The Bowen Technique
Are you struggling with aches and pains?
The Bowen Technique is a gentle, holistic, non-invasive, hands-on treatment that works on the whole body promoting healing and pain relief and encouraging mental, physical and emotional responses. The Bowen Technique encourages the body to re-align and begin healing; no manipulation or force is used.
The healing process will continue between treatments, which usually take place weekly and last about an hour.
If you have stopped doing the things you enjoy because your body is hurting please come and see me for a Bowen session - people of all ages respond well for acute and chronic conditions. Contact me.
Scar Tissue Release
Damaged tissue around scars can adversely affect the body's ability to perform, giving rise to pain and discomfort.
By working on the area of the scar I can release the restrictions in the tissue enabling better function and comes with the added benefit of improving the appearance.
If your scar is uncomfortable or unsightly, please do come and see me and experience the benefit of Scar Tissue Release.
Lymphatic Drainage Massage
Damaged or sluggish lymphatic pathways, through whatever cause, can lead to stagnant lymph which shows itself in poor health. It can leave you feeling run down, susceptible to sore throats, colds and flu, struggling with a runny or blocked nose and even affect the digestion and skin.
Lymphatic Drainage Massage is both gentle and effective at boosting the immune system. Especially useful at this time of year.
When is your next appointment?
If you need help with aches, pains and general poor health and want to explore how to feel more alive, make an appointment to come and see me.
The clinic is based in St Albans town centre within The Bassett Clinic which is behind the city centre multi-storey car parks off Drovers Way/Russell Avenue on the corner of Stapley Road and Upton Avenue. St Albans is easily accessible from Berkhamsted, Harpenden, Hatfield, Hemel Hempstead, Luton, Radlett, Redbourn, Watford, Welwyn Garden City and surrounding areas.
Trains to St Albans are on the Kings Cross to Bedford Thameslink Line calling at Borehamwood & Elstree, Radlett, Harpenden, Luton, and Leagrave.
Buses to St Albans regularly run from Hatfield, Hemel Hempstead, Redbourn and Welwyn Garden City.