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“For the last several years I have suffered from severe, debilitating migraines. One migraine I had was particularly painful and my migraine medicines were not helping. I could barely move. I called Peter to see if there is anything he could do to help with my migraine. Peter saw me immediately. His Bowen technique helped to alleviate the pain and discomfort of my migraine and my migraine passed within a short time of my treatment. Thank you Peter!”

– Autumn

The Bowen Therapy Principle (hereinafter BTP) is a move to encircle the entire muscle/soft tissue/ligament/tendon/fascae/viscera at an area of pain/discomfort that is stressed.  The BPT allows for greater surface of the muscle/soft tissue/ligament/tendon/fascae/viscera to be stimulated to create physiological changes in the body which will relax the stressed muscle/soft tissue/ligament/tendon/fascae/viscera and allow the body to make adjustments in surrounding muscular structures as well as skeletal structures.  Thus, the body becomes more balanced, the flow of the body is regained, the structure of the body is restored, the chemistry of the organs is recovered and emotional and mental energies are released.  The client may feel release of pain and discomfort, lightness, tingling sensations and an openness to the body.

The BPT can be applied practically anywhere in the muscle structure of the body for Advanced and Optimal Treatment of a muscle/soft tissue/ligament/tendon/fascae/viscera which is stressed, tight and with tension.

Including but not limited to:

  • Migraines
  • Head aches
  • TMJ disorder (Temporomandibular Joint Disorder)

And may even be applied to Advanced work on the following:

  • Deep paraspinals
  • Back-shu
  • Abdominal disorders
  • Torso maladaptive disorders
  • Vagus
  • Pelvis
  • Groin
  • Lymphatic
  • Psoas
  • Shoulder
  • Neck
  • Scapula
  • Arm
  • Sciatic
  • Sacrum
  • Vastus lateralis
  • Sartorius
  • Shin
  • Tibialis posterior

What do I wear?

Loose comfortable clothing. In order to be effective in the technique, therapists must be able to feel the muscles and be able to work through the clothing. Therefore heavy thick clothing such as jeans, khakis, etc. is not advised, nor are nylons. Appropriate clothing such as gym shorts, t-shirts, leggings, etc. are preferable.