The EFT Café open to anyone who knows how to tap. We aim to practice together developing our skills for the common good. Just in case you were wondering, EFT Café is not a coffee shop, but we do aim to be an informal environment where people can meet and enjoy themselves whilst improving their tapping skills.
You do need some experience of EFT to attend these workshops and if you are an AAMET EFT Practitioner each EFT Café counts as 2 hours CPD credits to help you maintain your accreditation.
The EFT Café is usually on the second Wednesday of every month, except July and August, at St Oswald’s Hospice Teaching Centre, Regent Ave, Gosforth, Newcastle, NE3 1EE. From 7pm to 9pm. The cost is just £10 for two hours supervised practice and training
EFT Cafe – Stress Prevention – 10th March 2020
It’s common to talk about EFT/Tapping for stress relief: have a difficult experience, feel bad, tap on those feelings to feel better.
Usually people (even experienced tappers) have to feel really bad before they think of tapping for stress relief.
Rather than wait to feel bad before tapping wouldn’t it be better to reduce your stress response before the experience so you could be calm when the stressful situation happens.
In this month’s EFT Cafe Andy Hunt will introduce some approaches to help you be in the ‘eye of the storm’ when it comes, rather than being blown about by it.
The EFT Cafe is at St Oswald’s Hospice Education Centre at 7pm on Tuesday 10th March at St Oswald’s Hospice, Newcastle upon Tyne and costs £10
If you have any questions about the EFT Cafe please get in touch