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Welcome to "A Balanced Body with Bowen"

Covering Bracknell, Maidenhead, Windsor, Slough, Marlow, Bourne End, Henley and all the areas in between.

Reboot YOUR body and YOUR mind with Bowen Therapy

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What Is the Bowen Technique Therapy?

Bowen Technique Therapy is a series of subtle rolling moves made on specific parts of the body with short breaks which gives the body's natural ability time to make subtle, fine adjustments which help to re-balance, relieve tension and reduce pain

Please CLICK HERE to find out more about the Bowen Technique

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A gentle hands on therapy which treats YOU as a unique individual.
I have seen it help many conditions, over the years I have been treating. To name just a few, Sciatica, Back pain, Neck pain, Parkinson's, Stress and Anxiety, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Frozen Shoulders, Posture and this alone can cause many other problems.

To watch a short video about Bowen Technique Therapy just CLICK HERE to watch it

What Makes Bowen Therapy So Special

It's Been Known To...

  • Relieve pain
  • Calm the body
  • Relieve stress
  • It is very gentle
  • Help the body to repair itself
  • Promote a sense of well-being
  • It is suitable for everyone

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September is World-Wide Dementia Awareness Month

Some Worrying Statistics
• There are 850,000 people with dementia in the UK, with numbers set to rise to over 1 million by 2025. This will soar to 2 million by 2051.
• 225,000 will develop dementia this year, that’s one every three minutes
• 1 in 6 people over the age of 80 have dementia.
• 70 per cent of people in care homes have dementia or severe memory problems.
• There are over 40,000 people under 65 with dementia in the UK.
• More than 25,000 people from black, Asian and minority ethnic groups in the UK are affected.

How does it affect the person and those close to them?
Dementia is often hidden away, not spoken about, or ignored at a time when the person living with dementia and their family carer’s are most in need of support within their families, friendship groups and communities.
The social stigma is the consequence of a lack of knowledge about dementia and it can have numerous long- and short-term effects, including:
• Dehumanisation of the person with dementia
• Strain within families and friendships
• A lack of sufficient care for people with dementia and their carers
• A lower rate of diagnosis of dementia
• Delayed diagnosis and support

Ten Early Symptoms To Look Out For

1. Memory loss
2. Difficulty in performing everyday tasks
3. Problems with language
4. Disorientation to time and place
5. Poor or decreased judgment
6. Problems with keeping track of things
7. Misplacing things
8. Changes in mood or behaviour
9. Changes in personality
10 Loss of initiative

Things that you can do to help yourself avoid dementia and encourage people with dementia to do
1 Good nutrition
2 Regular Exercise
3 Optimised Vitamin D Levels
4 Optimised Sleep
5 Stress Reduction and management
6 Don’t smoke
7 Reduce alcohol consumption
8 Brain Training – there are lots of brain training games available nowadays
9 Therapy

One case in particular stands out: The gentleman's wife brought him along to see me to help with his posture. With dementia it is common for the posture to deteriorate, as people tend to become withdrawn and hunched.

After just one treatment, the patient was standing straighter, holding his head higher and quite remarkably wanting to dance! We saw a huge improvement from his improved posture to his ability to move. He continued with a few more treatments before moving abroad and his wife was absolutely delighted that his sleeping improved and he was able to eat again as his digestion was so much better. The treatments helped with his breathing which in turn helped his anxiety levels to drop. The Bowen Technique helps with posture and breathing which is fundamental to overall health

I am offering 10% off treatments to anyone with dementia and their family, friends and carers during September

To find out more about Dementia and Worldwide Dementia Awareness Month just CLICK HERE

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Bowen Therapy Bracknell

My main base is in Bracknell now at The Wellness Centre which is in Moss End Village. I love treating here. It is a quiet room tucked away at the back of the centre where you can hear birds singing. Much as I love offering Bowen Therapy in Bracknell, I have become aware that some people are travelling a long way to come and see me which is not ideal after treatment. So over the last month I have been researching other clinics and am pleased to announce that I have found a lovely therapy room in Windsor at Yoga for Harmony, so Windsor Bowen Therapy is definitely available again, a fabulous one in Henley at Bodywise Health Foods, I am back treating at The Lotus Centre so Bourne End Bowen Therapy will be available again. The only availability here is on Saturdays from 3pm. I am back at The Amber Zone offering Bowen therapy in Maidenhead on some Mondays to find out details as to where these clinics are please just CLICK HERE

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Upcoming Events

Taster Sessions of Bowen Therapy

Sunday 22nd December, Maidenhead High Street
Maidenhead Well-Being Event

Great day at Paws In The Park in Bracknell. Good fun to be working alongside Dawn Pembridge who was chatting about Canine Bowen Therapy as well as both of us carrying out taster sessions on people. All in aid of Diana Brimblecombe Animal Rescue Centre.

