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I’m Sarah Tobin and welcome to the Tapping into podcast. The place to explore a whole host of different, natural, alternative and spiritual ways to change your life. My goal is to support you on your healing journey, whether you are planning to become a mother, or already have children. Motherhood can often leave us feeling we don’t know who we are anymore, and this is the space to explore how rock bottoms can often lead to the greatest joys. So get ready to come on a journey with me and enjoy!

Tapping into...with Sarah Tobin Sarah Tobin

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 31 Ratings

I’m Sarah Tobin and welcome to the Tapping into podcast. The place to explore a whole host of different, natural, alternative and spiritual ways to change your life. My goal is to support you on your healing journey, whether you are planning to become a mother, or already have children. Motherhood can often leave us feeling we don’t know who we are anymore, and this is the space to explore how rock bottoms can often lead to the greatest joys. So get ready to come on a journey with me and enjoy!

    Season 4 Trailer - Tapping into with Sarah Tobin

    Season 4 Trailer - Tapping into with Sarah Tobin

    We're back with the Tapping into Podcast - Season 4! I'm excited to share these conversations with you as always. I get such a kick out of connecting and chatting with my guests, learning about their stories of transformation and discovering how they did it.

    As always we will be exploring a variety of different spiritual, alternative and natural ways to heal your life. In this season we tap into not just healing modalities but common emotions and areas of trauma that affect so many of us. By looking at emotions, traumas or phases of our lives we can learn more about ourselves and also the different ways we can go about releasing those particular energies. Remember emotions are just energy in motion.

    Some of the subjects that we will explore are shame with Natalie Lee, birth, sex and death with Emma Cannon, Ayurveda with Puja Vashisht, burnout with Flic Taylor, rituals with Emily Quinton, flower essences with Saskia, Embodiment with Rebecca Campbell, and Breathwork and cold water with Niall O’Muchu.

    I’m so thrilled to bring you these wonderful conversations with fantastic people, I really hope you enjoy Season 4 – and do check out my other three seasons too if you haven’t done so already. If you enjoy these conversations please do subscribe, follow and share with anyone who you think might benefit. Thanks for listening, I really appreciate it.  Enjoy!

    About Sarah:Sarah is an Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or Tapping Practitioner and Trainer based in the UK but originally from Dublin, Ireland. After the loss of her daughter Alice, in November 2014, suffering from severe PTSD and anxiety, she became pregnant again. This led her to seek help from a local EFT Practitioner. This technique completely transformed her life and she is now dedicated to supporting as many people as possible to let go of their trauma, grief, limiting beliefs and negative emotions, so they can live a heart-based, joy-filled life.Sarah has a thriving Tapping into Motherhood Membership + Community with members all over the world - the doors are open right now. Find out more here>

    Take her 'Motherhood Self-Care Toolkit Quiz' to find out which part of your life needs some self-care attention. Take the Quiz>

    She runs retreats, works with clients 1:1 and is also a Trainer, teaching people to become EFT Practitioners.Find out more at her at www.tappingformums.com  or follow her at www.instagram.com/sarah_tobin

    • 5 min
    S4: E1 - Tapping into Shame with Natalie Lee

    S4: E1 - Tapping into Shame with Natalie Lee

    Welcome to Season 4 Episode 1!

    In this week's episode, I chat with Natalie Lee, a content creator, author, podcast host and public speaker on a liberating road of disruption to challenge and help you shed your shame.

    Following childhood trauma, Natalie was conditioned to view her body, sex and herself in a certain way which led to her not feeling complete and shameful. Natalie talks to us today about her powerful journey to pleasure and self-acceptance as we discuss the book she has written, Feeling Myself. I make no secret about how much I love this book and how I think it's a must-read for all women. Natalie shares with us about subjects that we possibly do not normally talk about with our friends and loved ones. We talk about the importance of questioning our own views around sex and how we can break any negative cycles we hold as well as how we can have important conversations about sexuality and sex within our households. This is a conversation that I know is going to have an impact.

