Bowen for Kids

The heart centre of my practice is children. I am blessed to treat a wide range of children from babies through to teenagers. Children respond to Bowen with beams, tingles and declarations. There is no more convincing testament to the effectiveness of Bowen, than children running to your door, or booking themselves in for their next session. Kids love Bowen and Bowen loves kids.

My focus with children is on helping to keep their beautiful systems running clear. Much like you want to clear away any obstructions that keep a beautiful babbling brook from flowing.

My work has been influenced by pioneering authors such as Peter Levine and Wendy Anne McCarty. Wendy wrote a book called “Welcoming Consciousness” which describes how babies come into the world as exquisitely sentient beings. They feel everything in the womb, and in and around birth. Wendy expands on the field called PPN which means pre- and perinatal psychology. PPN explains the impact of strong emotional charges and trauma experienced by the mother that impact the baby in utero and/or around birth. Wendy talks about how babies are incredibly conscious beings who

experience everything. We are aware of the myriad of traumas that can occur around birth. Emergency caesarians, induced births, forceps and suction cap interventions, cords wrapped around necks & retained placentas are just a few examples. Mind Body Bowen is a great way to help shift these traumas in a very gentle way.

Peter Levine’s work (co-authored with Maggie Kline) entitled “Trauma-proofing Your Kids”, has also had a big impact on my work. Peter teaches that traumatic experiences can cause residual energy to be held in the nervous

system. This is because, as humans, we often don’t allow our bodies the opportunity, to complete the physiological response to threats to our systems. Peter observed animals in the wild and noted that, though they may experience life-threatening situations daily, they rarely display symptoms of post-traumatic stress. This, he teaches, is because they complete the process of a stressful reaction by allowing, for example, shaking and trembling. This allows the discharge of the nervous energy that has been mustered to encounter the situation perceived as a threat.

Peter teaches that we must be careful not to teach our children to 'just get on with it and not be a crybaby' after they’ve experienced a trauma. This trauma could be a simple fall. Peter teaches that if we can be a container for their emotion, and hold them until their feelings shift, their little bodies will have a great opportunity to complete the process of releasing the trauma from their nervous systems.

Children then learn resilience. They gain the courage to encounter challenging situations, knowing they will come out feeling fine. In my experience, Bowen is wonderfully effective in helping children to clear any trauma from their systems. They can shift it so readily as they haven’t held the pattern for long.

 

 

Help for Little Bodies

 

Help for Childhood
Conditions

• falls & sports injuries

• headaches

• growing pains

• colds and coughs
• asthma symptoms

• ear aches

• bed wetting

• digestive complaints
• difficulty sleeping

• stress and anxiety

• night terrors

 

• colic

• feeding problems

• distressed

• unsettled babies

www.createcodesigners.com

Bowen for Kids

The heart centre of my practice is children. I am blessed to treat a wide range of children from babies through to teenagers. Children respond to Bowen with beams, tingles and declarations. There is no more convincing testament to the effectiveness of Bowen, than children running to your door, or booking themselves in for their next session. Kids love Bowen and Bowen loves kids.

My focus with children is on helping to keep their beautiful systems running clear. Much like you want to clear away any obstructions that keep a beautiful babbling brook from flowing.

My work has been influenced by pioneering authors such as Peter Levine and Wendy Anne McCarty. Wendy wrote a book called “Welcoming Consciousness” which describes how babies come into the world as exquisitely sentient beings. They feel everything in the womb, and in and around birth. Wendy expands on the field called PPN which means pre- and perinatal psychology. PPN explains the impact of strong emotional charges and trauma experienced by the mother that impact the baby in utero and/or around birth. Wendy talks about how babies are incredibly conscious beings who experience everything. We are aware of the myriad of traumas that can occur around birth. Emergency caesarians, induced births, forceps and suction cap interventions, cords wrapped around necks & retained placentas are just a few examples. Mind Body Bowen is a great way to help shift these traumas in a very gentle way.

