Epigenetics


Have you ever heard yourself say, My health has never been the same since. . .?

And after that, I’ve always had this problem.

After my car accident. After I took this medication. After I had my first baby. After this emotional trauma. Since then my hip has hurt, or my allergies have been off, or I’ve been hyper sensitive to . . .

Epigenetic locks on DNA can stay in place for generations.

“That means a lock got created, and where locked in, that means they need to be unlocked at that level.

Epigenetic locks can get created by things that have happened in or lives or our ancestor’s lives. Sometimes its our diet, the drugs we’ve taken, the infections we’ve had. Many, many things affect us at the Epigenetic level and BodyTalk is really key to unlocking these impacts.” Dr. Laura Stuve, PhD, developer Evolve Epigenetics

I trained with Dr. Stuve in October, 2018.


Right now, as you read these words, in any and every moment you live, your DNA is being constantly modified. “Like thousands upon thousands of little light switches, some are turning on while others are turning off, all in response to what you’re doing, what you’re seeing, and what you’re feeling.

Epigenetics is one of the top areas for healthcare research today and is THE primary contributing factor in diseases like

  • Cancer
  • Diabetes, obesity, & metabolic disorders
  • Hormonal imbalances
  • Immune dysfunction including allergies & autoimmunity.

With Epigenetics, BodyTalk has the upper hand on Western healthcare approaches. With the exception of a few targeted drugs, they don’t yet have an ability to work directly on markers and their story.  This presentation is by Paul Andersen of Bozeman Science.

Me, trying to fill my Dad’s shoes.


“We are the culmination of our life experiences as well as the life experiences of our parents and ancestors. Because our genes don’t easily forget.”
– Sharon Moalem, MD, PhD in “Inheritance.”