Emma qualified as a Bowen Technique Practitioner in 2010, after training with the European College of Bowen Studies.
Emma also has an ITEC Diploma in Anatomy, Physiology & Pathology and an Emergency First Aid at Work certificate.
Emma is a member of the Bowen Therapy Professional Association and abides by their strict Code of Conduct and Ethics, and is committed to ongoing training.
After several years of working with horses and completing a degree in Equine Science, I found myself working in a stressful office job and decided I needed to make a career change! I have always had an interest in therapy and rehabilitation for horses and decided to find a therapy to train in that I could practice on both horses and people. I came across Bowen and booked myself in for some treatments to find out more; I loved the treatments and was amazed at how relaxed and de-stressed I felt.
I then booked myself on the training course with ECBS and qualified in 2010. I am really enjoying my work as a Bowen practitioner and find it very rewarding when clients are happy with their treatment.
The more I practice Bowen and learn about the body, the more fascinated I am becoming about how the body works as a whole and the positive effects which can be gained from such a gentle, relaxing treatment.
I trained with the European College of Bowen Studies, UK.
I qualified in 2010 following one year of training.
Additional training: I also hold the ITEC Diploma in Anatomy, Physiology and Pathology; and have a current Emergency First Aid at Work certificate.
As a member of BTPA and ECBS I undergo CPD training each year
Bowen Therapy Professional Association (BTPA)'
The European College of Bowen Studies (ECBS).