Weinberger Bowenworks

Weinberger Bowenworks

Weinberger Bowenworks

 

 

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About Bowenwork

Living in good health and pain free is a common goal.  Weinberger Bowenworks can help you get there!  Please read more to gain insightful information on how Bowenwork can benefit you and help your specific condition.  From chronic exhaustion to acute sports injury and all sorts of maladies in between, Bowenwork is effective, holistic, gentle, and powerful

Bowenwork is unique in the field of bodywork and provides long lasting results. A Bowenwork session consists of a series of  a relatively few, gentle moves through light-weight clothing (or on skin). Bowen’s gentle “moves” over muscle and other soft tissue address the whole body, stimulating it to reset and heal itself. The healing may occur at all levels as needed: physical, chemical, emotional, mental, energetic etc.  A session may last from fifteen minutes to an hour. Most often, a surprisingly few sessions are needed to alleviate complaints, whether structural or functional, even if long-standing. The results generally hold for a long time; until there is a re-injury.  Bowenwork is completely safe and appropriate for everyone from newborns to the very elderly and frail. Highly trained athletes and pregnant women benefit equally, each according to need.

Contact Weinberger Bowenworks:

Weinberger Bowenworks is located at 4741 N 1st Avenue Tucson, AZ 85718.   
Available by appointment.
Phone:  520-903-8406

 

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2 Replies to “Weinberger Bowenworks”

  1. Just heard about your diagnosis. My husband and I are big fans and will be praying for you and yours. Bill was recently diagnosed with a rare form of cancer and is undergoing chemo. Treatment is to push it back if possible to give him a little more time. So, we are there with you and understand how important family, friends, and above all, prayer is at this time.

    1. I will be praying for you all. I will pray for hope to spring forth and lots of joyful moments in the coming months. I’ll pray for Bill’s body and mind and heart. Thank you for sharing.

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