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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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


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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A Bowen perspective worth considering

                  One way to Develop a Successful Practitioner-Oriented Bowen Therapy Clinic Originally published in the September 2015 edition of Bowen Hands, The Journal of the Bowen Therapy Academy of Australia. — Written by BTA Instructor, Michael Quinlivan “Have you ever wondered how some Bowen practitioners have built a […]

September 16, 2015 in Practitioners by


Learn Bowen Therapy for the family

A touching story  from the Philippines, of a daughter who learned Bowen therapy to support and treat her father, who has Parkinson’s Disease. Mum learned too, and through their study and practice, they are now able to help the whole family. Their teacher, Rita Hart-Smith writes: “Perhaps the most gratifying thing for me as a […]

September 11, 2013 in General Bowen Info, Training by


Inspired by my friend Clyde

“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 […]

May 14, 2013 in Practitioners by

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In defence of the Psoas… the priceless Bowen gem!

“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 […]

February 12, 2013 in Practitioners by

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Stacey’s amazing recovery – was this Bowen?

“This is Stacey, 36 years old, mother of 11 year old son Bradley, and newly married to my brother Brent in 2011. Stacey, Brent and Bradley are avid hikers. In April of 2012, just 4 months pregnant, her world changed drastically. She suffered a brain haemorrhage. Emergency surgery was performed. On day 3 I arrived at the hospital to see Stacey on supports. She had […]

November 27, 2012 in Practitioners by

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Applying the Bowen Technique – A Video by John Wilks

A short sample from the DVD series “Applying the Bowen Technique” by UK Bowen Therapist & Teacher John Wilks. The aim of the DVD series is to show how to apply the Bowen Technique in the real world. They give tips on how to asses your clients, how to give feedback, how to ask the […]

November 14, 2012 in Practitioners, Training by

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“Be Wear”

Beware of bra straps, girdles and tight knickers. In the day to day running of my clinic, some conditions keep cropping up. I’ve no doubt many of you would have become aware of the above hazards. For those who haven’t, the following signs often indicate one of them is the culprit. With ladies who have tennis or […]

November 29, 2011 in Practitioners by


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