Little Kids in Vietnam – free doc online
May 13, Hamilton, Ont.- Massage therapists are invited to watch the world premiere of the documentary, Little Kids in Vietnam, an exclusive first-person insight into providing pediatric massage for our most vulnerable population. Simply using the power of touch, we have the capability to enable our children to reach their full potential.
May 28, 2013 By Massage Therapy Canada
Little Kids in Vietnam was shot on a digital SLR camera by Laki Karavias for a truly cinematic and high definition view of life for the orphaned and abandoned children of Vietnam.
The film offers a glance into the Little Kidz Foundation international outreach programs providing infant and pediatric massage throughout Vietnam, from Ho Chi Minh city all the way north to beautiful Ha Long Bay. Throughout the journey, Tina Allen, founder of Little Kidz foundation will share her vision of how each child in the world benefits from nurturing touch and how we strive to make a difference in communities all over the world. Simply using the power of touch, we have the ability to enable our children to reach their full potential.
Shot from the volunteer embassador’s point of view, this film offers a first hand glimpse of what it’s like to provide massage to abandoned infants and children, as well as teach their caregivers to massage the children so that the program is sustained and replicated to serve thousands of children who would not otherwise receive nurturing touch.
To view the full documentary, please visit http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i4uuIlAYA_o
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