BodyTalk for Learning

Cortices for Learning

It is possible to learn information more easily and to retrieve the information more consistently.  Learning and tapping the Cortices technique is certainly going to be able to keep the brain from being overwhelmed so that you are better able to attend to what you are seeing and hearing. Tapping cortices also makes your note-taking more cohesive.

Try tapping Cortices before classes or meetings. When you are in the middle of studying and find your attention wandering or if you begin feeling confused or overwhelmed, stop and tap Cortices. This helps refresh the brain by giving it a quick wake up. It also calms down those feelings of overwhelm and syncs the information you’ve learned so you can have better retention.

BodyTalk Agenda Sessions for Learning & Study

BodyTalk has several techniques that can help with the way a person learns. Sometimes, we have difficulty studying certain things because the subject matter triggers emotions and memories. When those emotions and memories are accessed (even subconsciously), the body goes through the same physiological response that it did the first time it happened. Those memories may trigger belief systems such as “I might not be good at this.” BodyTalk can take the emotional charge out of those memories so that the subject matter is easier to learn.

Specific BodyTalk Agenda session for Test Anxiety and Performance

With body talk sessions there are ways that we can address test-taking and learning specifically so that when you learn the information, it feels as if you already knew it. It’s like you have your own little filing cabinet just for that information. Sometimes there is so much anxiety about the performance of taking the test that we’re not able to relax enough to allow the information to come forth easily. Through agenda sessions specifically tailored for test-taking, BodyTalk can calm down that anxiety and allow a calmness and assurance to run throughout the body during the entire time you’re taking the test. When you are in that more relaxed state then you are better able to retrieve the information you need.

Kathi Springman, BAT, AdvCBP, ParBP has had clinical experience as a therapist for dyslexic students utilizing BodyTalk, PaRama BodyTalk, the Davis Dyslexia method, and the “Discovery” method which is utilized by the National Institute for Learning Disabilities (NILD). Many clients have come to her for help with brain injury, sensory integration concerns and learning disabilities. Many others come to facilitate their learning process just to make learning fun and easy.