“When, what and why” of treatment: Timing, Technique and Intent.
Timing refers to when the treatment is given: maintenance period, pre-event or post-event, during recovery or when a client suffers an injury that requires rehabilitation.
Technique refers to what application we utilise, and can include (but not limited to): Bowen Therapy, Sports Massage Techniques, Trigger point, Myofacial release, energy balance and/or stretching.
Intent refers to your reason(s) for treatment: as general health and body function (to increase blood flow and lymphatic drainage); stimulate neurological pathways (aid recovery from exertion); increase flexibility; improve strength (through muscular firing order or improved posture.)
Mastering the application of effective treatment takes years of education and experience, not to mention a passion for helping people. No one modality, technique or approach works every time. It is the love of what you do, and the people you work with, that enable us to perfect our treatment techniques (which are always evolving).
Bowen therapy treats the cause of conditions and pain rather than working on the symptoms, and the treatment creates deep, lasting healing and pain relief. Bowen therapy works on the fascia, instead of working on one specific area Bowen treats the body as a whole, so many clients notice that their stress levels or anxiety problems are also reduced.
Sports massage is the specific application of treatment techniques, range of motion/flexibility techniques, and strength training principles utilised to achieve a specific goal when treating a client.
Energy healing is a holistic practice that activates the body’s subtle energy systems to remove blocks. By breaking through these energetic blocks, the body’s inherent ability to heal itself is stimulated