Self-help therapy explained at Hunstanton

Participants in the Emotional Freedom Techiques workshop, from left, Eileen Patten, David Allen (back), Janice Edwards, Nicola Haird, Audrey Horwood, Joan Hunter and Jane Linford. ANL-150216-090926001
Participants in the Emotional Freedom Techiques workshop, from left, Eileen Patten, David Allen (back), Janice Edwards, Nicola Haird, Audrey Horwood, Joan Hunter and Jane Linford. ANL-150216-090926001
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A workshop held in Hunstanton showing people how to “tap away” their stress was so successful that more have been lined up in the coming weeks.

Catherine Allen, who is a master practitioner of Emotional Freedom Techniques (EFT) and whose business is based in Heacham, showed people who attended the recent event how to let go of anxieties using the technique.

Said Catherine: “Working with EFT means removing blockages in one’s energy system. These blockages are responsible for one’s negative emotions, such as stress, anxiety, anger, fear, guilt, phobias and more besides. EFT is a self-help therapy and it can be practised in everyday life at home, work or play.”

The workshop proved to be so popular that she is running another one on Saturday, March 14, from 10am to 1pm and one for parents, on Saturday, April 18 at Hunstanton Methodist Church. For more details contact Catherine on 01485 571936 or download a booking form on her website www.onfreedomswings.co.uk

Pictured at the EFT workshop, from left, are Eileen Patten, David Allen (back), Janice Edwards, Nicola Haird, Audrey Horwood, Joan Hunter and Jane Linford.