver to your door in the local Edmonton area. For distance orders, shipping is not included.
To order or if you have further questions please contact us via email.
Thank you, and please take care of yourselves,
Brandy Buchanan R.Ac, Owner BodyDevotion.
Due to requirements by our governing bodies we have temporarily suspended services at the clinic.
Currently you will not be able to Schedule online until after the 8th of April.
We will be rescheduling all patients that were booked in March, tentatively in April.
Kindly let us know by email, should you need to reschedule.
This current situation is highly variable and we will continue to amend our policies as new information arises.
As such we are suspending all fees associated with last min changes or cancellation of appointments.
We will also be topping up our supply of antiviral and immune boosting herbal medicines which enhance overall immunity and making these as available as possible to our community.
For contactless drop off in the Edmonton area or to ship to you as needed please order by email at
Happy New Year Everyone 🙂 we know were late, but well.. we have been busy planning something special for you for 2020: Direct Billing !!! Yay!!!
We are so pleased to be able to finally be able to offer this service to all of our Clients, in fact it took us most of 2019 to set it all up and test it and make sure there were as few glitches as possible. And now we are ready!! We also have a few more announcements coming in 2020 so its going to be a big year for our little clinic.
A Special Thanks to Our Client Care Manager Sonya, Our Amazing team, and all of our valuable Patents old and new!! There is no greater compliment than sending us your loved ones, so special thanks to those clients that sent us their family or friends or took time to give us a review on line. Thank you, thank you, we couldn’t have got this far without you.
Now thats Devotion,
Yes, nutrition and exercise are paramount for a long, healthy life. But keeping your mind sharp is just as important. Whether you’re a senior looking to combat cognitive decline, a younger person who is trying to excel in your career, or someone who’s battling addiction, one of the best things you can do is find a new hobby. Learning new skills that exercise both your mind and body helps keeps you healthy, prolongs your life, and makes you more productive. Try one (or all) of these activities that can challenge you and bring joy to your life.
Learning a New Instrument
Being able to play a musical instrument is awesome for many reasons, but the journey of learning how to play is the real reward. Music training can improve long-term memory and brain development in younger people, and it can specifically benefit older people who may be experiencing slower reaction times as they age. Learning an instrument is a rich, multi-sensory experience that involves hearing, touch, vision, and fine motor skills.
Starting to play an instrument in your later years doesn’t have to be as hard as you may think. In fact, life experience is a great advantage. Listening to a wide array of music over a lifetime can give you perspective, along with an understanding of musical structures (even if it’s a subconscious understanding). Also, you’ve likely acquired the discipline and focus to practice, and the training can relieve stress—which adults will appreciate more so than kids. Plus, you’re choosing to play your instrument instead of being made to. Read this article for more information on why adults should take up a musical instrument.
Arts & Crafts
Another great skill for seniors and younger people to learn is how to create arts and crafts. While it’s a fun way to stimulate the brain, creating something that you can see and touch can be cathartic as well. Whether it’s drawing, painting, pottery, crocheting, bookbinding or the like, arts and crafts are beneficial—no matter if they are done as an individual or in a group. It’s great for people of all ages, but it’s particularly beneficial for retirees who are looking to add a meaningful activity to their lives and keep their minds sharp.
Dancing is one of the most fun and overall healthy activities that anyone can do. For kids, it’s a great alternative to team sports that provides a way for them to channel their endless energy, while also offering many other physical, mental, social, and educational benefits. Physical benefits for seniors include better muscle function, balance, flexibility, and stability—all of which can help prevent injuries. Dancing can also improve cognitive function, fight off dementia, promote emotional health, and improve your sense of well-being.
Hobbies like dancing are particularly effective for older adults who are recovering from addiction. The movements are an entertaining yet powerful way to articulate thoughts and emotions that are difficult to express through words or other communication methods.
Adding a new and challenging hobby to your exercise and nutrition routine can improve your mental and emotional health in countless ways. Why not try learning an instrument, creating arts or crafts, or dancing? At the very least, you will have tried something new and added a little adventure to your day.
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We’d like to give a Big Thanks to Karen Weeks of elderwellness.net for providing us with this article.