Bowtech

Bowtech is a body therapy that was developed by the late Tom Bowen, who lived in Geelong, Victoria. Bowtech (also known as the Bowen Technique) is now a globally recognised modality, with 26,000 practitioners worldwide by 2009.

The technique can assist with:

-          Back pain

-          Sciatica

-          Knee, ankle and foot problems

-          Neck problems

-          Shoulder problems

-          Respiratory problems

-          RSI, tennis elbow, carpal tunnel syndrome

-          Headaches, migraines.

Gentle purposeful ‘moves’ are performed over muscles and connective tissue (over tendons, ligaments and nerves). This sends a message via nerve receptors to help the body return to a balanced state.  The technique addresses the whole body, including the fascia, nerves, musculo-skeletal system and internal organs. It also assists with circulation, lymphatic drainage, assimilation of nutrients and removal of toxins.

Naomi is a qualified Bowtech practitioner, and is an accredited member of the Bowen Therapy Academy of Australia and a member of the Bowen Association of Australia.