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EFT Foundational Level (EFT Level 1)

EFT Foundational Level (EFT Level 1)

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When:

  • Sat 5 Aug, 10:00am – 6:30pm
  • Sun 6 Aug, 10:00am – 6:30pm

Where:

Kelson Community Centre, 5a Timaru Grove, Kelson, Lower Hutt Show map

Restrictions:

R16

Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT), or Tapping, the fastest spreading tool for releasing stress, anxiety, any emotions that bother you, painful memories, limiting beliefs, improving performance in all areas of life.

EFT Foundational Level ( Level 1) – suits those that are interested in self-help, personal growth and anyone who wants to continue further EFT learning towards practitioner with the solid foundations. Training is certified by the international professional organisation.

EFT is based on the ancient principles of acupuncture and modern Einstein theory. It involves simple tapping procedure without the discomfort of needles. Properly applied, EFT quickly realigns the energy meridians while the person "tunes in" to their problem in a gentle, conversational manner. In this way an important link is established between mind and body.

In this two-day workshop, you will learn the essentials of EFT.
 You will get practical self-help tools that will assist you in overcoming emotional and
 physical problems, pain, troublesome memories, you will learn the system to work
 through your past burden and free yourself up.

Your trainer: Jasmina Kovacev - BSc, EFT Expert,
 EFT Advanced Practitioner and Master Trainer by AAMET 
META-Health Master Practitioner and Trainer by IMMA 
Personal Performance and Wellness Coach.

Investment: NZ$420 - payment in instalments is an option.

To book your place, call 04 565 3888 or send an email with your phone number to jasminakovacev@gmail.com.

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