WeAreVirtual: From chaos to calm - a simple formula to help you cope with the unexpected | Lauren Paton
In this session, we’re going to learn how to use EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique, or tapping) to help us feel calm and confident when the unexpected tries to
In this session, we’re going to learn how to use EFT (Emotional Freedom Technique, or tapping) to help us feel calm and confident when the unexpected tries to cause us stress and anxiety.
EFT works to settle our nervous system and release emotional blocks that we’re holding onto. During a tapping sequence, we tap with our fingers on our energy meridians. It helps to activate a feeling of calm and release tension.
In this session, I’ll take you through the principles of the tapping technique and you’ll follow along with me as we work specifically on managing the unexpected and bringing a feeling of calm.
• What tapping is
• How it can help with anxiety and stress
• How to tap
• A group tapping session on coping with the unexpected and managing stress
It’s useful to have a notebook or journal handy to jot down anything that comes up during the session.
Lauren is the founder of Unleashed Coaching, which brings a powerful combination of coaching, mentoring and energy therapy together with her own brand of spiritually-minded straight-talking support to help women clear the blocks to unlimited confidence. She bring her years of professional, mentoring and life experience to coaching women through creating a high-performance business, thriving in high-pressure environments, or finding their purpose for the next stage of their lives. She’s a firm believer that if we unleash ourselves from the blocks in our past, we can create a happier and more successful future.
Offering three-month and half-day VIP programmes, as well as session-by-session options for private clients and businesses, Lauren helps women find their inner confidence, break through their limiting beliefs and internal blocks, learn how to priorities their needs and build effective self-care habits.
(Thursday) 12:00 - 13:00