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Jorge Reyes of the Oregon State Beavers Baseball team talks about using EFT for baseball and sports performance

Jorge Reyes was the pitcher for Oregon State Beavers when he was spotted Tapping on his face during a game. Commentators were fascinated by this action and interviewed him about it . Tapping is used to calm the stress response in the body by activating the meridian points on the body.  Tapping primarily uses meridians that run along the face and upper torso.  Tapping will also send signals to the brain when a player has nerves going on during a game. Watch the footage here...

Tapping for insomnia relief

Do you have trouble getting to sleep? Do you have problems staying alseep? Do you wake up during the night? For the last I was going to say umpteen months, but it's  probably been the last couple of years I have found as I get ready to go to bed, there is a I'm going to call an insomnia. The kicks in there is certainly a feeling of distress and maybe a little bit of anxiety that's been coming up that I'm not going to have a good night's sleep. And I found it's been quite repetitive. So what I did was I created some very quick Tapping routines for myself and I thought perhaps maybe people out there are also having trouble with some insomnia. Maybe it's not quite...

5 minutes to overcome your food addiction

They say that the first step to overcoming any addiction is the admission of the addiction so this 5 minute video is all about honesty. Honesty with yourself.  You dont have to announce your honesty on social media, you dont have to tell any friends.  It's simply about being honest with yourself as a further step towards health and wellbeing. Food addiction is certainly one of the most common addictions that we get to work on with clients. While no one wants to think of themselves as an addict, and many of us don't even like using that word. The reality is that addiction to food can control us, can hold us back and damage our health. Not to mention our self esteem.  When we work...

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My partner is watching everything I eat

I remember the days very clearly when I was married to someone who looked over my shoulder at everything I did.  There were comments all the time but the worst times were around what I was eating.  It was pretty stressful as I often felt  like I was in a fishbowl. This was also the topic of conversation at work in those days too as being at the office, away from spouses gave us the opportunity to eat what we wanted, when we wanted ,without judgement.  Now that the present world circumstance has so many of us working from home, and now in the line of scrutiny from our partners, there are even more of us feeling like we are in that fishbowl being watched. So...

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