How can tapping help you?
Tapping is one of many Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and is a simple, yet powerful technique that can help you to feel more calm and relaxed, improve your sleep quality and reduce pain.
Anxiety & Stress
Trauma & PTSD
Cravings & Addiction
Stomach Issues & IBS
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Many Practioners offer a free initial consultation or discovery call.
To provide resources & education about tapping so you can improve your emotional wellbeing
Tapping is a simple technique that anyone can learn and use, but it can be difficult to know where to start. Plus, it can feel strange to be tapping on your face until you get used to it!
It’s been scientifically proven to work, so we’re here to share information about tapping in a friendly and supportive way, giving you the know-how and confidence to give it a go.
Tapping can help you improve your life in so many ways.
IMPROVEMENT IN ANXIETY SYMPTOMS
REDUCTION IN PAIN
REDUCTION IN PTSD SYMPTOMS
REDUCTION IN DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS
Try tapping in 4 simple steps
The process is easy; you focus on a specific problem and then tap through the EFT points on your face and upper body whilst verbally expressing your emotions and feelings until you feel calm and grounded…
Verbally express the emotions & physical sensations you’re experiencing as you tap through the points. Keep going until you find some relief.
Become open to possibilities or opportunities; “Maybe I could…? What if I…? In the past I managed to…?”
Release the emotions or sensations bothering you “I choose to let this go…It’s safe to let this go…I don’t need to hold on to this”
Affirm your preferred state or belief positively “I am calm and grounded…Every day I am doing my best…I got this”
EXPLORE & LEARN
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TAPPING FOR TRAUMA & PTSD
Healing the mind & body
The effects of trauma can be pervasive, both physically and emotionally. Although resolution may seem out of reach, tapping can be a viable and effective tool in overcoming and letting go of traumatic experiences.
- Approximately 70% of people have been impacted by a traumatic life event 70% 70%
70% of adults in the U.S. have experienced some type of traumatic event at least once in their lives. That’s 223.4 million people. Source: TheNationalCouncil.com
- If you’ve experienced one ACE, there’s an 87% chance you have two or more 87% 87%
ACE stands for Adverse Childhood Experiences. The more ACEs you have, the greater the risk for chronic disease, mental illness, violence and being a victim of violence. Source: AcesTooHigh.com
- PTSD can be remediated in 10 EFT sessions according to 65% of practitioners 65% 65%
Most Emotional Freedom Technique practitioners (63%) reported that even complex PTSD can be remediated in 10 or fewer EFT sessions. Source: ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
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“Emotional Freedom Technique is one of the greatest tools for
working through emotions and feeling better fast.”
“The Emotional Freedom Technique, commonly known as tapping, is a natural healing modality that calms the fight or flight center of your brain.”