Maternal & Newborn care
The Bowenwork offers unique and exciting possibilities in optimising the outcome of both mother and baby in the preconception, prenatal, labour and delivery and post partum situations. This article by Sandra Gustafson highlights how and why this technique is so successful.
History of Bowenwork
Tom Bowen was born in 1916 in the state of Victoria, Australia. Tom did not receive any specific education in healing arts. Higher education was a luxury item for most families in those days, picking up the pieces after the 2 world wars.
Nurse to Nurse Vol 02 Issue 08
proactive interactive nursing magazine, produced by nurses, for nurses
THE BOWEN TECHNIQUEremarkable results with
By Alastair Rattray and Janie
changed my life. I no longer live with
back pain and do not have to worry about asthma attacks with my daughter or
watch her fight to get her breath.
Trade Journal - Issue 40
May June 2006
The Bowen Technique
anxiety and behavioural problems by Janie Godfrey
It is always very upsetting to see children struggling
with anxiety, panic and worry, often expressing their turmoil through difficult
behaviour. This only compounds their
problems as it alarms and annoys those around them and they are often excluded
from peer groups.