Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) tapping

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or tapping can support you through BIG emotions, ones which might make you feel stress, sad, mad or angry or ones where you are nervous, excited or the times when you need some extra bravery. Tapping calms down the parasympathetic nervous system – the one which gives you an adrenaline rush and prepares you to fight, flee or even freeze. When you get the adrenalin rush and there really isn’t the big danger you imagined, the hormones still flood your body and send blood to your hands and feet. This deprives the rest of the body of oxygen and can make you feel sick like you want to vomit or even pee.

Using EFT before or after these anticipated adrenalin rushes can help bring your body and adrenals back to a state of calm.

Download your free copy by clicking on the link below.

Make a booking to master EFT and learn how to use this technique to overcome big emotions in everyday situations.

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Anxiety and yoga

Rachel is a Kids’ Yoga instructor – Studies have shown that Yoga is beneficial for focus for children and academic results have improved with yoga and mindfulness.

Contact Rachel about Kids’ yoga classes and meditation classes.

Download a poster below for yoga stretches for anxiety.

anxiety yoga

Other ideas to help manage anxiety are:

Calm the farm – 10 ways to manage anxiety

Protecting your energy field

Many people are affected by the energy of others, especially if you are highly sensitive. This can sometimes be in a subtle way where you may feel rattled, unsettled or a greater way where being around lots of people can make you feel anxious, panicky or entirely zapped.

Some great techniques to protect yourself in crowds, at school, in shopping centres or festivals are to bring down a white light over yourself, or in particularly toxic or frightening situations you may need something more.

Download energy shielding techniques here.

Energetic shielding and protecting

Couples Counselling – Communication techniques – How to get what you want

When we are stuck with our communication or worried our partner will react badly to a suggestion, using the word “I” rather than “you” is much less triggering and less likely to initiate blame and attack/defence mode. When I say I feel like I’d like to watch this TV show, instead of you always watch so much sport, emphasizing ourselves first, can be a more assertive approach and more likely to land more softly. Have a look at these tips below.

Download the I messages here