Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT or Tapping)
An interactive session where You will learn the basics of how to use Emotional Freedom Technique (E.F.T. or ‘Tapping’ ) to help release limiting self-beliefs, emotions and symptoms, in a group setting, visiting different themes each session. You will be invited to tap lightly on a series of acupressure points on the head, face and upper body, using one or two hands, which-ever is most comfortable!
Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT or ‘Tapping’) is sometimes known as ‘acupuncture without needles’ and is gaining worldwide recognition and research proving its effectiveness in a number of different areas. EFT tapping has been proven to calm the amygdala in the brain, regulate our nervous system and reduce stress and anxiety by up to 41% in less than 10 minutes. Once learnt, this tool is literally available at the end of your fingertips anytime, anywhere.
In these interactive sessions you will be taught the basics of how to perform EFT and experience first-hand the benefits of tapping and learn how to use it immediately to support you in managing and releasing anxiety, fear and pain.
- 13th September – Pain
- 11th October – Fear
- 8th November – Anxiety
Can be attended from a seated position and adjusted to suit. No experience needed.
Whilst EFT can produce remarkable results it should not be used in place of conventional medical care. Always consult your GP for medical attention and advice. Clients have found EFT useful as a complement to conventional medical treatment.
Frequently Asked Questions
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email from Zoom containing information about how to join the session.
For the comfort and safety of everyone joining our online groups we have a few room rules we ask everyone to observe.
- Try and arrive on time for the start of the session if you can, if you do join late please mute yourself on entry to avoid disturbing others.
- In general it makes for a better group experience if people can see each other, but do feel free to turn your video camera off if you are not feeling up to being visible that day
- Make yourself comfortable and join the meeting from your favourite cosy space, but if your video camera is on, please check what can be seen by others. Although pyjamas are fine if you’re currently bed-bound, do dress in a way that is appropriate for a group gathering.
- Please keep yourself on mute unless you are talking, especially when there may be distracting noises in the background.
- Take part in discussions and question-and-answer sessions, if you want to, but please listen to others and help the meeting host to ensure everyone has time to speak if they wish. The group lead may suggest using the hands up icon or typing questions into
the chat box.
- If group participants share personal stories and sensitive information, please treat this as confidential and avoid disclosing anything outside of the group without their permission.
- Should a group participant share information that raises a concern for their personal safety, we will follow this up privately in line with our safeguarding responsibilities.
- Technical failures and internet problems are quite common with online platforms, if the facilitator or another participant experiences problems please be understanding.
- In the unlikely event that a group participant says or does something inappropriate in a session, we will immediately remove them from the room and may take further action.
Advice given by Penny Brohn UK does not replace advice given by your healthcare professional or medical guidance.
Online group meetings are not suitable for discussing individual medical treatments or concerns, please note that we offer integrative doctor consultations and other therapeutic support by phone or video consultation for Penny Brohn UK clients requiring tailored advice and support.