College of Bowen Studies
Michael has been in clinical practice for 20 years, using bodywork through a variety of massage disciplines and Bowen Therapy, and seeing a range of clients and conditions from international sportsmen and women through the new borns and the very senior. Michael is chair of trustees of a health and wellbeing charity based in his home town of Spalding, Lincolnshire, and was awarded Complementary Therapist of the Year 2016 by the Federation of Holistic Therapists.
Michael has been teaching Bowen for the College of Bowen Studies for over 8 years, and is leading the largest study into Bowen Therapy to date. Michael has studied under some of the world’s leading bodywork therapists and anatomists and runs a very successful clinic, putting theory into practice.
The clinical relevance to how bodywork affects our tissues
There is a growing amount of scientific evidence suggesting why certain bodywork modalities work, or don’t work, and there are a number of science-based theories used to try and explain what we think happens during and after treatment to the tissues in our clients and patients.
This seminar will seek to put clinical relevance to help shape our understanding further, rather than pure science, and will be taking in the latest theories and findings from fascial, neural and endocrine evidence in particular. If you are working with the tissues, and truly want to understand what is happening, this seminar is a must!