Scoliosis didn’t stop Christopher – Grad Time!

Scoliosis didn't stop Christopher

This is a very exciting week for me.

I have a date with an 18-year-old. Christopher is a patient of mine who has rotatory scoliosis. I have been working with him since 2013, and he has invited me to his high school graduation.

This young man is so inspiring to me. The cards he was dealt with his physical health issues were so challenging. It is truly amazing how far he has come over the last year-and-a-half. It is so rewarding to see that he is now looking ahead to his future with excitement instead of fear. He is even training to become a Fluid Isometrics Block Therapy instructor.
I feel so grateful to be able to be there as he celebrates the end of one chapter of his life, knowing that I will be there as he enters the next.

This week I will also be teaching a group of massage therapists and estheticians at Giselle’s Professional Skin Care spa how to give natural facelifts. Thanks to Diane Sidebottom for recognizing the opportunity to integrate Fluid isometrics and Block Therapy into her business.

Block Therapy instructor training has begun and I am thrilled with the turnout. Get ready Winnipeg, there is a group of exceptional people that will be ready in the near future to assist you on your journey to better health!

Breathe & Believe.

Deanna Hansen

 Watch Christopher’s journey with Rotatory Scoliosis


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