What Is The Bowen Technique?
Bowen Technique is a gentle form of body work in which very subtle moves performed over the muscles and connective tissue which sends messages deep into the body, retrieving cellular memory of a relaxed, balanced way of well-being. Learn more about Bowen at this alternative website HERE
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How Does It Work?
The Bowen moves are light, gentle and very precise. There is no forceful manipulation. The practitioners are able to discern stress build-up in muscles and other soft tissue, enabling them to perform specific Bowen moves to assist recovery and pain relief.
There are frequent but very essential pauses throughout the session that allow the body time to respond and begin the healing process. The practitioner can target a specific problem or address the body as a whole. A Bowen session initiates a cascade of beneficial changes that continue for several days. Applying other manipulative therapies during this time can interrupt this process and undermine the overall effectiveness of the Bowen work. It is therefore recommended that the client waits a week before commencing any other manual therapy.
Bowen Technique Offers Substantial Relief After Only One Session From:
Improving sporting performance
Back pain and sciatica
Neck and shoulder problems "Frozen shoulder" and Tennis Elbow
Sprains & Strains R.S.I. Knee and Ankle problems
Stress, Tension and Anxiety
Headaches and Migraines
Respiratory conditions including Asthma
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Sleeping disorders Digestive disorders
Baby colic and Sleeping problems
General aches throughout pregnancy
Frequently Asked Questions about Bowen Technique
How many sessions will I need?
A Bowen Treatment lasts 45 minutes. Results can be remarkable, even from the first session. Most people find that a small number of treatments are enough even for long -standing complaints.
What can I expect?
Clients often report major or total improvement in seemingly unrelated problems that they may have forgotten to mention to the practitioner.
Where can I find a practitioner?
Elaine is registered with the Bowen Association UK. Practitioners adhere to a strict code of professional ethics, are covered with indemnity insurance, and undertake at least two days of ongoing postgraduate training (continued professional development) every year. Registered practitioners carry the designated letters BTA or BTAA after their name.
To find your nearest practitioner and for details of training courses, visit the UK website http://www.bowen-technique.co.uk or worldwide http://www.bowtech.com.
Where did the Bowen Technique originate?
The Bowen Technique was developed in the 1950's by the late Thomas Bowen in Geelong, Australia. He became a celebrated therapist, regularly treating over 13,000 patients per year. The Bowen Therapy Academy was formed in 1987. Since then 12,000 practitioners worldwide have taken Bowen training.
Is it Suitable for Me?
The Bowen Technique is extremely gentle and is considered suitable for everyone - from pregnant women to new born babies, the frail and the elderly. No adverse side effects have been reported.
Can it Help Me?
It can assist recovery from many conditions, from traumatic injury to chronic illness, depending on each individual's capacity to heal.
The Bowen Technique Can Help
Back pain, sciatica, digestive & bowel problems, earache & ear infections, migraines, fibromyalgia, Chronic fatigue syndrome, knee ankle & foot problems , Menstrual and hormonal irregularities, neck and shoulder problems, groin pain and pelvis tilt, Uneven leg length, Respiratory problems and hay fever, RSI, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome, sports injuries and accident injuries and much more...