Stretch & Yoga with the Rope Wall
with Martha Carter at the Studio in the Woods
Comox, Vancouver Island
3 Saturdays: March 25, April 1, April 8, 2017
More details here.

Yoga, Scoliosis & the Nervous System
with Deborah Wolk on Salt Spring Island
July 7-10, 2017
More details here.

Yoga for Scoliosis in NANAIMO, Parts 1 & 2
with Elise Browning Miller
September 14-17, 2017
More details here.


with Martha Carter and TOPS associates

For WINTER 2017, TOPS is offering a variety of classes, workshops and private consultations in Vancouver and beyond.
Please refer to our WORKSHOP (http://www.twistedoutreachproject.com/workshop) pages for upcoming workshops.
You can also refer to our ASSOCIATES (http://www.twistedoutreachproject.com/associates) page to find classes and workshops with other local specialists.

TOPS STUDIO: hopbopshop studio
150 McLean Drive, 2nd floor
Vancouver , BC
British Columbia CA

Books about Scoliosis

ScoliosisBooks.com has an extensive list of books on the subject of Scoliosis. The list includes written resources on exercises and treatments, a graphic novel, as well as personal accounts of living with scoliosis, etc.

The full list of books can be found on ScoliosisBooks.com.

A Single Yoga Pose A Day May Improve Spine Curvature for Scoliosis Patients

A recent study claims performing a single yoga pose for 90 seconds for at least 3 days a week could reduce spine curvature in patients with scoliosis in as little as 3 months.

The researchers, including Dr. Loren Fishman of the Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in New York, NY, publish their findings in the journal Global Advances in Health and Medicine.

Published on Medical News Today, October 2014

Read the full article here.

Stretch for Scoliosis: The Martha Carter Way

Martha Carter was a young and enthusiastic 11-year old dancer when she was diagnosed with a ‘C’ curve scoliosis which required extreme Harrington Rod surgery, a year in a body cast, and the destruction of her dream to dance. But that did not stop her. Several years after her surgery, she found herself drawn back to dance realizing that it was essential to keep her back mobile and healthy, and was also an important way to express herself emotionally and artistically.

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