Welcome to Aidanfield Bowen with Christine Robotham
I trained and qualified with the European College Of Bowen Studies (now known as The College of Bowen Studies) in 2001. I am a member of the Bowen Therapist Professional Association (BTPA) as well as the Complementary National Healthcare Council (CNHC). Membership of these organisations means that as well as being a qualified Bowen Therapist, I also hold qualifications in Anatomy, Physiology and First Aid, have public liability insurance and work to a strict Code of Conduct, as well as carrying out regular continuing professional development in the Bowen Technique.
As I have a profound love of animals, in 2004, following training with the European Guild of Canine Bowen Therapists, I became one of the first Canine Bowen Therapists to qualify in this country. Prior to moving to Northumberland in 2017, I ran a busy Bowen practise, both in the Midlands and the North West.
I now work from the ground floor clinic of my home in the peaceful village of Fenwick, just a couple of minutes off the A1 adjacent to Holy Island, eight miles south of Berwick upon Tweed.