It utilises the principles of sport and exercise sciences incorporating physiological and pathological processes to prepare individuals for training, competition and work

Benefits of Bowen Therapy:

Back Pain

Ankle, knee, hip, shoulder, elbow, wrist, back and neck pain

Muscle, tendon, cartilage and ligament injuries

Sporting injuries from running, cycling, swimming, recreational sports, gym sports

Work related injuries (neck pain, low back pain)

Pre and postoperative care (knee surgery, hip surgery, back surgery, joint replacements)

Arthritis

Injury rehabilitation

Injury prevention

Improved flexibility, posture and range of movement

How does the session work:

Our therapist will treat you fully clothed on one of our specialised massage chairs in a meeting room at your office to ensure your comfort and relaxation.

Who can benefit?

Reduction or relief from pain, including sciatica

Relief from back and neck pain

Relief from shoulder pain

Reduced stress

Enhanced mobility

Increased energy

Enhanced immune system

Improved circulation

Lymphatic drainage

Depression

Asthma

Who’s it for?

A Bit More About The Bowen Technique

Most people will have responses within three to four sessions, when even long standing pain has been seen to be relieved in many clients. Some conditions might need to be treated more often, but in either case it is recommended that clients return for regular treatments every six to eight weeks to maintain optimum health.

Mixing

A fixed rule of Bowen is that it should not be mixed with other therapies. The treatment is, in effect, asking the body to undertake a process of repair and so should be allowed to do so without interruption or contradiction. This does not mean to say that a massage therapist might not discover that by adding some Bowen type moves to a massage, a more effective and therapeutic outcome is achieved. It is not, however, Bowen; the parameters of what Bowen is are clearly defined and do not include massage moves. A client will be asked not to have other forms of physical or energetic therapy whilst receiving Bowen and to leave a period of a week either side.

In addition, the client may well walk out of the treatment room having felt little or no improvement over and above a sense of relaxation. However, the reactions to Bowen in the days following a treatment can often belie its soft and gentle approach.