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Sustainable Body

Most people would not choose to pollute their external world. But how often do we pollute our internal world with negative thoughts and emotions creating a toxic environment for the ecosystem we call the body? In his book BodyMind, Ken Dychtwald…
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Transformations

BodyTalk is WholeHealthcare “The body can be addressed in many different ways. One effective approach taken in The BodyTalk System is to understand the functions of the body according to the discoveries of Traditional Chinese Medicine and…
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Transform Your Health

BodyTalk is Whole Healthcare “The BodyTalk System seeks to address the “whole person”. This means that no aspect of the human psyche can be overlooked, be it emotional, physical or environmental. In BodyTalk, we have developed a whole-healthcare…
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Toxicity and Your Health

Early in human history, the body, mind and spirit were inseparable. The more research that we do into the health of the whole person, the more we find that this ancient belief holds true. More and more research reveals that our emotions and…
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Immune System Health

Bombarded by Opportunistic Invaders? It’s no surprise that if the immune system of the body operates less than optimally, then it cannot fight opportunistic invaders such as bacteria, viruses, mold, fungus, allergies, toxins and intolerances. However,…
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Hydrating the Body with BodyTalk Access

Did you know . . . . The body is made from 70-90% water? Water plays a critical role in general brain function and nerve transmission. No Water means no communication between cells and that messages cannot flow as easily from one part of…
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Have you ever experienced . . .

Memory lapses, irritability, confusion (especially left/right confusion), poor reading comprehension, self-destructive behaviors? These and many other signs can indicate that the body is in a state of overwhelm in what we call “sympathetic…
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Experience a New Definition of Health

A little over five years ago I would have said I was in excellent health. However, because I worked as an executive for 60–80 hours a week and my stress levels were so high, my health was on a one-way track going in the wrong direction. I…