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On December 28th, 2018 by Access Complete Wellness

BodyTalk Access Workshop February 16 2019

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BodyTalk Access Plano, Texas (Dallas & Fort Worth):

Date: February 16, 2019

Time: 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Here is a link to a PDF Flyer for the Workshop to share with family, friends, and coworkers: BodyTalk Access Workshop February 16, 2019 flyer.

Location:

Click here to register and pay for the workshop

(At the bottom of the registration page under "Details" is a link to pay for the class)

EARLY BIRD Enrollment (cut off February 1st at 6:00 PM):

  • $125.00 adult (includes manual)
  • $50.00 children ages 12 – 18 and monitors, does not include the manual (additional manuals may be purchased for $15 if the parent has already enrolled and is receiving a manual.)

Standard Enrollment (cut off  February 15th at 6:00 PM):

  • $150.00 adult (includes manual)
  • $75.00 children ages 12 – 18 and monitors, does not include the manual (additional manuals may be purchased for $15 if the parent has already enrolled and is receiving a manual.)

Enrollment at the door:

  • $175.00 adult (includes manual)
  • $100.00 children ages 12 – 18 and monitors, does not include the manual (additional manuals may be purchased for $15 if the parent has already enrolled and is receiving a manual.)

Click here to register for the class

Once you register for the class you will be invoiced via the email address you provide. The invoice will come from Square.

If you don’t live near Plano Texas, contact us to find out how to sponsor a BodyTalk Access class in your area. Click here to contact us.

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On May 21st, 2018 by Access Complete Wellness

BodyTalk Access Workshop September 15 2018

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BodyTalk Access

BodyTalk Access Plano, Texas (Dallas & Fort Worth):

Date: September 15, 2018

Time: 9:00AM - 5:00PM

Here is a link to a PDF Flyer for the Workshop to share with family, friends, and coworkers: BodyTalk Access Class September 15, 2018, Flyer

Location:

Click here to register for the class

EARLY BIRD Enrollment (cuts off September 1st at 6:00 PM):

  • $125.00 adult (includes manual)
  • $50.00 children ages 12 – 18 and monitors, does not include the manual (additional manuals may be purchased for $15 if the parent has already enrolled and is receiving a manual.)

Standard Enrollment (cut off September 14th at 6:00 PM):

  • $150.00 adult (includes manual)
  • $75.00 children ages 12 – 18 and monitors, does not include the manual (additional manuals may be purchased for $15 if the parent has already enrolled and is receiving a manual.)

Enrollment at the door:

  • $175.00 adult (includes manual)
  • $75.00 children ages 12 – 18 and monitors, does not include the manual (additional manuals may be purchased for $15 if the parent has already enrolled and is receiving a manual.)

Click here to register for the class

Once you register for the class you will be invoiced via the email address you provide. The invoice will come from Square.

If you don’t live near Plano Texas, contact us to find out how to sponsor a BodyTalk Access class in your area. Click here to contact us.

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On December 6th, 2017 by Lynn Morales

Preparing for Surgery?

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Preparing for Surgery?

Ah yes, the end of the year, that time when you consider the surgery you put off all year waiting until things slowed down in your schedule.  Now your deductible is met on your insurance and the holidays are upon us so you better fit it in!

Some of you may think that as a natural health practitioner I am against surgery. Ironically, my Dad was a surgeon. He helped a lot of people because of what he was trained to do. I do not have anything against surgery especially after a serious trauma like a car accident where seconds and minutes count. The items below are best addressed before surgery, but there is much we can do to bring the body back to balance if you’ve already had your procedure.

Several things can play into your surgery that can leave a lasting impact for months and even years.  A few have been noted here with some thoughts on how to properly prepare.

  1. Effects of Anesthesia
  2. Impact on your gut microbiome
  3. Impact on your skin microbiome
  4. Scar tissue and adhesions
  5. Back pain
  6. Emotions out of balance

 

Here are a few things to consider in order to make your surgery as smooth as possible.  First, be sure to follow all the advice of your surgeon’s team.   They have their reasons for doing all the things that they do to make your surgery experience as positive as possible. Don't take chances, but know that there may be some after effects.  The good news is these can be addressed as long as you prepare in advance.

