Bowen Therapy

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How can Bowen Therapy help you?

Bowen Therapy is a soft tissue technique where rolling moves are made over precise points of the body. It can be used to treat musculoskeletal or related neurological problems including acute sports injuries and chronic or organic conditions. Bowen Therapists believe that this technique enables your body to recognize where change is needed, assists your natural healing process, and helps you to relax…thereby releasing muscular tension, improving posture and flexibility, and helping to reduce pain.

It is gentle and relaxing and does not use forceful manipulation. Bowen Therapy benefits can include:

  • Relaxation
  • Pain relief
  • Improved alignment and posture
  • Injury care
  • Release of tension in the fascia
  • Reduced muscular/joint restriction
  • Rebalancing your body-mind connection
  • Promoting sleep
  • Relieving Stress
  • Activating your body’s self-healing mechanism
    (Better Health, Victoria Government, Australia)
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Bowen Therapy is a noninvasive technique that uses a series of small, gentle hand movements over muscles, tendons, ligaments, joints, nerves, and fascia to promote relief from musculoskeletal and related neurological complaints. The precise but gentle movements performed by Bowen Therapists stimulate your whole body, via the nervous, endocrine, and fascial systems, to activate your body’s healing mechanisms. The precise, continuous movements gently stretch your muscles and fascia from one side to the other. 

Bowen Therapy has a very specific effect on the muscles and tendons, as well as the myofascia (fascia)—a network of connective tissue that surrounds your body’s organs and muscles. There is increasing recognition of the importance of fascia on your body’s physiology and function. (Bowen Association of Australia)

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