    Key takeaways:


    Therapy can be hugely powerful in your healing journey
    It was important to consider how her experience had conditioned her and how she could start to make better choices
    Sex can be pleasurable
    She introduces us to ethical porn from a female gaze by creator Erika Lust
    Women don’t connect with masturbation because they are told it's shameful and dirty
    How masturbation can be free and pleasurable and teach us so much about our own bodies
    Women have been conditioned to act as foot soldiers of misogynists and we need to be aware and break free from this
    People often assume that the default sexuality is heterosexuality
    How can we have conversations about sex and sexuality in our household to raise awareness within our family

     

    About Natalie:

    Natalie Lee began started her blog, Style Me Sunday, in July 2012. It began as a fashion blog but soon evolved as she changed and started to open up about other things like body confidence, mental health and her healing process. For a decade she has grown her platform from a blog to a brand, and now reaches women across various different mediums. Her book ‘Feeling Myself’ is available to buy now.

    You can find out more about Natalie by:

    Visit her website: www.stylemesunday.co.uk

    Check out Instagram: www.instagram.com/stylemesunday

    About Sarah: Sarah is an Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or Tapping Practitioner and Trainer based in the UK but originally from Dublin, Ireland. After the loss of her daughter Alice, in November 2014, suffering from severe PTSD and anxiety, she became pregnant again. This led her to seek help from a local EFT Practitioner. This technique completely transformed her life and she is now dedicated to supporting as many people as possible to let go of their trauma, grief, limiting beliefs and negative emotions, so they can live a heart-based, joy-filled life. Sarah has a thriving Tapping into Motherhood Membership + Community with members all over the world - the doors are open right now. Find out more here>

    Take her 'Motherhood Self-Care Toolkit Quiz' to find out which part of your life needs some self-care attention. Take the Quiz>

    She runs retreats, works with clients 1:1 and is also a Trainer, teaching people to become EFT Practitioners. Find out more at her at www.tappingformums.com  or follow her at www.instagram.com/sarah_tobin

    • 1 hr 12 min
    S4: E2 - Tapping into Birth, Sex + Death with Emma Cannon

    S4: E2 - Tapping into Birth, Sex + Death with Emma Cannon

    In this week’s episode, I chat with Emma Cannon, a fertility and women’s health expert. Emma supports couples on their path to parenthood and bridges the gap between western medicine and complementary therapies.

    In this conversation with Emma, we weave many themes that I know will be so powerful for you to hear. She takes us on her own journey of sitting with Ram Dass in the 90’s and how this opened up the path that she is still on today. We discuss the impact of childhood sexual trauma and how this was not fully healed until many years later during a powerful experience that I can’t wait for you to hear about. Emma is so generous with her knowledge about not only fertility and the cycle of life but also in giving us hope around the shadow and light in life and how working with both can lead to deep healing.

    Key takeaways:


    We hear Emma’s thoughts on the journey of life including pre-birth, birth, sex and death
    Learning to find her gift was something she was taught at a young age by her Father
    Comparing yourself to others isn’t helpful at all, you can only be yourself
    There are links between our beliefs, trauma and fertility
    We have to find a way to create safety within ourselves
    Healing ancestral trauma and shame is vital for us to move forward
    As women, we are deeply impacted by patriarchal views

    I hope you enjoy this conversation and take away so much from it. I could have kept talking to Emma for hours!

    Resources:Compassionate Inquiry method - Gabor MateDr Joe Dispenza - any of his books, meditations, podcast chats or YouTube videos Emma's Poem about Medicine Woman read here>Book: As the birds land - Laura Beckingham buy here> 

    About Emma:

    Emma Cannon is a fertility and women’s health expert, registered acupuncturist, founder of the Emma Cannon Clinic, and a mentor and speaker. For over 25 years, she has supported individuals and couples on the path to becoming parents. Bridging the gap between western medicine and the world of complementary therapies, Emma combines the best of modern research, treatments and diagnostics with holistic therapies and spiritual practices to yield effective results for each individual.

