Associate Instructor, Diane McAdaragh

IA_WA_McAdaragh Diane McAdaragh
Camano Island, WA

Bowenwork is an amazingly effective modality and a great adventure on a personal level as well. Diane’s experience includes self-care during recovery from a major auto accident; assisting a
Purple Heart soldier after a traumatic brain injury (TBI), taking him from non-weight bearing to unassisted walking within two weeks of surgery; working with moms and babies; helping athletic teens; and maintenance care for elderly clients. Diane enjoys the “ah-ha” moment when a client realizes how successful it is for them and the variety of feedback she receives about its results. Bowenwork has changed her world from meeting new people to facilitating healing for those who come.

Diane is a lifelong learner who enjoys teaching and encouraging anyone with a heart to learn. The best part about teaching Bowenwork is empowering folks to help themselves and others. Bowen can be done almost anywhere and at any time, providing an opportunity to breathe, relax, trust, and heal. Honoring the body’s natural design for healing by teaching simple Bowen moves facilitate the healing process, allowing students to do first aid care or ongoing self-care that improves quality of life for all ages. Diane says, “Teaching the intro Bowenwork class is fun!”

Bowenwork Associate Instructor-2013
Bowenwork Practitioner-2007
AA-Highline Community College-1975
Spectrum School of Massage-1997