is the founder and director of the British Fascia Symposium and The Fascia Hub. She has been in healthcare since 1979, originally training as a State Registered Nurse in the Queen Alexandra Royal Army Nursing Corps (QARANC), working with patients on the wards and in the operating theatre; a superb if non-deliberate foundation for her future career. In 1988, being trained by a blind massage therapist to really ‘feel’ the body, led to a lifetime passion for body work. Jan was a massage volunteer at the Auckland Commonwealth Games where she learned from professionals from all modalities. Her work now is the culmination of many years of training and experience in different disciplines. Through her school, Body in Harmony Training, Jan runs a variety of light touch therapy courses, including Sharon Wheeler’s ScarWork for which she was the first accredited tutor in the UK.
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Jan Trewartha joins Elizabeth Larkam to explore Sharon Wheeler’s ScarWork – the subject of the book ‘Scars, Adhesions and the Biotensegral Body: Science, Assessment and Treatment’, co-edited by Jan and Sharon Wheeler, with contributions from Joanne Avison, Niall Galloway, Tracey Kiernan, John Sharkey, Leonid Blyum, Graham Scarr, Katerina Steventon and Wojciech Cacowsky. Full details at www.handspringpublishing.com/product/scars-adhesions-and-the-biotensegral-body. Practice and theory in perfect harmony for bodyworkers and manual therapists working with clients with scars and adhesions.
Scars, Adhesions and the Biotensegral Body from Handspring Publishing.
Editors Jan Trewartha and Sharon Wheeler and their contributors Joanne Avison, Leonid Blyum, Graham Scarr, John Sharkey for a panel discussion, which John has agreed to moderate.