Emotional Freedom Techniques


Tapping into roots that exist for a reason.

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Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) also called “Tapping”, is an energy healing modality developed by Gary Craig that has its roots in Thought Field Therapy (TFT), created by Dr. Roger Callahan. Gary Craig studied and trained in TFT, and then changed it to make EFT. He did this as an effort to make tapping an accessible healing tool for the masses.

The premise behind EFT is that our energy meridians can either be open and free-flowing allowing for wellness, or blocked and clogged up causing stagnation and despair. As we tap on certain acupoints along the 12 main meridians we release old trapped energy and invite in flow and movement. When we tap into old emotions, traumas, memories, we can see them with new eyes and make updates to our system. This leaves us feeling more open, free, and elevated.

EFT has been used successfully with veterans and others experiencing post traumatic stress syndrome, those with childhood trauma, painful memories, relationship difficulties, blocks to success, health issues, pain and discomfort, food cravings, weight loss, financial troubles, dream interpretation, accidents and injuries.

During a session, we first discuss what the presenting problem(s) is, then I teach you the tapping points, and then we each tap on our own acupoints while I provide the script for us to tap on. The script is based on both my intuition and your statements around the presenting problem. Every time we practice EFT, varying and sometimes unexpected things arise. I will be there to help see you through what rises, gently bring light to blind spots, and help you usher in new perspectives and paradigm shifts that serve you in your life.

"EFT is a simple, powerful process that can profoundly influence gene activity, health and behavior."
~ Bruce Lipton, PhD

Open Your Energy Highways

EFT has helped many people with various problems, including:

  • Headaches
  • Back Pain
  • Stiff Neck and Shoulders
  • joint pains
  • chronic fatigue syndrome
  • ulcerative colitis
  • psoriasis
  • asthma
  • allergies
  • insomnia
  • arthritis
  • irritable bowel syndrome
  • eyesight
  • muscle tightness
  • bee stings
  • urination problems
  • morning sickness
  • PMS
  • sexual dysfunction
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • stomachaches
  • toothaches
  • and much more

"[T]here's a very good reason why EFT works on such a wide variety of issues. The reason is that they all involve stress." -Dawson Church, PhD, The Genie in Your Genes, 2014.

Most individuals experience stress in one or more areas of their life. Relationships, work, health, spirituality, and finances are common life situations that contribute to stress. Regardless of the cause, stress has serious effects on the body and reducing it can lead to a healthier happier experience of life. When applying EFT to a stress that is triggered by a certain situation, it works to reduce or eliminate the stress around the situation. When we think about or physically return to an event or situation that caused us stress in the past without the accompanied stress, not only do we have a neutral feeling toward it, but the situation itself often changes.

Group EFT Classes

Group EFT classes are fun, beneficial, and uplifting. We tap on collective group issues, or interweave individual challenges to be useful for everyone present. We create the class according to the group’s goal.

I have led EFT classes for many different populations including fibromyalgia, addiction recovery, yoga participants, intimate gatherings, high school enrichment programs, administrators, board members, and more.

Some examples of themed intention classes are to increase cooperation, decrease animosity, relax more, increase efficiency, team build, clear obstacles around a certain goal, and soar beyond our current limitations.

Another option is to have no specific goal, but instead come together to tap into greater states of insights, relaxation, and stress release.

Every time I have an EFT session with Gina, I gain great insights into my life. Each time, a door opens up and I can continue on my journey with new direction, excitement, and confidence.

~ K.M

Peer Reviewed Studies

There have been many peer-reviewed studies done on EFT proving its success with multiple issues including PTSD, phobias, pain, and more. If interested in learning more about the clinical effects of EFT check out the peer reviewed professional journal titled Energy Psychology Journal. Or to read about the many firsthand accounts of EFT check out the hundreds of case studies found at EFTUniverse.com.

EFT Resources:

When I read the description of EFT in a brochure, I thought that it sounded like exactly what I needed to help me out of my funk. It was amazing! After just one session, I slept all night for the first time in months! I tapped every night on my own in between sessions at the yoga center and was thrilled to discover that day by day I felt a little less anxious and a whole lot happier. I found myself thinking more about the things that I could affect in a positive way and moving away from dwelling on those that were negative and emotionally burdensome. The physical act of tapping (a kind of psychological acupressure) and the brilliance of the instructor, Gina, who is able to weave the group members’ concerns into a calming, yet powerfully affirmative narrative create a wonderful, relaxing environment. I will be a regular at EFT.

Thank you.

~ J.K.