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While most of us have been told that shaking and tremoring (along with many other spontaneous movements our body creates) are often signs of stress, fear, nervousness, weakness, movement errors, symptoms of something wrong, anxiety, panic, or PTSD, this natural reflex of tremoring and shaking can be used as an new creative access point that releases deep patterns of stress, muscular tension, and trauma.  Unlike many other movement therapies and training that often direct the body how to move, TRE provides you a new approach that involves listening and respond naturally.   Over time, this process can help you to develop a stronger and more integrated connection between your autonomic nervous system (ANS) and voluntary movement system -  together leading to better recovery, performance, healing, and overall movement freedom.  


This automatic self-care technique exists in all mammals and humans and is a natural process that most often have some familiarity with already.   Similar to the natural movements you use to perform a morning stretch upon waking, or the same intuitive wisdom your body may use to reposition itself during sleep to allow for more comfort and ease, TRE appears to work in a very similar way that helps you activate and tap into this mechanism that is part of your autonomic nervous system and gives you access to the steering wheel, gas, and brake pedal.  

TRE can be taught to individuals, children and adults, families, groups, teams, classes, and businesses, and is a personalized self-care tool that can be experienced once and used for a lifetime.  It is a strategy for symptom management, recovery, improved performance, and preventative health.


Science continues to demonstrate how stress, unhealed injuries, neurodevelopmental problems, movement imbalances, and functional disconnections in the brain regions can lead to not just chronic physical health condition, but also behavioral learning problems and mental health issues.  Even though TRE is not a replacement for talk therapy or therapeutic/medical intervention, it's easy to learn technique makes it a wonderful complementary technique for many that wish to take part in a more holistic-based approach with their wellness training.  In addition, TRE due to its ability to provide a new pathways for autonomic nervous system regulation, can even help boost the effectiveness of interventions being used for self-management, healing, recovery, movement training, and performance enhancement.  













































Letters TRE on wooden blocks. Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises therapy treatment con

A New Movement Towards Self-Healing, Recovery, and Performance Training  

With permission from Richard Health/TRE Australia 

What Are People Experiencing and What Are The Benefits of TRE?


  • Better Management of Stress and Physical Discomfort with it's ability to work more holistically and with multiple levels of the body simultaneously this helps the body recovery, reconnect easier though movement, and heal more naturally

  • Clearer Mind States for accessing creativity and enhancing focus through the quieting of noisy physical symptoms, muscular stress, and tension 

  • Optimizing Performance by reducing recovery times, improving heart-rate reserve, enhancing performance under pressure, and increasing problem solving skills.

  • Rebalancing of the Neuromyofascial System below level of conscious awareness that helps you identify and address areas of tissue restrictions that make moving challenging and reorganize fascial tone in more natural ways that leave you feeling greater connection

  • Supportive Recovery following traumatic and stressful events such as car accidents, natural disasters, giving birth, or loss of loved one

  • Building Resilience by down-regulating the nervous system, switching off hypervigilance, and allowing more flexibility with unexpected situations and life style change

  • Strengthening Self-Regulation by developing greater awareness and capacity to work with and manage the body physical and emotional responses to stress and unforeseen challenges

  • Assisting with Other Approaches and Therapies such as counseling, cognitive-based therapies, sports training, mindfulness, bodywork, rehabilitation programs, and other movement arts like Yoga and Pilates

  • Improving Relationships by shifting the nervous system towards more safe, supported, secure, and relational states

  • Creativity that comes from accessing your own "flow" states and a more true form of your body's own unique self-expression through movement

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