Sandra S.

OVER 50 – Average to Lose

Pecs 1.5
Bust/Chest 0
Ribs 2
Waist 2
Abs 2.25
Hips 1
Right Upper Thigh 1.5
Left Upper Thigh 1
Right Lower Thigh 0
Left Lower Thigh 0.5
Right Calf 0.5
Left Calf 0.5
Right Upper Arm 1
Left Upper Arm 1
Total Inches Lost:  14.75


Essay:  Just a few days into the 2017 T-Tapp Challenge, a greater challenge developed when our 17 year-old son suffered a traumatic brain injury. We began praying for his life, then for recovery from surgeries, and now for rehabilitation.

I had gotten in five sessions of SATI and one of More before the injury. Four weeks lapsed before I was able to pick it back up. Then I was able to get in eleven sessions of More (usually with extra Hoe Downs to music….Staying Alive). I walked using T-Tapp technique. I took the stairs most of the time, but if I was in the elevator alone, I could get in one-half of a set of hoe downs between the first and third floor. I would often tuck butt and get ribs up while waiting to cross the street. I dry skin brushed almost daily as that was something I could do before showering that didn’t require a change of clothes/shoes and was less time consuming. I truly squeezed in moves throughout the day as I could.

My food intake was mostly meat, vegetables, fruit and…..some chocolate. I drank mostly water. I found the Perfect Greens Formula to be helpful and usually had two servings per day.

We are presently at an amazing rehabilitation hospital that specializes in Traumatic Brain Injury and Spinal Cord Injury. I have shared T-Tapp information with nurses and therapists who are intrigued with T-Tapp technique. I have no idea what my total inches lost are, as my original measurements are at home somewhere. But my clothes are loose and I feel better. T-Tapping through this time of trial has reduced stress for me and increased my stamina. I’m grateful for T-Tapp.