Carol Bennett, B.T., A.N.A., C.T.B.I

This course, developed and taught by Carol, was formerly (1997-2005)endorsed by BOWTECH and the BOWEN ACADEMY OF AUSTRALIA, who are the recognized world authorities on Bowen.

Carol is the Founder of the Animal Connection Network™, author/publisher, 13 years Animal Nutrition Advisor, 23 years water aerobics instructor, 15 years Bowen Therapist, 15 years Touch Balancing/Animal Bowen™ Practitioner, 13 years Accredited Instructor of Touch Balancing/Animal Bowen™ by the Bowen Academy of Australia.

Lynn Peck, D.V.M, M.S.

Dr. Lynn Peck 2/15/57 5/30/2017 After a short but devastating illness Dr. Peck passed away peacefully. Dr. Pecks pioneering work in the field of holistic healing for animals suffering from pain or behavioral issues was nothing less than extraordinary. Her empathy and kindness in relating to animals brought many a chronic case back to healthy, happy life, she will be missed greatly by all. Please note if you were a student of hers for Touch Balancing/Animal Bowen you are still able to certify through the Animal Connection Network.

Lynn Peck is a 1988 graduate of the University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine, with a master’s degree in Equine Reproductive Physiology. Since 1989 she has worked both in private clinical practice (mixed and small animal) and basic and applied research at the University of Florida, including research in alternative therapies. She has a courtesy appointment to the College of Veterinary Medicine for alternative medicine teaching and research.

Dr. Peck is a certified Touch Balancing/Animal Bowen™ Practitioner and Instructor. She has been using Touch Balancing/Animal Bowen™ for 10 years and has been teaching with Carol Bennett, the developer of Touch Balancing/Animal Bowen™, since 2003.

In addition to Animal Bowen, Dr. Peck uses kinesiology, nutrition, homeopathy, acupuncture, Neuro-Emotional Technique™, osteopathic evaluation and other holistic therapies in her equine and small animal practice, All Holistic Veterinary Care, P.A., in Gainesville, Florida.

Prior to becoming a veterinarian, Dr. Peck was an active competitor in dressage and combined training, earned her Assistant Riding Instructor’s certification, and was a qualified rider member of the California Dressage Society.