Originally from France, Margot made Ireland her home in 1984 and went on to build a thriving homeopathic practice in Galway. She runs the Triskel Centre – a haven in Salthill for many strands of holistic healing.
A few years ago, she discovered the emerging branch of energy psychology known as EFT. Having experienced its benefits for herself, she started using it on her clients with amazing results. She travelled to Yorkshire and Boston where she studied under the guidance of EFT Masters and of Gary Craig, the Founder of EFT. She has since qualified as an Advanced Practitioner.
Both compassionate and astute, she sets her clients at ease and guides them safely to the heart of their issues. The aim of a consultation is to get total resolution with as little discomfort as possible. This paves the way her clients to choose healthier beliefs and attitudes for themselves, the final stage of the treatment. Hearty belly laughs are common place during her consultations! Margot makes extensive use of all aspects of EFT but has also developed her own style in parallel – where her sense of humour facilitates better healing. She still uses homeopathy which blends very harmoniously with EFT as both of these are types of energy medicine.
Margot has years of experience teaching in various fields, so the EFT school is a natural progression for her. From short ‘Discover EFT’ workshops, to Certified Level 2 courses, she is now giving workshops all over Ireland and abroad. She is also regularly invited to give talks and demonstrations on this life changing technique to support groups, and organizations such as the Rape Crisis Centre and The Massage Therapists of Ireland.
She is now offering the EFT foundation Training Course. This course is open to those seeking personal development as well as those wishing to become skilled EFT practitioners – a new venture born out of a lifetime’s passion for empowering people and making a difference.
Margot also founded the TIAM Project in Tanzania which trains native homeopaths to battle malaria and many other diseases. She divides her time between Ireland and the African nation where the TIAM – Tanzania Ireland Alternative Medicine Project – is going from strength to strength.