Spring Bowen Therapy

Karin Mavromatis

48A Carrington rd
Randwick NSW 2031

Servicing area: Based in Randwick in Sydney's Eastern suburbs

Spring Bowen Therapy provides a Bowen therapy service for both people and small animals (dogs and cats) in a peaceful clinic located in Randwick, just around the corner from Queens Park.

Spring Bowen Therapy

Bowen therapy involves a series of gentle moves on certain points over our muscles, tendons, ligaments and nerves which sends signals through our body via the fascia (the web-like connective tissue which joins our bones, muscles, tendons and nerves and which also encases our organs).

Because the fascial (connective tissue) system interacts with the muscoskeletal, vascular, nervous and lymphatic systems, Bowen therapy can help with a wide variety of conditions. By focusing on treating the fascia, all these systems will potentially be self-regulating and restored by returning the body’s fascia to its original length, strength and function.

Bowen therapy for people

Bowen therapy is safe for all (from babies to the elderly, pregnant women and everyone in between) and because of its holistic nature, Bowen can help with a broad range of conditions, such as:

  • sports injuries

  • musculoskeletal problems (such as back pain, tennis elbow, frozen shoulder, etc.)

  • respiratory concerns (such as asthma and allergies such as hay fever, etc.)

  • chronic conditions

  • digestive issues

  • headaches and migraine

  • insomnia

  • stress

  • depression and anxiety

  • fertility concerns

  • hormonal imbalances

  • pre and post-operative treatment

  • baby colic

  • bedwetting

Bowen therapy for dogs and cats (canine and feline Bowen therapy)

As with people, when an animal has an injury or illness or has experienced trauma, the body begins to develop compensatory patterns of use to avoid further discomfort or pain. If left untreated these patterns of use start to interfere with the wellbeing and function of the body over time. Bowen therapy can help animals in a number of ways:

  • Assists in the healing process for dogs and cats who have been injured
  • Helps improve behavioural issues, such as anxiety
  • Assists in the recovery process after surgery
  • Benefits older animals with degenerative conditions
  • Supports animals born with specific breed-related genetic issues
  • Improves the performance of show, agility and working animals

To discover more about Bowen therapy and how it can help you and your furry friend, please visit:

Feel free to get in touch to have a chat about Bowen therapy for you or your pet - calls, texts and emails are most welcome!

Qualification details

I am a member of the Bowen Association of Australia (BAA). In addition to a Diploma of Specialised Bowen Therapy and a qualification in Animal Bowen Therapy, I also hold an undergraduate degree in Psychology and Sociology and a Master of International Relations.

Service categories

Spring Bowen Therapy