In this week's video blog you will learn how to set up a daily tapping routine. Just like daily flossing prevents the buildup of plaque, daily tapping prevents the buildup of stress and the health issues that come with chronic stress. This blog also includes a tap-a-long script for releasing anticipated stress before the day begins. Great for teachers, students or anyone who works in a stressful environment.
I usually end my day with some tapping. I like to tap right before bed so that I release the events of the day from my mind and gently coax both mind and body to be ready for sleep. It's a gentle way to wind down and I'll tell you, since I started this practice I rarely have trouble getting to sleep. Here is a tap-a-long to follow to release the day. It's pretty specific for teachers, but would work for anyone. It really does just invite the tapper to let go of everything tha
The night before school starts is traditionally a "no sleep" night for teachers and students. Friends have joked about their favourite ways to try to induce sleep: Nyquil, Gravol, wine, scotch, a martini, maybe two. All joking aside we do tend to toss and turn. And play the whole year ahead out in our dreams. Last year I specifically tapped on having a good night's sleep the night before school started. In fact I made a video and shared it with my teacher friends. This year I
We are not even back to school and I'm already feeling the back to school stress. I went into my classroom this week, but not enough to really feel prepared for Tuesday. Mind you, it doesn't matter how much I prepare, I never feel ready for the first day of school. Here is a Facebook Live video that I recorded to help me and my teacher friends reduce our back to school jitters. Tap along and relieve your stress!!