When you come in for your first visit, I will ask you to fill out a short client record form. Depending on what you are coming in for, I may do some assessments and will discuss what we will be doing in the treatment. I will go over any relevant history with you that will help me to work out a treatment plan specific to your needs.
Any information that you provide is strictly confidential.
Once the treatment begins, there will be “pauses” occurring in the work that is being performed on the body – generally only for a couple of minutes at a time. This is a necessary part of the treatment as the stimulus has been provided by way of the Bowen work, and the body then begins correcting any imbalances in this resting phase.
This is one of the aspects that separates the Bowen modality from other hands-on bodywork – allowing the body time to “heal itself”.
At the completion, any suggestions will be given on aftercare management specific to the individual, to get the most out of the treatment. It is my intention to give the best possible treatment, and it is ideal when this coincides with the clients’ willingness to participate in aftercare advice.
Follow up appointments, or possible future management plan, if applicable, can be discussed.