About Sheila Bryant
Sheila Bryant is an experienced Human and Equine Bowen therapist. She has a busy practice, treating at her home based clinic, and travelling to treat horses, their riders, grooms and owners in Gloucestershire and surrounding areas
Sheila is a member of the Bowen Therapist Professional Association
She originally trained in Bowen with the European College of Bowen Studies and BowenEquus, qualifying in 2000 and since has attended Continued Professional Development workshops with:
Julian Baker of E.C.B.S
Isis School of Bowen Studies run by Isy Saunders
John Wilkes of Bowtech
Micheal Burgess, Neurostructural Integration TechniqueGene Dobkins, Director of US Bowen, San Jincinto, CA, USA Neural Touch Bowen Bridge classes
Emmett Technique – Client assessment and treatment enhancement
Graham Pennington (A Textbook of Bowen Technique)
Gene Dobkins of Neural Touch
Warwickshire college in Equine Anatomy and Nutrition
Chelmsford College, Farrier science and current trends Equine Biomechanics and Gait Abnormalities with Dr. Hilary Clayton PhD MRCVS.Dr. Clayton runs a specialist research department at Mitchigan University USA
Howard Plummer Anatomy and Physiology of Connective Tissue – Working with fascia within the framework of Bowen Therapy
Sheila was one of the Therapists involved in the National Asthma Research Project. She has served on the panel of Bowen Therapists working with Skills for Health to set National Occupational Standards for Bowen.
Attendance to many talks and Conferences run by Gillian Higgins of Horses Inside Out
Equine dissections with Gillian Higgins and Dr. Andrew Hemmings of The Royal College of Agriculture, Cirencester:
Science in Motion with Jean Luc Cornelle, working with Equine Biomechanics
Previous to training in The Bowen Technique, Sheila obtained Level III/Teaching Cert in Usui Shiki Ryoho Reiki
She also trained for two years with Janet Morgan of The SpirituaL Venturers Association and obtained a Diploma in Vibrational Healing.
Outside of Bowen
Sheila is a qualified British Horse Society Instructor and has over 40 years experience working with horses, running her own competiton/training yard for 18 years. She competed in horse trials, riding to Advanced level and competing in three day events. She is still actively involved in training and producing horses.
Sheila’s quest is to further her knowledge by exploring all the possibilities that Bowen offers, and to work with Bowen, Neural Touch and the other factions of Bowen as a healing modality for the good of her human and equine clients.