Since BodyTalk helps strengthen the body’s innate healing capabilities, it is possible for any condition to respond to BodyTalk. BodyTalk has been clinically shown to improve:
- learning/ developmental disorders
- chronic pain
- depression | learn more
- hormonal disorders
- emotional and psychological disorders
- posture and coordination
- digestion and elimination
- brain function
- negative belief systems and attitudes (distorted consciousness)
It is important to understand that BodyTalk is a change in paradigm from the way we view a diagnosis. A BodyTalk practitioner does not treat according to previous diagnosis, nor does he/she diagnose anything. In BodyTalk, we understand that two people presenting with the same symptoms can have an entirely different set of causations and therefore will have different treatment protocols. That is why it’s important to ASK the body what its priorities are (through neuromuscular biofeedback) rather than to assume based on what we think or have seen previously. It is also important to be open to something seemingly unrelated to our problems coming up during a BodyTalk session. All things being connected, it is often very surprising what factors can be affecting us.
Since there is no typical healing protocol or agenda, BodyTalk can be extremely affective in treating ailments that don’t fit under any diagnosis, or for which conventional medicine has no answer. (ie- Your gastroenterologist says your digestive scan came back fine and you don’t seem to have food allergies, but you still have constant digestive upset.) It can also be affective in treating emotional and behavioral conditions that have not shifted in talk therapy. This is because BodyTalk is able to work on levels of the subconscious and sub-subconscious.
In addition to the emotional and physical, most people find that BodyTalk also helps to reveal to oneself to a sense of greater purpose and connection. For this reason many people seek out BodyTalk when they are looking to change jobs, careers, build a business, are feeling lost, or are seeking or beginning a relationship.