Florida Tech Womens Business Center Presents Emotional Freedom Technique April 11
MELBOURNE, FLA.—The Florida Institute of Technology’s Women’s Business Center presents the Emotional Freedom Technique workshop April 11, 5:30-7:30 p.m. on campus in the Denius Student Center Hartley Room.
The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is a self-help tool based on acupuncture. Tapping on various points, can within minutes, bring on a feeling of calm, balance and well-being. These results are immediately useful for stress, anxiety, fears, phobias and even difficult memories. With EFT it can be easier to eliminate cravings and gain more control over habits. The technique works for weight loss and smoking as well as some medical issues such as irritable bowel, insomnia and chronic pain.
EFT is also effective on lack of motivation, self-doubt and performance anxiety. Sports teams use it, as do business owners and employees to empower themselves and move forward with enthusiasm. Adults of all ages and children can easily learn and practice this simple yet powerful technique. The presenter is Kathy Doner. More information is available at www.EFTUniverse.com.
Doner is a board-certified internal medicine physician who was in private practice in Sebastian for over 21 years. She received her medical degree, internship and residency at George Washington University and a earned a master’s in public health nutrition from the University of Michigan. A believer in integrative medicine, she stresses a holistic approach. In 2002 she sold her medical practice in order to work with mind/body medicine full-time and has offices in Sebastian and Melbourne, Fla.
Doner is a certified hypnotherapist, neuro-linguistic programming trainer and EFT teacher. In addition to private sessions, Doner holds workshops nation-wide in schools, businesses, medical clinics and hospitals. She also trains groups in self-hypnosis, EFT, insomnia, weight loss, smoking and stress reduction.
The course includes a workbook and costs $29. Registration is required. Contact the Women’s Business Center at email@example.com or call (321) 674-7007.
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