Geelong Bowen


Myotherapy stands as a sophisticated and specialised therapeutic discipline at the intersection of healthcare and musculoskeletal wellness. With its focus on the assessment, treatment, and management of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. Our myotherapists are dedicated to enhancing your quality of life through precision and comprehensive care.

Incorporating expertise and knowledge of physiological processes encompassing how muscles function, respond to stressors, and influence overall movement patterns, a thorough understanding of biomechanics, allows us to discern postural deviations, joint dynamics, and muscular imbalances.

Myotherapy’s significance extends beyond isolated concerns. It caters to a wide spectrum of muscular issues, ranging from acute injuries to chronic conditions. These can encompass postural deviations stemming from modern sedentary lifestyles, sports-related injuries, occupational strains, and the intricate interplay between muscles and pain perception. This inclusive approach acknowledges that optimal musculoskeletal health is a cornerstone of overall well-being, influencing mobility, comfort, and even emotional resilience.


Our myotherapists are deeply rooted in evidence-based practices, grounded in scientific research, clinical studies, and years of practical experience ensuring that therapeutic interventions are not only effective but also aligned with the latest advancements in the field.

At the core of myotherapy’s efficacy lies its multifaceted approach. This approach entails a blend of therapeutic modalities and techniques meticulously chosen to suit each individual’s needs. Deep tissue massage, trigger point therapy, Bowen Therapy, myofascial release, and even dry needling are skillfully applied to address specific concerns. Moreover, the ability to design a personalised exercise program and offer lifestyle recommendations empowers you to be an active participant in your journey toward optimal health.

The conditions Myotherapy can treat are as follows: –

What to expect from a myotherapy consultation:

Assessment – Clinical assessment is reliant on history taking, examination routines of particular joints or regions, assisted by highly developed tactile, palpatory skills and a thorough understanding of joint and muscular assessment procedures. These skills distinguish Myotherapy from other physical therapies. Assessment of potential causes of dysfunction is also important, as is a detailed postural examination.
Treatment – Soft tissue manipulation, Trigger Point Therapy, Myofascial dry needling, Myofascial release, Cupping, Postural assessment and correction, Corrective exercises (stretches, strength), Core stability exercises.


Holistic Assessment

Tailored treatment plans based on thorough musculoskeletal evaluation.

Targeted Techniques

Evidence-based approaches like deep tissue massage and myofascial release for specific muscle issues.

Pain Management

Addressing trigger points, tension, and spasms to reduce pain perception.


Exercises, education, and lifestyle recommendations for long-term musculoskeletal health.

Injury Prevention

Correcting imbalances and dysfunctional movement patterns to prevent injuries.


Coordinated care with other healthcare professionals for comprehensive treatment.


Beneficial for pain, injuries, postural problems, and strains.


Techniques grounded in scientific research and clinical experience.


Customized approach to address individual needs.


Active participation in recovery through exercise and education.

Comprehensive Well-Being

Enhancing overall health by improving pain, function, and movement.