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Upper Back Massage

Bowen & Myopractic Therapy

At the Hub Nat our therapist uses a combination of  Bowen Therapy & Myopractic therapy.

 

This is a very gentle form of bodywork that stimulates the body to begin its own natural healing processes. This is done by the application of small, gentle, precise movements along the muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves.

Bowen Therapy is effective across the whole body and centres around restoring balance in the autonomic nervous system. The Bowen moves prompt the shift from the stressed, sympathetic “fight or flight” mode, to parasympathetic “rest and repair” dominance. It’s like rebooting your computer!

We understand that everyone has different needs, which is why Nat takes a completely holistic approach to your care and why it is one of the fundamental modalities in our 3 month program.

 

A typical session will aim to balance your body while also addressing the specific sites of injury and concern.

A session has the effect of initiating responses from your body that will continue throughout the days following the treatment.

 

As the areas targeted have time to experience this prolonged healing action, you’ll experience a marked improvement to your health.

Posture and compensatory patterns are also assessed to ensure the problem has a higher chance of staying resolved.

Bowen & Myopractic Therapy is effective in treating a variety of conditions and help in the alleviation of any of the following:

  • Back pain and sciatica

  • Neck pain and shoulder problems

  • Sporting and accident injuries

  • RSI, carpal tunnel syndrome and tennis elbow

  • Knee, ankle and foot problems

  • Digestive and bowel problems including IBS

  • Ear-ache, ear infections and migraines

  • Chronic fatigue syndrome

  • Menstrual and hormonal irregularities

  • Groin pain, pelvic tilt and uneven leg length

  • Respiratory problems and hay fever

It’s also effective in treating various behavioural and anxiety problems in kids, as well as a gentle therapy for kids with sporting niggles and injuries.

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