About the Bowen Technique

About the Bowen Technique

The Bowen Technique was developed by Tom Bowen (1916-1982) in Australia in the 1950s. Originally a labourer and of very humble roots, Tom Bowen was a very intuitive man and observed and studied deeply what caused pain in the body and what was the minimal input the body needed to empower it and release the tension. He developed his technique over time, and, through word of mouth, helped countless people. It is estimated that he treated 13,000 patients each year with a very high success rate. He was very community and service oriented, and would regularly treat children, people with disabilities, and prisoners for free. He was much more an observer than a communicator, and taught only a select few practitioners in his clinic. Among them were Ossie and Elaine Rentsch, whom he entrusted to teach the work after he passed away in the 1980s. (Although this is difficult to prove, it has been documented through interview with his long-term assistant and partner in his clinic, Rene Harwood). Ossie and Elaine Rentsch have stayed true to promoting Tom Bowen’s work, the spirit of his work, and his values of community service, humility, equality and generosity. Your practitioner, Shalini Sinha, is still regularly taught today directly by Ossie and Elaine Rentsch.

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