Canine Bowen Technique, a Fascial Release Therapy for your dog.
What is Canine Bowen Technique?
Canine Bowen Technique is a remedial and holistic hands on therapy for dogs. A gentle rolling technique over connective tissue, fascia, nerves tendons and ligaments is used on specific points of the dog’s body, promoting the best possible health and movement in your dog.
The work is very subtle and involves no hard or prolonged pressure. A key feature of Canine Bowen therapy is that the treatment is never forced on the dog.
How can Canine Bowen Therapy help my dog?
Because Bowen influences the body as a whole it can bring about improvement to many aspects of your dog's health, stiff joints, mobility problems, urinary incontinence, obsessive behaviours, noise sensitivity, arthritis, muscular pain and digestive problems.
Below you will find some useful blogs around Canine Bowen.
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