Chloe Smith
Body Mind Workers & Bowen Practitioner

Body Mind Worker

What is Body Mind Work?

We are a group of people who are passionate about educating and assisting you in learning more about how your mind works to resolve pain, depression, anxiety and many more chronic conditions.

Our Vision

Engaging individuals to unlock their personal limitations, to become powerful drivers for change.

How does it work?

Most problems that you face as a human being in your day to day life, have a neurological connection and it is this, we believe, that keeps you continually re-producing your problem. Even though you wish that you didn’t do it or have it, your unconscious mind recreates this for you.

From the moment you wake up in the morning you are communicating non-verbally but many of us are just not aware of this.  In Body Mind Work we have you use a direct link to your mind via feeding back non-verbal communication. This feedback loop is then interrupted to produce a whole new neurological association, which we find moves you from being a victim of your life story, to becoming the observer.

This shift in neurology transforms your thinking and quite literally saves years of conventional therapy. The Hudson Process© underpins all of our work and is being used to help with all types of conditions where a client may be suffering from dis-ease both physical and mental. We have currently helped people sort over 110 different conditions and the list is growing everyday.

Chronic Pain










Self confidence


Panic Attacks


Crohn’s Disease

How are we different from conventional therapy?

One of the wonderful things about this work is that no content is needed. Unlike conversational therapy, we aim to sort, not support your problem. Quite often we seek understanding to the problem however this only allows the problem to become more ‘fixed’ neurological. By interrupting the neurological loop of your problem it causes the structure of it to become weaker and eventually it ceases to exist.

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