Suffer from chronic aches and pains, and / or restricted range of movement?
Find that GP prescribed pain relieving medications have no effect?
Have concerns that medical investigations such as X-rays and scans show no abnormalities, but you remain worried about your health?
Feel tired, unmotivated and have a poor sleep pattern?
Suffer from headaches?
Have a sluggish or over active digestion?
Worry that your lifestyle i.e. work, leisure, exercise etc are compromised?
Feel stressed, depressed or generally unhappy?
If you answer yes to any of these questions you may benefit from Bowen Therapy. In this article, Therapist Jen Webster explains how her treatment may help change your life.
Many of my clients make an appointment in desperation, usually presenting with a painful back, shoulder or neck for example, or with a specific concern that has not been resolved despite constant visits to the doctors. Without exception lifestyle is affected.
A Bowen Treatment includes sensitive questioning, including taking a full medical history, this often reveals further issues and concerns that can be effectively dealt with during a course of treatments.
The aim is to achieve sustainable improvements, both physically and mentally, therefore allowing the client to resume a full and active life.
The best compliment that I receive is when clients come back after a month or two for a Bowen ‘ top up’ treatment saying, ‘Thank you, I now have my life back.’
About Bowen Therapy.
The Bowen Technique is a unique and highly effective, gentle hands-on treatment. It is attuned to the holistic approach to health and wellbeing where the body’s natural balance is recognised as being fundamental to enjoying good health.
During a session the therapist is not trying to make the body change, but prompting the body to make it’s own changes. The body, therefore, does most of the work itself.
How is this achieved?
This hands on approach works deeply on the fascia layer – an important structure of connective tissue that surrounds muscles, nerves, bloods vessels and indeed, all structures under your skin, including all the organs. The fascia binds some structures together and allows others to glide smoothly over each other.
By stimulating this vital layer the tissues are able to effectively process nutrients, water and nerve signals thereby promoting the healing process.
For further information please contact;
Jen Webster (BSc, Cert ECBS, Adv NST, MBTPA, CNHC reg.)
Bowen Therapist at The White House | Upper High Street | Thame
M: 07768 188664
Note: Bowen Therapy is not a substitute for medical advice or treatment.