January 2020





Breath is the bridge which connects life to consciousness, which unites your body to your thoughts. – Thích Nhất Hạnh

We focus on the breath in Body Talk balances and here is some information on why we take exaggerated breaths during our session.  Every session uses the same basic techniques to facilitate healing: specific hand positions, light tapping, and exaggerated breath.  The effectiveness of a Body Talk session is due in part to the use of exaggerated breath.  The focus in every Body Talk session is to highlight areas in your body where communication can be improved, finding out the story behind why the imbalance occurred, then balancing and synchronizing the systems of our body around that story to improve functioning on all levels.

When we take deep breaths in and out during the tapping process it ensures that the brain gets fully in touch with the imbalance being highlighted and makes the suggested correction. 

Breathing Affects the Flow of Energy:  The breath affects subtle movement in the connective tissue which aids the movement of blood, lymph, and fluids throughout the entire body, especially in the spine, where the cerebrospinal fluid circulates the nutrients and chemicals filtered from the blood and removes waste products from the brain.  This improves the brain’s ability to perform an important function of receiving and interpreting messages sent from the body, often referred to as the brain’s ability to scan the body.

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