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Shake off stress

An introduction to Tension and Trauma Release Exercises

Trauma is ubiquitous - we all encounter things that overwhelm us from time to time - but we are designed to endure and survive. Rediscovering our innate ability to shake off stress can help bring us back into balance.

Do you feel overwhelmed with all the things you have going on in your life?

Do you feel that you are holding a lot of tension in your body?

Do you feel that you often react to triggers emotionally rather than responding to situations in a calm and measured way?

Are you getting increasingly stressed or anxious about potentially little things?

Do you think that your health challenges may have been triggered by a particular experience?

You are interested to find out how a body-based approach can reduce tension and improve stress resilience.

You would like support to get out of your head (with your racing thoughts) and back into your body.

You are ready to spend some time putting yourself first, and would be keen to give yourself some time to slow down.

You would like feel calmer so that you can support others better.

What you'll learn

  • What is trauma?
  • How trauma can affect the brain and body
  • Fight, flight and freeze: our responses to stress
  • The origins of Tension and Trauma Release Exercises
  • The benefits of self-induced therapeutic tremors in rebalancing the nervous system
  • You’ll also get an idea of what a session of TRE(R) entails and how to get started - so you can decide if you want to give it a go.

(Note this webinar will not guide you through the exercises)

About the speaker

Gemma is a nutritional therapist specialising in immune and digestive health. She helps adults with gut autoimmunity, food sensitivities or histamine intolerance understand and address factors that are exacerbating their symptoms and regain the joy of eating a varied and delicious diet, without fear.

Having realised the important role that stress plays in exacerbating many of her clients' symptoms she has also trained as a certified Tension and Trauma Release exercise practitioner to help them - and others - connect with their body and improve stress resilience. She is particularly interested in offering the practice to those with chronic illness, carers and other therapists.  

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