Bowen Therapist

Dip. Bowen Therapy, Equine Therapy

BPHE. Degree Human Movement & Exercise Science

Clinic Hours :
Thursday 8.30am - 5.00pm

‘I take the greatest pleasure in treating the whole body for maximum results

with minimum intervention.’

Joanne is a Bowen Therapy Practitioner (Diploma with Bowtech and Bowen Training Australia and Equine Bowen) with a Degree in Human Movement and Exercise Science (BPHE, UWA) and a Cert IV in Auslan (Sign Language).

Her interest in Bowen stems from her passion for the bio-mechanics of movement and the sport of equestrian. Joanne established RideTherapy® 5 years ago which continues to provide incredible benefits for horses and people with disabilities.

Joanne’s skill set, her knowledge of functional anatomy and pathology and her extensive experience with proven patient outcomes offers you an effective, gentle, long lasting treatment to support structural alignment, healing and recovery.

What is Bowen Therapy?

Bowen Therapy treats the whole body for maximum results with minimal intervention and consists of a series of strategic gentle moves over muscle, ligament, tendon and skin.These moves aim to trigger and disrupt established patterns such as “pain loops”, and stimulate water/chemical flow which in turn can activate the body’s own resources for improved function and well being. Working with the body’s fascia (simply described as the “connective” tissues) there is opportunity to interact with all of the body’s systems. This assists with the treatment of general to chronic physical symptoms and diagnosed medical conditions as well as emotional and stress related concerns.

Bowen Therapy can be utilised in conjunction with other therapies (Physiotherapy, Osteopathy, Chiropractic and Naturopathic) or as a stand-alone treatment.

Bowen Therapy is safe for the whole family from newborns to the elderly, offering rapid and lasting relief from pain and discomfort.

Common Conditions Treated

Back and joint pain
Lower back and sciatica
Neck and shoulders
Sports injuries
Frozen shoulder and tennis elbow
General health
Plantar fasciitis
Scar tissue regeneration
Balance issues
Tinnitus and dizziness
Headaches and migraines
Stress and anxiety
Chronic fatigue and fibrolmyalgia
Menstruation and hormonal irregularities
Asthma, hay fever and respiratory issues
Chemotherapy support
Jaw pain, TMJ syndrome
Carpel tunnel and RSI
Restless leg syndrome
Sluggish digestion, diverticulitis, irritable bowel syndrome and Crohn's disease
And many, many more



Please check with your NDIS or Care Plan as Bowen Therapy may align with your plan goals and therefore be funded.