Bowenwork is a system of touch that initiates a series of responses through stimulation of the nervous, musculoskeletal, and fascial systems and the energetic pathways.
Practitioners perform a sequence of small movements on specific points on the body, interspersed with rest periods. The Bowenwork moves stimulate... > > Learn More
Bowenwork is gentle on the body, effective and appropriate for anyone to receive, including newborns, highly trained athletes, pregnant women and the elderly. Each person responds differently to a Bowenwork session, according to his or her own body’s need and ability to heal. Conditions that are seen to respond well include... > Learn more
Of all bodywork modalities, Bowenwork is perhaps one of the gentlest on the practitioner as well as one of the most effective. With its minimalist application of gentle/subtle moves, professional Bowenwork practitioners can be more effective, with more clients, and even see multiple clients at once, without getting injured or burned out. Casual Bowenworkers can bring deep relief to friends and family through minimal touch.... Learn more
The word is spreading – Bowenwork is effective, beneficial for every body and everyone can learn to apply the technique. The Academy’s vision to bring Tom Bowen’s unique bodywork to the world is becoming a reality every day. Read the latest news here. Learn more
American Bowen Academy, formerly Bowenwork Academy USA
The American Bowen Academy is the only internationally recognized organization in the U.S. that offers certification, provides standardized, high quality training, and supports current and future Bowenwork practitioners and instructors with resources and opportunities in an expanding healthcare field. People of all ages respond to Bowenwork according to what their bodies need. Bowenwork is extremely effective in helping with a variety of acute and chronic ailments, including back pain, sciatica, neck and shoulder pain, fibromyalgia and other conditions that often do not respond to more conventional approaches. Find out more about the benefits of Bowenwork, and search for a practitioner in your area.
Disclaimer: While the terms "treat", "treatment", "patient" and "diagnose" may be used in other countries, or in other health-care professions, Bowenwork® practitioners in the United States neither diagnose nor treat. We assess our client's condition and address client concerns by facilitating relaxation and balance in the body.