    Emma is the author of five books including the best-selling The Baby Making Bible. Her fifth book, FERTILE, was published by Vermillion in March 2017. She holds a Bachelor of Science and is a member of the British Acupuncture Council and The College of Medicine. She has attended training with The Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology in The Management and Treatment of Infertility.

    Website: www.youarethemedicine.co.uk Buy the Medicine Card deck - www.youarethemedicine.co.uk/you-are-the-medicine-card-deck-emma-cannonEnrol on Emma's Medicine Women Mentorship - https://medicine-women-mentorship.mykajabi.com/Take the free Find Your Element Quiz - www.youarethemedicine.co.uk/find-your-medicine

    Ted Talk: It’s about time we valued being fertile https://youtu.be/cx0Z7RIt3tQ

    Instagram www.instagram.com/emmalcannon 

    About Sarah:

    Sarah is an Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or Tapping Practitioner and Trainer based in the UK but originally from Dublin, Ireland. After the loss of her daughter Alice, in November 2014, suffering from severe PTSD and anxiety, she became pregnant again. This led her to seek help from a local EFT Practitioner. This technique completely transformed her life and she is now dedicated to supporting as many people as possible to let go of their trauma, grief, limiting beliefs and negative emotions, so they can live a heart-based, joy-filled life.

    Sarah has a thriving Tapping into Motherhood Membership + Community with members all over the world - the doors are open right now. Find out more here>

    Take her 'Motherhood Self-Care Toolkit Quiz' to find out which part of your life needs some self-care attention. Take the Quiz>

    She runs retreats, works with clients 1:1 and is also a Trainer, teaching people to become EFT Practitioners (more here>).

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    • 1 hr 30 min
    S4: E3 - Tapping into Ayurveda with Puja Veda

    S4: E3 - Tapping into Ayurveda with Puja Veda

    In this week’s episode, I chat with Puja who is an Ayurvedic Practitioner. She aims to empower people to find their way to their healthiest selves using Ayurveda.

    Puja gives great insight into what Ayurveda is and how it can support our system from a body, mind and emotional perspective. We hear of Puja’s journey to becoming an ayurvedic practitioner and how interwoven her Mother was in that learning. We discuss Vedic science, the doshas and the importance of finding a practitioner with the correct knowledge. Puja shares a number of practical tips around getting started with Ayurvedic practices that will have such a positive impact on your life without needing a depth of knowledge. I just know that the wisdom shared in this episode will have such a powerful impact.

    Key takeaways:


    Ayurveda is a holistic system looking at food, body and the emotions
    It is highly tailored to the individual
    We don’t use Ayurveda instead of Western medicine but we use it in a complementary way
    We learn how disease manifests and that disease has an emotional element
    Digestion is key to health
    There are clear indicators to show that you are out of balance

    I hope you enjoy this conversation and take away so much from it - I've been drinking my hot water in the morning every day since!!

    About Puja:

    Puja is an Ayurvedic Practitioner and Yoga teacher who empowers people to find their way to their healthiest selves. After years in the corporate world of finance, Puja started her Ayurveda training in 2018. She now works to alleviate other people’s suffering if possible and spread the world of Ayurveda, authentically without diluting it. You can download “The Insider Guide Intro to Ayurveda” for FREE by going to her website.

    Website: https://pujaveda.com/

    Instagram: www.instagram.com/wellnesscoach_pujaveda/

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pujaveda20 

    About Sarah:

    Sarah is an Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or Tapping Practitioner and Trainer based in the UK but originally from Dublin, Ireland. After the loss of her daughter Alice, in November 2014, suffering from severe PTSD and anxiety, she became pregnant again. This led her to seek help from a local EFT Practitioner. This technique completely transformed her life and she is now dedicated to supporting as many people as possible to let go of their trauma, grief, limiting beliefs and negative emotions, so they can live a heart-based, joy-filled life.

