The Original Bowen Technique  is a dynamic system of muscle and connective tissue therapy. Offers tremendous benefit to clients with very little effort on the part of the practitioner

50min - €40



A Bowtech session consists of a series of mild movements, which are applied to the body of the patient. Between each series of movements, there is a pause of 2-5 minutes, depending on the response of the patient’s body. These movements are mild, rolling and are applied to the muscles, tendons and connective tissue.

Pauses are an integral part of each session. After the movements, the body takes some time to send the messages and activate the mechanisms that will help it in the treatment. With pauses, then, it wins this time and so without forcing it, it can effortlessly begin to “work” and respond to healing. Every movement that runs on the body is a stimulus.



The Bowen Technique offers tremendous benefit to clients with very little effort on the part of the practitioner. It can provide relief for many types of injuries and other health problems, both acute and chronic, and it does so holistically, via the body’s innate healing mechanisms. The practitioner’s moves deliver signals to the nervous system at specific locations (on muscles, tendons, ligaments, or nerves), and the body responds in its own time, within its vital capacity. While there are a few, very specific situations in which a particular ‘procedure’ is contraindicated, the Bowen Technique is appropriate for people of all ages, in all degrees of health.

When faced with an acute injury, a Bowen practitioner may effectively apply the work to address only the traumatized areas, since the client has had little time to compensate for, and accommodate, the injury. However, most practitioners find themselves working with clients whose conditions have developed gradually over many years, and patterns of dysfunctional muscle recruitment and posture have become entrenched over time. In these cases, Bowen practitioners often need to take a more ‘whole-body’ approach to facilitate optimal alignment and recovery.

During a session, the client often drops into deep relaxation or falls asleep, and loud peristalsis may be heard. Both of these changes are indications of a profound release from stress and a shift towards parasympathetic influence. This shift could explain, in part, the common observation that a Bowen Technique session seems to reactivate the recovery process in situations where healing from trauma, sickness or surgery has stalled or reached a plateau.