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The Bowen Technique is primarily a remedial, holistic therapy tool. It offers the body an opportunity to restore structural integrity. The Technique consists of a series of gentle, precise, rolling moves across muscle, tendon and other soft tissue. The main principle of Bowen is that we are asking the body to undertake it's own changes and accesses the body's own natural intelligence to restore balance and well-being to the body and mind.


BOWEN is often used to treat musculoskeletal problems such as frozen shoulder, back and neck pain, carpal tunnel, sport injuries or general injuries but it can also be helpful with more organic problems. Clients have reported significant improvements with asthma, migraines, irritable bowel syndrome, infertility and other reproductive problems, or simply for rest and relaxation.

There are no such things in this life as guarantees and this can be said of Bowen as well. If the body responds to the treatment, then it can and will start the process of repair. If it doesn’t respond, then no harm is done.

Treatments are gentle and there is no hard tissue manipulation involved, adjustments, massage, use of oils or equipment required.

Booking Info:

You can book your session with Clare at our Cabinet in Bettembourg or at our studio venue at the Gare.


Bookings and inquiries can be made via email at


1 Treatment: 70 EUR

3 Treatments: 190 EUR (recommended)

SPECIAL OFFER: 175EUR for 3 sessions.

How Does It Work?

The Bowen moves help to bring the body into balance, promoting healing and well-being. The body, in response, elicits deep, healing responses within the body on many different levels – physical, chemical, emotional, mental, energetic and spiritual. People of all ages respond to Bowen according to what their bodies need in order to heal. 

A unique part of the treatment is that we incorporate breaks where the therapist leaves the room to allow the body and mind to integrate the work that we have put in and allows the body to unwind and release tension.

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