Brave EFTers battle the elements

March 1 2009: Fifteen determined trainees made their way through some of the worst weather in recent times to attend Jenny Cox’s Level 2 EFT training session at the beginning of February.

Despite severe weather warnings they braved snow storms to travel from all parts of the UK to complete their training in Milton Keynes.

“The course focused on overcoming fears, so it was particularly appropriate at a time when the country was gripped by fear brought on by the snow and ice,” Jenny said. “The students should be very proud of their efforts.”

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For some the journey was a true test of endurance. Trainee Julia Reid said: “After digging my car out of the driveway, which was eight inches deep with ice-capped snow, I drove thinking ‘I just hope this course is worth it! I can honestly say the both the course and the wonderful group of people I met made the whole experience unmissable!”

Another trainee, Glad Bartram, added: “Jenny and Alan give 100% of their time to help all the students. I enjoyed EFT Level 1 so much I been adapting it with my stone aromatherapy.

“When I heard about the Level 2 EFT course, nothing would get in my way. The knowledge I gained has boosted my confidence and I can now face my own fears, which had stopped me from achieving some of my goals.”

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