“Clyde wasn’t always my friend. In fact, until a few years back I didn’t even know him. One day in 2009, I was having lunch and I noticed this old guy all bent over. Standing, he had a profile like a question mark. As he came by where I was sitting I lifted my hand. He Read more
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A research project by Faye Ferguson entitled “Showing the effects on the body of Bowen Technique using Thermal Imaging” for the Diploma of Specialised Bowen Therapy “Thermal Thermography is the use of an infrared thermal imaging and measurement camera to ‘see’ and ‘measure’ thermal energy emitted from an object, in this case, a human body. Read more
“Age may weary them – Bowen can help rejuvenate them.” “An 83 year old lady came to me after having had two falls 4 months earlier. In the first incident, slipping on a steep driveway, she ended up doing front to back splits. The second, occurring a short time after, she fell onto a garbage Read more
Freedom of movement can be taken for granted. But when movement is painful and restricted, it can impact greatly on many aspects of life. Frozen shoulder is a restriction of movement of the shoulder, often accompanied by pain. It is usually caused by injury or repeated strain. It can also be post-surgical. People suffering with Read more
Aislynn Moses of Rose Bay NSW writes: “This is a story of another Bowen miracle, a testament to the power of the body to heal itself given the right ‘prompts.’ Clancy Dunn came to see me a few weeks ago in crippling pain and desperation, after several doctors and countless tests could find no reason for his condition. Read more
Thank you to Kate, Cooper’s mother, who has kindly written the first part of this story. Kate: ”Cooper was born at 27 weeks and 2 days – 3 months early. The added complication with his early birth was that his mother’s waters had broken 6 weeks earlier. This left his tiny lungs with little fluid to help Read more
“From the moment Ossie gave me the gift of the Psoas Procedure in 1991 – I have used its mastery literally hundreds of times, whether it be first visit, second visit, or whichever visit is appropriate. However this priceless little gem depends on the support of the Kidney and Respiratory Procedures (all of which have attachments Read more
“People ask, ‘what is the Bowen Technique?’ It is a system of gentle but powerful soft tissue, mobilisations using the thumbs and fingers over muscles, tendons, nerves, and fascia to restore the self-healing mechanism of the body. People are amazed at the sensations they feel after a Bowen session. Tom Bowen, the founder of the Read more
Ossie and Elaine Rentsch are interviewed on Good Morning New Zealand TV. They’re joined by Kali Barton, who suffers from frozen shoulder for a short demonstration with noticeable results. To find a Bowen practitioner in Australia, visit http://www.bowen.org.au To train in Bowen in Australia, visit http://www.bowentraining.com.au/bowen-therapy-courses/bowen-students
“You don’t need to be a techno-whizz to use & enjoy the visual 3D anatomy apps available for the iPad. There are many anatomy apps available for iPad and other tablets. I find the best ones allow you to peel the layers of muscles right back to the bones. This makes for easy, visual learning, Read more
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