  • Effects of Anesthesia and CO2:  Thank God for some tools that help keep the pain levels down. The days of biting a bullet are over, however, these tools can leave a lasting effect.  Be prepared and be patient. You may feel groggy or foggy for more than just a few hours after surgery. This is normal, generally, and drinking a lot of water will help your body flush some of this from your system. I highly recommend a technique we use in our BodyTalk Access class called Body Chemistry. It is specifically designed to help the body deal with the effects of intolerances to chemicals etc. If you don't know the BodyTalk Access routine be sure to check out the next class offering. You will find yourself using it for many more opportunities than just surgery;  including possibly surgery prevention depending on the issue.  However, in the absence of the full BodyTalk Access routine knowledge, try the first technique taught in the class called Cortices.  This is safe to use before and after your procedure.  You may also find when you have abdominal type surgery, that CO2 is used to pump up your abdomen so the surgeon can have a clear view to work. These can be very painful after surgery especially when the bubbles get lodged in areas like the clavicle or collarbone. Preparing for these in advance is easy with a BodyTalk surgery prep session with a trained practitioner. In these sessions, your practitioner will prepare your body to dispel these gases in a more efficient manner. The sessions can be performed in person and long distance via video conference as well.

 

  • Impact to Gut Microbiome:  Generally after surgery, depending on the kind, you may be required to have a good bowel movement before you leave the hospital.  And if for any reason you were required to take an antibiotic pre or post-op, it's important for you to know that the antibiotic can actually impact your gut movement for well up to a year beyond the surgery.  This may mean your regular bowel activity looks different, but generally, regular bowel activity is best at 3 bowel movements a day.  It's important to consider a good probiotic and good fiber after surgery. And easing your digestive system into action is the best way to start.  Consider a smoothie for breakfast in the mornings including a good probiotic and good fiber. Both of these can be recommended by my office. It's important to note that not all probiotics are the same. And you will want to switch them up about every 2 to 3 months or they can actually have a negative impact on your microbiome. Another good way to move your microbiome to a good space is through the Body Chemistry technique in the BodyTalk Access class previously mentioned.    One of the best things to move your gut microbiome to a better space is a BodyTalk session with a trained practitioner who understands how to prep your body prior to your surgery.

 

  • Impact on your Skin Microbiome:  Ah, the Hibiclens.  It's a special soap that helps protect you from bacteria that your body could be exposed to while in surgery at the hospital. I recently came across this when I had a surgery. The good news is I had BodyTalk Access and a knowledge of how to improve the good critters that keep my skin in good working order to protect my body.   This soap is very powerful and will strip your microbiome of anything and everything. Again, all for the right reason. The best thing I recommend is to get plenty of vitamin D from the sun, consider support for your skin such as Vitamin D supplement (gel) to put on incision points, essential oils such as Frankincense and Lavender several days after and perform the Body Chemistry technique from the BodyTalk Access routine. Not to mention BodyTalk surgery prep sessions.

 

  • Scar Tissue:  Scar tissue or adhesions are what can be left behind from a surgery. It's basically where skin on the outside or muscle and other tissues on the inside form together almost as if they were glued. If these are in delicate areas they can cause restriction in movement.  In a BodyTalk surgery prep session, we actually have a technique specifically for scar tissue and adhesions. It not only helps to address the look and feel of old scars, but it can also help your body better prepare for healing of new incision points and access points from your surgery.  Sometimes there can even be emotional concerns locked up in these scars.   Consider if there was a lot of emotional energy around a surgery that perhaps you didn't want to have. Perhaps the loss of a limb or other body part like a uterus. These kinds of incidents can leave a lasting physical and emotional impression and can be prepared for through a BodyTalk session with a trained BodyTalk practitioner for surgery clearing and consider obtaining some essential oils for supporting the incision areas and emotions afterward.

