Before and after competitions it helps to relax and regeneration / BOWTECH helps healing sports injuries if it comes, symptom-free to complete a marathon or to relax muscles and psyche before a competition: more and more recreational and professional athletes take advantage of, the them the original Bowen technique (short: BOWTECH) brings. This includes the support in the preparation of the competition as well as the recovery phase after a strenuous competition or training and the accompaniment after a sports injury. BOWTECH is a stand-alone, dynamic system of a holistic and gentle muscle – and connective tissue application and complex. The method works on the nervous system structural and muscular level and addresses the whole person. Targeted handles activates the body’s own powers, relax the muscles and the nervous system is balanced. In Australia, the native land of BOWTECH, many dedicated sportsmen and athletes are looking for help and support will naturally at trained BOWTECH users. Robyn wood, senior trainer from Australia, has maintained since many years athletes from endurance sport (Marathon, swim, bike, run) as well as golf and tennis players.
It propagates worldwide their knowledge and their experience in specialized seminars to the BOWTECH practitioner, which are recognised by the Bowen Academy of Australia. So she conducted a two-day seminar this year at three locations in Germany with a focus on BOWTECH for athletes”. In the practice-oriented seminar interested BOWTECH practitioner can form more topic-specific. Focuses mainly on training: the physical requirements for athletes, the electrolyte balance, sports injuries, Trainingsbesonder units, stretching exercises and balance sport; but it also specific BOWTECH handle episodes appear, which are helpful for athletes of the individual disciplines. The course is a special focus on the athletes, in particular their support before the competition. BOWTECH relaxed here not only the important “Muscles and ensures a balanced body, but helps in a very special way that can relax the athletes mentally and minimize fear of competition before the start”, BOWTECH Practitionerin and seminar participant Regina Fischer stressed.