Just Dance No Matter the Challenges with Xoe Xapoian and Beyond DA Adversity with Chris Pulley
In todays show we talk with actress and model Xoe Xapoian and listen to her story and learn about her documentary called Just Dance: The Xoe Xapoian Story.” This is a short documentary film focusing on her life and her accident. For the second half of the show we’re joined by Chris Pulley of Beyond DA Bus, Dive Pirates, and Hunting with Charlie Campbell, so tune in.
In this episode we discuss,
Xoe Xapoian’s story prior to accident and thriving after accident and how you can do the same when faced with adversity.
The rough path Xoe walked prior to accident and the documentary focused on her life called Just Dance: The Xoe Xapoian Story.
Xoe’s profession and life as an actress and model.
Chris Pulley’s story of living with a significantly bleak diagnosis, defying the medical predictions, and thriving.
Chris Pulley’s non-profit Beyond DA Bus and how he plans to bring disability to the mainstream.
Chris tells us about Dive Pirates and Hunting with Charlie Campbell.
Finding happiness no matter the situation.
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More about Xoe Xapoian and Just Dance the Xoe Xapoian Story
"Just Dance: The Xoe Xapoian Story" is a short documentary film focusing on the life of Xoe Xapoian, an actress, model and dancer who lost her leg in an unfortunate car accident just one year ago. Drawing upon an inner reserve of strength, willpower and love, she has been able to transform her injury into an abundantly positive force for good. Her joy for life, fearless ambition and generous spirit are nothing short of inspirational and she has already surpassed many goals others thought she'd never achieve. Now, after this rebirth, nothing can stop her from making dreams reality and spreading her positive message.
More about Chris Pulley and Beyond DA Bus
Beyond DA Bus was founded in 2015. Chris was diagnosed with Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), a form of Muscular Dystrophy, in 1986 at the age of 12. As the disease progressed, Chris transitioned from walking, to cane assistance, to a manual wheelchair. Along the way, Chris decided not to let his physical limitations shape the way he lived his life. Despite being in a wheelchair with limited mobility, Chris has pursued water skiing, snow skiing, and scuba diving. Chris's adventurous spirit carries over to his passion for cars. He's taken his handicapped modified 2010 Challenger SRT on the Hot Rod Power Tour & logged time at the track.
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