The Bowen Technique: The Inside Story
Written by a leading Bowen practitioner and teacher, John Wilks, this book is essential reading for anyone practicing, studying or wanting to increase their knowledge of the Bowen Technique.
It expands on John Wilks' previous book, Understanding the Bowen Technique, and covers: Practical explanations as to how Bowen works, how to assess clients for the most effective treatment, an in-depth look at the procedures working with mothers and babies, nutrition and after-care advice, and understanding the relationship between practitioner and client.
After studying music at Oxford, John developed a strong interest in body-orientated psychotherapy and meditation. He has been practising the Bowen Technique and Craniosacral Therapy full time since 1995, and works at a physiotherapy and integrated
healthcare practice in the west of England.
He is a former chairman of the Bowen Association of the UK, the Craniosacral Therapy Association of the UK and the Cranial Forum, the lead body established
to oversee the implementation of national standards of practice for the profession in the UK. He is a former examiner for the University of Oxford examinations
board and is advisor on education and training for the Bowen Forum under the Prince of Wales’ Foundation for Integrated Health.
He was accredited by the Bowen Therapy Academy of Australia to teach the Bowen
Technique in 1999 and has since then, taught in many countries throughout the world
including Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Israel, USA, Australia, Portugal, Canada, Kuwait,
El Salvador, Ireland, Austria and Germany.