 

  • Back Pain:  If you have had any kind of surgery in the abdominal area lately, you may have experienced back pain that you did not realize could be related to your surgery. There are multiple energy pathways that run through your abdominal area which I call energy meridians. Many years ago, I had a procedure done through my navel. A few months later I started to experience back pain. It was then that I realized the surgeon cut through what is called the kidney meridian. I didn't know this at the time, but I now know to look for it in my clients. An adhesion can form near the point of incision and cut off the flow of energy through an energy meridian. This can link to other ailments in the body and to other organs and most doctors would not connect this simply because it comes from a different aspect of medicine.   So in my case, I worked with a certain specialist to have a procedure done through the abdomen. And six months later I started to have low back pain which would send most people to an orthopedic or back specialist. Neither of these two professionals are generally familiar with energy pathways. As I learned about energy pathways in my studies as a BodyTalk practitioner, I was able to connect that abdominal surgery scar to my low back pain.   As indicated above, when we cleared the scar blockage the energy could flow again and my kidney meridian was no longer impacted.  This meridian will impact your back among other areas. Before your next abdominal surgery, be sure to have a BodyTalk surgery pre and post session with a trained practitioner to prepare your body to make the most of a very invasive but sometimes necessary procedure.

 

  • Emotions:  Never underestimate the power of emotions. Consider that all your body parts are a community. In fact, there is a Bible verse that talks about one body many parts. While that is referencing the Christian Community, it also is a phenomenal correlation to the body. So if you consider that you're having some sort of abdominal surgery and perhaps an organ is about to be removed like the gallbladder.   Consider the other organs around the gallbladder. The gallbladder is being removed probably because it's not working well. Maybe it’s “stinky”.  Remember, it's an organ going bad. Some of its neighboring organs may want it to move on. Kind of like if your neighbor next door piles trash heaps without having them moved on to the city dump. While some organs may want the gallbladder to move on, other organs like the liver which is it’s partner organ, will actually grieve the gallbladder leaving. It's no different than two police officers that are partners for many years. They have each other's back. They help each other out in times of need. And then one day the gallbladder is removed. Do not underestimate the need for that liver to be supported; emotionally and physically.   I'm sure I don't have to say much about a woman who has had a hysterectomy. You cannot underestimate the power of her emotions going through that process of losing that body part. A body talk session can prepare the body for removal of body parts and the addition of new parts such as transplants of any kind. Again consider the neighborhood. The old neighbors need to prepare and welcome the new body part.   One might also consider essential oils and flower essences for emotional support.

 

The things you never knew to do that can make a huge difference to your overall response to your surgery, huh?  You may not have taken the BodyTalk Access class but you have an opportunity in the immediate future.  At a minimum, you have the Cortices technique to help your brain talk to your body parts more effectively to help the healing process.  But for the most optimal outcome, I recommend a BodyTalk Session which can be performed in person or remotely via video conference as I walk you through techniques to help your body better prepare.  Contact my office to schedule your appointment to prep for surgery or to help you get back on the mend after one.

On January 5th, 2016 by Lynn Morales

Brain Need a Re-Boot

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Brain Reboot Needed

Brain Need a Re-Boot? Reboot the Brain

Everyday Wellness in Ten Minutes

Did you know that your body has innate wisdom to help you function each day?  It looks like this; your body heals after surgery or cutting your finger, your immune system supports you through colds and flu and you don’t even need to tell it what to do.  How would you like to re-boot your brain?  Read on...

Your brain often cannot perform its everyday maintenance duties because it may have too many stressors hitting it.  How many people do you know that deal with stress at work or home, traffic stress, emotional stress?  These are just a few items, but imagine adding in holiday stress, financial stress, or illness of a loved one.  Consider items like the telephone, cell phone, text messaging, email, instant messenger and social media outlets all vying for your attention.  I don’t know about you, but just the mention of these things can make one tired and exhausted.  That is an example of an average day and what your brain is facing.

There are so many stimuli coming into our mind/body that our brain is not always able to see the forest through the trees. It is days like these that cold/flu, sprained ankles, headaches, dizziness, allergies etc., set in or are more prone to attack the body.  It’s not that these issues would not normally have happened, but it is your body’s ability to respond that makes the difference.

What about the occasional sprain on the soccer field or while hiking.  A health issue can surface at any time and in any situation.  Are you ready?  What about if disaster strikes and finding a medical professional is difficult?

