Updates & Articles2020-12-16T13:35:06+00:00

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Bowen Breaks by Julian Baker

Why leaving the room is important. Fundamental to the Bowen Technique are the breaks and for me there is no Bowen without the breaks; they are the thing that makes the difference to the client, the therapis and the therapy.  But why? First and [...]

Tuesday 17 November 2020|

Growing up with Bowen

It’s a strange thing to realise as an adult that the experiences you thought were perfectly normal growing up were in fact - not that normal. You mean all children aren’t covered in an apple cider vinegar soaked tea towel and cling film when [...]

Friday 28 August 2020|

Talking confidently about Bowen

Talking Confidently About Bowen Sarah is one of our newest tutors here at CBS, and she believes that one of the key elements to growing a successful therapy business is not just about knowing the moves for your therapy, but about being able to [...]

Thursday 20 August 2020|

Hydration in Bowen

The Importance of Good Hydration Following a Bowen Session Water is essential for life and it is important to take in the correct amount of fluid to be healthy.  Water makes up a large proportion of the body – an average of 60% of [...]

Thursday 30 July 2020|

Covid Control measures

h This is an old post and information may now be out of date. h What is Covid-19 or Coronavirus ? Coronavirus disease ( Covid – 19) is an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. Most people infected with the Covid-19 virus will experience [...]

Monday 22 June 2020|

The History of the Bowen Technique

The Bowen Technique is a gentle therapy applied to areas of the body using thumbs and fingers in a specific process or order.The move is a rolling-type move of the thumbs and forefingers and is designed to stimulate nerve pathways which allow a ‘conversation’ to take place [...]

Tuesday 5 November 2019|

The Origins of The Bowen Technique

What is The Bowen Technique? A remedial therapy in which the practitioner uses thumbs and forefingers on precise points on the body to make rolling type moves which gently stimulate the muscles, soft tissue and energy within the body. These moves prompt the body to make the [...]

Monday 7 October 2019|

Tips for Starting a Career in Bowen Therapy

Do you have a background in healthcare but feel in a rut? Are you looking to branch away from the norm and explore new healthcare avenues? Perhaps you have no prior knowledge of healthcare whatsoever but are developing a growing interest in complementary health, are caring by [...]

Thursday 5 September 2019|

The Bowen Years

After 30 years plodding away at learning, teaching, learning more teaching and still learning the thing that we all call The Bowen Technique, I find that there is still a lack of general knowledge out there about Bowen.  I would say that most therapists or those [...]

Tuesday 5 February 2019|

Introducing Our New Website

The College of Bowen Studies are delighted to finally unveil our brand new website! Our new website has been specifically designed to be much more visually appealing, with our courses and workshops now easier to find than ever before. Not only does our site look much cleaner [...]

Monday 7 January 2019|

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