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Tapping into new skills
Ever heard of Emotional Freedom Tap-
You can learn at a conference about
it on November 16-18 at Taitamariki
Hall, Auburn St, Takapuna.
Leading EFT experts from around
New Zealand and overseas share their
knowledge with tapping enthusiasts.
Emotional Freedom Tapping is a
development in the field of modern
psychology, organiser Liz Hart says.
It uses traditional Chinese meridi-
ans and gentle attention to create
greater peace and deeper understand-
ing of emotional issues.
The keynote speaker is Deepak
Mostert, founder of charity TREST-Aid
(trestaid.com), an international
trauma relief agency for natural disas-
ter zones using EFT.
He will teach an advanced workshop
Trauma Awareness and Trauma
Elimination on November 18 at
Taitamariki Hall from 6pm-9.30pm.
Entry is by koha to TREST-Aid.
Pre-registration for the conference is
required by November 12.
Contact Liz Hart on 09 410 5200,
email@example.com or eftassociation.co.nz
Folk aim to have fun
Tamlin time: A rousing recital is expected
at the East Coast Folk Club on November 2.
Tamlin s mix of dance tunes and songs
from the British Isles to the Balkans
and the United States to New Zealand
feature at the East Coast Folk Club on
Their approach is about not being
confined to any particular style or
genre. Driving rhythm and a lot of
good fun is their aim.
Greg and Linda Whitcombe are the
mainstays -- they formed Tamlin 10
years ago. Jack Bramah is a Jack of all
musical trades and the most recent
addition is Cameron Bennett who
sings, provides guitar backing and
injects a touch of Americana through
the dobro slide guitar .
Tamlin will be preceded by club
singers in the first half.
The club meets in the Torbay Senior
Citizens Social Centre, behind the
main Torbay shops at 37 Watea Rd, on
the first Friday of the month at 8pm.
Admission $7, $5 college students
and $5 performers.
Contact Bob Uhe on 09 426 3588,
firstname.lastname@example.org or Judith Moore,
09 427 5728, email@example.com
or visit eastcoastfolkclub.multiply.com
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