FHT Bowen Technique Practitioner Course



The Bowen Technique is possibly the greatest discovery of a complementary therapy and is revolutionising healthcare worldwide. Many academics and members of the medical profession have been impressed by the results this modality has achieved. Dr. R. Fleming in the UK states, “after more than 30 years years of general practice I am finding the Bowen Technique to be the most effective and efficient Hands-on procedure that I have ever studied”.

Dr. Lou Hassik, a Natural Medicine Practitioner from New Zealand states, “The Bowen Technique has made my previous approach to human health care redundant. I now consider Bowen technique to be the most important health care discovery in human history.”

Dr. Christine Staub, Director of Medical Options at Hugh Chatham Memorial Hospital in the USA writes, “As a family physician with special interest in the treatment of chronic illness and pain syndromes, where there are cases which do not seem to respond to anything or which come to an impasse, I have seen Bowen Therapy unlock the door … I am now committed to using Bowen Therapy as first line treatment whenever possible.”

Bowen Technique is a gentle hands-on-bodywork therapy, which involves a sequence of light, safe, non-invasive, yet dynamic moves on specific areas of connective tissue (muscle, tendon or nerve plexus) with frequent pauses and can be done on anyone from new-born infants to frail care older individuals.

This technique is believed to flow in harmony with the subtle energies of the body and sets up vibrational energy patterns with specific frequencies which affect particular parts of the body. It addresses the body as a whole unit and encourages an integrated response by balancing and re-aligning the body on all levels of the physical, chemical, emotional and mental aspects.

This technique was developed by the late Mr Thomas A. Bowen (1916-1982) in Geelong, Australia. After World War 2, he continued with his pursuit in finding ways of alleviating human suffering and began to notice that certain moves done on the body in a specific sequence on the body had particular effects. Over a period of time he developed the system as it is used today. The Original Bowen Technique is wholly original in that it is not derived from any other modality.

The fact that Bowen Technique has spread rapidly throughout the rest of the world with thousands of qualified practitioners in over 26 countries . The results speak for themselves.

(Above article extracted and adapted. Ref: Bowentherapy.co.za)



One Sunday a month.

Start date Sunday 4th February 2024- October 20th 2024


The course is divided into 2 modules. Both modules must be completed for overall qualification.

Accreditation: This course is an accredited qualification course by the FHT and recognised for insurance by Balens and all reputable insurance providers.

(Federation of Holistic Therapists)


Course Dates:

All classes are onsite except for case study support classes in July.

Course Dates:

All classes are onsite except for case study support classes in July.

February 4th, March 3rd, April 7th, May 19th , June 2nd , July 7th  (online support class/case studies), August 25th, September 29th,October 6th , Exam October 20th  .


Module 1

February-June. Units 1-6. The scheduled day is divided into Theory in the morning and a practical session in the afternoon.

Unit 1. February 4th Theory-History of Bowen Technique.  Opening moves, overview of the muscular and nervous system. Bowen specifics (breaks etc)

Unit 2. March 3rd Ankle, hamstring. Knee and shin moves.

Unit 3. April 7th Shoulder elbow and wrist moves.

Unit 4. May 19th Sacrum , coccyx and hip moves.

Unit 5. June 2nd – Module 1 practical assessment of moves.

Unit 6. July 7th Case study support for module 1 (online)


Module 2


Unit 7 – August 23rd – Kidney, groin and breast moves.

Unit 8 – September 29th– TMJ, Face and additional moves (shoulder variations, sinus variations etc) 

Unit 9 – October 6th Module 2 case study support class , revision and exam preparation.

Unit 10 – October 20th– Module 2-  Practical Assessment. Theory exam in the afternoon and all case studies submitted.


Course Fees

10 units in total divided into 2 modules. Classes are €200 or €250 per unit. Overall cost is €2,000. Past student discount of €200 offered to all ECRM past Diploma students.

Module 1- €200 per Unit/class. 5 onsite classes, 1 online, 6 sessions in total.

Module 2-€250 per Unit/class. 4 classes in total.

Classes can be paid as attended and receipts will be updated. Please note that all units must be complete, and assessments passed to gain the qualification.

Places will be limited. We are currently the only FHT Bowen Practitioner qualification in Ireland. Places can be secured on the link below and deposit will be deducted from course fees. We expect to run a waiting list.

Post Graduate Course: You must already be qualified in anatomy and physiology/another holistic therapy and have completed business/professional ethics. If you are not qualified, please contact us and we can discuss the options of sitting the online anatomy and physiology exam.



Module 1- practical exam and Case studies

Module 2- practical exam and case studies

Final Theory Exam.


Course deposit of €200 can be paid through paypal ([email protected]) or direct bank transfer to secure a place. The website page will go live this week and the deposit can also be paid through the website.


Direct bank transfer:

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Start Time – 10am.

Finish – 4pm.

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