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...

Discussing Community with Mr. Martin Luther King III

“It takes a few good human beings to bring about change”. – Mr. Martin Luther King III The study and practice of yoga has taken me beyond the mat, and to have interest in service, peace, and compassion.  One of my involvements is with Compassionate York Region (CYR). This organization began in Richmond Hill by a […]
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Finding Inspiration in Frida Kahlo's Story, My visit to Mexico City included visiting Frida's Kahlo Museum.

My Emotional Visit to Frida Kahlo’s Museum in Mexico City

Finding Inspiration in Frida Kahlo’s Story In January 2024, I traveled to Mexico for my son’s wedding. I should really say two weddings. There was one in the Church, and then the next was on an incredible beach in Playa del Carmen. My son married a girl who is from Mexico City. They met at […]
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New Year, New Outlook by Heather Skoll celebrating post knee surgery too

2024 Post Surgery Knee Update

If you have been following my journey, you know that I had a right knee replacement in September 2022.  After 17 months, I had a follow-up with my orthopedic surgeon. The appointment consisted of the surgeon examining the latest x-ray and seeing that the prosthetic was in place. He felt around the knee. He watched […]
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