Bowen Therapy Courses
Whether looking for a new career, change of direction or adding a new modality to what you currently practice, learning Bowenwork gives you a wonderful opportunity to work holistically with your clients.
Christos Miliankos is a qualified trainer and assessor in the Certificate IV of Bowen Therapy (10533NAT) and Diploma of Specialised Bowen Therapy (10534NAT), delivered by Bowen Training Australia (RTO#41134). The classes are fun, create an understanding of human anatomy, proficiency in the Bowen Technique and open up potential new career possibilities.
This dynamic technique is easy to learn and can be applied with great effect immediately after the first class.
Bowen therapy Teaching Schedule
|Module 1 (CERT IV) - Melb VIC||15-16 July 2017
|Modules 3 & 4 (CERT IV) - Melb VIC||10-13 August 2017
|Modules 5 & 6 (CERT IV) - Melb VIC||16-19 November 2017
|Module 7 (CERT IV) - Melb VIC||8-9 February 2018
|Module 8 (DIP) - Melb VIC||20-22 April 2018
|Module 11 (DIP) - Melb VIC||28-30 July 2017
|Module 12 (DIP) - Melb VIC||10-11 November 2017
What is Bowen Therapy?
Bowen Therapy is a gentle and profound treatment for the whole body. It is often called the “Homeopathy of Bodywork”, it utilizes subtle inputs to the body, stimulating the body to heal itself, often profoundly. Tom Bowen developed this technique in the 1950s in Geelong, Australia. He became interested in ways to alleviate human suffering and began to notice that certain moves on the body had particular effects. In 1974, Oswald Rentsch meet Mr Bowen and for the next two and a half years studied and documented Mr Bowen’s work. Honouring Mr Bowen’s request to teach the work after his death, Ossie and Elaine named it The Bowen Technique and so began their journey. Bowtech is dedicated and passionate about preserving Bowen Therapy in its orginal form.
Due to the effectiveness of this technique it has been embraced by a broad spectrum of people. Health professionals are impressed by the effectiveness of The Bowen Technique and the diversity of problems it addresses.
This technique should be considered for:
- Back pain and sciatica
- Knee, ankle and foot problems
- Sports and accident injuries
- Digestive and bowel problems
- Groin & pelvic problems
- Mentrual and hormonal irregularities
- Bedwetting / headaches / migraines, earaches, TMJ
- Frozen shoulder, RSI and elbow pain
- Fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome
- Respiratory and hayfever problems
Tom Bowen (1903-1982) developed the Bowen technique