Wildflower can help you
tune up your patience,
make your best better and
turn chaos into calm.
She can also help your
little one build calm. Really!
EFT, Emotional Freedom Techniques, also known as Tapping
is a simple self-help tool that brings relaxation and relief around emotional issues that can keep you stuck and hold you back in effectively parenting your little one. By gently tapping on acupuncture points while being aware of thoughts and feelings that you'd like to change, negative patterns are released, bringing comfort and ease to challenging moments. Yes, even whining, biting, tantrums and not sleeping through the night can seem like a breeze. Here's the magic, the more calm you are around those challenging behaviours, the less they tend to happen. Presto! Try a little tapping for some Big Calm.
Tapping is also a great tool to help little ones
shift out of big feelings, with practice easy peasy.
EFT, Emotional Freedom Techniques, Tapping
has helped Wildflower make big changes in her own life, providing big calm in some really stressful situations.
She delights in the presence of little ones and
they reflect that delight right back at her.
She enjoys supporting families working through
the challenges of growing up little ones and
she makes the best playdough ever!
Wildflower is an Accredited Certified Emotional Freedom Techniques Practitioner with EFT International/the Association for
Advancement of Meridian Energy Techniques, AAMET.
She completed her certification with Alina Frank of
the EFT Tapping Training Institute.
She is a Certified Early Childhood Educator,
a Certified Infant Massage Instructor,
a Certified Parent-Child Mother Goose Teacher and
a Certified Kripalu (Compassion) Yoga Teacher.
Email Wildflower to book a free 20 minute discovery session to see how EFT Tapping can help you and your little one.
"Thank you Wildflower for providing a safe space for me
to explore... I know there is an emotional boost to people
when we get to practice in your class. I think
we all feel respected and feel respectful of ourselves in return."
"Wildflower, in your gentle way and with great patience you have inspired me to find a practice that has
helped so much in recovering my mobility and strength.." ~ Beth