A day in the life of James Ellison BSB (British Super Bikes) Rider
A day in the life of…
So now that things have settled down a little I thought id write a blog to let everyone know what I’ve been up to recently. The first round at Brands Hatch Easter weekend was certainly one I will remember for many reasons, one of them being it was the first time id had a double podium since 2010, we had somewhat of an up and down season last year so to bag a double podium at my first meeting with a new team and a new bike gave me a heap of confidence, especially considering I got the first podium from 16th on the grid and with an injury sustained in qualifying that later turned out to be a cracked pelvis with internal muscle bleeding and bruising!
April May 2009
TechniqueExercise induced tachycardia
by Paula Esson and Janie
Technique practitioner and teacher Paula Esson has described an unusual
application of Bowen for one of her very sporty clients.
Steve originally went to see her on
recommendation from other sports players.
MASSAGE WORLD –
Bowen Technique & Sports – A Winning
By Alastair Rattray
my phone rang one day, I was surprised to find a well-known international
footballer from a London First Division club on the line. “Can you give me a Bowen treatment as soon as
possible?” he asked. It would have been
less of a surprise if he had asked for a massage, as footballers are addicted
THE PUBLICATION FOR PROFESSIONALS SEEKING SPORTING EXCELLENCE
SPORTS INJURY – PREVENTION
IS THE BEST CURE
by Julian Baker, Director and Principal Instructor,
European College of Bowen Studies
As I started to write this article,a doubt crept into my mind. Perhaps I am
preaching to an audience already converted to the concept of injury
prevention. In some respects this may be
true, as a simple Google search under ‘sports injury prevention’ yielded some
sixteen million results.
Trade Journal - Issue 49
Nov Dec 2007
TechniqueEndurance – Bowen and the
1000 Mile Challenge by Janie Godfrey
On Sunday, 2 March 2003, six contestants started off from The Mall
in London to “travel unaided” one mile every hour for 1000 hours along the
London Marathon route, after which they would run the London Marathon itself an
hour after finishing the Challenge, six weeks later on Sunday 13 April.