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  • Writer's pictureLisa Kossuth

Welcome to my new blog!

As a Bowen Technique therapist and resilience coach, I will be offering tips and ideas on improving and supporting your health and wellbeing.

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Are you looking to feel healthy and resilient?

First of all, a quick introduction. I have been a professional Bowen therapist for 15 years and have been a soft tissue therapist for over 17 years. I originally trained in holistic Swedish body massage, Indian head massage, Slavic massage, Reiki, Bach flower remedies and then in more recent years, resilience coaching.

Many clients who come to me for Bowen therapy have stayed with me for over ten years, so they continue to remain active and enjoy a richer quality of life. A big part of the treatment is also listening to the client as well as sharing thoughts and ideas around their health and wellbeing which might support their recovery.

We all suffer with aches and pains in our joints and muscles at some point in our lives often due to posture, injury, stress, health conditions, the menopause and more recently due to long Covid. If we ignore them, it can negatively affect our desired lifestyle, our loved ones and our work-life balance leading to potential further complications in the future.

I was diagnosed with Fibromyalgia when I hit my 40's but most likely it started when I was just 19 years old with persistent neck, shoulder, back pain, brain fog and fatigue with no apparent cause. My journey to recovery began with using various alternative therapies for a couple of decades but it was particularly when I started a course of sessions with a Bowen Technique therapist that I started to see a bigger shift towards more energy and less pain. I then went onto to train with the College of Bowen Studies now based in Suffolk.

I am great believer that no one treatment fixes everything and exercise, nutrition, mindfulness, meditation, creating a better work-life balance and building healthier relationships definitely all played a part towards my recovery.

However, I still believe that Bowen therapy gave me the energy and motivation to shift towards improving all areas of my life. With the added knock of a radical hysterectomy in my late 40's, I have had to use everything I know to manage the symptoms of sudden menopause as well and I don't always get it right but I do know how and who to ask for help. I also feel fortunate that Bowen therapy is always there to give me some instant relief from pain and fatigue so I can enjoy life, work, family and friends.

Isn't that all we want? to live our lives with health and resilience in the best way we can?

Every one of us has our own unique experience and and so what works for one, won't work for all. With my experience working with soft tissue as a former holistic massage therapist and now working as a Bowen therapist, Reiki practitioner, with Bach flower remedies and as a resilience coach, I will share tips, ideas or information on things that have worked for me or people that I know. It is never too late!

Have a great day.

Lisa x

Lisa Kossuth Cert ECBS, MFHT is a professional Bowen Technique therapist and resilience coach based in Northiam, Nr Rye, East Sussex.. You can contact her at

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