The Bowen Clinic comes to Formby Town centre
Julie Kirby local Bowen therapist has recently moved her clinic to the newly re opened USC Gym in the Cloisters in Formby village centre above M&S.
Julie said:" I am really excited to be working in the new USC gym in such a central location. There is a fantastic team of professionals working from the gym including a sports masseur, a physiotherapist, a Beauty clinic, some amazing personal trainers and there is also a children's activity centre."
Julie qualified in The Bowen Technique in 2005 after a 15 year career in the NHS as an Occupational Therapist.
“I am continually surprised at how amazing the Bowen technique is, I love the way it helps you reconnect deeply with your own body. You feel very relaxed during a session. A treatment involves lying clothed on a table receiving small rolling movements over specific muscles, tendons or ligaments. These send a signal to the brain that works to bring balance, alignment, structural and emotional organisation to your body. It is reported to help back and neck pain, shoulder pain, hip and knee problems, migraines, fertility issues and a whole host of other challenges including anxiety and depression.” Channel 4’s Bear Grylls “Born Survivor” is a known user of the therapy.
Julie went on to say: " I am hoping to expand my interest in working with developmental delay / autism for children, alongside my more usual work of back ache, manual worker strain, sports injury prevention, and my favourite area of chronic pain / illness.
“Although developed in the 1950’s in Australia, Bowen is still a relatively unknown therapy in the UK” says Julie. “However once people try it they are usually hooked because it is gentle, eases pain and has a huge success rate for a whole variety of problems”
It usually takes between 3 and 5 sessions to sort out a shorter term issue.
If you would like to make a booking contact Julie via The Bowen Clinic face book page or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or text 07952789445.
Julie has extended her clinic hours so clients can have a wider range of appointment options including some early morning/ evening appointments. If you are unable to manage stairs a home visit or alternative clinic appointment could be available.