Megan Tardif-Woolgar, BSc (Hons.), Dip. Phyt. RHT (CHA of BC)
Medical Herbalist, Freedom Release Practitioner
Megan started her journey with a degree in Environmental Science from Dalhousie University. Although she is still very passionate about healing the planet, she feels that on the large scale this planetary healing cannot happen without individual changes in perception and well-being.
Megan graduated from Pacific Rim College with her diploma of Phytotherapy (Herbal Medicine) in 2014. She has extensively studied and worked with over 150 different herbs, and has over 500 clinic hours of experience. Megan is a registered herbalist with the Canadian Herbalists Association of British Columbia (CHA of BC). She has also been a board member of the Herbalist's Association of Nova Scotia since 2015. Megan has a special interest and experience treating digestive disorders and mental health issues (the two of which she believes are inherently interconnected).
Megan is happiest helping facilitate the connection between the human and plant world for the purpose of healing the body, the mind and soul. She can often be found in her herb spiral labyrinth with her hands in the dirt planting, harvesting, or medicine-making. Megan believes that the key to creating resilient communities lies within the nurturing of both individuals and the planet. It is important for Megan to participate in the empowerment of both patients and the community, educating about herbal medicine so that individuals may foster their own healthy relationships with plants. Contact Megan about presentations on herbal medicine and nutrition!
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Photo Credit: Sunshine: Owen Bridge, West Coast Forest: Faun Naso, Ghost Pipe: Megan Tardif-Woolgar