Introductory Bowenwork classes provide a way to explore Bowenwork for the first time and to see if the technique is right for you. These classes are open to all, no prior experience is required.
The Introductory classes listed on this page are updated frequently. Check back to this page often to see what’s new.
If you are interested in a class in your area, we encourage you to contact Associate Instructor, Lisa Toole at firstname.lastname@example.org or 603-591-0658.
Put Wellness In Your Hands – Introduction to Bowenwork MARCH 23 or APRIL 6 - 12 to 4 pm
Bowenwork is a system of touch that initiates a series of responses through stimulation of the nervous system, musculoskeletal, and fascial systems and the energetic pathways. It is gentle on the body, easy to apply and can ease symptoms and assist recovery from a wide range of conditions. The work is performed through clothing and no special equipment is needed.
Bowenwork can be performed on a variety of people such as infants, the elderly, elite athletes and people with acute injuries, or chronic conditions.
Learning Objectives In this four-hour, introductory class, you will learn to apply key elements of Bowenwork to different parts of the body to:
Ease breathing difficulties
Relieve muscle tension, joint pain or stiffness
Ease heartburn, acid reflux and other gastrointestinal complaints
Relieve neck, back and knee pain
Cost: $95 (includes a manual with photos and anatomical illustrations designed with care for the needs of beginners)
Continuing Education Credits Bowenwork is a Continuing Education Provider for the National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork (NCBTMB). This class earns four (4) NCBTMB continuing education credits.
Introduction to Bowenwork: Student Feedback Wellness in Your Hands
“Lisa was a thorough and patient teacher of this practice, offering ways to self-manage your own care. I thought it was a valuable learning experience, and the hands-on class participation worked very well for me.” -CJ Mauger, Student
"This class was great! (WE) are excited to practice with each other. We both really enjoyed it. I'm definitely interested in taking more (Bowenwork) classes." - Student, Dover, NH
Thank you so much for your (I appreciate your) time, patience and guidance in your Introduction to Bowenwork class. As someone who is on a journey to wellness through alternatives to "modern" medicine, I appreciated your openness and insights. Your instruction offered a learning environment conducive to any learning style and you were willing to alter your agenda to meet the needs of the group. As my own journey to healing myself and others grows, I know the philosophies and techniques of Bowenwork will be an important aspect. I appreciate your willingness to be a resource in my efforts and I wish you continued success on your journey as a healer. -Sincerely, Kim G (S. Berwick, ME)