Craniosacral therapy and Bowen therapy - and Parkinson's Disease - 4th Mar 2014

Thanks to the work of John Coleman, Melbourne naturopath and Bowen Therapist, it is recognised that Bowen helps with Parkinson’s disease. In this link Parkinson’s specialist Robert Rodgers explains the difference between Bowen Therapy and craniosacral therapy, and how both therapies will help.
“My personal experience with Bowen therapy involved a treatment I received from Naturopath doctor John Coleman and his associate four years ago at a workshop in Tacoma, Washington. I loved receiving the Bowen treatment from John. It clearly allows for gentle releases of stress, trauma and tension.”
Click here to go to the Parkinson Recovery website.
For more information on how John works, and to read about his story go to John’s website.  

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