What to Expect

BodyTalk sessions generally range from 45 to 60 minutes. Prior to your first session, you will need to complete a Health Questionnaire Form to bring with you to discuss any health issues or concerns you wish to address during your BodyTalk session.

Drink a healthy amount of water, to promote hydration and come wearing loose-fitting, comfortable clothes. Spend a little time preparing your mind and getting clear on what changes you might like in your life, such as unhealthy habits, physical conditions, stuck emotions, unresolved memories, limiting beliefs, financial strife, health concerns etc…  just bring all that stuff right to the present mind.

At your first visit we will briefly review your medical and life history. Any questions you have will be answered.

You will be invited to sit or to lie down and relax, usually on a massage table. BodyTalk can also be done on a bed, or in a chair, or almost anywhere that works for you. There is no need to disrobe or wear special clothing.

Then while you allow yourself to get totally quiet inside, and drain off any surface stresses that may be present, brief body contact is made, often on your arm or diaphragm. Most of the session will consist of questions, silent and verbal, requesting information from your innate wisdom about what is to be treated, and in what sequence.

During the session it is common to experience such things as: gurgling in the abdominal region (as energy is releasing from the diaphragm), warm or cold sensations, general calming and relaxation throughout the body, sudden urges to express an emotion (e.g. laughing, crying). If you are not comfortable sharing what you are feeling or thinking about… you don’t have to. The session will be beneficial regardless of whether you choose to share or not.

If possible, plan a little downtime after your session. Your body will be processing the results of the session and you may feel like resting. Your body will be processing and shifting some of its patterns. Remember to drink lots of water as hydration is important.