Austin Burn-Jones (Bowen in Devon)
|Last online||8th Sep 2011|
|Member since||18th Jun 2010|
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I have been practicing Bowen Therapy in Totnes at the Teresa Knight Clinic in Devon for the past 7 years. I also operate at a satellite clinic in Exeter at the Holmedale Health Centre.
As well as normal opening hours, I also offer a late night clinic service till 9pm, and also Saturday morning treatments.
For those who are unfamiliar with Bowen Therapy and how it can help problems such as Frozen Shoulder, Back Pain, Migraine, Whiplash and Sciatica - Think of it as a similar approach to Chiropractic, Physiotherapy or Osteopathy. Only with Bowen Technique there is no crunching or reason to use any force. Bowen Therapy is very gentle, yet extremely effective.
Professional Photographer for a decade, worked on cruise ships, then Devon Life Magazine, then freelance. Wet Bell Diver off Plymouth Sound for a while trying to get myself killed rescuing other people, and then one day very nearly succeeding at 120ft in a RIP tide. Needless to say my last day working there. Back to photography for local rag, then briefly worked as a baker at clives pies, and as a french teacher. Moved to Germany to work in the american military bases selling educational programs. Gulf war put a sudden end to that venture. Became Software trainer for large corporate companies for a couple of years - became quickly cynical about other 'computer experts' (its all smoke and mirrors, and mostly BS). Manager at Greenlife Health Food Shop while training and building Bowen Technique business. Seven years later still doing it and enjoying it. I never stop training. Had the honour of taking part in a ground breaking dissection at St Georges Hospital Medical School 3 years ago. One of only 16 people in the UK to have performed such a thing at the time. The medical world has never been the same since, much of what we discovered has created huge waves within the world of medicine. 450 years of preconceptions overturned in 2 days. This february attended another ground breaking dissection of the Jaw, Head and Neck at Imperial College London - another first!
In amongst this conglomoration of madness I met my wife to be, in Vancouver boarding a cruise ship in 1996 - (Married in 2000) fifteen years later, strangley she is still talking to me.
PS. I have just had my 40th birthday, which is just not right! I swear I am only 25, although Sally (wife) reckons I behave like I am 10, so maybe something balances out somewhere along the line (answers on a postcard...)