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Learn how to beat those Craving’s

Free Talk on Tuesday 4th November

How to beat your craving’s for good with EFT ( Emotional Freedom Technique)

Many of us get into bad habits and with everyday stress of work this leads us to ‘ crave ‘ certain types of food as they ‘make us feel better’.  Generally it’s sugary, salty and fatty foods but alcohol can have the same effect.  The Emotional Freedom Technique is one way to get on top of the feelings that make us carve these foods and on Tuesday 4th November we are holding a FREE talk at our Personal Training Studio in Haywards Heath.

If you’d like to register to attend this event please click here:

EFT is based on a new discovery that has provided thousands with relief from pain, disease and emotional issues. Simply stated, it is an emotional version of acupuncture except that needles aren’t necessary. Instead, you stimulate well-established energy meridian points on your body by tapping them with your fingertips. The technique is simple, easy to learn and highly effective and the beauty is you can use it anywhere, anytime, in any situation. The founder of EFT Gary Craig states that ‘The cause of all negative emotion is a disruption in the body’s energy system’ and because our physical pains and diseases are so obviously connected with our emotions the following statement has also been proven to be true: Our unresolved negative emotions are major contributors to most physical pains and disease’.

EFT is fantastic for shifting cravings. Please bring along something that you crave often. It is important that it is your favourite food. In order to see how effective this technique is it’s important that your craving is high.

Please click this link to register if you’d like to attend on Tuesday 4th November.

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