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Bowen Technique is a remedial, hands-on therapy using very gentle pressure.  It involves a series of moves across muscles and soft tissue, which stimulate specific receptors, enabling the body itself to restore balance.  This is achieved initially during the rest period, when the practitioner will leave the client in between each set of moves, to allow the brain to interpret the new information and for the body to begin rep`airing itself.

The treatment is gentle, subtle and relaxing and has shown that it can have profound and permanent healing and pain relief results.  There is no manipulation or adjustment of hard tissue and no force is used, Bowen is truly a light-touch and the pressure used is quite subtle.  It is, therefore, suitable for clients for whom other forms of therapy might be too aggressive or forceful.  The tiniest of babies through to the frailest of adults have been treated with Bowen.  It is also possible to treat through a surrogate.

The Bowen Technique can be used safely in all circumstances and there is no condition, as such, where the use of Bowen would be contra-indicated.

The Bowen Technique prompts the body to reset, repair and balance itself and clients report the experience of pain relief, improvement of function and recovery of energy.  The body is always treated as a whole, without referral to named disease. 

The Bowen Technique is a particularly effective therapy for back pain, frozen shoulder, neck pain, hayfever, asthma and migraines.   Sportsmen and women are reporting fewer injuries when treated regularly with Bowen and they also notice an increase in performance.

As one of the essentials for good health, water is also important following a Bowen treatment. Walking is another,  because this assists the movement of fluid and more particularly, lymph around the body.  The recommended time period between treatments is five to ten days.

Most of the work can be performed through light clothing.

For more information visit: www.thebowentechnique.com

Bowen Treatments (three recommended initially) 60 mins each      150.00