New BodyTalk clients frequently ask me how long it takes to heal with BodyTalk. How each of us heal is a very individual journey: We all have different injuries, challenges, illnesses and histories that make up our current state of health, influencing how we deal with stress and how we heal.
However, what I have found with BodyTalk is that we can teach our bodies to be more responsive to healing with the BodyTalk Access routine.
Just as we can train our muscles to strengthen through weight training and exercise, strengthen and heal our heart, veins and arteries through cardio exercises, increase our brain elasticity through learning new things, and training our nervous system to a parasympathetic healing state through yoga breathing and mediation, our body can also learn to respond to healing more rapidly.
A common theme in each of these is that they are a regular practice, a ritual of self-care. Through a regular practice, we will develop and integrate new, positive habits into our mind and body. These healthy habits will assist our bodies and minds in developing greater resilience and adaptability in these times of stress and change.
The BodyTalk Access routine is one such practice, in a simple, 10-minute-a-day routine for your self care.
The BodyTalk Access course teaches you five of the most dynamic techniques from the BodyTalk System, helping to bring about significant improvements for addressing many health and stress-related daily well-being challenges. One of the primary focuses of the BodyTalk Access tool-kit is to re-establish communication throughout your whole body/mind, helping your body to remember how to heal itself.