How Bowenwork originated

Bownework was developed in the 1950's by the late Thomas Bowen of Geelong, Australia. Bowen's approach was to reset the tension in certain muscles and muscle groups by using a unique type of stretch-and-roll-through move and then pausing between sets of moves to the body time to begin its response. He achieved amazing results. According to a 1974 survey of alternative health practitioners performed by the Victorian Government, Bowen was found to be doing over 13,000 treatments per year! In over 85% of his cases, the problems for which his patients sought treatment were resolved completely. In the last yeas of his life, Bowen allowed several practitioners to observe him. He recognized on

Bowenwork-What to Expect

In a Session Coming for a Bowenwork session is a little different from a regular massage. Wear or bring light-weight, loose-fitting clothing that I can work through. Or you may choose to wear your underclothes and be professionally draped for modesty and comfort. I will take a health history and ask about the reason for your visit so as to select the best "Bowenwork" moves to apply that day. Typically, the first session will be an overall balancing session and then I apply specific moves for certain conditions or symptoms on the next and subsequent sessions. The actual hands-on work may take very few of 20 to 60 minutes of the entire session. After each series of moves, I will make sure y

What Bowenwork does

Bowenwork addresses the body as a whole. Bowenwork is extremely gentle. Bowenwork can assist recovery from many conditions: Traumatic injuries, overuse injuries, High/Low blood Pressure, Arthritic pain, fatigue, fluid retention, Ear/Nose/Throat problems, TMJ problems, depression, ADD/ADHD, Parkinson's to name a few... Who can benefit from Bowenwork? Babies to grandparents, athletes to those recovering from surgery or illness, and working moms and dads, can all benefit from Bowenwork. I have had great success with those with Parkinson's. How Many times does it take to see a change? Usually three to five sessions one week apart are usually all that are required for most problems brought abou

What is Bowenwork, Understanding the Bowen Technique

The Bowen Technique is a very gentle form of natural healing. In order to appreciate its subtlety and depth, the therapy really needs to be experienced. Bowenwork is a system of moves along muscle and connective tissue giving the body's innate ability to heal, creating balance and resetting the parasympathic dominance. After the first session, people often wonder how such gentle moves can have so powerful an effect-not only on their posture and structural problems (e.g. bad back, frozen shoulder, etc.) but also on their general well-being. The level of touch used in a Bowen session is very gentle, and will vary according to the sensitivity of each client. The massage therapist uses her fi

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