This course was developed by BodyTalk Founder Dr. John Veltheim and the PaRama Campus team, a group of open-minded individuals collaborating to develop the online content, structure, design, and technology. In the development and research of the course, Dr. Veltheim also collaborated with longtime PaRama BodyTalk Practitioner, Tim Hall, who contributed greatly to the written course content and is also a co-lecturer in the video presentations.
John Veltheim is the founder of The BodyTalk System. He is cofounder of both the International BodyTalk Association and the International BodyTalk Foundation, which helps fund research and offers BodyTalk Access to people in places where healthcare is not readily available.
Dr. Veltheim has written numerous magazine and journal articles on BodyTalk and his other fields of knowledge. Dr. Veltheim’s work has also been published in the Journal of Alternative Medicine Research. The journal’s publishers were so impressed with his development of The BodyTalk System, they dedicated an entire volume solely to articles about BodyTalk.
Tim has been highly involved with BodyTalk for over 15 years, and he regularly supports BodyTalk founder John Veltheim with course development and research. Tim was one of the most passionate proponents of the PaRama course when it first came out many years ago.
Every part of the brain has some connection to at least one of the four primary ventricles in the head. This relationship is critical in terms of allowing the heart’s harmonizing and neutralizing energy to reach all parts of the brain. Without this connection there can be a “shutting down of the emotional heart” and the subsequent lack of peace and quietness.
The PaRama BodyTalk course content covers an extremely wide array of concepts and techniques and students cannot expect to grasp or absorb it all in a few months’ time. It will take even the most adept and dedicated student a minimum of a year to fully absorb.
The course includes video lectures, online written lessons, PDF notes to follow along with the lecture presentations, the most up-to-date version of the PaRama Exploring Procedures Chart, a list of important Key Terms, as well as inspiring quotations and visuals to keep you engaged along the way.
The PaRama course in its entirety is divided into eight (8) segments. Some segments must be done in sequence, while others can be done out of order. Each segment covers a different unique area of study.
Segment 2 presented here will address the following topics:
The focus of each of the eight segments is summarized as follows:
Course Sequence: You do not have to do all of the PaRama Segments quickly one after the other or in sequence, however, there are some that must be taken before others. Segments 1 through 3 must be done in sequence and must be done prior to taking any other Segments. After that, the Segment prerequisites are as follows:
To take Segment 4: you must have taken the first three Segments
To take Segment 5: you must have taken Segment 4
To take Segment 6: you must have taken the first three Segments
To take Segment 7: you must have taken Segment 6
To take Segment 8: you must have taken the first three Segments
PaRama Practical Course: In order to attend a PaRama Practical Course, you must have completed all eight PaRama Segments.
Certification: CBPs who complete all segments of the course and also complete the in-person PaRama BodyTalk Practical with an IBA Instructor will receive the PaRama practitioner designation.