Movement for
Everyday Resilience

MER (Movement for Everyday Resilience) is a free virtual webinar event series created by Heather Skoll. Heather has created this series for those with vibrant energy, yet struggle with limitations; physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually. In this series, Heather Skoll & her guest wellness experts share solutions to help you build everyday resilience and enrich your life.

Our Next Guest:

Julie Tibbles

About Julie Tibbles, Certified RHN and Registered Bioenergetic Practitioner

Julie studied Holistic Nutrition (RHN) at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition before becoming a Registered Bioenergetic Practitioner (R.BIE) at the Institute of Natural Health Technologies. With over 8 years working as an alternative healthcare practitioner, her knowledge and tools she tests, calibrates, and adjusts to find the answers we need to get your body back on track. Some of her drug-free, natural approaches include:

  • Bioenergetics
  • Bioscan Stress Reduction Therapy (SRT)
  • The Emotion Code
  • AO Scan
  • Natural Supplements, Herbs and simple dietary changes

Past MER Events...

Humbling lessons after knee surgery

What Knee Surgery taught me as an Entrepreneur 

Relearning to walk post-knee replacement surgery was very humbling. One of the biggest lessons was, even if I thought I was not making progress, I had to keep going.  I kept going for physiotherapy, I kept doing the prescribed exercises.I kept enduring the extreme pain under my kneecap. I kept surviving. I kept improving.  Until…I could finally walk …

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Celebrate Your Wins

Celebrate your wins

I am writing this nearly 5 months post knee replacement surgery of my right knee. I have come a long way from initially not feeling my right foot, which was quite surprising. My brain was disconnected from my body. I had to relearn how to walk. It all felt very scary. For most of those …

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How far do I push myself?

How Far Should You Go?

How far should you push yourself? I am nearly 5 months post-knee surgery. The pain level in my kneecap is down from a 10 to a 2. I can walk more comfortably and I am stable on my leg.  The ankle of my surgery leg was experiencing more pain as I tried to walk downstairs. …

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