Group Session series offer an opportunity for anyone to partake in a remote pre-recorded BodyTalk session with top Instructors in the BodyTalk System. Instructors tune into the collective energy of all those who will listen in the present or future, providing a session that can offer powerful benefits to anyone who may view the session. Countless testimonials have demonstrated that viewing these sessions at any time and tapping them out can be just as effective as receiving sessions in real time in person. In fact, group sessions are often more powerful because they are amplified by the shared observations and experiences of a large group. Additionally, for BodyTalk Practitioners, remote group sessions increase understanding of important BodyTalk concepts that can be brought into sessions with clients and provide an opportunity for shifts in both the practitioner's and the client's health, consciousness, and perception.
Shelley Poovey is an Advanced Certified BodyTalk Practitioner & PaRama Certified Practitioner who has coordinated BodyTalk continuing education programs and BodyTalk Founders Courses, with John Veltheim, in New York City since 2010. She is currently a BodyTalk Instructor in training.
“When we heal ourselves, we heal the past, the present, and the future.”
–Steven D. Farmer
The third in the Trauma and Intuition Group Series focuses on re-discovering our naturally peaceful state. This discovery is supported by tuning back into our inherent states of resilience and adaptability. Many of our ancestors’ immune systems may have adapted to extended periods of stress as a survival mechanism. Such conditioning then passes on to the next generation as non-optimal coping mechanisms playing out in every cell of the body, particularly in the immune system. Restoring the ability to shift into stress and back out of stress quickly and naturally can positively impact chronic pain, inflammation, and autoimmune conditions. This session identifies such inherited patterns and optimizes your immune system in dealing with environmental stressors they trigger with more adaptability and resilience.