|"All your students got better as their rides went on." Hunter
judge's comment to trainer whose students used EFT to prepare for their show. Read the full story here.
"Bella and I are doing so much better, I can't thank you enough!!"
Terrie D., after one session
Who knew? I had heard of it before but dismissed it. Luckily I met Ange who reintroduced me to tapping to help
overcome my fear of jumping. I've only tried it once (so far) but I saw and
felt a real difference in my attitude and in what I was able to accomplish in my next lesson. Now I'm waiting
for the ground to thaw to try again!"
"THANK YOU so, so much! That was more helpful, in more unexpected ways, than I ever
"I have benefited on a number
of occasions from EFT as administered by Ange. Utilization of EFT during times of stress as well as at times of pain
have had almost immediate, positive effects. I find that I am more centered, more peaceful and less anxious following
even short episodes of EFT. I especially appreciate the spoken phrases that accompany the tapping. Those words
are powerful and remind me of my value."
Sandy Engel (non-rider)
Who can benefit from EFT?
In a horse
clinic group session with riders, several riders experienced relief from pain or a drop in their fear when imagining a riding
accident. One rider reported that even though her neck pain did not resolve from the session, she was experiencing a
renewed optimism about her riding and had some fresh ideas on what direction to take. Almost all participants reported
lessening of tension or described a feeling of "lightness".
An eight year old rider
went from near tears, asking to leave her class over cavaletti, to relaxed and ready to ride again, in under five minutes.
Sarah was new to the barn, and feeling very tense about the horses she was riding. After a few rounds of tapping together,
with her on horseback and me saying the tapping statements for her, she became relaxed, talkative and interactive, and
quickly asked to rejoin the class. Read a full account of the session here.
- A group of youth and adult riders, ranging from beginners to intermediate level competitors, used EFT to improve
their performances at a hunter-jumper show. The judge commented to their trainer, "All your students got better
as their rides went on."
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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