Bowenwork for Fascial Health to Host Community Clinic

Pictured, Bowenwork Practitioner Lisa Toole working on a patient.

SEACOAST —On Sat., February 8, Bowenwork for Fascial Health will host a community clinic at Friends Forever International in Durham.
Facilitated by Bowenwork practitioners Ainslee Farrington, Cheryl Brown and Lisa Toole, sessions are approximately 15-20 minutes and appropriate for anyone, including newborns, athletes, pregnant women and the elderly.
“These sessions can help restore balance through the autonomic nervous system,” said Farrington. “It is not unusual to have people fall asleep during these sessions as the body shifts toward parasympathetic dominance, or what is commonly known as a rest, relax and repair mode.”
Some conditions that are seen to respond well to Bowenwork include back and shoulder pain, migraines, TMJ, sports injuries, foot and ankle issues, Plantar fasciitis, chronic fatigue, depression and more.
“Just one mini-session can have a profound impact,” added Toole.
Bowenwork for Fascial Health offers community clinics on the second Saturday of each month from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Friends Forever International, 1 Morgan Way, Durham. The next clinic takes place on Sat., February 8.
Clinics are free for college students and children (18 and under) and $25.00 for adults.
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