BodyTalk can be used as a stand-alone system to address health issues or it can be used to support other healthcare modalities to promote more efficient and accelerated healing.

During a session, the practitioner will have the client lie down on a massage table fully clothed. The practitioner will communicate with the body by using neuromuscular biofeedback (usually holding the client's arm or wrist) while working their way through the BodyTalk Protocol chart. During this time the practitioner asks a series of yes/no questions to determine the body’s priority - what organs, endocrine glands, body parts, etc. need to be linked together in order to bring balance and restore communication.

Once all the information needed is revealed, the practitioner then holds the priority areas and gently taps on the head, the sternum and the navel. Tapping on the head informs the brain to fix and facilitate the changes. Tapping the sternum tells the heart to store the new changes and information. Tapping on the navel (enteric brain) to integrate and assimilate the changes.

This process ensures all the systems and parts of the body can function at optimal levels which accelerates the healing process in the body.  BodyTalk helps the body to return to its natural state of balance.