March 12, 2011

087 Introducing Body Talk [1 November 2010]

BodyTalk is an astonishingly 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. BodyTalk's major assets are its simplicity, safety and the speed of its results.

One of the core philosophies of the BodyTalk System is that all disease found in the body is reflected in the brain at some level. One of the main goals of BodyTalk is to balance communication between the two halves of the brain, as well as within all levels of brain function. Improving this communication can quickly and easily address many common issues, as well as improve brain function and memory overall. BodyTalk sessions are done with the client fully clothed and usually last between 30 and 45 minutes. The client’s bodymind knows just how many changes and corrections it is ready to initiate in any given session, and will therefore indicate when the session is complete.

BodyTalk has been effective in alleviating any type of pain or illness ranging from digestive disorders, fatigue, high blood pressure and heart rate, hormone and endocrine imbalances, infertility issues, migraines and all manner of immune system disorders, as well as sports injuries and emotional disorders. Because BodyTalk’s unique system allows the body’s own healing abilities to effect change, clients see long-lasting, ongoing improvements in health rather than short-term symptomatic relief.

This week’s column was written by Carol Peterson, a Rosetown BodyTalk practitioner. She can be contacted at 882-4459 for more information.

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