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Tapping is a form of somatic (physical) technique which can remove mental blockages. It is easy to learn and most effective when led by a Certified Practitioner. Defined in the early 1990s by a Stanford educated electrical engineer, Gary Craig, based on work done by American psychologist Dr. Roger Callahan. Since Gary Craig’s development of Tapping, many organizations have embraced, tested, and endorsed the method.

Whether meeting in person, over the telephone, or using the Internet (zoom, Skype), clients from all over the world work to overcome stress and anxiety about work, relationships, self-esteem, and life changes. After the usual three one-hour sessions, clients most often respond: “I feel so much lighter”. No one ever said they felt heavy or brought down before the session! It is delightful to be able to watch clients as we tap together – yes, I tap on myself as clients tap on themselves! – and actually witness a physical relaxation take place during the sessions.

As a new and yet effective method, Tapping has been approved by the Veterans’ Administration for use on United States veterans to help with Post-Traumatic Stress Disease (PTSD). The largest international recognized association of Tapping or Emotional Freedom Technique practitioners is EFT International. Dr. Nall is a Certified Practitioner by EFT International.

Dissolving WAFFLES: Worries, Anxieties, Fears, Frustrations, Lethargy, and STRESS

Experience the lightness and relief from a scientifically proven technique to not reduce, but rather eliminate, stress, fear, and anxiety. The process is easily learned and can be administered individually. In-depth work is accomplished with a Certified Practitioner.

CR8 UR F8 (Create Your Fate): Surviving the Circus

We each live in our own circus with multiple rings of activity demanding our attention. Somedays we feel like the clown-filled car, elephants, and lions are trampling over us! Discover methods to stay focused while enjoying the circus! A fun-filled, bright, interactive experience to practice survival skills.


Listening is a lost art. Since the advent of radio, we no longer can tolerate silence, so we talk and no one listens. Without having to scream or jump up and down to get the attention of others, we demonstrate ways to teach others to listen to us and learn to listen better.