Let’s Talk BodyTalk

Yesterday I went to my first BodyTalk Access class. I almost didn’t as I was so sick but I figured it was the best time to try it as maybe it would make me feel better. I have to say – it was EXCELLENT.

BodyTalk is a healing modality created on the basic premise that the body has built-in mechanism to heal itself. Sometimes the body is not able to heal itself because some of it’s circuits are temporarily shot or because it needs a little bit of help identifying the most effective ways of healing itself.

In the BodyTalk Access class, we were taught a series of 5 exercises that can be done on a regular basis to help improve how the body functions. Taken from their website:

The first two techniques balance the brain, so that the brain is turned on and communicating appropriately. The next two techniques balance the metabolic processes of the body and the entire immune system, helping the body be more resilient to stress and external forces, such as germs and viruses. The final technique helps to balance posture and the physical structure of the body, thus improving range-of-motion, flexibility and overall coordination of the muscles, tendons and ligaments.

The Fast Aid routine combines two of the above techniques to assist in helping the body recover from all sorts of minor to major injuries by shifting the body out of a state of shock and trauma back into the growth and healing mode. Fast Aid is highly flexible, incredibly fast and can be used anytime or place to assist in the recovery from injuries and trauma.

What impressed me tremendously is that it seems like they are taking many of the ideas that I have been learning about and have created a succinct, effective method for healing.

I was a bit skeptical when I went to the class, especially as the instructor told story after story about miraculous things that happened to people receiving BodyTalk access. But I have to admit I became a believer when I woke up this morning without any pain in my bladder and with more energy than I’ve had in a while.

Tomorrow I will try to film myself doing a BodyTalk Access session with Nathan so I can share.

I am really excited about this and believe that I am on to something! I signed up for the next class which will teach me muscle testing and more in-depth ways of using BodyTalk to improve health.

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