Passionate and Compassionate, Amanda is a Bowen Therapist with a zest for life alongside a nurturing nature. Her clients have been heard to say ?can we please have a bottle of Amanda?s radiant smile, positivity, and encouragement? to take away.
Amanda?s dream from early childhood was to be a nurse. This turned to reality when she completed her RGN training at St Thomas Hospital, London in 1983. She undertook First Responder Training with the Ambulance Service and worked voluntarily in her local community up until 2015.
Amanda?s effervescent personality and sense of adventure radiates through her life. She can be seen regularly walking her dog in the local countryside; she loves skiing in the Alps; she has run the London Marathon and spent many years travelling and experiencing different cultures. She is the proud Mum of three amazing young men, all of whom have made use of a having a ?Bowen Mum? during their football, basketball and Lacrosse years!
Her natural calling towards health and wellbeing has led to a successful Bowen Practise in Upminster and the creation of The Essex Bowen Clinic. Amanda started her Bowen journey in 2008, training with The College of Bowen Studies. She has continued her personal development in Bowen with regular courses and studies, and is passionate about the development of the technique and the wider use of this therapy in the community. From treating babies of 3 days old, to sporting professionals and a client of 103 years of age, Amanda shows how Bowen truly is a therapy for all.
Amanda?s journey continues with The College of Bowen Studies; training to become a Tutor for new practitioners. Amanda will represent the College starting in November 2020. An exciting development in her Bowen Journey!