Katrina Ridley has been working with the Bowen Technique since 2004. After working as a primary school teacher and in the community sector for many years, Katrina decided it was time for a change. That change came in the form of the Bowen Technique. Katrina had never had Bowen Therapy before she studied to become a practitioner. She had heard how wonderful it was from others, how gentle, effective and non-invasive it was and how children and adults responded positively to it.
Katrina knew she wanted to make a positive difference in the health and wellbeing of others through this gentle, non-invasive technique.
There have been many rewards along the way, such as the little boy who had an earache on Friday night, had Bowen and woke up the next morning and told his mother it was all better because of the Bowen he had last night!
In January 2011, Katrina became an instructor of Bowen therapy. Offering a range of classes in NSW (Port Stephens and Parkes) and in Tasmania with instructor Belinda Chant (Hobart), she is helping others experience the wonders of working with the Bowen Technique. In 2019, together with instructor Vianne MacBeth, she developed Animal BowenCare to teach people how to apply the principles of Bowen to canine friends and more. Learn more here.
Educating the broader community about Bowen therapy and its many benefits has been important to Katrina. She is a member of a local small business networking group that meets regularly to educate each other on their services and products. She has been a member of a local complementary therapists organisation and been invited to speak to community groups such as Probus, CWA etc.
Helping like-minded people help others is Katrina’s passions.
Get in touch with Katrina today!