    Sarah has a thriving Tapping into Motherhood Membership + Community with members all over the world - the doors are open right now. Find out more here>

    Take her 'Motherhood Self-Care Toolkit Quiz' to find out which part of your life needs some self-care attention. Take the Quiz>

    She runs retreats, works with clients 1:1 and is also a Trainer, teaching people to become EFT Practitioners.

    Find out more at her at www.tappingformums.com  or follow her at www.instagram.com/sarah_tobin

    • 1 hr 6 min
    S4: E4 Tapping into Burnout with Flic Taylor

    S4: E4 Tapping into Burnout with Flic Taylor

    In this week’s episode, I chat with Flic Taylor who is a freelance writer talking about mental health, wellbeing, and burnout. She aims to educate people about burnout through her blog relating to her experience and her recovery.

    Flic’s experience is so powerful as she shares with us how as a mental health writer she completely missed the signs of her own burnout until being shocked into realising the depth of her burnout by a health practitioner. We discuss how burnout has become common in key worker roles over the past two roles and the concept of burnout becoming more understood due to its prevalence. We also consider how the pervasive nature of burnout can creep up on us when we do not expect it. We cover issues such as the impact of the lack of sleep, poor boundaries and numbing ourselves rather than nourishing ourselves. Flic shares with us the key signs of burnout so be sure to listen to the whole episode to see if you are also experiencing burnout.

    Key takeaways:


    It is possible to burn out doing something that you love and adore
    Burnout can creep up on you and you miss the signs
    There is a difference between stress and burnout
    Being in service does not need to equal sacrifice
    It is necessary to nourish yourself instead of numbing yourself

    I hope you enjoy this conversation and take away so much from it.

     

    About Flic:

    Flic Taylor is a freelance writer talking about mental health, wellbeing, and burnout.

    With a background in hospital play therapy and being a mum to two teen boys, Flic brings a unique perspective to spark the much-needed everyday burnout conversations we all need right now.

    Her passion for burnout arose when she found herself as a mental health writer struggling with extreme burnout - yes, the irony is not lost on her! This led Flic to blog candidly, sharing her experiences and recovery.

    Flic went on to host three seasons of the Everyday Burnout Conversations Podcast - an honest podcast that shares the everyday burnout stories of others from all walks of life as they tackle or avoid burnout by prioritizing their mental health and wellbeing.

    Want to discover more about Flic?

    Find Flic on social media @flictaylorwrites

    Check out her burnout blog at flictaylor.com

    Listen to the Everyday Burnout Conversation Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or your favourite podcast platform.

    About Sarah:

    Sarah is an Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or Tapping Practitioner and Trainer based in the UK but originally from Dublin, Ireland. After the loss of her daughter Alice, in November 2014, suffering from severe PTSD and anxiety, she became pregnant again. This led her to seek help from a local EFT Practitioner. This technique completely transformed her life and she is now dedicated to supporting as many people as possible to let go of their trauma, grief, limiting beliefs and negative emotions, so they can live a heart-based, joy-filled life.

    Sarah has a thriving Tapping into Motherhood Membership + Community with members all over the world - the doors are open right now. Find out more here>

    Take her 'Motherhood Self-Care Toolkit Quiz' to find out which part of your life needs some self-care attention. Take the Quiz>

    She runs retreats, works with clients 1:1 and is also a Trainer, teaching people to become EFT Practitioners.

    Find out more at her at www.tappingformums.com  or follow her at www.instagram.com/sarah_tobin

    • 1 hr 16 min
    S4: E5 - Tapping into Flower Essences with Saskia Marjoram

    S4: E5 - Tapping into Flower Essences with Saskia Marjoram

    In this week’s episode, I chat with Saskia Marjoram who is the creator of Saskia’s Flower Essences.

    Through her flower essences, Saskia helps people to shift a range of emotional states and behaviours. I am so excited to share the conversation with you as I have been using Saskia’s flower essences both myself and with my boys for a while now.

