Focused Study courses provide a deeper exploration of specific topics such as applying Bowenwork to particular client populations, gaining a deeper understanding of the human body, or building your practice. Click the course names to see details.
Prerequisites apply for all continuing education classes.
Additional Contact Classes and Review of the Basic Work
Associate Instructor Training (Alexia Monroe/Nancy Pierson/Karin Twohig)
Bowenwork for the Professional Practitioner (Abby LaRock)
Bowenwork for People Living with Cancer (Sandra Gustafson)
Bowenwork for Women’s Wellness (Sandra Gustafson)
Bowenwork Tensegrity and the Fascial Lines-Three Part Series (Kelly Clancy)
Chronic Conditions and Bowenwork (Alexia Monroe)
Deep Anatomy: Exploring Structure and Choice (Nancy Pierson) *
Deep Anatomy of Modules 11 and 12 (Nancy Pierson)
Dissection for Bowen Workers (Nancy Pierson)
Fresh Cadaver Dissection for Bowenwork Practitioners (Kelly Clancy)
Kinesiology Taping and Bowenwork (Abby LaRock)
Mind Body Bowen (Anne Schubert & Margaret Spicer)
Pathology 101 (Abby LaRock)
The Lymphatic System and Bowenwork (Nancy Pierson)
*Deep Anatomy counts as 16 hours towards the 100 hr minimum Anatomy and Physiology requirement.
Animal Bowen Classes
Anatomy by the Modules* (Nancy Pierson)
Anatomy and Physiology for Bowenworkers (Nancy Pierson)
Anatomy and Physiology Online Plus (Essential Training Solutions)
Bowen Career Success Online (Alexia Monroe) **
Building Bowen Buzz (Vicki Mechner)
Independent Study for Students and Practitioners (Nancy Pierson/Karin Twohig)
Knowledge of Anatomy and Physiology-100 hours (Essential Training Solutions)
Mind / Body Medicine Webinar Series: Activate the Inner Physician (Kelly Clancy)
Online Pathology-60 hours (Ruth Werner)
Online Postural Assessment (Kelly Clancy)
Online Workplace Hygiene, Health and Safety (Sandra Gustafson)
*Anatomy by the Modules counts as six hours towards the 100-hour minimum Anatomy and Physiology requirement.
** Bowen Career Success also fulfills the 20-hour business training requirement.
Bowenwork Procedure classes count as contact hours and many count as review of the basic work.
Bowenwork satisfies some other organizations’ continuing education requirements. For example:
American Bowen Academy is recognized as an approved continuing education provider by American Occupational Therapy Association (Provider #7074), California Board of Registered Nursing (Provider #CEP15344), Oregon Board of Naturopathic Medicine (Provider #PDP-BOW) and National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (Provider #393313-00). Continuing education credit is given for all module classes and designated Bowtech-endorsed courses. Each day is equivalent to eight contact hours.
For questions about the recognition of Bowenwork classes for other professional credentialing bodies, contact USAdmin@AmericanBowen.Academy.