Bowen Body Decoding

A Q&A with Georgi Ilchev, Senior Bowtech Instructor (Bulgaria) What is Bowen Body Decoding and how can it improve your practice? Bowen Body Decoding is a ‘turning point’ class for every Bowen therapist. The workshop offers valuable information and skills in how to determine the primary cause or dysfunction as well as solutions for treatment. […]

September 3, 2018 in Practitioners, Training by

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Bowenwork for Women’s Wellness and People Living with Cancer

A post by US Instructor, Sandra Gustafson Hello everyone, I am really looking forward to returning to Australia in August and sharing Bowenwork for ‘Women’s Wellness’ and ‘People Living with Cancer’ with practitioners! I will be teaching in Hobart, Sydney, Cairns and Brisbane. In each class, I will be bringing 26 years of clinical experience […]

May 24, 2018 in Practitioners, Training by


The Bowtech Teaching Program

N.B. The views expressed in this article are the personal thoughts of the author. They are not designed to be a criticism of any particular approach to Bowen but rather to spark a discussion about the pros and cons of very different approaches to the work.  Bowen is a very new therapy and although our understanding […]

April 3, 2018 in Practitioners, Training by

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Bowen therapy and ‘optimal fetal positioning’

John Wilks tours Australia in February 2018 UK Instructor John Wilks will travel to Perth, Melbourne, Brisbane and Sydney to teach 2 workshops: Pregnancy and Birth: How Bowen practitioners can help achieve the best possible outcome for mother and baby (Taught by John Wilks and Lina Clerke) The Secret Life of Fascia One of the […]

October 12, 2017 in Practitioners, Training by


Bowen therapy and fascia

The Bowen Technique has a very specific effect on fascia, which is the tissue that surrounds organs, muscles, and muscle fibres etc. and creates a network in the body.  Primarily, Bowen moves are made directly on muscles (although some moves are also performed on tendons, ligaments, joints and nerves), but because all these structures are […]

October 6, 2017 in Practitioners, Training by



New Bowen Therapy Podcast What’s the BowenBuzz? Launched in November 2016, it’s the first podcast dedicated to Bowen therapy and Bowen therapists worldwide. It’s an online space for information about Bowen therapy and related topics for Bowen therapists, clients and anyone interested in Bowen therapy or soft-tissue therapies in general. Your host, Bowen Training Australia trainer, Chris […]

May 17, 2017 in General Bowen Info, Practitioners, Training by

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Kelly Clancy returns to Australia in 2017

We are excited to announce that US Bowenwork Instructor and Occupational Therapist, Kelly Clancy is returning to Australia in March-April 2017 to teach her workshop series, Tensegrity Medicine™. Offered in two parts, these two-day Tensegrity and Fascial assessment workshops are designed for the Bowen practitioner looking for cutting edge assessment tools that allow a more […]

November 11, 2016 in Practitioners, Training by


Chronic conditions and Bowenwork… Alexia Monroe visiting Australia in 2016

Senior US Bowenwork instructor Alexia Monroe is visiting Australia for the International Conference in Cairns where she is offering her continuing education workshop “Chronic Conditions and Bowenwork.” Additionally she is offering this workshop in Sydney on 20-21 August. Alexia holds almost 50 years experience in a wide range of healing modalities. Since learning Bowenwork from Ossie and Elaine in 1993 however, she […]

May 18, 2016 in Practitioners, Training by

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Tell me again, how does Bowen work?

A Bowen move activates the following mechanisms to reset the body to heal itself. 1. Stretch reflex — most Bowen moves are done either at the origin, insertion or belly of the muscles where the golgi cells’ receptors are located, informing the nervous systems on the state of tension, length or stretch in the musculotendinous […]

March 23, 2015 in General Bowen Info, Training by

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Chronic conditions and Bowenwork

#482912311 / “Someone’s in pain. We care. What do we really have to offer, what do we really have to give? Everything, it turns out. Everything.” Ram Dass and Paul Gorman This article by USA instructor Alexia Monroe was published in the June 2014 issue of Bowen Hands. “Have you ever heard the phrase, […]

July 23, 2014 in Practitioners, Training by


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