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the original Bowen Therapy

What Can Bowenwork do for you?


Bowenwork is gentle on the body, effective and appropriate for anyone to receive, including newborns, highly trained athletes, pregnant women and the elderly. Each person responds differently to a Bowenwork session, according to his or her own body’s need and ability to heal.


Conditions that are seen to respond well include:

Sports and accident injuries

Stress and tension symptoms

Back pain, hip pain and sciatica

Carpal tunnel and tennis elbow

Neck and shoulder problems

Knee, ankle and foot problems

Respiratory conditions

Hay fever

Menstrual and hormonal irregularities

Migraines and headaches

Fibromyalgia

Chronic fatigue syndrome

digestive and bowel problems

Scoliosis

Arthritis and joint pain

Jaw and TMJ problems


What is a Bowenwork session like?

The practitioner will take a brief health history and ask about the reason(s) for your visit to select the best techniques to use for that day. The client should wear or bring light-weight, loose fitting clothing that the practitioner can work through. After each set of moves, the practitioner will leave the room to allow your body time to respond and relax.

Following your session, some changes may be noticeable right away, such as reduced pain, greater range of motion and a deep sense of relaxation and well-being. You may notice other changes over the next several days. Sound sleep and increased energy are commonly reported.