Every week we feature a good human from TWIC. This week’s member highlight is Christine MacSween … Christine is a physical therapist who specializes in chronic pain, pelvic health and infant physiotherapy. She is an artist and poet, and a patient, wise, and supportive teacher. I speak to this personally as a student of hers … and I am NOT a model student in many ways 🙂 .. so lots of credit to her and her teaching partner and friend, Stephanie Nosco. I love this passage from a note on Christine’s website, “Whether it is online business, the body and the pelvic diaphragm (pelvic floor), or my writings on the hidden landscapes of grief, my work tends to be in the darkness. Sometimes, I help the invisible to become visible.” Christine believes that as she makes room for creativity in all its forms, the better therapist she is … how beautiful is that?! Her wide scope of experience, passion, and creativity influences all she does and how she shows up for herself and others. It’s a gift to have crossed paths with Christine in this wild world and I hope that you enjoy our interview.
Click HERE to read our full interview in The Wellness Intelligence Collective
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