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Saskatoon, SK

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What is Bodytalk?

Welcome, I'm so glad your here!! 

Bodytalk is a consciousness based practiced that looks at the dynamic communication between brain and body.  The Bodytalk System was developed in the 1990s by Dr. John Veltheim using Traditional Chinese Medicine, Quantum Physics and Bioenergetic Psychology. Bodytalk is designed to consider the body as whole, where every system is constantly communicating and dependant upon every other system. Practitioners look at the co-relation between physical, emotional and environmental influences to restore health by addressing circulation, movement and releasing emotional blocks. 


Bodytalk relies on muscular feedback to prioritize each session and determine how to activate the body's innate healing. 


The techniques used in Bodytalk are gentle, simple, non-invasive and good for every age and stage in life.  They are a safe way to improve your state of health and mental well being. Every session is completely unique to each individual - focusing on what is a priority for your inner healing that day.  

Sessions can be in person, distance or by phone.


For more information, please visit the International Bodytalk Association Website link below.

 

Whole-Body Approach

Bodytalk addresses the relationship of all systems within the body giving special consideration to emotional, physical and environmental influences on overall health.

Non-Invasive Therapy

Bodytalk uses muscular feedback and gentle tapping techniques to restore health by optimizing the body's internal communication while releasing emotional blocks.

Designed For Everyone

From newborn babies to those in palliative care and everyone in between, Bodytalk is a safe way to improve the body's inner communication at every age and stage of life.

 

Just One Example...

Just one example of how our emotional state can play a huge role in our physical body is by looking at nervousness.  

What happens when you get nervous? Some people get butterflies in their stomach, while some get the hiccups! So what came first? The butterflies or the emotion?

What happens is this:

1. First the brain has a thought.

2. Then an emotion

3. Triggering a physical reaction in the body

Other quick examples could include:

Tight shoulders? What emotional weight are you carrying?

Migraines? What are you trying to emotionally avoid?

Constipation? What are you emotionally holding onto that you refuse to let go?

When addressing our overall health, our emotional well being must also be considered.