Documentaries

Bridging the Gap

In this film Christine teaches youth and seniors to work together, hand in hand and learn to rub each other the right way. These massage teams are featured at special events like the B.C. Seniors Games (2011), to high school…

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Chopping with the Mitchell Brothers

At two years old, Mitchell Erikson is arguably the world’s youngest axeman. This funny and entertaining film highlights the Kaslo May Days Logger Sports with it’s three stars, the Mitchell Brothers, Jacob, Matti, and Mitchell. Running Time – 09:23 Download…

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Keep Moving Forward

Molly Hale and Mary-Jo Fetterly are featured in this short documentary clip of two women living with spinal injuries. Facing limited resources in the public health system, they are setting a new standard for spinal healing. Running time – 03:19…

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Massaging Mary

This film shows how the power of touch makes a difference for those with ALS. Massaging Mary shows a village of people dedicated to helping Mary live pain free and with a good quality of life. The powerful communication of…

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Mountain Massage – In Progress

Whether on the top of a mountain, hanging off a mountain, careening down a mountain, climbing up a mountain, paddling around a mountain, or biking across a mountain, Mountain Massage rocks! Christine shows how to cure backpackers’ aches and pains…

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Mountains To Climb

Mary-Jo Fetterly returns to the majestic Kootenay region where her accident happened, both reflecting and looking forward. (documentary) Price: $6.00

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Musical Massage

Christine worked with Loreena McKennitt’s Book Of Secrets tour (1998) and Ancient Muse tour (2007), demonstrating musical massage for Caroline Lavelle (cello), principal performer Loreena McKennitt, Jonathan Sellers (rigger) and Hugh Marsh (violin) working on the road. Video coming soon.

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Nelson Rotary 2002

Nelson’s visual invitation for Rotary Convention 2002, hosted by Mike Berg, District Governor. Created in memorium for Christine’s father, Bill Sutherland , past president of Rotary, who loved Nelson. Video coming soon.

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Rinpoche Rub

Christine explores the mystical world of meditation, and rubs the Rinpoche the right way. Trailer coming soon. Running time – 04:10 Download coming soon.

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Ripple Effect

The Ripple Effect is a film concerned with the preservation of one of the only fresh water reserves, and its beaver inhabitants, on the Gulf Island of Galiano, British Columbia. Running Time – 5 minutes Download coming soon.

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Stand Because You Can

Mary-Jo Fetterly suffered a spinal injury while skiing in the Kootenay mountains. Formerly a Yoga instructor, she decided to continue teaching yoga from her wheelchair, challenging the limits imposed by conventional expectation. Her family and friends share in her passionate…

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Straight Lines Don’t Cut it

Galiano Island environmentalist and herbalist, Dora Fitzgerald ‘Grey Panther’, is featured in this philosophical, biographical documentary. It tells her healing story of using the islands indigenous plants, from stinging nettle (for her pestos), to dried herbs (for her asthmatic conditions)….

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