About Bowen Technique & Therapy
What is the Bowen Technique?
The Bowen Technique was named after Tom Bowen, an Australian who developed
the therapy in the 1950’s. Working amongst his colleagues in
the cement and wollen mills of Geelong, New South Wales, Tom
Bowen did not advertise his therapy but relied entirely on word of mouth. By
the time he was in his mid-forties, Tom had established a full time practice
using his therapy, treating thousand of people a year. Tom
Bowen died in 1982, but his therapy is now taught to final year students
of Osteopathy in Australia.
The Bowen Technique came to the UK in 1986 and is now practiced in over
30 countries worldwide.
The Bowen Technique is a simple, non-intrusive remedial therapy which
stimulates the body to rebalance itself. Bowen promotes healing,
pain relief and the recovery of energy and is one of the most straightforward
and effective ‘hands-on’ therapies available today.
A Bowen treatment is gentle, subtle and relaxing and there is no manipulation
or adjustment of hard tissue as no force is used or needed.
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