Bowen Therapist in Launceston
Marie Paterson is a qualified Bowen Therapist - Human, Equine and Canine.
Marie treats people and dogs at her clinic in Launceston, Tasmania and travels to treat dogs and horses.
Bowen Therapy is a technique which involves a series of small specific non-invasive moves to muscles, tendons and soft tissue fibres of the body.
It can treat a wide range of muscular, structural and visceral conditions and is so gentle it is suitable for all walks of life.
Introducing canine hydrotherapy - open now!
We are delighted to announce the introduction of canine hydrotherapy, as our purpose-built canine underwater treadmill is now open.
Hydrotherapy is ideal for dogs recovering from a variety of injuries and surgeries, as the underwater treadmill allows them to walk while the buoyancy of the water greatly reduces loading on painful or healing structures.
Bowen Therapy for people
Bowen moves are a form of gentle but precise soft tissue manipulation. They're suitable for all ages and are focused on crucial junctions of muscle, ligament or tendon nerve pathways, blood and lymph circulation.
Bowen Therapy for dogs
Like people, animals respond very well to Bowen Therapy. Many problems can be painlessly resolved and whether the treatment is for a pet, show, agility or working animal, young or old, the benefits of Bowen are many.
Bowen Therapy can achieve profound improvements in overall wellbeing and quality of life, as well as addressing specific physical complaints in people and animals. Read about some of our success stories.