Tapping School – Rad Swierkowski

About Rad

Tapping School was founded by Rad Swierkowski. Rad is a professional EFT practitioner specializing in combining spiritual Psychology and lifestyle changes.

After working with dozens of media and sporting stars and ultra-high net worth individuals, he decided to refocus on people-powered concepts regarding lifestyle changes, releasing unprocessed emotions and well-being.

His approach to well-being, which he has developed over 15 years, is insanely effective and has allowed him to change lives all over the world.

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Holictic Approach

In his work, he uses a perfect blend of Psychology (reconstructing self-image, emotions, case studies, EFT) and lifestyle changes to help people with daily stress and anxiety, feeling of unworthiness and procrastination and make them feel more balanced and feel more beautiful than ever before.

The Story

It all started in Poznan, a beautiful city in western Poland where I spent the first 18 years of my life.
​If you are looking for a weekend break during the Winter or Summer, I strongly recommend it.
Here is a picture of the Old Square Market and Lake Malta, so you can see what it looks like.
I didn’t have much money so I spent a lot of my free time riding a bike, climbing a tree or swimming. It was here that I developed an affection for all things natural; trees, water, flowers etc.

Although I explored every corner of this beautiful city I felt that I needed to move on and explore other, bigger parts of the world. I travelled to Japan (Tokyo & Osaka), Spain (Barcelona) and France (Paris).

​It was my dream to settle down in Paris; build a home and a culinary career in one of the best most beautiful cities in the world. However, I was young and naive thinking that life was simplistic. It wasn’t. Within a week of arriving in Paris, I was homeless, destitute and struggling.

Whilst I was sleeping in a tube station, I woke up to begin my daily search for a job, I found 50 euros on the stairs. I used the money to buy a one – way bus ticket to London where I thought I would get a fairer shot at building my life.

Although it was a bumpy ride (I spent another week sleeping rough) I managed to connect with some friends in the city and get off the streets.

Before long, I was living with some friends in Archway and began working in a reputable restaurant in Central London. It was here that I started the process of self -discovery with regards to limiting beliefs and feeling of unworthiness.

My problem was my working hours; 16 hours, 6 days a week!

It was not long after that I decided that I needed a break so I booked a holiday to Spain where I was hoping to engage in a spot of surfing. It was the first time that I felt my life was back on track.

What I wasn’t aware of is that a nightmare was about to unfold.

I broke my leg.

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