TRE Trauma Releasing Exercises Madison, WI
Shake Off The Holidays: Introduction to TRE™
Saturday, January 11th 2020, 1:00-3:00 pm
Matrix Coworking, 6302 Odana Rd, Madison, WI 53719
Did you know that stress gets stored in our bodies unless we do something to release it? The holiday season can be very stressful, and just because the holidays are over doesn't mean that our bodies have let go of built-up tension. In fact, the time following a stressful period can be the most difficult on our bodies and minds because there are no more distractions or things to check off our to-do list.
TRE™ (Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises) is a series of simple exercises that remind the body of its natural ability to release tension and stress. Post-holidays is the perfect time to learn this practice and help our bodies "shake off" the stress we accumulated over the holiday season. After learning the exercises, TRE™ can be practiced on your own as a self-help tool.
TRE™ is for anyone who is seeking a natural and effective tool for reducing the impact of everyday stress on their mind and body. No prior level of physical fitness or special ability is required. Please wear comfortable clothes. Mats will be provided or feel free to bring your own.
Hurry, registration will be capped at 10 participants to create a safe and comfortable learning environment.
Interview with Eddy Lindenstein on The Mind and Fitness Podcast.
Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE): Mitigating Vicarious Trauma
Thursday, October 24th, 11 am-1 pm
at Matrix Coworking
6302 Odana Rd, Madison WI 53719
Vicarious trauma is an inevitable part of working with vulnerable populations. Whether you are a social worker, therapist, teacher, or you are caring for children or aging parents, being exposed to others’ trauma takes a huge toll on your physical and emotional health. It also impacts your ability to provide quality services and take care of your loved ones.
TRE™ (Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises) is a series of simple exercises that remind the body of its natural ability to release tension and stress. This modality is for anyone who serves others, is seeking a natural and effective tool for reducing the impact of everyday stress on their mind and body, and wishes to increase their ability to facilitate healing for self and others. In addition to learning the exercises, participants will gain an understanding of the effects of vicarious trauma on the brain and body, and how connecting with the nervous system is an integral part of staying healthy.
Hurry! Registration will be capped at 12 participants to create a safe environment and facilitate healing and connection.
Please email Kristy with any questions at: firstname.lastname@example.org.