Your body has an innate ability to heal but, often through the everyday stressors of life the body loses its ability to do this. It can be taught how to “turn it’s healing process back on” when a health crisis hits just by knowing how to reactivate your brain to focus on the ailment.  Learn how to “tap out” your Cortices to help re-boot your brain.

What if you could provide your body support to enhance all body systems for further reinforcement?  Look no further, you only need a six-hour course called; BodyTalk Access.  This course is designed for the layperson that wants to address self and family health care. It is also great for teachers to focus students, coaches for sports performance and for maintenance of health such as structural body realignment to avoid the occasional ache or muscle pain.   Support your immune system when the ailments of winter or back to school/work immune stressors hit.  How about an amazing Fast Aid technique that could assist you in time of need regardless of the circumstances.

To learn the tools necessary to bring healing and maintenance to your body in brain balancing, stress balancing, hydration, body chemistry (microbes, allergies, intolerances) and structural rebalancing not to mention an amazing Fast Aid technique for those moments when accidents happen, BodyTalk Access is the class for you.


Enroll in the next BodyTalk Access Class NOW!

 

BodyTalk Access Testimonials 

 

 

On May 14th, 2010 by Lynn Morales

BodyTalk Access Testimonials

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BodyTalk Access Testimonials

What are others saying about BodyTalk Access?

Lynn does an amazing job teaching the Body Talk Class. She is patient and very encouraging especially when we ask questions. She goes over the information several times so that it sinks in deep. One of my favorite things she had us do was practice the technique again and again. Each time she taught a new part she had us go back to the beginning and do the whole thing over. She wrapped up the class by having us do it on someone else.

She was very thoughtful of our time and did not waste it at all. Lynn made what could have been a very complicated system feel very simple.  She and Keith are organized with their communications with links and explanations of how to do technology. I HIGHLY recommend doing the class online! It was efficient, very easy to follow along and with the camera access, Lynn was able to correct and connect with all the participants. Excellent use of a Saturday!

SM - Argyle, TX

 

I have 5 amazing stories as a result of taking the Online Interactive BodyTalk Access with Lynn:

  • I woke up in the middle of the night with stabbing pains on the right side of my stomach/kidney area.  I have no idea of the origin of the pain, but it was bad enough to wake me up in the middle of the night.  I immediately did a "version" of the fast aid protocol (version meaning that I am sure I missed something) and minutes after I finished, I felt better.  The pain subsided, and I fell back asleep.  The pain didn't return.
  • My husband was suffering one night from carpal tunnel like pain due to an over use of his wrist with a particular computer mouse at work.  I proceeded to do the fast aid protocol using the correct reciprocal, and 5-10 minutes after I was done the pain subsided.  That pain never returned.
  •  My son fell off his bike the week after I learned the Fast Aid technique.  He was experiencing shooting pain, pain when twisting his wrist, and swelling from the hand up to the elbow.  I applied fast aid three times, at which we saw a marked improvement in his mobility, pain, and swelling.  We did apply ice once, but he didn't have to take any medication. Amazing!
  • My daughter fell while running around the track during PE at school last year.  She twisted her knee and found that she couldn't walk with a straight leg, and that she had a lot of pain.  She was even using crutches at school the next day due to the pain.  I applied the fast aid technique (pretty sure I did it wrong, but did it none-the-less) and by the next day there was no pain or swelling.  She amazed her coaches at PE, which also made them curious if she was lying! She wasn't.
  • Our dog (miniature pinscher) Sparky recently started showing signs of drooping in his left top eyelid.  There is no real swelling or drainage of any kind. I performed Cortices on him three nights in a row, and it seems that his eye no longer has a need to close.  A win for the pup!

SH - Frisco, TX

 

I loved the online Body Talk course that Lynn Morales taught. I learned so much and have been applying the techniques daily.  I feel like some of my joints are starting to improve - my knees aren't aching like they were when I went out for my walks. I'm excited to continue my work with her.

LC - Plano, TX

 

In my own personal experience, having the tools in the Body Talk toolbox has helped me have a more balanced approach to everyday living. To know I can begin each day with setting all of my body systems up for success is a game-changer. Every day that I use these techniques I find I have a more even response to stresses of all sorts and that my physical body responds better to environmental challenges.

