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Introduction To Modern Energy @ The View Hotel, Eastbourne
The 7th European EFT & Energy Conference is being staged for the first time at The View Hotel (formerly The Eastbourne Centre) in Eastbourne on November 1st-2nd, 2014.
Over 150 professional delegates from around the world will be converging on Eastbourne, which is the home of The AMT, Europe's premier modern energy association.
Modern energy work, which has taken the world by storm since its inception in the late 1980s, is the new and dynamic answer to performance improvement, emotional problems and stress related illness.
Featuring groundbreaking techniques such as Positive EFT, Energy EFT, EMO (Energy In Motion), Project Sanctuary and Matrix Reimprinting, the presenters and delegates will be sharing the latest research results, methods and patterns.
This talk represents the perfect opportunity for the Eastbourne community to find out what modern energism is all about, what's in it for you and meet some of the top presenters and energists attending the conference.
The presentation will be friendly, informal and everyone is welcome to attend. No previous knowledge or experience of energy work is required. Take this opportunity to mingle with the world's most advanced energists right here in Eastbourne!
Silvia Hartmann is the developer and primary designer of Positive EFT, Energy EFT, EMO, Project Sanctuary and Events Psychology, as well as an internationally renowned author, researcher, and international lecturer. Hartmann has also lived and worked in Eastbourne since 1978.
The Association For Meridian & Energy Therapies (AMT) has been based in Eastbourne since its inception in 1998, and we are extremely proud to be bringing this internationally recognised conference home!
Alongside Hartmann there will be 20 other world-renowned energists speaking at the conference, including the East Sussex-based pair of Sam Thorpe and Susan Kennard and Staffordshire University lecturers Dr Elizabeth Boath and Prof Tony Stewart.
The Eastbourne Centre (The View Hotel) is located on Eastbourne's historic seafront, a short distance from the town's iconic pier.
Address for the venue: The View Hotel, Grand Parade, Eastbourne, East Sussex, BN21 4DN