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Sat, 14 May


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Lymphatic Bowen - Athens

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Lymphatic Bowen - Athens
Lymphatic Bowen - Athens

Time & Location

14 May 2022, 09:30 – 17:00 EEST

Location is TBD

About the Event

 Our “Body Aquarium” as Perry Nickelston from Stop Chasing Pain explains is one of the body systems that we mention and briefly discuss in the core training with procedures that are known to assist in fluid mechanics and reduction of volume and improved circulation. 

The lymphatic system is a generally neglected chapter in education, and often thought of and treated as the distant related cousin in bodywork, when it is in fact an extremely important player in the proper functioning of our immune system, organ health, vitality and movement.

In this one day course we explore and take an adventure around the lymph system whilst giving you ideas, understanding and logical sequences to apply for your clients, adding to your possibilities and results. 

A lymph system that is not properly functioning is able to trigger unexplained aches and pains all around our bodies. The work will also be really useful for all types of swelling, fluid retention, inflammation, sinus problems, and a great assistant to scar work. 

What to expect?

A treasure map trip around the physiology of the...

Circulatory system


Lymphatic system



Terminal Vessels

Presentations in clinic not usually associated with Lymph

Understanding Lymphedema

Spotting initial signs of Lymphedema.

Primary Lymphedema

Secondary Lymphedema

Physical responses to Lymphedema

Additional indications and pre-cursors to lymphedema. 

Edema-associated Red Flags


The mechanism of the Bowen move and lymph.

A complete treatment for Lymph presentations. 

Knowing how to measure and compare ( Pearson’s Law ).


Understanding different pressure use for different outcomes. 

Client self-help to help with lymph movement.

CPD: BTPA 8 hours. 

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