Tapping Circles

Self-Regulation Tapping Circles

We offer short and sweet Tapping Circles to support self-care and stress management.   No prior knowledge or experience is necessary.  All are welcome to drop in to give the nerve calming exercises a try.

By signing up below, you will receive access to the zoom links.  The Tapping Circles are not limited to the GT Community.  Spouses, parents, loved ones and are welcome as well.
<USG Benefits> We have a mailing list where we can send out last minute zoom link reminders.
<GT Benefits> We have a mailing list where we can send out calendar invites, and/or last minute zoom link reminders.
*Facilitators, schedules and system are subject to change.  Please check back often.


Current Tapping Circles

1st & 3rd Tuesdays @ Noon, with Melissa
> Sign up to join the Tuesday Tapping Circles here
More on Melissa: MelissaLesterLCSW.com
“Melissa is a patient teacher who works with her students to let them discover that they can help calm their bodies by holding/tapping on specific points on their heads, hands, and body. It feels so good to be in the tapping circles. I know that I feel much more relaxed after attending them.” – GT Staff
1st & 3rd Wednesdays @ Noon, with Annie
> Sign up to join Wednesday Tapping Circles here
More on Annie: anniemood.newzenler.com
2nd & 4th Fridays @ Noon, with Wendy
> Sign up to join Friday Tapping Circles here

More on Wendy:
Program Manager – Leadership Development & Culture@GT
1st & 3rd Thursdays with Mack Curtis
*Coming Soon!*

More on Mack:
Academic Assistant II – School of Mechanical Engineering@GT
Monthly Workshops, Grief Circles, Facilitator Mitsuko Ito
> Sign up to join USG Well-Being Monthly Friday Workshops here
More on Mitsuko:
ECE Well-Being Activator, Academic Program Coordinator (VIP Program / ECE) @GT

The better managed our stress, the better we function, the better we can serve and support our loved ones, community, and workplace…. the better our lives, and the better the world.  With such spirit, we are grateful for the generously donated time and energy from many practitioners and trainers, for offering to hold these safe space since 2020.  Previous facilitators from as early as 2020 can be found here.

Last updated 5/15/2024