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bowen technique

The Bowen technique is a gentle soft tissue therapy used in musculo-skeletal and systemic presentations, assisting regulation of the Autonomic Nervous System. 

Gentle rolling-type moves are used over specific soft tissue points, and the technique sets itself apart from other modalities by including "breaks" after a series of moves in order to facilitate the neuro-endocrine response.

Bowen Consultation


Bowen Technique


Your first Bowen session, where we will be taking a full medical history and decide the best treatment options for you.

The Bowen Technique

Follow-up treatments and keeping you going.



Children respond like clock work to the treatment.

From new-borns to teenagers.

What Are The Key Points Of Bowen?
  • Clothing can stay on.
  • There is no manipulation or adjustment.
  • It is not a massage
  • The treatment is gentle, subtle and relaxing. This is what makes the Bowen Technique so unique.
  • The treatment contains short breaks where the client is left resting to allow the body to assimilate the information.
  • Relief is regularly felt immediately.
  • Most cases respond within 48 hours.
  • Chronic conditions may take longer than the average 3-4 sessions. Treatment plans are decided on physical assessment. 
​What has bowen been observed to help?
  • Pain management
  • Sports injuries
  • Acute & chronic back pain
  • General aches & pains
  • Sciatica
  • Frozen shoulder / Tennis elbow
  • Whiplash
  • Jaw discomfort (TMD / TMS)
  • Asthma.
  • Hayfever.
  • Headaches / Sinus.
  • Stress and tension.
  • Digestive.
  • Chronic fatigue.
  • Relaxation.
  • Heel and foot pain
The Bowen Technique
has been reported to affect a number of 
incidental factors:
  • Quality of sleep.
  • Mood elevation.
  • Ability to concentrate and focus.
  • General relaxation
  • Positive outlook on life
  • Relaxation
“Bowen has helped keep my body together despite the continual bashing it takes.
It’s a vital support in putting right a whole range of new aches and pains, making sure that old injuries don’t cause me problems, and helping me fight stress and fatigue.”
Bear Grylls.
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