The annual Tapping World Summit has been launched this week. Each year hundreds of thousands of listeners attend this online event featuring luminaries in the arena of personal growth and development. This year’s pre-summit videos include one of the last interviews given by Wayne Dyer, Dr. Lissa Rankin, and Iyanla Vanzant. The Tapping World Summit is often how the general public is first introduced to EFT tapping and serves as a taster for much more comprehensive work done with an EFT practitioner or learning through an EFT workshop.
For over a decade EFT tapping training workshops have been conducted in the Seattle metro area by Alina Frank. Alina Frank first began offering courses in Seattle and in Chicago with therapist and instructor Dr. Kiya Immergluck. Since 2009 Ms. Frank has co-facilitated EFT tapping trainings with her husband, brain science enthusiast Dr. Craig Weiner.
The next regional EFT tapping training will be held on South Whidbey Island just 30 minutes north of Seattle in Langley, Washington. The course is broken down into two levels. EFT tapping training workshop level 1 is a course designed for the layperson wanting to learn EFT tapping for themselves and also serves as a prerequisite for level 2. Level 2 is designed to teach students how to work carefully, safely, and effectively with others. The level 1 and 2 trainings are the first step towards becoming a certified EFT coach.
Topics covered in EFT workshop level 1:
How to achieve greater results
The basic history of EFT tapping
How to craft an effective setup statement and reminder phrase
How to use EFT for fears/phobias
How to apply EFT for cravings/addictions
What to do for pain and physical ailments
How to work on oneself
Topics covered in EFT workshop level 2:
How to work with trauma
The 3 Gentle Techniques
How to apply EFT for goals and law of attraction
How to identify and release limiting beliefs
Once a student completes the course continuing instruction and ongoing mentoring supports the mastery of skills learned over the course of the 4 day training. Mentors assist students in reviewing and refining their work, recognize ethical challenges, and provide opportunities for practice sessions with other students going through certification.
For more information and registration for the level 1 and 2 training in the Seattle metro area visit www.efttappingtraining.com