Bowen Therapy Professional Association


I qualified with Clare Maxwell Hudson School of Massage in 1994 and again with the International Federation of Aromatherapists ( in 2007.  This training took place over 2 years in part-time study and with the completion of Anatomy and Physiology examination.   I have regular continuing professional development as required by health professionals.  My practice has included voluntary work in a hospice and at the Royal Marsden where the benefits of aromatherapy and massage are recognised.

Treatments can help, for example, the following symptoms:

  • pain in muscles and joints
  • stress
  • muscle tension and mobility
  • headaches
  • anxiety
  • mild depression
  • low energy levels
  • insomnia
  • hormonal imbalances
  • low resistance to infections and viruses
  • eczema and skin problems
  • circulatory problems

Tips to assist your aromatherapy:  

  • Arrange to have treatment when you do not have to rush at anything afterwards
  • Have a warm bath (not too hot) prior to the treatment to assist absorption of the oils
  • Allow maximum time for absorption and effect of the essential oils by not washing off for at least 12 hours


Amanda Cutler-Little, Bowen therapist in West Sussex. Bowen Technique, Bowen Therapy and Bowen describe the light touch therapy devised by Tom Bowen in Australia. Bowen Therapy is holistic, treating the whole patient, not just symptoms and has been reported to be effective for conditions such as low back pain, sciatica, headache, migraine, asthma, shoulder pain, neck problems, tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, RSI and other musculo-skeletal conditions. Bowen Therapy can often have a relaxing effect which may help people suffering from tension or stress syndromes.

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