Reinette Nel - Bowen Therapist

Reinette brings to the clinic the very sought after Bowtech Bowen, the original Bowen Technique.  She has a Certificate IV and Diploma of Specialised Bowen Therapy from Bowtech.  This Bowen allows for longer pauses between moves, in order to give the body time to assimilate the messages.  Specialised test is also included in sessions in order to establish muscular or structural problems and rehabilitation, including stretching and strengthening exercises, are discussed.

She is also a member of the Bowen Association of Australia for Bowen Therapists.  She’s planning to continue her studies to deepen her understanding of applying Bowen procedures in specialised areas of interest.  She is passionate about treating the cause of an individual’s problems rather than just the symptom.  She works with empathy and makes every individual feel taken care off.

She is originally from South Africa, but moved to Australia in 2008.  A dedicated wife and mum of two beautiful girls, she has transformed her life from the corporate world to one of healing.

Her journey with The Healing Rooms started as a client, struggling with debilitating migraines since the age of 12.  She unsuccessfully tried many other treatments, but after a Bowen session she was pain free for the first time.  She now believes in maintenance sessions to keep herself pain and stress free.  This started the most amazing journey and she found her true calling in the Bowen Technique.  Now her motto is that “Everybody is better with Bowen.”

 

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