A Message from John Veltheim, President
It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to the International BodyTalk Foundation web site. The IBF is a project dear to the hearts of all of us involved with the BodyTalk System and BodyTalk Access. Please take a moment to read the full letter...
Now available, an introductory video about the IBF, recorded by Dr. John Veltheim.
Your contributions allow the IBF to fulfill its mission. Through them, we can continue organizing and supporting a growing number of BodyTalk Access Outreach Programs across the globe, along with lining up third-party Scientific Research Studies that can document the effectiveness of the BodyTalk System. More…
Your generous donations are what bring these programs to life. We encourage you to read about each of these special opportunities to expand the benefits of BodyTalk to an even broader audience. Choose one of the three gifting choices below to help the IBF move forward:
Funding clinical trials and research studies that document BodyTalk’s effectiveness.
Bringing BodyTalk Access to those with no access to healthcare.
Help spread the science and benefits of BodyTalk around the globe.
The IBF is always interessted in hearing new ideas for Outreach projects, research studies or other opportunities to further BodyTalk awareness and assistance. If you have resources or project ideas you think we ought to pursue, please let us know.
“Most workers in the Philippines hardly make ends meet,” say Access Trainers Remar Soliza and Alan Along, Filipino CBPs who engaged some 31 workers in a BodyTalk Access Outreach in Metro Manila last June...
“Magical Kenya” is the name of the Kenya Airways Boing 787 in which I embarked on my journey to Nairobi, the capital of Kenya, to share BodyTalk Access magic. This wasn't a coincidence, as the trip turned out to be magical in every way...
“I had the pleasure of visiting villagers at the Bay of Bengal in India an area severely affected by the tsunami of December 2004…” writes Katrin Bergstrome, CBI.
In April 2007, 27 girls and boys aged 10-12 years, mainly residents at Imizamo Yethu informal housing settlement in Hout Bay, Cape Town, South Africa, walked an average of 1.5 km to the Hout Bay Community Cultural Centre to attend the BodyTalk Access training course…