Learn Tapping/EFT

Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), also known as "tapping," is a therapeutic approach that combines elements of traditional Chinese medicine, psychology, and mindfulness.

It involves tapping on specific acupressure points on the body while focusing on emotional or psychological issues.

EFT is often used to address a variety of emotional and psychological challenges and offers many benefits.

A Tapping/EFT workshop is 60-90 minutes on Zoom !

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Benefits of EFT

Stress Reduction:

EFT can help reduce stress and anxiety levels by calming the nervous system. Tapping on the acupressure points can promote relaxation and a sense of emotional relief.  

Emotional Regulation:

EFT can help individuals regulate their emotions by addressing negative emotions, such as fear, anger, sadness, and guilt. Tapping while focusing on these emotions is believed to help release and process them.  

Reduced Anxiety:

Many people find EFT to be effective in reducing anxiety symptoms. By tapping on specific points, individuals can lower the intensity of anxiety and promote a sense of calm.

Pain Management:

EFT has been used to manage physical pain and discomfort. While the exact mechanisms are not fully understood, some individuals report relief from chronic pain conditions through regular tapping sessions..  

Trauma Resolution:

EFT is sometimes used as a part of trauma therapy. It can help individuals process traumatic memories and reduce the emotional charge associated with them.  

Improved Self-Esteem:

Tapping on points related to self-acceptance and self-worth can help improve self-esteem and self-confidence.  

Phobia and Fear Management:

EFT has been utilized to address phobias and fears. By tapping while exposing oneself to the feared object or situation, some individuals experience a reduction in the fear response.  

Enhanced Mindfulness:

The process of tapping requires individuals to be mindful and present with their emotions. This can foster greater self-awareness and emotional understanding.