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The Bowen Technique?

PostPosted: July 16th, 2014, 9:56 pm
by Nytviolet
In addition to my twitching, I've been dealing with pain in my left bicep and forearm, burning feet, tingling scalp, blah blah blah--u get the picture. I was researching different types of physical therapies and discovered "The Bowen Technique", which is a type of massage therapy that is very mild, and works traversing the muscles (as opposed to rubbing along their length). It is said to be excellent for helping or healing a variety of conditions involving the nervous system. I have not found any negative reports on it, and was curious if anyone has experienced it? There are many websites devoted to it, and the practitioners only use their fingers and knuckles (it's not anything like a vigorous massage). Having fibromyalgia, I find regular massages painful and am looking for other options. Any input much appreciated! Blessings

Re: The Bowen Technique?

PostPosted: July 16th, 2014, 10:00 pm
by Nytviolet