AVACHI TOUCH

Health & Wellness Centre

 The Bowen Technique (also known as Bowtech - the Original Bowen Technique and Bowenwork) is a dynamic system of muscle and connective tissue therapy that was developed by the late Tom Bowen in Geelong, Australia. Sometimes called the homeopathy of bodywork, it utilizes subtle inputs to the body (known as moves), stimulating the body to heal itself, often profoundly.

 

Our Certified Bowen Therapist is accepting new clients.

What can Bowen be used for?

The Bowen Technique can be beneficial in a wide range of situations. It can assist recovery from many conditions, from traumatic injury to chronic illness, depending upon each individual's capacity to heal. Many clients report that Bowtech is THE most relaxing modality they have ever experienced.

Some of the conditions that often respond favorably to the Bowen Technique are:

  • Back pain and sciatica
  • Digestive and bowel problems
  • Earache and TMJ problems
  • Migraines and other types of headaches
  • Fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Hip, knee, ankle and foot problems
  • Menstrual and hormonal Irregularities
  • Neck and shoulder problems (including 'frozen shoulder')
  • Groin pain, pelvic tilt and uneven leg length
  • Respiratory problems and hay fever
  • RSI, carpal tunnel syndrome and tennis elbow
  • Sports and other traumatic injuries

 

Typical Treatment:

  A typical one hour treatment will be done while the patient lies face down on the adjustment table. Clients usually lie on a massage/bodywork table or bed, or may be seated in a chair if required, for comfort.

A 'session' involves one or more 'procedures', each of which consists of several sets of 'moves'. The moves are gentle, but purposeful, and can be done through light clothing. Between each set of moves the practitioner pauses for 2 minutes for the client's body to begin responding. As the nervous system begins to adjust the tension level in the muscles, the practitioner senses when the client is ready for the next set of moves. A common approach in a session is to balance the entire body by addressing the lower back, then the upper back, and then the neck. 

Bowen Technique

A Bowen treatment consists of sequences of small moves, each at a specific site on the body, pausing for 2 minutes before performing the next set of movesThe most fundamental principle of Bowen is that it is the client's body that is doing the work, not the therapist, and for this to happen the body needs time and to be left alone‚Äč

 

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