The taster Sessions of Bowen Therapy at Windsor Race For Life went down very well , with some fabulous results, including pain relief from a torn ligament in a shoulder. It was a great event, very well organised and with a lovely atmosphere. Well done to everyone who took part

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Keeping Up to Date!

Courses form an important part of my life. It is great to not only find out about new techniques, but just as importantly to refresh old ones!

Exciting news

I have been hearing many good things about McLoughlin Scar Tissue Release and having experienced it first hand I felt I needed to go and learn it. So on Thursday 11th July I went on the course. Fascinating, with a marvelous teacher. I am looking forward to qualifying and practicing it. It is phenomenal to see what happens when old scars are worked on

Fantastic Practitioner Course with Jihan Adem. It is always lovely to mix with other therapists, gain new ideas and refresh.

The Exercise and Rehabilitation Course on Saturday and Sunday 17th and 18th November was fascinating and I came away with many new exercises for clients which target specific areas better.

October saw me on the Cranio Bowen Course and I have to say this has to be one of my favourite courses. The teaching and work was just amazing and I am finding that clients love it too!

It was well worth the wait for Jihan Adem's Ultimate Bowen Course on Saturday March 23rd. What a great group of students and fantastic to have Jihan back teaching again. Loving the new work and good to refresh old moves.

The Sports Course held by Paula Essen was amazing. Opened up a totally new way of assessing and treating. The content was suitable not just for sports people but for everyone as we were analyzing the way people move. Fabulous stuff.

A couple of years ago I was advised by my original Bowen Teacher to go on the "Body Mind Workers Course". It was and is simply amazing and over the past three years I have spent a lot of time in Devon on courses learning the techniques. It allows more options particularly for people who have had their chronic pain, depression, anxiety, phobia or addiction for a long time. Bowen Therapy alone is also fantastic but sometimes it just needs the Body Mind Work approach added in.

To find out more about how the Subconscious Mind works and how Body Mind Works just CLICK HERE

Julian Baker's Lower Limb Course" was a great weekend in October. It was packed with new moves, but also it was very good to be going back to basics with old moves. A great mix and some fab students to work with

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Bowen Therapy Has Been Reported To Help With:

Back Pain, Panic Attacks, Neck Pain, Whiplash, Fibromyalgia, Lower Back Pain, Posture, Arthritis, RSI, Hay Fever and Breathing Allergies, Hot Flushes, Frozen Shoulders, Sciatica, Jaw Pain, Migraines, Anxiety, Stress, Auto Immune diseases such as Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Multiple Sclerosis, Stress Relief and Rheumatism

Just CLICK HERE to see testimonials

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Who Am I?

I am Lee Avery and a full time Bowen Technique Therapist and Body Mind Work Practitioner. I am registered with the BTPA, CNHC and CBS and hold certificates in nutrition, personal training and Body Mind Workers. I support people through all stages of health, repair and the process of growth and transformation. I believe that one can never learn enough and am regularly found on different courses. My aim is to not only help YOU to feel better, but to help YOU find ways to stop the problem re-occurring, whether this be by exercises, body mind works, or making you more aware of movements that you do in your every day life that can be causing the problem. then looking at different ways of doing them where possible. and where appropriate passing you on to other qualified health professionals.

Please do call me on 07710722615 if you have any queries.

Just CLICK HERE to find out more about me

Clinics I Treat From

Bracknell Bowen Therapy is at The Wellness Centre, Warfield RG42 6EJ
Maidenhead Bowen Therapy is at The Amber Zone, SL6 5DA
Bourne End Bowen Therapy is at The Lotus Centre, SL8 5QD
Windsor Bowen Therapy is at Yoga for Harmony SL4 1RU

Just CLICK HERE to find out further details of the clinics

A Very Big Thank You to Everyone Who Supported Me on ...

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"Feel Good Friday"

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On the Age Concern Bracknell Forest Bowen Therapy Taster Days

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The WheelPower Days

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and for the Diana Brimblecombe Rescue Centre

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