Sat, May 22 | The Peace Place

TRE® (Tension/Trauma Releasing Exercises) Workshop

This class is for those that have learned the TRE® method and want to experience deeper patterns of release and relaxation.
TRE® (Tension/Trauma Releasing Exercises) Workshop

Time & Location

May 22, 1:00 PM – 3:00 PM
The Peace Place, 2841 Barrett Station Rd, Ballwin, MO 63021, USA

About the Event

This class is for those that have learned the TRE® method and want to experience deeper patterns of release and relaxation. We will go through the series of exercises you learned  during your introduction to TRE and spend the majority of the class tremoring.  Each individual's experience is unique and you'll be able to go at your own pace. You'll have time for integration, reflection and questions about the process and how it relates to you and your life experiences! 

Complete your registration for this class via the 'Tickets' link.  Please note,  a minimum of 4 people must be registered to conduct the workshop.  If you would prefer another payment method, message me to ensure your spot will be secured! 

Investment of $50 includes reference materials.

Please complete your registration to secure your reservation.  If you would prefer an alternate payment method, please contact me to make arrangements.

Please note: A minimum of 4 registered participants is required to conduct the workshop.

We'll be outside! Dress for the weather; In case of rain, reschedule date TBD

For the workshop: 

*Wear comfortable, loose fitting clothing & bring a yoga mat 

TRE® is a safe and effective stress release technique for most people. The TRE process should not be used as a substitute for trauma recovery procedures of a medical or psychological nature. Individuals who have physical or psychological/psychiatric conditions that require strict regulation, individuals with fragile psychological defenses, a complex history of trauma or restricting physical or medical limitations MUST consult their medical practitioner prior to performing these exercises.  In addition, while there is no research evidence yet to suggest either safety or risk of deliberately invoking neurogenic tremors during pregnancy, the global TRE policy is that we are unable to recommend women perform TRE while they are pregnant. As medical guidelines recommend pregnant women continue whatever exercise they have been doing prior to becoming pregnant learning TRE before pregnancy is recommended should you wish to continue it during pregnancy. 

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