Accredited Practitioner of the Bowen Technique awarded 28th June 2007 by European College of Bowen Studies
Level three Diploma in Anatomy and Physiology accreditation QCA February 2008
Accredited Practitioner of Equine Bowen Therapy awarded 16th October 2011 at Distinction by European College of Equine Bowen Studies
Neuro-structural integrated technique completed advanced level June 2013 International Institute of Applied Health Service.
I am a fully qualified Bowen Therapist using the neuro-structural integrated technique and I am also a committee member of the Bowen Therapist Professional Association (BTPA). This gives you the comfort and security of continual professional development and proficiency of my work. I have been lucky enough to find Bowen and start my own exciting adventure as a human and equine Bowen Therapist. It seemed logical to combine my life experience and passions into one and create a career from aspects that I live my life by. My intention is to use this technique as much as possible, on as many people and horses as possible, and to provide a more holistic approach to therapy. To be a source of information on whole health to include nutrition, tissue salts alongside my treatment. This gives me the skills that contribute towards happier, healthier lifestyles. My aim is to spread the word that Bowen Therapy is widely available and a viable and accessible treatment option in many different scenarios.
Bowen allows the body to make the change it needs to make. It means trusting that, with the right kind of stimulation, the body can be prompted to make changes on any level - whether that change is physical, emotional or psychological, in order to bring about positive improvements in health. When we allow the body to make the changes that it needs to make, rather than imposing our own judgment as to what needs to be changed, then we are being truly holistic.