The body doesn’t lie. Chronic pain tells a story.
What if pain isn’t just physical? Scientists are proving mental and emotional stress can manifest as physical pain. Research reveals a blueprint of the body that links certain areas of the body to specific mental and/or emotional stress. Pain shows up to get our attention. To truly heal, we must dig in and uncover the story.
Founder of the Body Blueprint
The body doesn’t lie. Pain tells a story.
There is a deep connection between the mind and our physical bodies. William James (1842-1910) said, “The greatest discovery of my generation is that human beings can alter their lives by altering their attitudes of mind.” This is being proven at esteemed institutions like the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Duke University and the Mayo Clinic as they study the bio-psycho-social causes of pain.
Speaker, Author, Founder of the Body Blueprint
Body Blueprint, How Your Pain Tells A Story
Dropping into mailboxes late May 2020
When daily pain compromises a person’s life, we all lose.
Through her work a massage therapist Jodi Scholes has provided over 20,000 hours of hands-on treatment.
It’s my privilege to share my experiences and to offer a new tool in the tool box for Licensed Healthcare Professionals. The Body Blueprint offers answers to the hidden causes of chronic pain.
Watch for the announcement as Jodi will be speaking on the TEDx stage!
Talented Healthcare Practitioners facilitate the space to:
let the body heal.
This is best done in the quiet. How do you find your happy place? Meditation? A walk in the woods? Getting a massage? When we get quiet, the still small voice starts to speak again, and we listen as it reveals our heart’s desires. We remember who we really are. True healing works in two ways: from the outside in and from the inside out. Traditional medicine approaches healing from the outside, in. It’s our job to investigate from the inside, out.
Talented healthcare professionals – doctors, nurses, psychotherapists, massage therapists -facilitate the space to:
let the body heal.
How do you find your quiet? Meditation? A walk in the woods? Getting a massage? When we get quiet, the still small voice starts to speak again, and we listen as it reveals our heart’s desires. We remember who we really are. True healing works in two ways: from the outside in and from the inside out. Traditional medicine approaches healing from the outside, in. It’s our job to investigate from the inside, out.
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It’s time to look at our pain in a different way
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PRAISE FOR JODI
““Jodi has fabulous stage presence. It is conversational and inviting while being
very informative. She delivers a talk that is very relaxed and authoritative at the
same time. If you’d like a speaker that can knock it out of the park, here she is.”
Rev. Gayle Dillon
Genesis Global Spiritual Center
“”Jodi is an amazing speaker! Powerful. Confident. The message is clear and
beautifully articulated. It’s also much needed in the western world, where we are
diagnosed and medicated for pain without getting to the root cause. Bravo!”
“”I really enjoyed Jodi’s talk and nodded my head the whole time… she is speaking to the choir with me!”
Barbara Novak PhD