Lisa’s interventions focus on relieving tense and painful muscles, particularly in the back, neck, and shoulders, which can impact your daily life. Using the Bowen Technique, she employs gentle, non-invasive rolling-type movements to send signals to the brain via the nervous system. Acute pain often improves within one to two sessions, while chronic pain may require additional sessions.

Resilience coaching supports better health and well-being both emotionally and physically as it typically addresses common areas of our lives that cause us set backs, overwhelm and low mood. These might be health problems, work-life balance, relationships, going through the menopause, to name a few.
Practice name
Lisa Kossuth Bowen Therapist and Resilience Coach
Lisa Kossuth

TN31 6PR
United Kingdom

Business telephone
07906 761045
Business Email

51.0007308, 0.6033999

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