The presenter, who was the youngest Brit to climb Mount Everest at 23 and is now best known for his television series ‘Man vs. Wild’ is no stranger to injuries, aches and pains.
Grylls has spoken out about how bowen therapy, a restorative holistic therapy aimed at relieving pain and inflammation, is his secret to staying active.
Bowen therapy is an energy vibrational therapy which involves the therapist rolling their fingers and thumbs over muscles and nerves in order to stimulate energy flow and release congestion. The therapist combines the movements with periods of rest and the ultimate goal is to reset the natural self healing process in the body.
Grylls has been receiving treatment from a Brighton Bowen therapist for a period of years now. “It has helped keep my body together despite the continual bashing it takes.” He said.
“It’s a vital support in putting right a whole range of new aches and pains, making sure that old injuries don’t cause me problems, and helping me fight stress and fatigue.” Commented Grylls.
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