Bowen Courses


Bowen Teaching

Please see a list of all available courses below. Scroll down the page to select a course and see available venues, dates and information. The curriculum has been designed so you can attend each Module in different locations  for your personal commitments and diaries.  

Please feel free to call us on 01373 461 812 with any questions. 

Paula Esson. CBS 

The C.B.S. training course format provides students with in-depth tuition, hands-on supervision and ample time and opportunity for detailed study of the Bowen Technique. Our courses are all highly practical and very ‘hands-on’. 

Class sizes are deliberately kept small to ensure you receive a high level of teacher supervision whilst you practise the moves with your fellow students. Our policy is to support you at all times. Between courses, teachers and office staff are available for help and advice.

The course is spread over a minimum period of nine months, although you can take longer if you wish. There are five modules, all of which must be completed. We encourage you to complete the course at a pace that suits you to ensure you gain maximum skills and confidence. Each module can be taken with any teacher in any venue that suits you. While the entire course of study could be completed in a MINIMUM of nine months, this is dependent upon availability of dates and venues.

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Pre-requisites

Although there is no entry-level requirement for attending the course, a good grounding in anatomy would be useful. The course is taught referring to muscles and their Latin names. If you would like to do some optional pre-course reading, we can recommend any of the book titles from the ‘Trail Guide to the Body’ series by Andrew Biel.

If you prefer to work from a PC or Mac there is superb 3D anatomy software. For a free trial go to www.primalpictures.com 

This software is easy to use and brings the body to life. For specific Bowen reading we suggest The Bowen Technique book and/or Bowen Unravelled, both by Julian Baker.