Carlisle Bowenwork Adds Student Apprentices
Jan 29, 2013 05:42PM
Nancee Rogers, one of only 12 Bowenwork instructors in the U.S., recently visited Carlisle Bowenwork Center for Wholistic Health and Wellness to teach a group of students, resulting in four apprentices now working at the therapy center.
“For those curious about Bowenwork, but maybe not curious enough to put out the full price of a session, this may be right for you,” says owner Nancy Bittinger. “Each of the apprentices will be looking for case studies and/or offering discounted sessions for new clients. We will soon be opening a student clinic one night a week. The date has not been set, but you may call to be put on a waiting list.”
Bowenwork is a hands-on therapy that allows the body to reset and heal itself. It is gentle, relaxing and considered highly effective for anyone in physical discomfort, with treatment protocols for almost every health condition. It has shown to be life changing for people with chronic pain from injury or diseases such as fibromyalgia, neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease and children on the autism spectrum, as well as those with many other chronic and acute issues.