Bowen Works has Moved to Mechanicsburg




Carlisle Bowen Works has moved to a bigger, more convenient location at 616 West Main Street, in Mechanicsburg. Expanded services include health and nutritional counseling, as well as new types of bodywork and energy work.

Owner Nancy Bittinger says, “Our practice is named after Tom Bowen, who was decades ahead of his time with the way he worked with the human body. He understood the body’s innate intelligence and its ability to heal. All the therapies that are used here at Carlisle Bowen Works follow the principal that Tom Bowen began working with in Australia in the 1950’s. The body’s own intelligence can be used to accelerate the healing process.”

For more information, call 717-386-8279, email nbittinger@comcast.net or visit CarlisleBowenworkPA.com.

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