Peter Levine’s work (co-authored with Maggie Kline) entitled “Trauma-proofing Your Kids”, has also had a big impact on my work. Peter teaches that traumatic experiences can cause residual energy to be held in the nervous system.

This is because, as humans, we often don’t allow our bodies the opportunity, to complete the physiological response to threats to our systems. Peter observed animals in the wild and noted that, though they may experience life-threatening situations daily, they rarely display symptoms of post-traumatic stress. This, he teaches, is because they complete the process of a stressful reaction by allowing, for example, shaking and trembling. This allows the discharge of the nervous energy that has been mustered to encounter the situation perceived as a threat.

Peter teaches that we must be careful not to teach our children to 'just get on with it and not be a crybaby' after they’ve experienced a trauma. This trauma could be a simple fall. Peter teaches that if we can be a container for their emotion, and hold them until their feelings shift, their little bodies will have a great opportunity to complete the process of releasing the trauma from their nervous systems.

Children then learn resilience. They gain the courage to encounter challenging situations, knowing they will come out feeling fine. In my experience, Bowen is wonderfully effective in helping children to clear any trauma from their systems. They can shift it so readily as they haven’t held the pattern for long.

 

 

Bowen for Kids

The heart centre of my practice is children. I am blessed to treat a wide range of children from babies through to teenagers. Children respond to Bowen with beams, tingles and declarations. There is no more convincing testament to the effectiveness of Bowen, than children running to your door, or booking themselves in for their next session. Kids love Bowen and Bowen loves kids.

My focus with children is on helping to keep their beautiful systems running clear. Much like you want to clear away any obstructions that keep a beautiful babbling brook from flowing.

My work has been influenced by pioneering authors such as Peter Levine and Wendy Anne McCarty. Wendy wrote a book called “Welcoming Consciousness” which describes how babies come into the world as exquisitely sentient beings. They feel everything in the womb, and in and around birth. Wendy expands on the field called PPN which means pre- and perinatal psychology. PPN explains the impact of strong emotional charges and trauma experienced by the mother that impact the baby in utero and/or around birth. Wendy talks about how babies are incredibly conscious beings who experience everything. We are all aware of the myriad of traumas that can occur around birth. Emergency caesarians, induced births, forceps and suction cap interventions, cords wrapped around necks & retained placentas are just a few examples. Mind Body Bowen is a great way to help shift these traumas in a very gentle way.

Peter Levine’s work (co-authored with Maggie Kline) entitled “Trauma-proofing Your Kids”, has also had a big impact on my work. Peter teaches that traumatic experiences can cause residual energy to be held in the nervous system. This is because, as humans, we often don’t allow our bodies the opportunity, to complete the physiological response to threats to our systems. Peter observed animals in the wild and noted that, though they may experience life-threatening situations daily, they rarely display symptoms of post-traumatic stress. This, he teaches, is because they complete the process of a stressful reaction by allowing, for example, shaking and trembling. This allows the discharge of the nervous energy that has been mustered to encounter the situation perceived as a threat.

Peter teaches that we must be careful not to teach our children to 'just get on with it and not be a crybaby' after they’ve experienced a trauma. This trauma could be a simple fall. Peter teaches that if we can be a container for their emotion, and hold them until their feelings shift, their little bodies will have a great opportunity to complete the process of releasing the trauma from their nervous systems.

Children then learn resilience. They gain the courage to encounter challenging situations, knowing they will come out feeling fine. In my experience, Bowen is wonderfully effective in helping children to clear any trauma from their systems. They can shift it so readily as they haven’t held the pattern for long.

 

 

Bowen for Kids

The heart centre of my practice is children. I am blessed to treat a wide range of children from babies through to teenagers. Children respond to Bowen with beams, tingles and declarations. There is no more convincing testament to the effectiveness of Bowen, than children running to your door, or booking themselves in for their next session. Kids love Bowen and Bowen loves kids.

