It’s the most wonderful time of the year! Holiday and Gift Giving Season. Last post, I suggested my top 10 Healthy Gifts.
On this list I suggested giving the gift of a ‘Body Talk’ session to a loved one. Many people have never heard of Body Talk so I want to explain to you what it is and how it can help…
Unfortunately, when stress (physical, emotional, mental, and
environmental) causes the natural communication lines between the body and
mind to break down, pain, illness, and dis-ease can occur. Although the
body is able to adapt to such communication breakdowns, in the process the
body becomes segmented and its parts forget how to work as a team. A
symptom is the result of this imbalance; the body is calling out for help
and wants to be heard!
A new revolution in healthcare— BodyTalk— identifies these breakdowns and
uses a gentle tapping technique to restore communication and activate the
body’s ability to heal itself.
BodyTalk is a simple approach that has proven to be so effective, that it
has become the fastest growing healthcare system in the world today.
Professionals in all areas of healthcare are finding virtually every case
responds positively to BodyTalk sessions. It can be used on it’s own or
compliment other forms of healthcare— both alternative and conventional.
It is safe, effective, and non-invasive.
Conditions that typically improve with Body Talk
Phobias & Emotional
Viruses & Infections
Injury Recovery/ Traumas
HOW DOES BODY TALK WORK?
In a BodyTalk session, a practitioner asks questions of the patient’s body
to find out which area is a priority and which parts need better
communication and harmony.
It’s this simple: once the body’s innate wisdom determines the area to be
addressed, the practitioner uses a gentle tapping on the patient’s head,
alerting the brain to be mindful and repair the communication. Then, a
gentle tapping on the heart helps the body remember this dialogue.
Once the body has been reminded of the issue, it can initiate it’s own
healing processes. Your body knows how to heal itself! It just needs to
The best presents are those that nourish heart, body, mind, and soul. Give the gift of body talk this season!
Tammy Kohlschmidt RDH, CCT, CBP