TRE For Individuals
What is TRE? TRE is a simple technique that unlocks the health benefits of your body's spontaneous movements through a natural tremoring process. You evoke movements generated by your body's reflex system that help the body recover, de-stress, and calm itself when needed.
TRE is a "bottom-up" method in that it begins with subconscious movements, making it an effective tool for helping to address underlying body problems that go overlooked in traditional approaches. With the rise in stress, fatigue, and demands on the body, TRE is useful for managing oneself, discharging unnecessary muscular tensions, and finding balance during challenging times.
With permission from Richard Health/TRE Australia
Why TRE Works: TRE takes just a couple of minutes to do. The spontaneous movements it generates release stored energy in the body, which calms the body and mind. TRE can help identify and address hidden muscular and fascial tensions, enhancing recovery and sleep, reducing anxiety, and improving thought-processing. It is easy to use, requires only minimal minimal physical effort to use.
TRE helps improve creativity and performance due to its accessibility to “flow states.” With continued usage, it can help bodily self-regulation and stress management. TRE also complements cognitive-based movement practices like physical therapy, yoga, Pilates, and so on, offering a greater balance in your training regimen.
TRE can be taught to children and adults, in small and large groups. It helps promotes cohesiveness and openness between participants. Because it is based on natural physiological responses shared by all human beings, it promotes connection while also respecting each individual’s unique body.
For individuals who wish to further personalize and develop a TRE approach, we offer one-to-one training as well as small group classes. Contact us directly and learn how you start TRE here.
What Are People Experiencing and What Are The Benefits of TRE?
Better Management of Discomfort by working holistically and at multiple levels and areas of the body
Clearer Mind States by releasing of subconscious muscular tension
Rebalancing of the Neuromyofascial System below the level of conscious awareness by "following" the body’s natural movements
Supportive Recovery after trauma by letting your body rebalance, reconnect, and feel more supported
Building Resilience by calming the nervous system and switching off hypervigilance following stressful events
Strengthening Self-Regulation by developing a greater capacity to deal with unpredictable changes
Complement Treatments, Interventions, and Exercise like counseling, cognitive-based therapies, mindfulness, bodywork, rehabilitation programs, and other movement arts like yoga and Pilates
Improving Relationships by shifting the nervous system towards more safe, secure, and relational states
Optimizing Performance by reducing fatigue and increasing problem solving skills.