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EFT By Silvia
Are You A Passionate Dancer (Social, Ballroom, Ballet...) Striving For Peak Performance?
Welcome! Let me ask: IS THIS YOU?
When you dance, you sometimes feel physical pain, discomfort, or have to deal with limitations in your movement
What if I told you I can help you with all of this - and more? What if I could teach you how to remove barriers that are holding you back from peak performance and setting exciting goals as a dancer?
Introducing EFT for dancers.
Hi, my name is Carna Zacharias-Miller. I am a certified EFT practitioner who has worked professionally with hundreds of clients, and I am an amateur ballroom dancer. EFT It is an immensly helpful mind/body tool for reaching peak performance in any area and can be used effectively to improve the performance and the overall wellbeing of dancers. "Tapping" (EFT) with a practitioner may be done effectively over the phone.
In no way is EFT trying to replace the proper instructions by dance professionals. EFT for dancing serves as a reinforcing educational tool, means to support the dancer’s continuous striving for excellence from a different angle.
My teacher and dance consultant is Joseph E. Hack, certified instructor in social, ballroom, and country-western dancing, Master Adjudicator, and professional dancer in Tucson, Arizona.
Let's talk about your challenges and goals!
Please contact Carna for a free phone consultation about using EFT for your peak performance in dancing.
To contact Joseph Hack call (520) 668-0600 in Tucson, AZ.
This case story explores in detail the fear of an accomplished Gold level ballroom dancer to step out there and be visible. Three EFT sessions with a practitioner made a difference.
Frequently asked questions about EFT and dancing
Recently, my instructor, Joe Hack, and I took part in a Pro/Am ballroom dance competition in Tucson, Arizona. And then it happened...
Supposedly more people are afraid of public speaking than of death. I don't believe this. Actually given the choice, most people would head for the podium, I am quite sure of that. However, it definitely shows how frightened most of us are of being seen or heard "out there." As a dancer, you might relate.
Want to "tap in" positive affirmations? Do this. It is based on John Diamond's (pre-EFT) book "Life Energy". He assigned certain characteristics to specific energy meridians, and the wording refers to that.
Does your anxiety level spike when you need to speak, act, sing, or dance in public? EFT to the rescue!
Recently, I re-read Elaine Aron’s groundbreaking book "The Highly Sensitive Person". Are you one?
All about EFT, including a comprehensive how-to manual as a free download.
Since EFT is such a wonderful method to work from aches to zits on everything, we sometimes forget its awesome spiritual context.
Most of us get angry once in a while - and then we feel guilty, especially if we are female. Here are some ways to handle it.
When you feel overwhelmed and don't know what words to use: Here is an emercency EFT protocol for stress relief.
Was your father absent in your childhood? If you are a woman, this may be the reason for several dilemmas in your professional life.
Men and women who had an absent father or a missing mother (physically or emotionally) in their childhood, often feel not good enough. EFT protocol for tapping on "I am not good enough". Continue working on your personal memories, emotions, and body sensations.
How bad are you really? What lurks in the dark corners of your mind? You will be surprised and rewarded when you actually go there...
Using creative imagination is a powerful tool for stress relief. Regain inner balance and emotional wellness by going to your "inner spa" and removing obstacles and barriers to your goals.
Building an inner sanctuary, a safe space where we can retreat in difficult times, is very helpful. It restores emotional balance and peace of mind. Find out what kind of imaginary environment is right for you.
A broken heart happens -sooner or later- to everybody, yet strangely enough, we tend to believe that other people have heaps of money, great careers, excellent health, and are blessed with devoted spouses and perfect children.
Meadows are old, undisturbed areas that harbor a great diversity of native plants and animals. It is the perfect place to relax. Just imagine one as your personal place of emotional wellness.
Everbody wants to have high self-esteem. It just makes life so much easier, doesn't it. So why is that goal often so elusive?