Bowen Therapy & Tensegrity Medicine™

Recently I attended a 4 day Bowen Therapy and Tensegrity Medicine™ course with Kelly Clancy, a Bowen Practitioner and Occupational Therapist from Seattle. Kelly is the owner of the  Seattle Centre for Structural Medicine and Northwest School of Structural Therapy. I found this course to be simply AMAZING! With my love of fascia, I am so happy [...]

By |2017-06-16T05:03:21+00:00April 28th, 2017|Blog, Bowen Therapy, Muscle tension|0 Comments

Key Differences between Aromatherapy & Remedial Massage

I have been doing some research on people’s definition of Aromatherapy and if they know much about the benefits and how it works? Some people dabble in it and use essential oils around the home, whilst now days there is an increasing number of people becoming part of certain MLM groups, using the oils on themselves, [...]

Case Study (part 1): Bowen Therapy & Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder also known as adhesive capsulitis occurs as a result of inflammation of the glenohumeral joint and its surrounding capsule. The pain results in marked limitations of all movements[i]. A lady 60 years old presented to my clinic with frozen shoulder (left shoulder). On testing her range of movement (ROM) she could not get [...]

By |2017-06-16T06:13:20+00:00November 10th, 2016|Blog, Bowen Therapy, Muscle tension|1 Comment

The Psoas Muscle

Of all the muscles in the human body (let’s face it, there are so many.....approximately 640), the psoas muscle has to be one of my favourite. When we think about our muscles, generally we think of them contracting and relaxing and helping us move. After all muscles help us walk, sit and stand, and whilst [...]

By |2017-06-16T06:13:51+00:00October 20th, 2016|Blog, Bowen Therapy, Muscle tension|0 Comments