BodyTalk is a consciousness-based, non-invasive therapy that works with the body in its healing process. It can be used as a stand-alone system that addresses a variety of health conditions, or integrated with other health systems and therapies to promote effective and faster healing.
BodyTalk is a simple and effective holistic therapy that allows the body’s energy systems to be re-synchronized so they can operate as nature intended. Each system, cell, and atom is in constant communication with each other at all times. Through exposure to the stresses of day-to-day life, however, these lines of communication can become compromised or disconnected, which then leads to a decline in physical, emotional and/or mental well-being. Reconnecting these lines of communication enables the body’s internal mechanisms to function at optimal levels, thus repairing and preventing disease while rapidly accelerating the healing process. In this way, BodyTalk stimulates the body’s innate ability to balance and heal itself on all levels.
While BodyTalk does not diagnose or treat specific ailments, it allows the body’s own healing abilities to effect change. Clients have exhibited long-lasting, ongoing improvements in the areas of stress, emotional disorders, chronic pain and fatigue, digestive disorders and arthritis.
The BodyTalk Process
1. The BodyTalk System facilitates communication with the body’s innate wisdom through neuromuscular biofeedback. This feedback provides the practitioner with a “yes” or “no” answer to any question that is asked of the body. The innate wisdom thus provides the practitioner with accurate guidelines with regard to the body mind requirements for optimum health.
2. By following a comprehensive protocol of questions, the BodyTalk practitioner can establish exactly what balancing the body needs in order to harmonize body mind function. This involves finding out which organs, endocrines, or body parts need to be corrected to heal communication between them at the physiological, biochemical, circulatory, nervous, emotional and energy levels.
3. The client and practitioner touch the parts that need repair and the practitioner then uses his/her fingers to gently tap the head of the patient in order to focus the brain toward that repair. BodyTalk “tapping” is based on an ancient Hatha Yoga technique, and experiments with biofeedback apparatus have shown that such “tapping” causes increase in the brain activity in relation to the specific parts being touched.
4. The practitioner then lightly taps the chest to store the changes in the heart energy complex, which ensures that the new balance is held in deep memory and is therefore lasting.