CG - Derby, KS

 

Awesome, thank you so much! You did really well on your first online course. I learned a lot considering I've been doing this a little while. Both of you put so much into the planning and your enthusiasm was a blessing. Thanks!

FP - San Antonio, TX

 

Lynn is a fantastic teacher and did an amazing job of dealing with the technical portions of this class. Keith did an amazing job of supporting this class from an IT side as well. I loved the mid-class polls and such interaction is key.

SH - Frisco, TX

 

It was the first time I was in an emergency situation like that, and having just had your workshop, the first thing I did was started tapping the head and heart simultaneously, while others were trying to get her attention, lying her down, etc. It wasn't until we had her down on the floor that I began to get really concerned because she wasn't pulling out (her eyes were open but unfocused and she had no muscle control)... I had forgotten (in my stress) to hold the positions on the head, I was just tapping consistently on head and heart. When we got her to the floor I switched to her ears and within a couple of minutes she regained consciousness. I am grateful to have had both of these techniques to fall back on even tho I didn't perform the Fast Aid correctly. I hope because of this experience that I will be calmer and more centered should that ever happen again.

DB - Tyler, TX

 

Approximately 6 weeks after taking Body Talk Access I was able to experience first hand what a huge benefit taking this class was. I was traveling to Haiti and on my return flight from Port au Prince a lady had huge pains on, what looked like, her appendix area. The flight attendants asked if there was a doctor on board and if so if he/she could go to the back of the plane. I automatically thought that the First Aid technique might work on alleviating her pain. So after I saw that the doctor left the passenger, I walked back there and told the flight attendants that I would like to try this tapping head & heart technique so that the brain could send messages to the affected area in hopes to relieving her pain. Both flight attendants and passenger in pain agreed. The first round of tapping the cortices, the passenger had a cold forehead. Second round, while she held the area affected, I had noticed that her forehead was warmer. Third and fourth round the head was hot. I was very excited to feel this change. After I was done the passenger said she felt much better. The flight attendants asked if I was a Therapist....and I told them "no." But what an advantage to know this!!! Folks, this made a huge difference to this poor lady in pain. Even the doctor on board could not help her. Paramedics were on the runway when we landed, so I don't know what happened later, but I do know that her pain was drastically lessened by providing this Fast Aid Technique!!!

AG - Garland, TX

 

My daughter sprained her ankle early in a soccer tournament, we tapped out the Fast Aid Technique once and she was able to resume play for the rest of the weekend.

Cathy- Plano, TX

 

I watched a calm come over my autistic son in seconds while the cortices technique was performed on him. This in invaluable!

Brent - McKinney, TX

 

What a miracle. I had a Charlie horse on my thigh for over two weeks from a tennis injury. I was getting ready to set an appointment with my Dr. when my friend tapped out BodyTalk Access. It was better within a couple of hours.

Tammy - Plano, TX

 

I used to get some kind of cold/flu every season. Last year, I started tapping out the Body Chemistry technique each time I encountered someone that was already sick. I have not had a cold since. What a value and savings to not have to go to the doctor!

Marie - Plano, TX

 

Lynn's work is amazing! One afternoon I called her because I gotten had a severe, sudden onset bladder infection with no warning whatsoever. Not only was there bleeding, but small blood clots as well. She did a distance session on me and I quite literally felt the shift. The infection and all its symptoms were completely gone!

AND

I took my 10-year old daughter to see Lynn for a long-standing respiratory issue. Every year, just about the time school starts, she would begin having massive sinus drainage and eventually it would turn into a respiratory infection that would require antibiotics. The condition would get beat back, but never really clear. It was a cycle of drainage, infection, antibiotics. By the time we left Lynn's office, my daughter's sinus drainage and cold-like symptoms were totally gone. It has been 2 weeks now and she may blow her nose in the morning, but if so she requires only 1 Kleenex, not the 10 or 12 she was using before. She has no more drainage during the day and no longer believes she has allergies, which is what people kept telling her.

CT - Gunter, TX

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