Your body is designed to heal itself.

When all the parts and symptoms of the body communicate with each other, healing happens naturally. However, stress can cause communication breakdowns, resulting in discomfort and disease.

The BodyTalk techniques provide insights to the areas of your body that need attention. What might seem like an obvious problem to you is not necessarily the one your body wants to address first.

This is the beauty of BodyTalk. It respects the body’s own needs and determines your body’s priorities for healing. Then with the use of a variety of non-invasive techniques, BodyTalkers refocus your body’s natural healing response to establish better communication within the body.

“Amazing experience. I felt so rejuvenated after my BodyTalk session. I came in for chronic neck pain and a migraine headache and both are now gone. The therapist was very patient and I learned a lot of how my body functions and things that were triggering my body pains. I will definitely be back.”

How does BodyTalk work?

In a BodyTalk session, a practitioner will gently use your arm to establish neuromuscular biofeedback to asks questions of the client’s body to find out what the priority is to address.

A light tapping technique is used to help the brain balance and restore communication within the body. Tapping on the body to get it to focus on healing has been used by some indigenous holistic systems, such as yoga, for centuries. For BodyTalk specifically, practitioners tap over the head (brain), sternum (heart) and navel (gut) in order to assist the client’s bodymind in making changes, storing those changes, then integrating the changes.