May 30th, 2018 | Pelvic Health & Post-Cancer Treatments
ABOUT THE WORKSHOP:
Owner of Tara Hagan-Fields and Sarah from Fascial Connections will be discussing pelvic floor conditions (incontenance) and treatments post cancer/chemo/radiation.
ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKERS:
Tara Hagan-Fields, is the owner of Fascial Connections Myofascial Release and Wellness Centre.
Tara has been a Registered Massage Therapist for over 10 years. Branching from traditional Massage Therapy she has specialized in Myofascial Release and Fascial restrictions and is now an Expert Level Therapist under the John F. Barnes Myofascial Release Approach™.
Tara focuses her practice in Women’s Health. 10 years ago, experiencing her own personal loss, Tara found her passion in working with cancer patients. With additional training in visceral manipulation, chronic pelvic pain and massage for the cancer patient, Tara has developed a large practice working with oncology patients using the Myofascial Release method.
Her approach to treatment is beyond symptom relief. It is a whole body approach in addressing fascial restriction, postural alignment, muscle weakness and imbalance and emotional trauma. She encourages each client to participate in every session. Believing that awareness provides us with choice and that being aware and present in your body, will help you heal from your past: traumas, surgeries and pains.
Sarah Butler, is a Registered Physiotherapist with specialized training and interests in oncology (cancer rehabilitation) and women’s health.
She earned her Master’s degree in Physical Therapy at Queen’s University after completing a Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics at University of Ottawa and a Master of Science in Neuroscience at McGill University.
She has pursued post-graduate education in Lymphedema Therapy, Myofascial Release, CranioSacral Therapy, Reiki, and Acupuncture to provide more holistic care to her patients.
As a Certified Lymphedema Therapist (135 training hours of study and training), Sarah can help to safely and effectively assist patients with lymphatic disorders through Complete Decongestive Therapy (manual lymphatic drainage, compression therapy, individualized exercise prescription and self-care education).
Sarah is also registered as an Assistive Devices Program (ADP) Authorizer in order to aid people in applying for funding assistance when purchasing compression garments.
To learn more about Sarah and Tara and the work they do at Fascial Connections Myofascial Release & Wellness Centre, please visit www.fascialconnections.ca
Call Linda Morin at 613-422-4331 to pre register, space is limited.