I qualified as an Equine Bowen Therapist with Beth Darrell of the European School of Equine Bowen Therapy affiliated to ECBS in 2005. It is a prerequisite of being accepted onto this course to have the required equine experience entry level. Also it is a prerequisite to qualify as a Human Bowen practitioner. This is useful when the rider and horse both need treatment as imbalances in the rider are translated to our mounts.

The equine education covers not only anatomy and physiology and conformation but also a broad spectrum of topics related to horse health and fitness. Including saddles and fitting, foot balance, gait analysis, nutrition, the language of the horse.

Equine Bowen Therapy is a gentle, non-invasive hands on technique which supports/promotes healing, pain relief and re-balancing of the body. It is holistic in its approach and addresses the central nervous system, assisting the release of muscle spasm and stimulating the lymphatic and circulatory systems. It is subtle and relaxing for the horse. I use a light touch to make a series of focused, rolling-type moves over soft tissue, which helps to release deep tensions and imbalances in the connective tissues.


Bowen Technique, Therapists


West Sussex

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