My focus with children is on helping to keep their beautiful systems running clear. Much like you want to clear away any obstructions that keep a beautiful babbling brook from flowing.

My work has been influenced by pioneering authors such as Peter Levine and Wendy Anne McCarty. Wendy wrote a book called “Welcoming Consciousness” which describes how babies come into the world as exquisitely sentient beings.

They feel everything in the womb, and in and around birth. Wendy expands on the field called PPN which means pre- and perinatal psychology. PPN explains the impact of strong emotional charges and trauma experienced by the mother that impact the baby in utero and/or around birth. Wendy talks about how babies are incredibly conscious beings who experience everything. We are aware of the myriad of traumas that can occur around birth. Emergency caesarians, induced births, forceps and suction cap interventions, cords

wrapped around necks & retained placentas are just a few examples. Mind Body Bowen is a great way to help shift these traumas in a very gentle way.

Peter Levine’s work (co-authored with Maggie Kline) entitled “Trauma-proofing Your Kids”, has also had a big impact on my work. Peter teaches that traumatic experiences can cause residual energy to be held in the nervous system. This is because, as humans, we often don’t allow our bodies the opportunity, to complete the physiological response to threats to our systems. Peter observed animals in the wild and noted that, though they may experience life-threatening situations daily, they rarely display symptoms of post-traumatic stress. This, he teaches, is because they complete the process of a stressful reaction by allowing, for example, shaking and trembling. This allows the discharge of the nervous energy that has been mustered to encounter the situation perceived as a threat.

Peter teaches that we must be careful not to teach our children to 'just get on with it and not be a crybaby' after they’ve experienced a trauma. This trauma could be a simple fall. Peter teaches that if we can be a container for their emotion, and hold them until their feelings shift, their little bodies will have a great opportunity to complete the process of releasing the trauma from their nervous systems.

Children then learn resilience. They gain the courage to encounter challenging situations, knowing they will come out feeling fine. In my experience, Bowen is wonderfully effective in helping children to clear any trauma from their systems. They can shift it so readily as they haven’t held the pattern for long.

 

 

• falls & sports injuries

• headaches

• growing pains

• colds and coughs
• difficulty sleeping

• stress and anxiety
• asthma symptoms

• ear aches

• bed wetting

• digestive complaints

• night terrors

• distressed

• unsettled babies
• colic

• feeding problems

www.createcodesigners.com

Bowen for Kids

The heart centre of my practice is children. I am blessed to treat a wide range of children from babies through to teenagers. Children respond to Bowen with beams, tingles and declarations. There is no more convincing testament to the effectiveness of Bowen, than children running to your door, or booking themselves in for their next session. Kids love Bowen and Bowen loves kids.

My focus with children is on helping to keep their beautiful systems running clear. Much like you want to clear away any obstructions that keep a beautiful babbling brook from flowing.

My work has been influenced by pioneering authors such as Peter Levine and Wendy Anne McCarty. Wendy wrote a book called “Welcoming Consciousness” which describes how babies come into the world as exquisitely sentient beings. They feel everything in the womb, and in and around birth. Wendy expands on the field called PPN which means pre- and perinatal psychology. PPN explains the impact of strong emotional charges and trauma experienced by the mother that impact the baby in utero and/or around birth. Wendy talks about how babies are incredibly conscious beings who

experience everything. We are aware of the myriad of traumas that can occur around birth. Emergency caesarians, induced births, forceps and suction cap interventions, cords wrapped around necks & retained placentas are just a few examples. Mind Body Bowen is a great way to help shift these traumas in a very gentle way.

Peter Levine’s work (co-authored with Maggie Kline) entitled “Trauma-proofing Your Kids”, has also had a big impact on my work. Peter teaches that traumatic experiences can cause residual energy to be held in the nervous system. This is because, as humans, we often don’t allow our bodies the opportunity, to complete the physiological response to threats to our systems. Peter observed animals in the wild and noted that, though they may experience life-threatening situations daily, they rarely display symptoms of post-traumatic stress. This, he teaches, is because they complete the process of a stressful reaction by allowing, for example, shaking and trembling. This allows the discharge of the nervous energy that has been mustered to encounter the situation perceived as a threat.

