Have you ever known someone who could see a potential in you that you hadn't seen in yourself? If you look back at your life, you may see that this observation may have been a life-changing moment that served as a catalyst in your life and encouraged you to step into your power and potential. As practitioners (allopathic and complimentary) this simple act of observation of potential is scientifically proven to be an important influence in the healing outcome and may in fact set the stage for healing itself.
In this presentation from the 2017 Members Conference, Tracey will turn your focus strongly towards one of the main tools we use in BodyTalk: the ability to observe alternate potentials that exist for the client. Sharing the results of her own years of research in Integrative Medicine, Tracy will teach you specific techniques of observation. Her explanations and teachings on why she sees “BodyTalk as the medicine of observation” are sure to inspire you and dramatically enhance your BodyTalk practice in every way.
Tracey has trained extensively in energy medicine and is an Advanced Certified BodyTalk Practitioner. She completed her Advanced certification in 2008 and began teaching in 2009. As an Advanced Certified BodyTalk Instructor, Tracey continues to travel worldwide to teach BodyTalk Fundamentals, BodyTalk Access, BodyTalk Fundamentals Integration, (Mod 5) BodyTalk Lymphatic Drainage and Applied Anatomy and Physiology, and (Mod 4(7)) BodyTalk BioDynamics.
Tracey Clark is a Board Certified Manual Osteopathic Practitioner and holds a Doctorate and PhD in Integrative Medicine from the International Quantum University of Integrative Medicine in Honolulu, Hawaii, where she is now a PhD mentor. She began her osteopathic studies in 2008 with Therapeutic Systems and the D’Ambrogio Institute and completed her diploma at the National Academy of Osteopathy in Toronto, Canada. She is certified as a Diplomate of the Canadian Manual Osteopathy Examining Board and is a member of the Society of Osteopaths of Canada.
Her osteopathic studies have included training in Muscle Energy Technique, Positional Release Therapy (Strain/Counterstrain), Myofascial Release, Craniosacral Therapy, Lymphatic Drainage for Orthopedics, Orthopedic Evaluation and Visceral Manipulation. Tracey is on faculty with the International Alliance of Healthcare Educators.
Tracey’s Doctorate and PhD training in Integrative Medicine focused on the integration of quantum principles in a model of medicine. This includes the incorporation of Mind/Body and Vital Body medicine including Naturopathy, Homeopathy, Holistic Nutrition, Chinese Medicine, Acupressure, Auriculotherapy, Neurolinguistic Programming, Dark Field Microscopy, Aromatherapy and Biofeedback as a means to treat and support the whole person not just the symptom.
"Listening is a magnetic and strange thing, a creative force. The friends who listen to us are the ones we move toward. When we are listened to, it creates us, makes us unfold and expand."
– Karl A. Menniger
As BodyTalk practitioners, our main tool is our ability to observe alternate potentials that exist for the client. In fact, this truly is the medicine of observation. In this presentation, Tracey shares the studies she performed as part of her dissertation which prove that the presence of the practitioner (either physically or at a distance) purely as an observer seems to positively influence the client by creating an opportunity for healing to begin. More importantly, her studies proved that not only the simple observation of the practitioner is important but that the nature of the observation has an even greater effect. In other words, the practitioner's ability to hold the space for positive health to emerge and to point out the potential for healing/growth that exists for the client that he/or she may not have been able to see themselves seems to act as a catalyst to healing.
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