Tension and Trauma Release Exercises: Introductory Workshops in 2019
As a community offering, I provide monthly guided TRE introductory workshops on a sliding scale basis. Please see below for workshop description and registration links.
What is TRE?
TRE is a simple technique to release stress or tension from the body that accumulates from everyday circumstances of life, difficult situations, immediate or prolonged stressful situations, and traumatic life experiences.
Using six simple exercises, TRE helps to release deep tension from the body by evoking self-controlled muscular shaking. The process is unique in that this shaking originates deep in the core of the body, producing gentle tremors that reverberate outward along the spine, releasing tension from the sacrum to the cranium.
TRE users report:
Release of deep tension and chronic holding patterns
Better nervous system regulation;
Personal grounding and more resilience;
Greater energy and stamina resulting from more restful sleep.
By the end of this workshop, you'll learn how to do the TRE exercises and restore a more balanced state of well-being in your life.
You are welcome to register for more than one workshop should you wish to deepen your practice in a supportive group setting.
IMCW Center for Mindful Living
4708 Wisconsin Avenue
Washington, DC 20016
$40 recommended donation per workshop. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. Please contact me here should you need to make alternative arrangements.
Upcoming workshop dates:
Sunday, April 14, 2019
3:30 - 5:30 pm
About the trainer: Leah Harris is a speaker, trainer, and advocate who works nationally with health care and social service providers, colleges and universities, community groups, juvenile facilities, and faith-based organizations to raise awareness about the impacts of toxic stress and trauma, as well as mind-body skills for resilience.In May 2018, she received her certification as a Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE) provider, and is excited to bring this unique modality to individuals and groups in the Washington, DC area. You can learn more about her and her work at leahidaharris.com.