• Bowen for foot and ankle problems
  • Bowen Therapy to relieve neck pain
  • The Bowen Therapy 'move'
  • Bowen Technique for children
  • Treatment suitable for everyone
  • Bowen Therapy for 'sciatica'
  • Bowen Technique for shoulder problems
  • Bowen Technique used for knee pain
  • Bowen used with respiratory problems
  • Bowen Therapy for hip pain
  • Bowen Therapy for general relaxation
  • Bowen Technique for frozen shoulder
  • Bowen used to treat pregnancy pains
  • Bowen Therapy used for elbow pain

The Bowen Therapy Professional Association (BTPA) is the independent, professional organisation for Bowen Therapy / Bowen Technique practitioners.


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Bowen Therapy Professional Association (BTPA)

BTPA is an autonomous non profit-making organisation run by Bowen Therapists for Bowen Therapists. The association provides a Constitution, Ethics and Code of Practice to help our members work professionally. BTPA assesses and accredits new courses for members' Continual Professional Development (CPD). BTPA promotes Bowen Therapy through funding and attending conferences and exhibitions, organising 'Bowen Study programmes', social media and press articles.

BTPA Blog about Bowen Therapy

Women between the ages of 25 and 34 are said to be the most stressed.

April is National Stress Awareness Month and, according to a survey carried out by Kalms, climbing the career ladder, being a parent, paying the mortgage and trying to maintain a social life all trigger higher stress levels in women aged 25-34.

The study also concluded that, over a year, the average Brit gets stressed 208 times and men and women tend to worry about different things.

Neil Shah, Director of the Stress Management Society said: “Women worry more about bills and finances, and juggling their time, but men are more concerned about working long hours and debt.”

The Bowen Technique is a natural, drug-free, non-invasive, complementary therapy that can help combat stress.

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Bowen Articles

Shropshire Review, April 2016

Shropshire Review, April 2016

For years I have suffered with a painful neck and shoulders, which a couple of years ago led to a frozen shoulder. So when county Bowen therapist Kate Fullerlove offered to see if she could help, I had nothing to lose.

Bowen is a hands-on therapy which aims to let the body heal itself. The theory is that the body will recognise problems and imbalance and make the necessary changes to bring it back to a state of equilibrium. Suitable for all ages, it can also help with emotional stress, and improve the quality of life for the terminally ill.

Symptoms which have been reported to respond include everything from headaches to foot problems, sciatica to digestive conditions. Among those who have used Bowen are TV adventurer Bear Grylls....

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