Aadel Bülow-Hansen (24 September 1906 – 18 November 2001) was a Norwegian physiotherapist. Together with psychiatrist Trygve Braatøy (1904-1953), she developed psychomotor physiotherapy using psychomotorics, which can be used for the treatment of neuromuscular stress conditions. 
Aadel Bülow-Hansen was born in Kristiania (now Oslo), Norway. She went to primary school and middle school at Nissens Pigskole. She continused her education at Orthopedic and Medico-Mechanical Institute (Christiania Orthopediske and Medico Mekaniske Senter), which had been founded by her father, Victor Bülow-Hansen (1861–1938). 
She was employed by Sophie's Minde Clinic (now a subsidiary of Oslo University Hospital) from 1927 until 1945. During World War II, she worked together with neurologist Henrik Seyffarth, to find treatments for work-related stress. She came to understand that there might be a connection between muscle tension, respiration, and mental trauma. Bülow-Hansen had seen how important controlled respiration was to contributing to a healthy body and can also lead to control of the emotions. 
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