Bowen Basics - NAT Foundation Course (10 hrs)
Bowen Basics with John Wilks
Welcome to the world of Bowen Therapy! If you're a massage or manual therapist ready to embark on a transformative learning journey into this unique modality, our 'Bowen Basics' course is the perfect starting point.
Presented by leading Bowen practitioner and esteemed educator, John Wilks, this immersive 4-6 hour course offers a comprehensive introduction to the principles and practices of Bowen Therapy.
We begin by unpacking the science and philosophy that underpin Bowen Therapy. You'll gain a clear understanding of how and why this technique works and the profound impacts it can have on the body's healing process.
The course places significant emphasis on client assessment—ensuring you can deliver the most effective treatment tailored to each individual's needs. By mastering this crucial skill, you'll learn to recognize the subtle cues your clients' bodies offer and respond with the best Bowen techniques.
An in-depth examination of the primary Bowen procedures forms a substantial part of the curriculum. Here, you'll learn the distinctive 'Bowen moves'—a unique approach to muscle and connective tissue manipulation that sets Bowen Therapy apart from other modalities.
Furthermore, we delve into the practitioner-client relationship's dynamics, shedding light on the therapeutic alliance's emotional and psychological aspects. Building a strong relationship based on trust and empathy is key to successful therapy outcomes, and this course offers valuable insights on achieving that.
About the Presenter
John Wilks, your guide through the 'Bowen Basics' course, is a leading figure in the Bowen Therapy world. His passion for this therapeutic approach, combined with his extensive practical experience and knack for teaching, makes him the ideal mentor to introduce you to the Bowen technique.
With this course, we invite you to explore the intricacies of Bowen Therapy and enhance your practice with new, powerful tools to aid your clients' healing journey.
NCBTMB: 10 CEUs