In celebration of International Bowen Therapy Week taking place between 11th – 17th April and the Tom Bowen Birthday Centennial on 18th April, Bowen Therapist, Jen Webster is running a FREE Children’s Clinic on Saturday 16th April and Sunday 17th April (by appointment only).
Jen would like to give preference to babies and children under the age of 10, with particular availability to those with any form of disability.
Bowen has been able to help a variety of conditions such as colic, bedwetting, eczema, headaches and anxiety, ADHD and hay fever.
The Benefits include:
- Healthier children with better concentration
- Improved sleeping patterns
- Enhanced motor control and behaviour leading to happier, quieter, more relaxed children
A child’s Bowen Therapy is very gentle. Many report finding it a pleasant and relaxing experience. All treatments are carried out through light clothing whilst the parent/carer remains in the room. Some childhood conditions may require regular Bowen sessions.
The Tom Bowen Legacy Trust Fund: The TBLTF (UK) is a non-profit making organisation set up to help children with disabilities. It provides grants for equipment to children that have received Bowen Therapy. In last month’s issue of Look Local we wrote about a gorgeous little boy, Josh (pictured left with his baby brother. Photo credit: Laura Witherden Photography), who is now the proud owner of an iPad, with a gooseneck holder thanks to the TBLTF. He is also eagerly awaiting the delivery of a swing.
His Mummy, Claire, reports
‘this has been nothing short of life changing for us all’
To celebrate International Bowen Week Jen is pledging £1.00 for every client she see’s, in April, to the TBLTF.
For further information about International Bowen Therapy Week or to book a Bowen Therapy appointment for your child contact, Jen Webster (BSc, Cert ECBS, Adv NST, MBTPA, CNHC reg.);
T: 07768 188664