Katie Krantz

Bowen Therapist

Working hours

  • Tues 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
  • Thurs 9.00 am - 5.00 pm

The discovery of Bowen Therapy has been life-changing for Katie’s clients.

Fascinated by its gentle yet profound impact on the body's self-healing mechanisms, she dedicated her career to mastering this unique and holistic approach.

Katie has worked in natural health for over 20 years, and her journey has led her to becoming a dedicated Bowen Therapist.

Katie embarked on her professional journey by transforming her passion for yoga into a thriving hot yoga and Pilates studio on the Northern Beaches. This transformative odyssey commenced with her study of Bikram yoga in Los Angeles back in 2005, eventually leading her to delve into the realms of Yin Yoga. Over two decades, Katie dedicated herself to an in-depth exploration of anatomy, physiology, and holistic health practices, ultimately shaping her into a full-time Bowen therapy practitioner.  Her primary focus is on assisting clients in living their best lives, free from pain.

In her work, she emphasises the importance of addressing the root causes of imbalances rather than merely alleviating symptoms, fostering a holistic understanding of health and well-being, and drawing from TCM, breathwork, and yoga.

Memberships: Katie is a member of the Bowen Association of Australia (MBAA 10599)

What is Bowen Therapy

Bowen Therapy comprises a specific series of gentle, soft-tissue, muscle and fascial, connective tissue movements designed to address a wide range of problems as well as injuries. It addresses internal systems, fascia, and nerves as well as the musculoskeletal and neuromuscular systems and body mind. Bowen Therapy is a gentle non-invasive technique, developed by Thomas Bowen (1916-1982) from Geelong, Victoria, which empowers the body’s own healing response. It helps restore homeostasis and balance to the body enabling it to repair, address pain, eliminate dysfunctional debris and re-pattern energy fields. Being holistic in nature, this therapeutic and deeply relaxing technique also enhances a person’s sense of wellbeing, physically, emotionally, and mentally.

Bowenwork is appropriate for anyone, from a newborn baby through the full spectrum of childhood to adulthood, to the frail and the elderly. It is useful to assist recovery from many conditions, from traumatic injury to chronic illness, depending on the person’s capacity to heal.

Conditions Bowenwork should be considered for:

  • back pain & sciatica
  • neck & shoulder problems including frozen shoulder
  • digestive & bowel problems including IBS
  • ear-ache, ear infections
  • headaches & migraines
  • fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome
  • knee, ankle & foot problems
  • menstrual & hormonal irregularities including infertility
  • fluid retention & lymphatic congestion
  • groin pain, pelvic tilt & uneven leg length
  • respiratory problems & hayfever
  • RSI, carpel tunnel syndrome, and tennis elbow
  • sports & accident injuries

Bowenwork is also effective for stress and related problems:

  • chronic tension and tightness
  • anxiety
  • sleep problems
  • post-traumatic stress
  • mind body integration
  • pre and post-surgery
  • chronic conditions as support

Reference: City Bowen & Natural Therapies website

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