Jackie Matlock is accredited with membership to the following professional bodies:
Tom Bowen, born in 1916 in Australia, developed his own clinic after finding ways of treating sportsmen and friends particularly with back problems. After starting with a few clients including his family and friends, Tom was treating over 1,000 people every month. The Bowen technique is now being taught at University level in Australia and has practitioners all over the world. It came to the UK in the early 1990s and is regulated by the Complimentary and Natural Healthcare Council (CNHC).
How Bowen Works
Bowen is a remedial therapy which uses thumbs and fingers to gently roll across muscle and soft tissue. It targets specific muscles to stimulate the body's own natural healing processes. After a sequence of moves, the client is left to rest to enable the body to activate its own natural healing mechanisms. This achieves health and balance in the body. This process is repeated throughout the treatment. Treatments can be carried out through light clothing. Anyone from babies to the elderly can benefit.
Duration of Treatment
Typically, a treatment will last 55 minutes
Acute conditions can often be resolved within 2-3 treatments. Chronic conditions may take a little longer.