Whether in person or at a distance, each session will start with us chatting about your progress and new goals for health. During your initial session, we will also discuss the wellness questionnaire and perform a simple non-invasive evaluation.
BodyTalk sessions are easy, relaxing and tailored to each individual. Initial sessions may last up to 1 1/2 hours and follow up sessions up to 1 hour. However, times vary depending on the client's needs. There is always plenty of time set aside for each client to ensure their needs are met and questions answered.
Usually, the client lies down on the treatment table fully clothed (there is no need to disrobe); additional pillows and blankets are provided for extra comfort. If the client is unable to lie down, he/she may sit in a comfortable chair.
Once the client is comfortable, the practitioner calibrates the client's Yes/No reflex using the neuromuscular biofeedback (muscle checking) and establishes an intuitive communication dynamic with client's body and its inborn wisdom and ability to heal itself.
Using the BodyTalk Protocol chart and muscle checking, the practitioner can quickly and easily ask your body what communication circuits have become compromised and in which order these lines of communication need to be balanced for the fastest possible healing process to occur.
To help the body store and process these new changes, the practitioner taps the client's brain to initiate these changes, the heart to store these changes in memory and the gut to help eliminate what the client no longer needs. Tapping on the body is an ancient Hatha yoga practice and is used in other modalities. This the same concept as downloading a computer software, storing and saving newly crated documents in the file database and moving old documents into trash.
Each BodyTalk session builds on the next to re-establish communication and balance for continuous healing. As many of us are exposed to daily stressors, these stressors are layered on top of each other in our tissues or cells just like the layers of an onion. Peeling an onion removing each outer layer exposes a more vibrant layer; one that is healthier, less exposed to environmental factors until a healthy core is visible. Similarly in BodyTalk, the layers of dis-order and dis-ease are peeled away and new state of wellbeing is achieved.
The client's body will indicate when the session is over. It will also indicate when a follow up session would be most beneficial.
The only difference between in-person and distance sessions is that the client is in the comfort of their own home; there is no need to leave the house to reap the benefits of of BodyTalk. To recreate an -in-person experience, we connect via a video chat platform. From then on, the session progresses in the same fashion with the exception of the client's body being used to receive the answers. Instead, the practitioner uses a focus tool (such as surrogate person, a stuffed toy or the practitioner's own body) to create the intuitive communication dynamic.
You may now wonder how is that possible? Without going into a deep scientific explanation, imagine that you are sending an email or a text to someone who lives on the other side of the planet. It only takes a few seconds for that person to receive your message. When that person replies with their message and presses the send button, it again only takes a few seconds for you to receive their message. Your computer or smart phone don't even have to be plugged directly into the modem, all you need is a WiFi connection. Sending an email or a text works on the principles of energy waves. Human body are energy waves in physical form. We are all connected to one another at all times. Just like your home computer or smart phone are connected to every other computer or smart phone and able to receive instant messages.
HUMAN BODY IS THE MOST SOPHISTICATED COMPUTER EVER DEVELOPED.
When this principle is understood it's easy to see how BodyTalk sessions can be done at a distance.
Distance session can be done over Zoom, Skype, FaceTime or phone if client and practitioner are both available. If the client is unavailable to participate the session may be done without the client present. In that case, notes or voice recording are taken and forwarded to the client after the session is completed.