Holly Tanner | Supportive Journey

Show Notes:

In today’s episode Lynn talks with Holly Tanner, PT, LMT, and the Director of Education at Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehab Institute about the support we can offer clients in their healing and life journey. 

Holly has learned the importance of educating clients and asking questions to help them engage in and lead their own treatment. Listen in to learn more about Holly’s tips on how you can empower your clients in their healing journey. Holly strongly believes that when we operate  from a position of abundance we are able to support one another more fully. Tune in to find out how you can create more abundance within your treatment practices.

Holly will be joining us for our 10th edition of the virtual Birth Healing Summit which will be focusing on all things pregnancy! For more tips on how to better support your pregnant clients, join us for the 2024 Birth Healing Summit taking place April 8 – 19, 2024.

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Holly Tanner is a licensed physical therapist and massage therapist with a specialty practice in the field of pelvic health. From the College of St. Scholastica (CSS) in Duluth, Minnesota she earned her undergraduate degree in Health Sciences, Master of Arts in Physical Therapy, and a transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy. She has served as adjunct faculty at St. Scholastica as well as at the University of Puget Sound in Tacoma, Washington. 

As the Director of Education for the Herman & Wallace Pelvic Rehab Institute, Holly has managed and developed curriculum and faculty training and was the coordinator for the Pelvic Rehabilitation Practitioner Certification writing. She has authored many courses including in the peripartum series and the Men’s Pelvic Health course. She has presented at several state chapters and for the APTA combined sections meeting as well as the first Pelvicon conference. Holly has taught in several countries including Nepal, Israel, and Ireland. 

She owns a clinical practice in Seattle, Washington as well as a consulting company, Tanner Therapies. In practice for 30 years, Holly has worked with thousands of patients with peripartum health challenges, and she has been teaching in the field of pelvic health for 25 years and has mentored dozens of clinicians and students. Holly has held ABPTS board certifications in Orthopedics and Women’s Health, as well as certification as an APTA Clinical Instructor.

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