This two day assessment workshop, designed specifically for Bowen practitioners, will give you the tools to provide a more targeted and effective treatment for your clients. By learning to objectively test and document limitations, you will then be able to choose the most appropriate Bowen procedures, helping to avoid over-treatment, and staying true to Tom Bowen’s “less is more” mission. With these objective measures, you will be able to educate your clients on the source of their discomfort, communicate client progress to other providers, and document outcomes for further Bowen research.
• To understand the concept of Tensegrity and its applications to the fascial system
• To gain specific knowledge of the fascial lines, the anatomical landmarks within these lines, and the pathologies commonly associated with them
• To learn to objectively analyze and document postural limitations in the fascial lines, utilizing Myofascial Length Testing
• To learn to select appropriate Bowen procedures based on Myofascial Length Testing outcomes.
• To learn to objectively evaluate and document pre- and post-treatment measures in order to determine the efficacy of treatment
• To be able to establish a customized Bowen treatment plan based on objective findings
To watch a webinar recording of Kelly Clancy explaining the LIFT method click here.
As an Occupational Therapist, Certified Hand therapist, Structural Medicine Specialist, and Bowen Practitioner, Kelly uses her skills as a manual therapist and ergonomist to address the postural components that can contribute to pain and dysfunction. Along with treating the structural issues that may be present, Kelly also assesses ergonomics, stress and nutritional factors, and their impact on the body’s regulatory systems.
Kelly graduated from Colorado State University’s school of Occupational Therapy in 1987. She completed her sub- specialty training in Hand Therapy and became certified in 1994. In 2006, Kelly received her Bowenwork training from the Bowen Academy of Australia, where she went on to complete her Instructor training in 2010. In 2011, she completed her three-year Structural Medicine degree through the Institute of Structural Medicine. Kelly holds a certificate in holistic healthcounseling from Institute for Integrative Nutrition, and is also on clinical faculty with the University of Washington’s rehabilitation department. She teaches nationally and internationally on topics relating to fascia and manual therapy.
For more information, visit her website.