Muscle Pain & Stress Relief Specialist

Bowen Therapy Melbourne

Fitzroy & North Fitzroy

 

Kickstart your journey to a healthy body and mind

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What are the types of treatments are available?

What conditions can be helped?

Physical issues

 

  • Aches and pains

  • Chronic pain

  • Injuries or trauma

  • Back pain

  • Sciatica

  • Shoulder pain

  • Tennis or Golfer's elbow

  • Fibromyalgia

  • Asthma

  • TMJ syndrome

  • Leg and foot pain (plantar fasciitis)

  • Posture and alignment

 

Health imbalances

 

The body's biochemistry makes sure that all of the organs and tissues are working well. Imbalances not only affect our body but also impact on our emotions and our mood.

  • Hormonal issues

  • Allergies and Intolerances

  • Sluggish Immune System

 

Emotional

  • Stress

  • Anxiety

  • Grief

  • Relationship issues

  • Depression

  • Lack of vitality or direction

  • Lack of motivation

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Therapy for your Muscles with Bowen Therapy & Kinesiology

Bowen Therapy

What is Bowen Therapy?

Bowen Therapy is a form of soft-tissue bodywork that is applied through lightweight clothing or directly to the skin.

 

The Bowen technique involves gentle stretching and intergration moves accross fascia and trigger points that influence the soft tissue and facilitate self-healing.

 

SMART Bowen is an interpretation of the technique named after Tom Bowen, a highly successful Australian therapist who developed the technique and practiced in Geelong in the early sixties. Interpretations of the modality have been practiced world-wide now for over 50 years and are based on the discovery that many causes for musculoskeletal, neurological, neuromuscular and other health or pain problems could be found in the soft tissue or fascia.

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Check out this video

 

Below is a video of Brian Smart, Founder of SMART Bowen Therapy explaining SMART Bowen Therapy.

 

Brian is Co- Director and CEO of Smart Bowen Pty Ltd and Principal Instructor / Co-ordinator for the people training programs.  

Brian’s interpretation of the human Bowen technique he learnt in 1992 that was based on the work of the late Thomas Ambrose Bowen (1916 – 1982) of Geelong in Victoria, Australia. Brian’s qualifications include a Diploma of Remedial Massage, Certificate in Trigger Point Therapy, Bowen Therapy, and Advanced Life Support Ambulance Officer.  Brians ongoing interest in Acupuncture influences largely developments in the Bowen programs. Brian runs a busy practice with Lea, his patients are of the two legged variety:), as well as teaching and adminstration duties.

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Bowen Therapy

 

Benefits musculoskeletal issues, lymphatic health,  

acute or chronic pain or injuries.

 

Bowen is as a form of soft tissue bodywork for pain relief, alignment, relaxation, detoxification and to support good health.

 

 

Bowen Therapy incorporating Kinesiology

 

Our physical muscle tension and misalignments are often a result of stress. Even misaligments from an old injury can cause discomfort or pain as our nervous system is contiuously reinforcing old patterns of motion.

Complementing the physical treatment of Bowen therapy we can use techniques such as acupressure and vibrational and energetic healing tools to help break those patterns, bringing your body back to its original nature and healing abilities.

 

You might notice that many of those old programs not always cause pain. Many misaligments result in a lack of energy and vitality continously draining the body's resources.

This often results in digestive issues, trouble sleeping, reduced immunity, restlessness or fatigue and other health issues.

 

A session is always aimed towards the imbalance but also aims to address and release the underlying causes of the issue.

 

Balanced muscles and the release of old nervous patterns create more energy, vitality, ease and lets the body function at its fullest potential.

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