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So what’s the big deal about “piezoelectricity?”

The word “piezo” means to press or squeeze, and piesoelectricity is the energetic charge that builds up in certain materials in response to mechanical pressure.  Think of a spring. . . the extension of a spring is directly proportional to the load applied to it.  When we press onto a coiled, spring-like structure, there will […]

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How does Bowen Therapy work? (Part One)

How does Bowen Therapy work? (Part One)

There are quite a few reasons why Bowen therapy works so well.  One is because of the effect it has on the autonomic nervous system.  Brain mapping has shown during a Bowen session that the client’s brain produces Alpha waves and causes them to feel like they are in a deep meditative state.  At this point, the body goes into automatic repair mode because […]

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No more foot pain

I had an opportunity to use the wand (Amwand) on a friend whose ankle had just healed from having been broken.  She was getting a shooting nerve pain on the top of her foot.  After wanding her foot for about two minutes and doing a few Bowen moves on it, she tested it by doing […]

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What ailments or conditions does Bowen/NST therapy address?

What ailments or conditions does Bowen/NST therapy address? Just about any pain condition can be affected, if not totally resolved, by Bowen/NST therapy. Common cases have included scoliosis, fybromyalgia, sciatica, joint pain, frozen shoulder, TMJ discomfort, carpal tunnel syndrome. Other ailments not necessarily associated with pain include constipation, digestive complaints including GERD with hiatal hernia […]

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