Emotional Freedom Techniques for the Modern Musician

Feel more at ease in your musical practice and life

Learn life-changing tools you can use IMMEDIATELY    


  • Learn HOW to process stressful situations you face as a musician in the moment.

  • Consistently calm your inner criticism and comparison to others

  • Develop self-compassion by understanding of your "bad" habits and how to shift them

  • ​Experience techniques that work gently with deeper sources of stress and anxiety

  • ​Improve your communication with your colleagues, family and your inner self.


"As a mental health therapist of over 20 years and having studied with the founder of EFT tapping, along with other masters in the field, I highly recommend Evan's work for his depth of presence, skill and capacity for healing and transformation."

Marie, LMSW


  • Find yourself doom-scrolling and comparing your success to others

  • ​Feel like everyone has it "figured out" except you

  • Feel you have to be part of "hustle culture" to survive

  • ​Feel sadness or shame when you see your peers succeed 

  • ​Try to ignore your negative emotions, thinking they'll resolve on their own with time

  • ​Are ready to connect with yourself and your music on a deeper level

From Participants 

"This has been an incredibly powerful and mind opening session! Thank you both SO much for your wisdom and time."

"Soo relaxed after this - I am always running - at least in my head of everything I need to be doing … thank you!"

"brought me to a place where I can genuinely motivate and inspire my practice from a love of music… It’s changed my experience about being in a jam and playing with others- I can hear, laugh, and appreciate what’s going on around me so much more"


Stress and self-judgment have become normalized for musicians...

... but that doesn't mean they are healthy, or necessary!

Did you know that even many of your heroes in music experience stress, comparison and self judgment? 

You're NOT the only one in the room (or Instagram) who questions your abilities, social skills, if you're doing enough to advance your career, or are good enough to even be attempting this profession.

Most of us have learned to put on a good 'professional' mask, and need to project the sense of having-it-all-together to appear hirable and desirable. 

This can be incredibly stressful and isolating. 

This stress gets stored in our bodies and normalized as part of the 'hustle.' 

Musicians rarely talk about our emotional challenges, and if we do, there are rarely good solutions.  

Our mission is to equip you with techniques that address the specific emotional challenges musicians face, and the unique way we experience them. 

Even if you currently work with therapy (which this class is not a substitute for) you will find powerful distinctions in this approach to emotional work that embraces your nature as a creative, artistic person. 

"Practicing harder" is NOT the answer

You need to learn and apply the fundamental skills of emotional work, just as you learned them with music. 

Learn these essential skills in this workshop and get 24/7 access to the recording and exercises. 


Evan, you and Chris were able to successfully bring me through the whole "motivation by fear/feeling not good enough" thing- super grateful to the two of you for that 🙏

- Austin

Your Workshop Hosts

Evan Gregor Bassist, Certified EFT Practitioner

Evan is a certified Clinical EFT facilitator with over 7 years of experience working with individuals 1-on-1 and in groups using a variety of emotional work techniques. His unique approach focuses on our relationship with ourselves and cultivating compassion, rather than trying to fix or get rid of ‘negative’ emotions.

His professional life as a New York City based, internationally touring and recording jazz bassist gives him a unique skill set of deep listening, supporting and improvising as well as dealing with a stressful lifestyle and competitive career.

Testimonials from clients have credited working with Evan as playing a major role in getting of debt, finding their first relationship, overcoming a fear of flying and much more. You can see more of his work on his YouTube channel, "Inner Work with Evan" or on Brad Yates’ show Get Ready.

"My first 1 hour session was one of the most valuable hours of my life…”

Christian Howes Violinist, Educator & Coach

Violinist, educator and composer, Christian Howes was voted #1 in the Downbeat Critics Poll (“Rising Stars/Violin”), named among the top three jazz violinists in the JazzTimes critics poll, and nominated for Violinist of the Year by the Jazz Journalist Association.

 He received the Residency Partner Award through Chamber Music America, earned a USArtists grant through the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation, and was invited by the U.S. State department to teach and perform as a cultural ambassador twice, in Ukraine and Montenegro.

Howes is the founder of “Creative Strings“, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with a mission to expand music education through the creation of online curriculum, conferences, and visits to schools teaching improvisation, contemporary styles, and related subjects.

The 1st time I ever had $10,000 in the bank..

"The first time I ever had $10,000 in the bank ​was after going bankrupt. Through G’s guidance ​and applying what he taught  in a very short time, I had $10,000 in the bank. But way more valuable than the material increase is the increase in confidence, peace and fun.I loved this so much, I became a Certified Facilitator of Inner Reconciliation and now I am helping others have the same experience."

John - New York

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