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Bowen Therapy & Cupping

Carolyn brings 15 years of experience in Bowen Therapy, a holistic remedial treatment that utilises a cross-fibre muscle technique. This therapy targets the body's connective tissue (fascia), focusing on muscles, tendons, ligaments, and surrounding skin. Carolyn's practice is further enhanced with trigger point therapy, myofascial cupping, dry needling, and muscle correction, providing a comprehensive approach to physical wellness.

Benefits of Carolyn's Bowen Therapy include:

  • Releasing locked motor and trigger points in muscles

  • Improved range of muscle motion

  • Better posture

  • Enhanced blood flow

  • Relief from chronic pain, muscle strains, and tendonitis


Carolyn’s combination treatment offers holistic relief, addressing the root causes of pain and discomfort while promoting optimal muscle and tissue health.

My Approach

The primary goal of my therapy is to alleviate pain by activating the nervous system, ensuring a holistic approach to treatment that yields enduring outcomes. My comprehensive method addresses a wide range of musculoskeletal and related neurological issues, including:

  • Sports injuries

  • Soft tissue complaints

  • Acute and chronic pain stemming from stress and tension

  • Misalignment of muscles, ligaments, and tendons

  • Headaches and migraines

  • Back pain and sciatica

  • Poor posture

  • Neck and shoulder pain and stiffness

  • TMJ dysfunction


Each treatment is tailored to not just manage symptoms but to provide sustainable management and improvement of these conditions.

Dry Needling

Dry needling is a precise technique where fine needles are gently inserted into specific areas of a muscle, known as myofascial trigger points, to alleviate pain and discomfort. This method aims to encourage the release or relaxation of tight muscle tissues, enhancing comfort and mobility.

The needles we use at our facility are sterile, high-quality, and incredibly thin, ranging from 0.16 to 0.30 millimeters in diameter. They are single-use to ensure safety and hygiene, with minimal risk of bleeding or bruising at the insertion site. By targeting the tense parts of the muscle, dry needling is carefully executed to maximize therapeutic effects and is removed after a brief duration. As part of a comprehensive treatment plan, dry needling offers numerous benefits, including reduced pain, increased joint flexibility, enhanced muscle activation, and accelerated tissue healing post-injury.

Dry needling is versatile and can be effectively used to address a wide array of musculoskeletal issues throughout the body. It is particularly beneficial for chronic conditions that have not responded well to other treatments. Common ailments treated with dry needling include headaches, jaw or TMJ dysfunction, neck pain, rib and thoracic pain, acute and chronic shoulder injuries, tennis and golfer’s elbow, lower back pain, and plantar fasciitis.

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