New Bowen Therapy Podcast What’s the BowenBuzz? Launched in November 2016, it’s the first podcast dedicated to Bowen therapy and Bowen therapists worldwide. It’s an online space for information about Bowen therapy and related topics for Bowen therapists, clients and anyone interested in Bowen therapy or soft-tissue therapies in general. Your host, Bowen Training Australia trainer, Chris […]

May 17, 2017 in General Bowen Info, Practitioners, Training by

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Kelly Clancy returns to Australia in 2017

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 […]

November 11, 2016 in Practitioners, Training by


Chronic conditions and Bowenwork… Alexia Monroe visiting Australia in 2016

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 […]

May 18, 2016 in Practitioners, Training by

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A Bowen perspective worth considering

                  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 […]

September 16, 2015 in Practitioners by


Healing from an Energetic Perspective with Bowen therapy

                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 […]

June 19, 2015 in Practitioners by


Chronic conditions and Bowenwork

#482912311 / “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, […]

July 23, 2014 in Practitioners, Training by


What do Bowen Therapy and cornflour have in common?

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 […]

February 5, 2014 in Practitioners, Training by

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Fantastic fascia and why Bowen Therapists love it

This is a guest blog post by BTA Instructor, Kristin North. “Fascia isn’t ‘main-stream’ yet, but it’s getting there. A new appreciation of fascia has begun throughout the health and wellbeing industries as a way of explaining and treating injuries, but fascia is something we Bowen therapists have been working with and on for years. […]

November 26, 2013 in Practitioners, Training by


Geopathic stress and the human body

“Science now acknowledges that many things, once considered harmless, are now known to be harmful. Trying to understand health brought up the question that regulation of a human organism involves more than just nerve impulses and hormones. Biomedicine links the laws of physics and chemistry to view the body as an integrated, coordinated functioning system, and […]

August 21, 2013 in Practitioners, Wellbeing by

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Excessive pressure is not necessary

The science of why we are taught to work slowly and use light pressure when applying the Bowen technique “I’m sure everyone, through the course of their Bowen studies has at one time or another been told to slow down and use less pressure when doing the Bowen move. Working lightly and slowly was a […]

June 28, 2013 in Practitioners by


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