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Wellness = Water

March 25, 2020

Wellness = Water

 

Water is the therapy.

 

We are made of water and so is our planet. Around 70 percent or more. Water is our lifeblood, and shifting our relationship to it is our access to wellness. Believe it or not, there are many aspects of water that science cannot yet explain...

 

Why are we drawn to paddling and spending time on, in or around water? Intuitively, we know (even subconsciously) that we feel good around water. Simply said, it's good for us and our health. Digging deeper, each one of our cells is made up of about 70% water. Our blood is simply a biological medium, based in water. In Dr. Thomas Cowan's book, Cancer and the New Biology of Water, he explains his theory that the root cause of much illness, specifically cancer, is metabolic dysfunction that deteriorates the structured water that forms the basis of cytoplasmic—and therefore, cellular—health. It is very fascinating to explore the very core of what may be happening at that level. 

 

From the Eyes of a Kayak

 

Watch our founder and managing director, Nolin Veillard give a talk on Blue Friday - From the Eyes of a Kayak. In this talk, Nolin explores a paradigm shift in how we think about wellness and the power of water.

 

 

At TRAK, we have been building an ecosystem to help aspiring paddlers and kayakers get on the water, with competence and confidence. We invite you to go beyond the boat...

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