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TRE has helped me transform my health and regulate my heart without meds

Posted on16 Dec 2016
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In 2002, I contracted Lyme disease in Spain, which was traumatic and had an effect on my heart causing arrhythmia at the time. My wife died in 2006 leaving me with two young children. Her illness and death were a catalogue of traumatic events and I began to develop arrhythmia again, on a sporadic basis and was prescribed medication (bisoprolol) to control the condition. Over the following 10 years my condition became steadily worse until in 2016 my medication dosage was at a high level and having a major impact on my wellbeing. My likely future was more medication, surgery and a pacemaker. A friend suggested TRE and I took...
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TRE On The Radio: Bay FM Interviews Jo Hamilton

Posted on10 Jun 2016
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Jo Hamilton, TRE College tutor and supervisor, was invited to talk about TRE and Trauma Release on BayFm Radio in Devon with Howard James. If you’d like to know more about TRE and Shaking it off Naturally, you can listen to the interview here.

TRE London has moved to TRE College

Posted on17 Sep 2015
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Welcome to the new home of TRE London – www.trecollege.com The TRE events run by Steve Haines and colleagues have expanded – there are now courses in Ireland and Zurich as well as London and new groups in Greenwich and Westminster as well as Finsbury Park. The new website showcases all the new courses, new groups and new supervision events, with added videos! and a new logo: TRE College is dedicated to training people to safely teach Trauma Releasing Exercises. TRE is a very powerful and effective tool. We want it to be shared with as many people as possible. We offer structured programs in Europe, accredited by TRE for All,...
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Containment in TRE: Avoid ‘Oh My God’, Try Orient, Mobilise, Ground

Posted on30 Aug 2015
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Containment for Freezing, Flooding, Dissociation in TRE Below is a mneumonic to help remember responses to contain someone who  is freezing, flooding or dissociating in TRE. These work as principles for the TRE Provider who is running a group or supporting an individual, but work equally well if adapted slightly for the person who is getting activated. O M G Its scary when people get activated Probably best to avoid going ‘Oh My God’, try Orient, Mobilise and Ground Activation, as used here, means increasing arousal is triggered as the neuroceptive circuits detect threat. Neuroceptive circuits are that part of our nervous system that is always checking ‘Am I Safe’? ‘Neuroception’...
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Feedback from TRE Module 1, London, 24-26 Aug

Posted on30 Aug 2015
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The recent Module 1 in London at Triyoga went really well. 25 people safely exploring tremors. Lots of people from different parts of the world, including participants travelling from Bombay, Prague, Dubai, Copenhagen and Geneva. Here are some of the comments on the feedback forms: ‘Steve is a wonderful teacher whose enthusiasm for TRE is very catching! I liked his friendly and relaxed teaching style and how he managed to deal kindly with questions from a big group and get through the material on time. He seemed extremely knowledgeable and it was a pleasure to be there. I thought the course content was interesting, varied and sufficient at this stage....
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Joan McDonald: TRE CPD Day, Edinburgh, 18 Oct 2015

Posted on12 Aug 2015
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Come and spend a TRE CPD day with Joan McDonald This is a great opportunity to learn from a global leader in TRE. Joan embodies TRE with her grounded presence. She excitedly shares her knowledge and wisdom gained from a highly diverse career. She is a registered social worker and was an educator in the community college system. She has been a learning consultant and corporate trainer. Joan is trained in bioenergetics and for years had a private counselling practice. She draws on 30 years of experience in managing, teaching, counselling and consulting, integrating her knowledge and experience in her role as a Certification Trainer, member of the Trainer Support...
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Firemen in Mexico use TRE for stress reduction

Posted on23 Apr 2015
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Who looks after the people who look after others? First responders (such as firemen, ambulance workers, and police), carers, and therapists consistenly report being overwhelmed by what they witness. The above new video from David Berceli is a great endorsement from fireman in Mexico on TRE as a tool to relieve stress. It is simple and cheap to learn. TRE is a self regulating tool that has been tried and tested by people who have been through extreme events.

Feedback from TRE London Module 1 2015 Feb 4-6

Posted on16 Feb 2015
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  ‘I thought Steve was an excellent lecturer – very dynamic, engaging, clear and enthusiastic about his subject matter. I am delighted I came on the course’ Rina Kaur – Solicitor. ‘The experiential part is amazing. I love TRE. Profound, liberating realigning. A gift, thank you’ Emma Wynne–Jones – Music Teaching Artist. ‘Lovely blend of theory and practice. All at a manageable pace. I’m very satisfied and grateful’ Daren Dewitt – Trainer, Coach, Counsellor. ‘I learned easily, felt supported and loved the practice’ Adam Langer – Counsellor. ‘The pace of delivery and style really held and supported me. The level of detail and depth was conveyed so simply’ Tracey Meaning – Marie Curie Cancer Nurse.    
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