The BodyTalk System is a unique healthcare modality in that it addresses the body in a truly integrative, holistic way. The BodyTalk practitioner recognizes that the bodymind complex functions as a synchronicity, and not as a bundle of autonomously functioning parts. This understanding precludes the idea that poor health denotes an imbalance, or lack of synchronization. Instead, the BodyTalk practitioner acknowledges that poor health is an indication that the body’s innate wisdom to heal and maintain synchronicity within the body, is in need of enhancing.
To this end, the BodyTalk practitioner consults the body’s innate wisdom by means of neuromuscular biofeedback, which then gives the practitioner an indication of its priorities in the healing process. By means of this technique, the BodyTalk practitioner is able to determine which aspects of the body are poorly linked and under-communicating with others. Also, by means of neuromuscular biofeedback, the body’s innate wisdom indicates its priorities in bringing about enhanced communication within the bodymind complex.
The practitioner then addresses these links via a range of therapeutic modalities to enhance the body's inherent healing capacity to promote healing on all levels—physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.
What Others Have to Say
“Energy is the currency of all interactions. To leave energetic considerations out of the equations of life and medicine is to ignore some 99% of what is happening. We just need a way to turn on the right switches and harness the body’s ability to heal spontaneously. Energetic approaches work quickly. This is the medicine of the future.”
- James L. Oschman, Ph. D., Biophysicist
"I think that energy and the use of energy in healing, will be the biggest frontier in medicine over the next decade. And the reason for that is if you think about a cell and what defines life at the level of the cell, it’s all about the energy on the inside and the outside being different. That defines life... But because we can’t measure that in medicine, we have been hesitant to think about tapping into it."
– Dr. Mehmet Oz M.D., Vice-Chair and Professor of Surgery at Columbia University