The Tapping Solution Foundation visited the Cheyenne River Lakota Sioux Tribe Reservation in South Dakota
The Tapping Solution Foundation joined the Hawkwing organization in this endeavor, which is a group of people committed to making a difference with a very neglected and impoverished population. The Cheyenne River Lakota Reservation is the poorest county in the United States with limited healthcare, a life expectancy of only age 48, 85% unemployment and an average annual income per person of only $2,926, according to the Hawkwing Foundation.
Dr. Maria Ortner provided EFT Tapping resources to the Reservation as part of a medical mission to support the Takini School (Grades K to 12th) Dr. Ortner and the others from the medical mission worked with students, parents, teachers, and community members during a week-long stay. The level of trauma in this community was high, including different layers of trauma such as historic, generational, family, and personal.
If you want to know more, please go to www.hawkwing.org and be part of helping our fellow Native Americans.
For more information on The Tapping Solution Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) charitable organization, and on how you too can implement Tapping in your schools, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visiting the Lakota Paint Ranch with team members and the owner of the ranch, Raymond Usem. This ranch is one of the few in the country that has wild horses.
We visited Takini School. Mrs. Kit Veit gave us a warm welcome and was delighted with our visit.
Dr. Ortner tapping with students in a first-grade class.
Ms. Judith Higgins is a first-grade teacher who taps herself but now she was very excited to have the tools to introduce tapping to her students.