COVID 19 Advice

A warm welcome  return to Burrator Bowen Therapy.

I know that for many of you the past few months have been extremely challenging on many levels. 

As we all continue to navigate our way through ongoing issues and changing restrictions, we need to be mindful of not just our physical wellbeing, but of our mental and emotional wellbeing too.  Our body, mind and spirit are all interconnected, and just as having a physical pain can cause us to feel out of sorts mentally, emotional stress can manifest itself as a physical pain, something we don’t always take in to account.

Bowen Therapy has shown time and again to be really helpful in taking us out of the fight/flight/fold, (sympathetic) state, to the rest/digest/repair, (parasympathetic) state, which allows our own natural ability to heal kick in and our immune system enhanced. With sleep patterns restored, digestion improved, muscle tension released, general mood and sense of wellbeing allows us to move forward in a more positive way, affecting not only ourselves, but those around us.

Prior to reopening my clinic, I completed a certificate of Preparing to Return to Work in a Covid 19 world.

Everyone’s health is paramount and of great importance, and with this in mind, I take every precaution and follow Government and Public Health guidelines, as well as advice from the Bowen Association UK and The Complimentary and Natural Health Care Council, to endeavour to keep everyone safe.

Thorough cleaning of all areas and surfaces including door handles and bathroom surfaces is completed after each client and again at the end of the day.  I use personal single use top couch coverings; bottom coverings are changed between each client and the couch thoroughly sanitised with a 72% alcohol based cleaner. As an extra precaution I also use Zoono* on all surfaces.  This is applied as per recommendations.


A risk assessment is carried out prior to each appointment and I am happy to discuss any questions you may have.



*Zoono | Long-lasting Antibacterial


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