Tapping is something you might well have done with me in a session, but I'd like to tell you a little more about it, and what it can be used for.
Tapping or EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique) is a tool I trained in whilst living in Australia, and I've been using ever since 2003. It is one of the most effective things I have come across, which I offer to clients to take home and use themselves. I'm now Training as an EFT Practitioner, and can offer sessions just in EFT or alongside the bodywork I offer in my shiatsu sessions, and I find this to be hugely effective. I am becoming increasingly excited by the results I am getting with clients, and people can't believe how effectively it is impacting on things they've been struggling with sometimes for years.
Tapping is a technique which combines stimulating acupressure points on the face and upper body by tapping them, whilst talking through an issue or problem which holds an emotional charge for you. The combination of the two things - talking and activating the meridians used in shiatsu through tapping the points, creates an incredible fast track to healing.
I am offering EFT sessions at the same price as my Shiatsu sessions, or you can come for an hour and a half session which combines both.
EFT is particularly effective for:
And the great thing about it is that you can use it on yourself at any point, not just rely on a therapy session to get the benefit.
As a Shiatsu practitioner I find that EFT is powerful and effective tool to accompany the work that I do in my Shiatsu sessions, and I bring my years of training and practice to the EFT work. Why not give it a go?!
Author: Hannah Currant
Hannah is a Shiatsu and EFT Practitioner based in Bristol.
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