What is EFT?

EFT (Emotional Freedom techniques) also known as tapping. It is a powerful healing tool Originally founded by Gary Craig, it is a natural cognitive and meridian energy therapy, a combination of the ancient Chinese acupressure and modern psychology, based on the premise that all negative emotions are the result of a disruption in the body’s energy system.

EFT is like acupuncture without the needles. It works by clearing the negative energy, blockages and limited beliefs by gently tapping on the points of the body’s energy meridians around your face and upper body (whilst stating the truth of what you are feeling) which sends pulses of energy to rebalance the body’s energy system in relation to that thought/specific issue.

By shifting energy it changes the way the brain processes information about a particular issue, therefore tapping whilst focused on the issue is like rewiring or re-routing the brain’s conditioned negative responses. Therefore allowing a new positive empowering way of thinking to prevail. 

Imagine how beneficial this could be….? lifting traumas, releasing emotional memories and allowing your power back into your own hands as you think in a different, more positive way.

EFT allows you to become free to live your life to the full enabling your achieve success, happiness, health and inner peace. EFT is easy to learn and I can teach you the basic recipe so that you have a tool for life that you can use today and in the future.

What I like the most about EFT is that it is easy to learn, portable and can be used anywhere, it is non evasive, quick, long lasting, powerful and life changing. I would be honoured to work with you individually or in our a group session, to make this life changing transition become your reality. Life does not have to remain the same. 

 

EFT can benefit anyone and can be used to treat a variety of symptoms either emotional or physical to include;

  • Weight issues
  • Trauma
  • Stress
  • Anxiety
  • Depression
  • Lack of confidence and self esteem
  • Compulsive and addictive behaviors
  • Fears and phobias
  • Grief
  • Sexual abuse
  • Bulling