Qualified Bowen Practitioner Lucy Auffret uses The Bowen Technique to help clients find relief from pain and discomfort caused by postural misalignment, injury and chronic conditions. After studying a Sports Science degree at Aberystwyth University, Lucy then trained in The Bowen Technique with the College of Bowen Studies in 2015. Since training began she has found it immensely rewarding to see the results of this light touch therapy which can have such amazing results!

What is the bowen technique?


The Bowen Technique is a remedial, hands-on therapy which uses very gentle pressure. The unique set of rolling-type moves stimulate the soft tissues and nerve receptors of the body. Between each collection of moves there is a break where the therapist may stand back from the table or leave the room. This is to allow the body to respond to the moves which have just been performed. It can be applied through light clothing, and can also be done with the client sitting, lying or even standing.


The technique was developed by Tom Bowen of Geelong, Australia. He started by working on racehorses and greyhounds before he became busy as a therapist working mainly on people. The story goes that he would help his family and friends with small and simple moves when they had aches and pains. It wasn’t long before word spread and people were visiting him at home. When it got to the point that he was treating people late into the night, something had to give and he gave up his day job and started treating full time.

Because Bowen Therapy treats the whole person, results can be far reaching…


what has the bowen technique been observed to help?

    • Pain management.
    • Sports injuries.
    • Acute and chronic back pain.
    • General aches and pains.
    • Sciatica.
    • Frozen shoulder and tennis elbow.
    • Whiplash.
    • Jaw discomfort (TMD / TMS).
    • Asthma.
    • Hayfever.
    • Headaches / Sinus.
    • Stress and tension.
    • Digestive problems.
    • Chronic fatigue.
    • Heel and foot pain
    • And many more!

If you would like to book an appointment or would like more information please contact either the RnR team or Lucy directly;

Email : lucy@littlewren-therapy.co.uk

My website address is www.littlewren-therapy.co.uk

Tel: 07748 260091

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