Shealan Anderson, Physiotherapist and Acutonics Practitioner
Shealan Anderson is a Registered Physiotherapist with the CPTBC (College of Physiotherapists of BC) and a Level 4 Acutonics Practitioner.
Shealan was introduced to physiotherapy from a young age as a competitive athlete. She had the pleasure of working with a rehab practitioner that opened her eyes to hands on techniques to relieve pain and restore balanced functional movement. Being an athlete with recurring injuries and growing up with chronic health conditions, she took an interested in the healing arts. This led her towards the ever continuing search for knowledge of how to heal herself and those around her. These interests first took Shealan to Manchester UK where she graduated with a BSc (Hons) physiotherapy in 2009. After working in the hospital sector for 2 years her interest in alternative practices grew, and soon started exploring the energy world. She started by taking healing touch and becoming a reiki master.
She settled into private physiotherapy practice for the following 5 years. During this time she delved deeply into the neurological system, human movement, primal movement patterns and women health. She slowly started to master the craft of assessing the whole body and not focusing solely on the complaint or point of pain. Over the years she started to see more and more that physical rehab is only a small portion to regaining a full recovery. Two years ago Shealan was looking into starting an acupuncture degree but was not fully resonating with the idea. She wanted something that would encompass the body, mind, spirit and energy. A way to look at injury, imbalance and illness in a new way. She was fortunate enough to come into contact with the system of Acutonics integrated medicine. This school of thought presented a way to meld spirit and science, energy and the physical, past and present. She has taken the first 4 courses and finds it invaluable to her practice.
Shealan recently moved to Nelson after a 7 month trip through the states in her newly converted mobile tiny home. As it has been pinned; fast house, slow van. She loves moving to new communities, meeting new people and the growth that comes with change. She is a firm believer that she cannot help anyone that is not ready to help themselves. She loves working in partnership with others, teaching, listening and learning from each encounter. Shealan is looking forward to offering her practice to the community; working with people, their vibration, body, meridians and the music of the spheres.
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