Trained as a Rolfer by Ida Rolf herself, Sharon Wheeler lives and works in Seattle, U.S. Sharon developed ScarWork through curiosity mixed with the spirit of invention over 40+ years of practice. Working with scar tissue is like speaking another language in the world of fascia. ScarWork is light, casual, and effective on most scars. It is easy to learn and a pleasure to do. There are over 20 unique techniques that smooth out uneven lumps, bumps, ridges, strings, gaps, and fill holes painlessly and permanently. Re-establishing the resilient 3D quality of the fascial web creates better functioning. With the restrictions and adhesions of a scar resolved, impaired nerves can regain sensation and internal organ functions can normalize. Not to mention that the cosmetic effect can be remarkable.
You may volunteer your own scars for work to experience this first hand and we will have a variety of scar models for practice. A system of ‘roving teams’ gives each student the chance to learn at their own pace while being part of a larger inspired team.
Course teacher: Jan Trewartha (Accredited ScarWork tutor)
Principal of Body in Harmony Training; Director of the British Fascia Symposium
Our Wigan courses are held at The Mount Orrell, Orwell Rd, Wigan WN5 8HQ Please click the link for their website and information.
A delightful pub, restaurant and Premier Inn, straight off Junction 26 of the M6, with onsite accommodation and free parking. Wigan is just 2 hrs 10 mins from London by direct train and around 2.5 hours from Edinburgh. Courses need a minimum number of registrations to proceed. We advise that you do not book travel and accommodation until your place has been registered and confirmed, and you have received confirmation that the course is going ahead as Blend will not be held responsible for these fees.