Spectrum Center pres.
Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises Workshop
LGBTQ Health & Wellness Week 2020
Tension & Trauma Release Exercises (or TRE) is a simple yet innovative series of exercises that assist the body in releasing deep muscular patterns of stress, tension and trauma. Created by Dr. David Berceli, PhD, TRE safely activates a natural reflex mechanism of shaking or vibrating that releases muscular tension, calming down the nervous system. When this muscular shaking/vibrating mechanism is activated in a safe and controlled environment, the body is encouraged to return back to a state of balance. We have some yoga mats available, please bring your own if possible.
Lovella Calica is certified by TRE Global Certification Training Program and has liability insurance through Hands-On-Trade.
She started her practice in April of 2014 and finished my training in August of 2015. She has been providing TRE sessions to veterans, civilians, children, women, artists and various other people since that time. Practicing TRE drastically and rapidly improved her life tenfold. She felt that she jumped ahead in therapy about 5 years, without all the talking! As a survivor of childhood trauma she had been weighed down with guilt, anger and anxiety for much of her life. After doing TRE every other day for just one month, she felt great relief from these symptoms, which was even noticeable to peers. She had a new and healthier relationship with her body and felt that the space anxiety was taking in her body had been physically removed.
If you want more information on TRE, visit www.traumaprevention.com
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