non-intrusive

 

complementary

 

HISTORY OF BOWEN

The Bowen Technique was developed in the 1950s by an Australian named Tom Bowen. He became interested in ways to alleviate human suffering and began to notice that certain moves on the body had particular effects. It wasn’t uncommon for Mr Bowen to perform 13,000 treatments a year with a high success rate.


ABOUT ME

I became interested in Bowen having had a Bowen treatment for tennis elbow. I had struggled for a number of months going from medications and various other treatments none of which seemed to help until I tried Bowen. After my first treatment I could feel a difference in my elbow and within 10 days the pain had completely dissipated and has so far never returned. Within 6months I had enrolled on a course to learn more about this incredible therapy. I’ve been qualified for a number of years now and have never looked back. I continue to be amazed by how effective Bowen is. Last year I also qualified as an equine Bowen Therapist and have since worked with a number of different horses all in different stages of their working lives.

Qualifications

In order to qualify as an Accredited Practitioner, all therapists must have a qualification in The Bowen Technique, Anatomy and Physiology, a current First Aid Certificate, Professional Indemnity Insurance and have undertaken additional Bowen studies of at least 14 hours in the previous year.

Bowen Therapists
Equine Bowen Therapist
Foot reflexologist
Relaxation therapist


CONTACT US

TEL: 07747 484 073

alisonschippers@gmail.com