The Bowen Technique is a holistic method of healing that involves gentled ‘rolling’ moves and also includes phases of rest in-between those moves in order to hydrate the soft connective tissue and ultimately relieve the body of pent up stress as well as improve posture.
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Stress is a prevalent component in today’s fast-paced world which can negatively impact an individual’s emotional, mental and physical well being. The Bowen Technique is a holistic method of healing that involves gentled ‘rolling’ moves and also includes phases of rest in-between those moves. It is a technique that seems odd to accept and it is the human beings inquisitive nature to wonder why we are being left or what is happening, but it is in these ‘resting’ stages that the body really begins to heal.
Bowen works to target and hydrate the soft connective tissue, otherwise known as the fascia. Movements communicate with the bodies signals to encourage the body to let go of tension, stress and emotional baggage, as well as restoring our posture back to the ‘blueprint’ alignment that we have stored innately in our brains.
How it's done
- STEP 1
Arrive at the clinic for an in-depth consultation
- STEP 2
Prepare for treatment - loose clothes are requested to be worn but preferably clothes removed to underwear (bring your own towels - two large towels required) .
- STEP 3
Therapy is carried out with breaks in between each stage, at which point the client is required to lie still and relax.
- STEP 4
Aftercare is given.