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Guest Post; Bowen Therapy & some advice
I have the beautiful Anna from over at Seasons of Lust Blog today dropping by to share with you her most recent experience with Bowen Therapy.
In my own words (about her blog); This girl is the kind of girl you want and need in your life – she quite literally will light up any room she walks in to and brings her energy to any encounter you have. I actually met her on Twitter – what can I say, it was love at first tweet – and after our first catch up being a 4 hour lunch date, the rest is history. Her blog is one of my favourites, and I have spent many an hour pouring over all her posts getting sucked in to all her travel and perth adventure posts. I call this call Miss Tourism Australia as she literally inspires me with her amazing adventures not just internationally, but within our own beautiful country. I can’t WAIT for you to ‘meet’ her and fall in love as much as I did.
Introducing Anna …
After hurting my foot, when I thought going for a big walk in thongs was a good idea, I came back to Perth in A LOT of pain. I was limping and each day spent not being able to walk or run made me very annoyed and frustrated. Luckily, I have a lady at work that is like my 2nd mother who is perfectly aligned with my holistic approach to life. She sent me a link about Bowen Therapy & within 30 minutes, I was all booked in with her Bowen specialist at lunch (gotta love cancellations!)
What is Bowen Therapy? It’s a holistic remedial body technique that works on the soft tissue. Bowen therapy helps the body’s own healing resources to achieve balance and harmony.
It’s something that can be noticed from the first session. I went in for an inflamed foot and I got a full body message; the lower back pain I mentioned to her before the massage was due to the muscle tightness I felt in my left quad in particular and my shoulders too.
- Lymphatic and venous draining
- Assimilation of nutrients
- Elimination of toxins
- Joint mobility
- Normalisation of cellular physiology and tissue integrity
- Sports and accident injuries
- Frozen shoulders
- Stress disorders
- Neck and head tension
- Musculoskeletal pain and imbalance
- Respiratory and asthma complaints
- Acute and chronic fatigue
- Bed wetting
- Digestive problems
- Menstrual complaints
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Hormonal disorders
- Hyperactive disorder
- Learning difficulties
Inspiring babe of the week; Suzey Long from Vanity Box Skin Couture
FROM THE HEART….
Inspiring Babe of the week: Athanae Lucev from her OWN Company – Athanae Lucev
IF after you read this interview, like I did, and want to find out how you can work with her, how she can take your personal branding from unknown to out of this world – then drop her a line at firstname.lastname@example.org (you can tell her Anna sent you) xx
5 minutes with Athane Lucev …
Images: 1. Ath in all her beautiful soul glory – the girl oozes style, grace, love & beauty.
2. At her first speaking gig for her business at the respected law firm K&L Gates in Perth.
3. With her wonderful partner Todd (these two make an amazing team and Todd supports Ath every step of the way).
4. With her best bud and first ever client, Holly. Ath says that although they’re different in so many ways they learn so much from each other. Holly is Ath’s constant inspiration (this girl is also a force to be reckoned with).
Inspiring Babe of the week: Peta Kelly from Anatome Integrated Wellness
Her energy, infectious. Her goals can’t help but inspire & love of life unparallelled. She can walk in a room and by the end of a talk shift mindsets and inspire you to live better and be better. She quite literally changes lives.
Inspiring Babe of the week; Nikki from Sunshine for the soul
Her energy is infectious, support is uplifting and message super inspiring and so when I wanted to start a new section on the blog interviewing gorgeous souls I knew Nikki was the girl to kick it off with.
p.p.s Have a wonderful weekend I will see you back here on Monday xx
Nikki from Sunshine for the soul
+ Tell me how you got in to blogging?
Yes I am and I LOVE it. Working (if I can call it that) with people to support, help and guide them make their life bigger and brighter is so rewarding. I work with people from a holistic approach, which means I look at four key areas in their life: Relationships, career, physical activity and spirituality. I assess these core areas and work with my clients to identify where things may be off balance or not working for them, set agreed goals and action plans.
WANT TO FOLLOW THIS INSPIRING BABE?? thought you might…
Images: All taken from her delightful Instagram. Follow her at nicole_perhne