If you are looking for better clinical outcomes and a more professional approach to your Bowen, then SP2 Master Class is for you!
The Module 1 procedures balance the body, procedures in Modules 2 to 5 address joint problems and systems, Module 6 and SP1 (Diploma) introduce procedures to address individual muscles and specific presentations. The SP2 procedures troubleshoot problems that have not been resolved and offer more treatment options.
This class introduces a full range of new procedures that can address all areas of the body with many more options for any problem areas, especially shoulders, backs, and the abdominal area. The weekend is full of practical work and offers a leap forward in your treatments and understanding of Bowen.
The SP2 manual differs from previous manuals as it is divided into four sections, each section contains procedures that address a particular area of the body: the pelvis and lower limb; the trunk; the shoulders and upper limb; and the head.
The Master class will also encourage you to enhance your observational and assessment skills, enabling you to pinpoint more accurately which procedure or individual moves to choose. This will reinforce the ‘less is best’ principle that makes Bowen so effective. It will help you to apply the Bowen technique in an individualised way, targeting treatment to specific needs.
To attend, practitioners are expected to hold good working knowledge and clinical experience with Bowen to be able to discern when to use these new procedures effectively.
This engaging and fully interactive workshop is complemented by:
- Detailed visual presentation covering relevant anatomy and physiology
- Bowtech SP2 Masterclass manual
- Dedicated and experienced instructors with many years of Bowen history in clinical and instructional settings
- Robust discussion
- Networking with likeminded Bowen therapists
Presented By: Ossie and Elaine Rentsch & SP2 registered trainers
Pre-requisite: Module 11. You must be a member of the Bowen Therapy Academy of Australia.
Duration: 2 days
Continuing Education Units: 8 hours per day