Peter teaches that we must be careful not to teach our children to 'just get on with it and not be a crybaby' after they’ve experienced a trauma. This trauma could be a simple fall. Peter teaches that if we can be a container for their emotion, and hold them until their feelings shift, their little bodies will have a great opportunity to complete the process of releasing the trauma from their nervous systems.

Children then learn resilience. They gain the courage to encounter challenging situations, knowing they will come out feeling fine. In my experience, Bowen is wonderfully effective in helping children to clear any trauma from their systems. They can shift it so readily as they haven’t held the pattern for long.

 

 

Help for Little Bodies

 

Help for Childhood
Conditions

• falls & sports injuries

• headaches

• growing pains

• colds and coughs
• asthma symptoms

• ear aches

• bed wetting

• digestive complaints
• difficulty sleeping

• stress and anxiety

• night terrors

 

• colic

• feeding problems

• distressed

• unsettled babies

Help for Little Bodies

 

• colic

• feeding problems

• distressed

• unsettled babies

Help for Childhood
Conditions

• falls & sports injuries

• headaches

• growing pains

• colds and coughs
• asthma symptoms

• ear aches

• bed wetting

• digestive complaints
• difficulty sleeping

• stress and anxiety

• night terrors

 

Bowen for Kids

The heart centre of my practice is children. I am blessed to treat a wide range of children from babies through to teenagers. Children respond to Bowen with beams, tingles and declarations. There is no more convincing testament to the effectiveness of Bowen, than children running to your door, or booking themselves in for their next session. Kids love Bowen and Bowen loves kids.

My focus with children is on helping to keep their beautiful systems running clear. Much like you want to clear away any obstructions that keep a beautiful babbling brook from flowing.

My work has been influenced by pioneering authors such as Peter Levine and Wendy Anne McCarty. Wendy wrote a book called “Welcoming Consciousness” which describes how babies come into the world as exquisitely sentient beings. They feel everything in the womb, and in and around birth. Wendy expands on the field called PPN which means pre- and perinatal psychology. PPN explains the impact of strong emotional charges and trauma experienced by the mother that impact the baby in utero and/or around birth. Wendy talks about how babies are incredibly conscious beings who

experience everything. We are aware of the myriad of traumas that can occur around birth. Emergency caesarians, induced births, forceps and suction cap interventions, cords wrapped around necks & retained placentas are just a few examples. Mind Body Bowen is a great way to help shift these traumas in a very gentle way.

Peter Levine’s work (co-authored with Maggie Kline) entitled “Trauma-proofing Your Kids”, has also had a big impact on my work. Peter teaches that traumatic experiences can cause residual energy to be held in the nervous system. This is because, as humans, we often don’t allow our bodies the opportunity, to complete the physiological response to threats to our systems. Peter observed animals in the wild and noted that, though they may experience life-threatening situations daily, they rarely display symptoms of post-traumatic stress. This, he teaches, is because they complete the process of a stressful reaction by allowing, for example, shaking and trembling. This allows the discharge of the nervous energy that has been mustered to encounter the situation perceived as a threat.

Peter teaches that we must be careful not to teach our children to 'just get on with it and not be a crybaby' after they’ve experienced a trauma. This trauma could be a simple fall. Peter teaches that if we can be a container for their emotion, and hold them until their feelings shift, their little bodies will have a great opportunity to complete the process of releasing the trauma from their nervous systems.

Children then learn resilience. They gain the courage to encounter challenging situations, knowing they will come out feeling fine. In my experience, Bowen is wonderfully effective in helping children to clear any trauma from their systems. They can shift it so readily as they haven’t held the pattern for long.