We are excited to announce that US Bowenwork Instructor and Occupational Therapist, Kelly Clancy is returning to Australia in March-April 2017 to teach her workshop series, Tensegrity Medicine™. Offered in two parts, these two-day Tensegrity and Fascial assessment workshops are designed for the Bowen practitioner looking for cutting edge assessment tools that allow a more […]
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Senior US Bowenwork instructor Alexia Monroe is visiting Australia for the International Conference in Cairns where she is offering her continuing education workshop “Chronic Conditions and Bowenwork.” Additionally she is offering this workshop in Sydney on 20-21 August. Alexia holds almost 50 years experience in a wide range of healing modalities. Since learning Bowenwork from Ossie and Elaine in 1993 however, she […]
One way to Develop a Successful Practitioner-Oriented Bowen Therapy Clinic Originally published in the September 2015 edition of Bowen Hands, The Journal of the Bowen Therapy Academy of Australia. — Written by BTA Instructor, Michael Quinlivan “Have you ever wondered how some Bowen practitioners have built a […]
Originally published in the June 2015 issue of Bowen Hands, The Journal of the Bowen Therapy Academy of Australia. — Written by Sandra Gustafson MHS BSN RN Cancer is a disease that affects all societies around the globe. With all the financial, medical and scientific research resources so focused on ‘finding the cure for cancer,’ […]
Trusting the intelligence and Bowen by Margaret Spicer Originally published in Bowen Hands, The Journal of the Bowen Therapy Academy of Australia, June 2015 The innate intelligence Our bodies are dynamic entities in a continual state of change. Orchestrating the body is an innate intelligence or self-healing […]
A Bowen move activates the following mechanisms to reset the body to heal itself. 1. Stretch reflex — most Bowen moves are done either at the origin, insertion or belly of the muscles where the golgi cells’ receptors are located, informing the nervous systems on the state of tension, length or stretch in the musculotendinous […]
#482912311 / gettyimages.com “Someone’s in pain. We care. What do we really have to offer, what do we really have to give? Everything, it turns out. Everything.” Ram Dass and Paul Gorman This article by USA instructor Alexia Monroe was published in the June 2014 issue of Bowen Hands. “Have you ever heard the phrase, […]
This blog post is paraphrased from an original article written by BTA Instructor Tina Price, printed in Bowen Hands, The Journal of The Bowen Therapy Academy of Australia, in March 2014. “It all started on the 8th November, when Typhoon Yolanda hit Tacloban in the Philippines. My husband Hayden and I decided to make a donation […]
Answer: Gentle moves, but profound results. Go too hard or fast and you meet with resistance! Go lightly and you are allowed in. Stay with me a minute and let me explain further: No doubt you have at some time used cornflour to thicken a casserole or dessert (or at the very least know what […]
This blog post is written by Catalina Acsinte, MD: “My name is Catalina Acsinte. I am a MD neurosurgeon, with 18 years of experience in traditional medicine and a student of Bowen Therapy (Bowtech). I would like to share with you the case of a patient of mine, both from my point of view as […]
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