The Bowen technique is a soft tissue remedial therapy, named after its innovator Tom Bowen.
The technique involves the therapist using fingers or thumbs to move over muscle, ligament tendon and fascia in various parts of the body.
The work is very subtle, relaxing and gentle involving no hard or prolonged pressure. During a session the client will lie on a therapy table or bed, although the work can be effectively carried out with the client in a chair.
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