    Saskia has been working with flower essences for over 15 years after her and friend decided to develop their own flower essence range. They had been using flower essences from an Australian brand but with Saskia’s history with flowers she realised that she wanted to know exactly what the flowers were rather than an ingredient that wasn’t common in the UK. This was how her new product was born.

    You can hear us talk about the history of flower essences starting with indigenous uses through to Dr Bach packaging flower essences in the 1930’s. We discuss the energetic frequencies of flowers and their properties and how you can know if they are working for you. We also talk about the benefits for both children and adults. Saskia also shares with us how to dowse which can be so helpful in choosing which combination of essences you want to use.

    Key takeaways:


    The essence is the vibration of the plant held in liquid. It can change your internal frequency
    With the right flower essence, change can happen really quickly, especially with children
    Flower essences do not need to be used on their own, they work really well alongside other modalities
    If you are looking to start using flower essences the combination essences are a really good place to begin
    Taking flower essences is different to taking medicine, it’s much more like having a relationship with that plant.

    Saskia has kindly given listeners of the podcast a 10% discount code so if you type TAPPING at checkout you can benefit from this.

    I hope you enjoy this conversation and take away so much from it.

    About Saskia: Saskia has been working with flowers at different levels for her whole life. As a professional gardener for more than 30 years, and florist to HRH Prince of Wales for many years she started making flower essences in 2003 with her friend and business partner for a long time after they discovered how incredibly effective and simple they are to make and desperately needed them for themselves and their families. She is continually fascinated by how plants and humans interact and the wisdom they have to share with us. Her deep love, friendship and knowledge of the flowers have continued to grow as she discovers just how powerfully their energy affects and interacts with us.Want to discover more about Saskia?Follow Saskia here www.instagram.com/saskiasessences/ Buy her essences here https://www.saskiasfloweressences.com/ Find her on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100057582012745

    About Sarah:

    Sarah is an Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) or Tapping Practitioner and Trainer based in the UK but originally from Dublin, Ireland. After the loss of her daughter Alice, in November 2014, suffering from severe PTSD and anxiety, she became pregnant again. This led her to seek help from a local EFT Practitioner. This technique completely transformed her life and she is now dedicated to supporting as many people as possible to let go of their trauma, grief, limiting beliefs and negative emotions, so they can live a heart-based, joy-filled life.

    Sarah has a thriving Tapping into Motherhood Membership + Community with members all over the world - the doors are open right now. Find out more here>

    Take her 'Motherhood Self-Care Toolkit Quiz' to find out which part of your life needs some self-care attention. Take the Quiz>

    She runs retreats, works with clients 1:1 and is also a Trainer, teaching people to become EFT Practitioners.

    Find out more at her at www.tappingformums.com  or follow her at www.instagram.com/sarah_tobin

    • 1 hr 1 min

Customer Reviews

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31 Ratings

Gracie789*** ,

Niall - Breathwork - so inspired!

Thank you for the gift of this episode. So so much wonderfulness in it. Lovely to hear from a man, father in the form of Niall. So many lovely ideas and interesting conversations in this episode. Sarah I truly adore your podcast I look forward to it every Monday!

SunnysideInside ,

Tapping with Dr Peta Stapleton

I felt so inspired by the episode! Thank you!! I am devouring all things EFT as I am hoping to do a practitioner course with you later this year! There were so many take aways from this episode, I can to keep pausing it to try and absorb the information! I’ve always known it works after using it myself for over a decade, to hear about all of this evidence is so inspiring! I ordered one of Dr Petra’s book while listening to it! I feel like we need to spread the word about EFT and again I want to thank you Sarah for all your amazing work and the podcast is brilliant!

Rebecca R0ss ,

Top of my podcast list!

Wow, more brilliant chats and insightful guests joining Sarah for season 3. Have loved finding all about home design today whilst sat soaking up some spring sunshine in the garden. @rebeccarossphoto

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