What is the Bowen Technique?
Bowen Technique is an extraordinarily therapeutic technique facilitating deep healing both physically and emotionally.
The gentle Bowen moves aim to calm your nervous system, enabling your body to engage with it’s own healing abilities more effectively, relieving tension and strain and assisting your body to return to a more balanced way of being.
What conditions can be treated with Bowen Technique?
- Back Pain & Sciatica
- Back & Pelvic Pain in Pregnancy
- Pelvic Imbalance & Groin Pain
- Pain in Knees, Ankles & Feet
- Issues with Mobility & Flexibility
- Musculoskeletal Injuries including Whiplash, Sports, or after Accidents
- Migraines & Tension Headaches
- TMJ issues, Trigeminal Neuralgia, Clicky Jaw
- Neck & Shoulder Restrictions
- RSI, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
- Symptom Management in Chronic Health Issues including Asthma, Hayfever, Digestive issues, Fibromyalgia, ME, Peripheral Neuropathy, Parkinsons & MS
- Stress Management & Relaxation
- Sleep Issues
- Depression & Anxiety
What to expect at one of our treatment sessions
A Bowen treatment consists of a series of gentle rolling like moves made on skin (or through loose, light clothing) while you lie comfortably on a treatment couch (or sit in a comfortable chair).
There are frequent but very important pauses made throughout the treatment, which give your body time to respond to the Bowen moves and to begin the healing process.
Results can be remarkable, even after a first session. Most people find that a small number of treatments are enough to facilitate relaxation, relief from pain and realignment within their bodies, even when issues have been long standing.
To enquire about this therapy or book a treatment call us now on: 01273 696295
How many sessions are required?
Each patient is individually assessed
One hour session
Single 1 Hour Sessions
40 Minute Sesssion
Children up to 14 years
40 Minute Sesssion
Children under 5 years old
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