The Owls Head Garden Club will meet on Wednesday, Oct. 5 at 9:30 a.m. at the Owls Head Community Building.

The program will be presented at 10 a.m. with speakers Kristine Anderson and Sherrie Clark discussing how Bowenwork can help the gardener continue tending their gardens pain free. Having worked with people for more than 14 years doing massage, Anderson has always searched for ways to help people out of pain. She had experienced neck pain for many years herself. After reading an article about Bowenwork and the gentle, noninvasive way it works, Anderson knew this was a modality to learn and add to her practice. She has attended a series of workshops in learning the Bowenwork Technique. Anderson has an innate love for gardening. Gardening has always been a passion of hers as well as a stress reliever. Now she can enjoy it pain free. Anderson has a practice in St. George and at the Knox Mill Center in Camden.

Sherrie Clark came to Anderson for Bowenwork while recovering from thyroid cancer treatments. Because of the dramatic healing she experienced, she decided to study Bowen. Clark has worked as a registered nurse for 21 years at Maine Medical Center in Portland. She now practices Bowenwork out of her home in Union and at a chiropractor’s office in Scarborough. Vegetable and flower gardens can be seen from her treatment room. She enjoys her time outside working in her gardens and filling her many bird feeders thanks to regular Bowenwork. She has a strong commitment to helping others “Feel Better with Bowen”. Some of the people Clark has helped have also become Bowenwork practitioners after seeing their own bodies heal.

Hostesses for the October meeting are Marilyn Smith, Sharon Hoover, Pat Lee, and Sue Moore.

Visitors are welcome to attend the program. For more information, call Dottie at 596-6032