What is BodyTalk?

BodyTalk is a non-invasive, whole healthcare system that works with the body’s innate wisdom to heal itself at all levels – physical, emotional, mental and spiritual. Each person’s innate wisdom guides the overall functioning of their bodymind complex, synchronizing all the activities as well as maintaining balance, or homeostasis, within the bodymind complex.

Concerns related to illness or dis-ease of the mind & body are addressed through a priority-based sequence that re-establishes communication between all body systems, allowing the body to quickly recover and catch up in the healing process. This modality is suited to people of all ages at all levels of health.

BodyTalk is WholeHealthcare

The BodyTalk Practitioner relies on the guidance of your body’s natural wisdom to not only locate the weakened or broken lines of communication and establish how to re-connect them, but also to find the proper order (“priority”) in which they are to be restored. This is accomplished through a form of neuromuscular biofeedback, by which the practitioner is able to ask the body yes-or-no questions and receive answers directly from the body about the sequence for re-establishing these lines of communication.

Christina is such an amazing BodyTalk Practitioner❣️❣️❣️ She is very passionate about BodyTalk, and she has so much drive, she just blows me away!💁🏻‍♀️🙃✨ She has done some very powerful work on me not only with in-person sessions, but also with distant sessions too!! I highly recommend working with Christina, you won’t regret it. You’ll just want even more of the goodness she has to offer!” – K.W.

The International BodyTalk Association has extensive requirements of its Certified BodyTalk Practitioners (CBP). A CBP is described as… “one who has completed the fundamental coursework of the BodyTalk System, monitored that coursework, and proven to a Certified BodyTalk Instructor – in both a written and a practical exam – that they have mastered the material and the techniques of the System. A CBP has taken, as a minimum, BodyTalk Fundamentals but may have also taken any number of advanced courses or adjunct courses.” Fifty hours of session work is also a requirement, in addition of a grade of 90% or higher on both written and practical exams. One is also required to retain a Practitioner Level membership through the IBA and complete a min. of 25 hours of course work per year to maintain this status.

Read my personal bio on the IBA’s page of certified practitioners

Read about my services as a Certified BodyTalk Practitioner including my advanced coursework

Read about my personal journey with BodyTalk and the extensive healing it has provided for myself and my family