BodyTalk System

BodyTalk System is an alternative therapy that provides effective results with a dynamic non-invasive method. This method is an all-encompassing healthcare technique that was created by Dr. John Veltheim. BodyTalk utilizes both western and eastern medicine techniques, and can provide positive results for people. BodyTalk is based upon the belief that the living organism contains its own center of wisdom that is capable of healing itself in a manner far more expeditiously and completely than any technology currently being used today. BodyTalk manipulates the living being’s natural healing systems in order to provide optimum health benefits to the body.

Method and Theory of BodyTalk System

BodyTalk is remarkably simple and provides a holistic approach to re-pattern the body’s own energy mechanism in order to restore it to its natural state. The basis of this method is that every aspect of our being, cell, atom, and neuron are in in fluid communication and interaction with each other constantly. Stresses produced by external factors can break these chains of communication and create a dysfunctional delivery system. The result is a decrease in health, be it physical, mental or emotional. BodyTalk strives to reconnect these broken lines and redevelop open communication between all of the elements of the body in order to promote healing from within. Ultimately, a person will be able to achieve a sense of physical and emotional balance and well-being when the inner dialogue is clear and free from obstacles or interruptions.

Safety of BodyTalk System

BodyTalk is deemed safe because it uses no pharmacological regimens and the clinician performs all treatment through a non-invasive method. Therefore, there is no risk for injury or adverse effects and it can be performed simultaneously or in conjunction with other methods of treatment. The goal of BodyTalk is to bring healing to the client by realigning the natural and holistic devices that lie within.

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Last updated: 06-09-2015

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