Bowen Therapy prompts the body to change and adjust for a few days after treatment.
Optimal follow-up treatment is about a week. This allows the body to adjust, but catch the body’s compensatory patterns before they return.
Once the body is starting to hold, then the time between treatments starts to be extended.
Some clients like to have maintenance sessions, every month or two. Many don’t always feel like their body is too “out of whack” until they get off the table and realise how great they feel again. It’s a little like the “frog in the pot” analogy, getting used to something not quite right as being normal. On the flipside, I have a number of clients who feel like they’re out, and make an appointment before things get too bad. The body has great muscle memory once it knows what “good shape” is, and a single treatment is usually enough to prompt a return.