Successful TRE Module 1 in London

‘I really liked learning about grounding and self regulation tools that helped me to connect and feel and be in my body’ -Marika Mason, Community Worker ‘The main thing for me was the sense of safety’ -Sophie Johnson, Yoga Teacher ‘Great teaching! I really appreciated the skills, knowledge, grounding and embodiment of Steve’ –Emmanuelle Rosa, Somatic Experiencing Practitioner and Senior Assistant, Physiotherapist, Acupuncturist ‘I liked the experiential and teaching balance. The simple and clear way TRE works with the nervous system’ -Lesley Burrows, Psychotherapist ‘I feel really happy to have been a part of the course’ -Pierre-Yves Daicon, Dancer/choreographer and Ortho-Bionomy practitioner ‘I understood in a different way what it means to be grounded. I...
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Another great TRE Module 1 in London

Posted on27 Mar 2019
‘Great teachers – I felt in very safe hands. I enjoyed the whole course but primarily the knowledge and information on the science of shaking.’ Sophie Hurley – Holistic Practitioner ‘I enjoyed delving deeper into the neurology of trauma and I feel Steve has a great way of explaining things and making information accessible.’ Calli Popham – Yoga Teacher Trainer ‘I felt safe at all times. I liked Steve’s grand background knowledge covering psychological, medical and developmental information.’ Cornelia Pohl – Mother and Bodyworker  ‘I loved having different tutors around as they all have different personal approaches and life experiences which adds to the learning process.’ Claudia Colella – Sophrology ‘I felt very grounded...
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Can we trauma-proof our brains?

In our modern day world, you don’t have to look too far to find a source of stress. A noisy neighbour, a traffic jam or an argument with your partner can take you down the same fear pathway as being chased by a tiger. It’s no wonder many of us feel chronically tense. I believe we all need to learn to be a bit more ‘mammal’. And in doing so, we can actually ‘trauma-proof’ our brains. Time to be more ‘mammal’… When an antelope escapes the jaws of a predator, it picks itself up, has a good shake and then carries on munching grass like nothing happened. Very quickly, the...
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TRE in Dublin, April 2012: New Level 1 Course

We are excited to announce a new  TRE Level 1 course in Dublin on April 13th to 15th 2012. The course will be run by Riccardo Cassiani Ingoni and Steve Haines. Title: TRE Dublin Level 1, April 13-15th 2012, 3 day TRE course with Riccardo Cassiani Ingoni and Steve Haines The course will be very practical. The goal is to help you deepen your experience of the tremors. Each morning and afternoon session you will be supported through the exercises and tremors. There will be plenty of time for discussion and sharing of your experiences. We will explore the theory behind the model, see the highlights below. We will also develop your...
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