Jen Mitchell - Bowen Therapy
A lovely tribute to the amazingly gifted Tom Bowen - A remarkable Australian who originated and created what is now known as Bowen Therapy throughout the wold. This beautiful modality is able to connect and realign physically, mentally and energetically.
It’s gentle, simple and incredibly effective!...
What is Bowen?
Bowen is a holistic bodywork technique that can help resolve a wide range of conditions ranging from traumatic injury, to chronic pain or illness, to stress-related conditions and compensation patterns, and blockages from old (unresolved) injuries. The results can include a return to balance, a pain-free body and a relaxed mind.
Bowen Therapy is suitable for everybody from pregnant women and newborns to the elderly and those recovering from physical, medical or other long term conditions.
Bowen can also be used for helping maintain optimal health and vitality, or for a luxurious whole-body deep relaxation treatment.
Bowen's relatively gentle "moves" over muscle and other soft tissues address the body as a whole, and is said to initiate a natural healing mechanism. Benefits can almost always be felt on a physical, emotional, mental or energetic level.
The Bowen technique uses subtle moves on the body’s fascia (your body’s connective tissue) to send messages deep into the body, retrieving the memory of a preferred and balanced state of health.
The Science behind Bowen is complex, yet a simple explanation of the anatomical and physiological structures influenced by Bowen Therapy is available on the Bowen Training Australia website: Tell me again, how does Bowen work?
Results can be remarkable, even from the first session Usually only a few sessions are needed to correct the presenting problem and return visits will be recommended only if you continue to feel sustained benefits.
The following conditions respond well to Bowen therapy:
Old or new injuries
Chronic unresolved pain
Headaches or migraines
Frozen shoulder, tennis elbow and carpel tunnel
ack ache, sciatica, knee, ankle pain. planter fascistic and bunion pain
Sinus, asthma, and other respiratory complaints
Reproductive/ hormonal issues
Depression/ anxiety/ emotional issues
Any stress-related condition including sleep disturbances