How many times have you worked with your rider to carefully build riding skills or prepare for competition, only to
have the "fear Godzilla" smash your work to bits?
Would you like to have quick techniques
in your toolbox that can short circuit your rider's physical and mental fear reactions?
on EFT tapping techniques, I've distilled five easy-to-teach, quick-to-perform fixes that you can use for the three
most common types of riding fears: physical fear, show nerves, and "performance anxiety", or anxiety
in your rider when trying to perform a specific skill.
In under 17 minutes, you quickly learn the common signs
of each of these three fears, and five methods of addressing the fears, including which ones work best on
Don't let fear hobble your horse and rattle your rider.
Intead, get Fast Fixes
for Fear; it might just be the best $2.99 you ever spent!
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Wrist Points for Show Nerves
To calm show nerves, use these two points on the inside of the wrist. Tap lightly
with two fingers, or touch and hold while breathing evenly.
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Fast Fear Fixes: just in time for the big shows! If you like what you learn, book an EFT session
for even more help.
Disclaimer: All information on this website is offered as
educational, and is not, nor intended as, diagnosis or treatment. EFT, MTT, and other techniques are self-help
modalities and are offered as such. Although there is data on the effectiveness of some of these modalities,
they are still considered experimental. If you use these techniques, you agree to take full responsibility for their
use and for your own health, exercising common sense in practicing self-help techniques. This information is not
intended in place of regular medical care. Please consult a doctor or mental health care professional as
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