Bowen Therapy is a gentle massage technique that stimulates whole-body healing. The technique involves a series of rolling movements and pauses across points of muscle, tendons, ligaments and nerves. It is non-invasive and never forceful and works by relaxing overactive tissue within the body.
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Enjoy one Pilates class each week and treat yourself to a session of Bowen therapy once a month.
Enjoy two Pilates classes each week and treat yourself to a session of Bowen therapy once a month.
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Bowen is a soft tissue technique that stimulates whole-body healing. It is a gentle, non-invasive technique that involves a series of rolling movements and pauses across points of muscle, tendon, ligament and nerves within the body. These movements provide relief to overactive muscles that lead to a feeling of tightness or pain.
Bowen is a remedial therapy and can effectively treat both physiological and psychological conditions. Some conditions that respond well to Bowen are:
A Bowen treatment usually takes 60 minutes.
Bowen begins by applying basic moves on the body with thumb and fingers. I follow this with a sequence of small cross-fibre manoeuvres at varying pressures on specific points on the body. During treatment there will be momentary pauses for 2–3 minutes to allow the body to respond.
After a session you may feel slightly more tired than usual. You may also notice your pain has diminished or moved.
Drink plenty of water and avoid both strenuous exercise or sitting for long periods immediately after a session.
Wear light, comfortable clothing that’s not rigid. I can perform Bowen therapy on bare skin or through soft clothes. I will discuss with you which option you prefer.