Tapping On The Door of Well-Being: Using Energy Pathways for Healing

Posted on: October 2, 2018

Saturday, October 27th, 9:00am – 12pm

With Shayn Smith

Our energy body stores and reveals all that is going on inside. It grabs our attention through physical pain, emotional hurt, and mental confusion. These signs are a result of blocks in our energy body. Rapid relief is as close as our fingertips. What if we could gently tap on our body to release stress, anxiety, and physical discomforts?

In this practical workshop, Shayn introduces us to the doors of our various energy pathways. He will share natural techniques shown to dissipate energetic blocks and show how to enhance your body’s own inner healing ability. You will learn the combination of tapping sequences that easily unlock and release trapped energy.

This information can benefit personal and family needs, healers, caretakers, massage therapists, and alternative and complementary health workers.

Drawn primarily from the pioneering discoveries of Dr. Roger Callahan, founder of Thought Field Therapy and grandfather of energy tapping, this workshop will give simple and effective ways to open the doors to your well-being.

Shayn Smith is a trained and certified energy healer in private practice in Louisville, Colorado.


In the early 1970s he wrote college papers on the power of healings and positive thinking in his Hinduism, Buddhism, and religion classes and started performing healing sessions on others.

Shayn has a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology and Counseling from the University of Colorado at Boulder and is Past-President of the Colorado Counseling Association.

Public: $45 ; Caritas Members: $35


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