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This section is designed to provide quick answers to some of the questions most often asked about Bodymechanic Bowen Therapy.

Unlike traditional massage, Bowen Therapy is a distinct soft tissue therapy that focuses on rebalancing the body. It involves precise moves on specific points of the body, influencing both the fascia and the nervous system. This approach helps in resetting muscle memory and promoting overall healing.

Each Bowen session is tailored to your individual needs, typically lasting 30 minutes to an hour. The number of sessions required varies depending on your specific condition and overall health.

Yes, Bowen Therapy is performed over light, loose clothing. This ensures comfort and maximises the effectiveness of the therapy.

Your first session involves a consultation to understand your health concerns, followed by Bowen Therapy. We’ll also provide personalised advice on exercises and stretches (if required). Sessions are typically 45 minutes long, focusing on holistic healing rather than diagnosing or treating specific illnesses.

Bowen Therapy is versatile, addressing issues like sciatica, back pain, sports injuries, migraines, digestive disorders, and more. It’s effective in post-operative recovery and helps in managing chronic conditions.

Absolutely! Bowen Therapy is safe and beneficial for individuals of all ages, including the elderly, pregnant women, and newborns.

Post-treatment, you might experience a range of reactions like stiffness, occasional pain, or emotional changes, indicating your body’s healing process. We recommend staying hydrated and avoiding strenuous activities for optimal healing.

Post-treatment, it’s advisable to drink plenty of water, avoid sitting for long periods, and engage in light movements. Avoid using heat or cold treatments on the affected areas for a few days after your session.

Our pricing reflects the varying needs and session durations for different age groups, ensuring each client receives tailored and affordable care.

 

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