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Animal Bowen Therapy is a neuromuscular integration therapy that is highly effective in the treatment of a wide range of acute and chronic conditions covering both physical and emotional issues in animals. The Bowen technique is a gentle yet powerful non-invasive technique that addresses the whole body, it is believed to work primarily through the nervous system on both structural and energetic levels which enables the body to correct dysfunctions and restore homeostasis (balance) of all the bodies systems, it stimulates the body’s self-healing abilities and repair mechanisms and can assist in the relief of pain, discomfort and behavioral issues bringing about improved health and wellbeing.
All animals can benefit greatly from a Bowen Therapy session regardless of what discipline they do. Equines & canines are athletes, intense training routines and the stresses of competition or race days can certainly take its toll on our beloved animals. Performance horses such as working ranch horses, dressage, eventing, western show and race horses respond very well to keep their muscles soft and supple which can enhance their performance and enable them to reach their full potential. Aged or retired horses and canines respond very well, especially those with arthritic and stiffness issues can benefit from a maintenance program of Bowen Therapy to help them move around more freely and comfortably enhancing their quality of life. Bowen Therapy can be used the help prevent injury and is extremely beneficial in post rehabilitation from injury, trauma or illness and can assist in getting your horse or canine back into work sooner.
Bowen Therapy can provide what is required to bring your horse & canine back to peak performance and optimum health and wellbeing without invasive manipulation.
Tanya has trained in Touch Balancing/Animal Bowen™ with Carol Bennet, Tanya has completed all levels for small and large animals.
Touch Balancing/Animal Bowen™ is an adaptation of the Bowen/Bowtech Technique to the physiology and anatomy of animals. As developed and taught by Carol Bennett, the purpose of this technique is to relax inappropriate muscle tension which can be the cause of an animal's poor performance, or the beginning of a more serious health challenge and to facilitate balance of the body.
Bowenwork is not meant to replace Veterinary advice or care, Please check with your veterinarian before beginning any complementary program.
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Bowenwork Therapy is not intended to be a substitute for medical or veterinary advice or treatment. If in doubt, consult your Doctor or Veterinarian.
Licking, chewing, & yawning are all signs of tension releasing during Bowenwork.