Bowen Technique or Bowen Therapy

I have been practicing Bowen Therapy since 2004 and the effect this gentle, subtle soft tissue therapy has on my clients never ceases to amaze me.

Bowen Therapy has been practiced in the UK for about 20 years now and is becoming more popular with sports people, physiotherapists and clients who want a gentle and effective therapy for a variety of conditions.

Many of my clients have had many years of chiropractic and osteopathic treatment for long term issues and come to Bowen when they are looking for a new solution.

Bowen to head and shoulders

Bowen to head and shoulders

This is the official explanation of how Bowen works.   There is more research going on currently to see how it really affects us so profoundly.

“By releasing stress at a very deep level, via its calming effect on the Autonomic Nervous System, Bowen sets the scene for the body to heal itself. In contrast to many other hands-on therapies, Bowen does not attempt to force the body to change; rather it asks the body to recognise and make the changes necessary to bring it back to homoeostasis (physiological equilibrium).”

Bowen Therapy is suitable for all ages, from a baby with colic to an elderly person with arthritis and there are no known contra-indications.

Bowen Therapy can be of assistance in many cases of emotional stress, where relaxation is a prime factor in easing pain and anxiety.  It is also often a great help in improving the quality of life for those who are terminally ill.

I regularly treat clients with a number of conditions.  I am restricted on what I can say here but you can read my clients’ stories of their experiences with Bowen Technique, by clicking here.  

I treat a lot of children and am happy to give concessions to families in need so please ask if you would like treatment for your child.

3 year old Ollie having a Bowen treatment.

3 year old Ollie having a Bowen treatment.

To book an appointment with Rosemary, telephone 07967 121167 or email Rosemary by clicking here.