Bowen Therapy and the Importance of Breaks during Treatment

If you’ve ever had a Bowen treatment, you’ll know that the therapist will leave the room several times during the treatment. By leaving the room, we give the body a chance to say what it wants to or needs to do in order to function better. And it does this through adjusting, restoring or balancing…

  • 27th February 2017

A Ten Year Old’s View on Animal Abuse

Hi, I am Mia and I think animal abuse is disgusting especially on innocent creatures, even animals we humans call pets, for example, cats, dogs and a lot more animals get tortured in this cruel world. A dog is for life. Treat it well and nourish it but don’t abuse it. If you have a…

New Year Resolution 2017
  • 1st January 2017

Struggling to Think of some New Year’s Resolutions?

Here are some for you to consider.   Take some fresh air and exercise To help our body function properly, sunlight is very important. Sunlight triggers in the body the production of vitamin D. Therefore, going out and about for a minimum of 20 minutes every day means you’ll avoid being deficient in that so…

Bowen treatment
  • 2nd November 2016

Why does Bowen Therapy work so fast for some and slow for others?

It’s not unusual after receiving a Bowen treatment that we cannot immediately see or experience changes in our body, as changes can be very subtle and unnoticeable. This should not be seen as a negative. Bowen can work at such a deep level within the body, it’s not always evident on the surface. It would…

  • 12th July 2016

Should I Have a Massage or Bowen Therapy?

I often get asked this question. It all depends on what you want to achieve. It’s worth asking yourself the following questions: Do you have a chronic condition, an injury, pains or aches which have been bothering you for weeks, months or years? Do you get relief after a massage, but then few days later…

  • 7th June 2016

How Do I Eliminate Self-Sabotage?

Do you get a box that pops up in your mind offering you an update?  Today most of us have at least a computer or laptop, a smartphone but some of us have an iPad,  a Kindle, a smart TV and even more. We are regularly informed of a software update so that our phone…

soya beans
  • 10th May 2016

Is Soya Good For Me?

Do you have soya? If so, have you asked yourself if soya is good for you? I introduced soya to my diet 19 or 20 years ago when I became a vegetarian. I knew nothing about it except that it was there and advertised as being a good source of protein. At around that time,…

  • 2nd April 2016

How to get Started with the Liver and Gallbladder Flush

How have I got into doing the liver flush? No, I don’t have an alcohol problem, and it’s a misconception to think that only people who abuse alcohol or drugs should cleanse their liver. A friend of mine told me about a book called ‘The Amazing Liver And Gallbladder Flush’ from the author Andreas Moritz.…

  • 1st March 2016

What It’s Really Like to Take Part in a Human Dissection Workshop

I attended this human dissection workshop but it took an awful lot out of me emotionally and even after trying many times, I couldn’t put it into words! Jeannie and I were in the same group and we had a great connection. When I saw her blog entitled ‘My Week With Ken, I realised that…

Silent Meditation Retreat
  • 1st February 2016

11 Day Diary of My Silent Meditation Retreat

In May 2005, I completed an 11 day Silent Meditation Retreat in Hereford, UK. Here is an account of the experience. I’ve just got back from my retreat which was an amazing experience with lots of ups and downs. It actually made me realise that I am physically and mentally much stronger than I thought. I…