The BodyTalk System is a unique health care modality in that it addresses the body in a truly integrative, safe, non-invasive and holistic way. BodyTalk therapy synchronizes the body's energy systems so they can operate naturally. Resynchronization enables the body to function at optimum levels, preventing disease and rapidly accelerating the healing process.
BodyTalk sessions for animals balance the general bodymind energy of the animal and address emotionally based illnesses typically unaddressed through veterinary care.
BodyTalk is meant to be a COMPLIMENTARY practice to veterinary care and not a replacement, whereas a BodyTalk practitioner does not diagnosis or prescribe.
Animals generally have a natural and strong desire to be healthy and well but domesticated species are easily affected by the stresses of living in human environments. Also, many domesticated animals are pre-disposed to emotional/physical/behavioral issues based on breed. BodyTalk can help facilitate the balancing of an animal's bodymind complex and address these issues. An animal's behavior is usually a sign of a deeper imbalance. When a practitioner facilitates deep balance, often behavioral issues are vicariously addressed as well.
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BodyTalk will reduce stress, anxiety and increase the well-being of your animal. Also, BodyTalk seems to deepen the relationship between a person and their animal, increase appetite and accelerate healing.
The BodyTalk system recognizes that within each of us there lies the innate knowing of who we are and what makes our bodies work. This innate wisdom carries the answers to our health care issues and is addressed in the following way.
1. The BodyTalk System facilitates communication with the innate wisdom of the body by using neuromuscular biofeedback.
2. By following a comprehensive protocol of questions, the BodyTalk practitioner can establish exactly what balancing the body needs in order to harmonize bodymind function. This involves finding out which organs, endocrines, or body parts need to be connected to heal communication between them at the physiological, biochemical, circulatory, nervous, emotional and/or energy levels.
3. When an imbalance is found the areas are simply contacted by the animal's person and/or practitioner's hands. While the links are being held, the practitioner gently taps on the head, and then over the heart complex. The act of tapping on the head enables innate to register these links in the brain, which enhances the overall integral functioning and intercommunication within the body. The act of tapping over the heart complex enables innate to store the memory of these links. For animals that are sensitive to being touched or handled, all links can be held and tapped out on the animal's person who acts as a surrogate. The practitioner will simply hold a mental focus on the animal, which proves to be just as effective as working on the animal directly.
4. In this way, the innate wisdom and healing function inherent in the body is enhanced on all levels—physical, mental, emotional and spiritual.