Wednesday, 29 June 2016

Therapy and BodyTalk

In my work I play a very specific and defined role as observer and facilitator. Some people hold different definitions for what it is I "do", however the result is the same. I've come to realize that above technique and specific knowledge, presence and neutrality seem to play an even more essential role in supporting the individual. When we cast the net a little wider and really take a look, it is easy to see the way physical distress was made manifest in the first place. It becomes difficult to argue with the idea that any conscious agendas at play are often missing a deeper and more meaningful order to the things that want to play out. The information that comes from a clear, neutral presence and observation has, at least in my life, been profound, accurate and life-changing.

This is why I am such a strong believer in the BodyTalk System as an integrative approach to the whole person and beyond. Through a system of muscle testing similar to applied Kinesiology combined with an all-encompassing protocol, we incorporate everything I know in to a system designed to suss out the true priority as it presents on all levels - physical, energetic, spiritual and beyond. My practice as an RMT consists primarily of an approach that combines my knowledge of anatomy and physiology with Craniosacral Therapy, Muscle Energy Technique and Myofascial work. BodyTalk allows me to take those techniques and integrate them in to its protocol, so that I may pull my own agenda with these approaches out of the picture and allow a deeper story to present itself. Not only then is it possible to see the physical priority and how to integrate these techniques in a very effective and safe way, but it opens up a world of other modalities and conceptual philosophies in order to pinpoint the underlying cause - whether it emerged from an energetic potential, or something like an active memory from childhood that may still be affecting a person today.

As it evolves and my own knowledge evolves, so do my sessions and the layers they can unwind. Part of my love for this is that I have not stopped learning in the two+ years that I've been studying this multi-faceted modality, and I don't imagine that such learning will stop or slow anytime soon. The most beautiful thing about this is that it will reveal another practitioner or/modality as a priority when my resource is not what is needed. Everyone needs something different, and this approach does not presume to be the end-all and be-all of what is required in an individual's journey through health and consciousness.

If you are interested in a session with me, please visit my Facebook Page to find my contact info. If you are not near me physically, don't be afraid to ask me about how BodyTalk works over distance or remotely - some of the most profound sessions I've had have been from half way across the world. I'll write more about this in the future.

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  1. A very important perspective. Let us encourage all to see the value in body intelligence and how it can guide us through our lives.

    1. Thank you Bev! I hope some of my ramblings can provide a little bit of insight in to the innate processes around us <3

  2. Love your holistic approach! I can DEFINITELY vouch for Brodie. Absolutely love his BodyTalk sessions - they have moved me through a lot with ease and grace.

  3. Thank you Brodie - the "net" often knows no bounds from human perspective and to have tools to enable us to observe potential and make suggestions from learned techniques and knowledge is powerfilling.