Wirral Bowen Therapy
51 Sandham Grove
0749 659 6969
"Quite simply one of the most straight-forward and effective 'hands-on' therapies available"
The Bowen Technique aims to balance the whole person, not just the symptoms.
Common presentations include back and neck pain, knee problems, sports injuries and maintenance, RSI, frozen shoulders, tennis elbows and respiratory problems, hayfever, to name but a few.
Practically any problem can potentially be addressed and many people use the Bowen Technique as a means of stress management and health maintenance, seeing their therapist regularly 2-4 times a year.
The Bowen Technique is a gentle, subtle and relaxing hands on therapy using very gentle pressure.
It is not a form of massage and there is no manipulation or adjustment of hard tissue. It is safe for people of all ages - new born, children, adults..
Appointments take about 45 minutes and can be performed through light clothing.
There are a series of short breaks during the session allowing the body to respond to the gentle moves and making subtle and fine adjustments which re-balance, relieve tension and reduce pain.
Three or four treatments at weekly intervals are usually sufficient to achieve relief from even long standing pain. To receive maximum benefit it is recommended not to mix with other therapies such as massage, reflexology, physiotherapy etc for seven days before and after treatment.
Training, qualifications & experience
Trained by the European College of Bowen Studies - Cert ECBS
Additional training in the Bowen Technique for
- Mother and Baby
- Spinal Work
- Asthma and Respiratory
Member of the Bowen Therapy Professional Association
Member of The Federation of Holistic Therapists
Treatment costs £40 for an individual session or £105 in advance for a series of three.
Each session lasts approximately one hour.
Please remember to wear light, loosely fitting clothing.
For further information refer to the ECBS web-site at - www.thebowentechnique.net/
Maps & Directions
Appointments available weekdays between 9.00 and 5.00