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How to Train (in Bowen Therapy)
The Bowen Therapy Professional Association (BTPA) is not a training organisation.
However, we do accept students from all schools of the Bowen Technique (click here for the list). Details of their courses can be obtained directly from each of these schools and whichever route a student decides to take, completion of their course will get them well on their way to being able to join the BTPA register, providing a list of professional Bowen Therapists to the general public.
We support Bowen practitioners and students at whatever stage of their learning (see membership benefits and criteria). Full members who have completed all the requirements for the BTPA register will also be eligible to join the Complementary and Natural Healthcare Council’s (CNHC) register for complementary therapists that are recognised by the NHS (click here for more information about CNHC).
As part of ongoing continuous professional development (CPD), BTPA expects full members to keep their knowledge and skills base up to date. To assist with this BTPA recognises and accepts a wide range of teachers and trainers.
Click to see the CPD requirements and a list of teachers and trainers.
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The Bowen Technique is not intended as a substitute for medical advice or treatment.
We recommend you consult your own doctor about any health concerns you may have.