Ancaster Horticultural Society’s monthly meeting will be held on Tuesday April 21st, at the Ancaster Old Town Hall,  310 Wilson St. E., Ancaster.  A coffee & tea refreshment social begins at 7:30pm followed by the meeting at 8pm.

Now that spring has finally arrived, we may want to recondition & prepare our bodies for the energy and workload that will be required in our gardens.  Wouldn’t we like to avoid those annoying aches and pains?  To helps us learn more about  preparing our bodies and how to prevent sore joints, the Society welcomes Dr. Rachel Carson and her topic is, “Plant and Rake Without the Ache.”

Note: The meeting will be interactive.  Wear comfortable shoes & clothing as the presentation will incorporate several simple exercises and stretches for members to practice.  Brochures and handouts containing information to take home  will be provided.

Dr. Carson is trained in Diversified, Bio Geometric Integration, Kinesiotaping  and Active

Release Technique.  Her  presentation  will teach us how to take care of our back while

gardening by using the right moves and the right tools. 

Dr. Carson has a Bachelors of Science in Neuroscience  from the University of Toronto.

In 2005 she moved to Quebec and after perfecting her French speaking skills, she

enrolled in the Chiropractic Program at the Université du Quebec a Trois-Rivières.  In 2012,

she returned to Ontario to establish her chiropractic practice in Oakville and, most recently,

Aldershot.  Gardening, swimming, rollerblading, snowboarding and yoga are the

many activities she enjoys.  Dr. Carson has travelled extensively to countries throughout

Europe and North America for work and leisure.  Recently she travelled to Bolivia as a

humanitarian mission providing chiropractic  care to the underprivileged.

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Rachel Carson, DC

All are welcome to monthly meetings.  Admission is free.
Registration is not required.
For more information contact Christine DeMarco 905-648-5134.