The holistic gentle approach returning your pet to full health


Bowen Therapy is responsive to, but not limited to;

-All muscular, tendon, ligament, skeletal, nerve fascia/connective tissue problems

-All pain and stiffness

-restricted range of movement & Arthritis

-gait abnormalities/alignment including slipped discs

-chronic and acute injury rehabilitation

-Hip & Elbow dysplasia

-Paralysis & Coonhound syndrome

-behavioural problems relating to pain, stress or emotional origin

-TMJ and Jaw problems

-epilespsy and seizures

-digestive disorders

-skin & hormone problems

-urinary/kidney system issues

-arthritis and age related complaints

-ACL, CCL tears/injuries

-Wobblers syndrome

"Hippocrates held the belief that the body must be treated as a whole and not just a series of parts"

Hippocrates 460-357BC

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What is Bowen Therapy?

It is named after its creator Tom Bowen from Geelong and has been in existence since 1950.  Canine Bowen Therapy is a soft tissue (fascia/connective tissue) Therapy that encourages the body’s own innate healing power. A Bowen therapist works with the body's largest system known as fascia, this is the tissue that surrounds and is connected to all of the body's systems, there is superficial and deep fascia.  This is why Bowen is such an effective and amazing therapy.


There is no pain or manipulation involved with a session rather a manoevre of the fascia both in the areas causing the presenting issue but also those connected.  It is an extremely relaxing therapy and feels like a gentle massage to your dog, they get into a state of deep relaxation and often fall asleep this is when the body does most of its repairing and re-setting.


activating the body's 8 systems together to switch on its innate healing processes

  • Skeletal 

  • Muscular

  • Urinary

  • Lymphatic/immune

  • Integumentary (skin)

  • Nervous 

  • Acupuncture/Meridian 

  • Circulatory

Get in touch

 Thank you for your enquiry, woof x

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Open Hours

Wednesday: 12pm to 9pm

Thursday: 10am to 6pm

Saturday: 10am to 4pm

***After hours appointments and

home visits by arrangement

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