Bowen Technique is suitable for adults and children, including newborn
babies and the elderly. Using thumbs or fingers to make a series of
precise, rolling-type moves over muscle.
the treatment there are a series of short breaks where the patient is
left resting to allow their body to respond to the gentle moves that
have been performed. This rest period is an important part of the
treatment and gives the body time to make the subtle and fine
adjustments, which help to re-balance, relieve tension and reduce pain.
It is these features which make The Bowen Technique unique.
The Bowen Technique aims to balance the whole person, not just the symptoms.
Common presentations include back and neck pain, knee problems, sports
injuries, RSI, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow and respiratory problems
any problem can be addressed and some people use The Bowen Technique as
a means of stress management and health maintenance, seeing their
therapist 2 to 4 times a year.