Why do TRE?

Reasons why TRE providers like me do TRE (4:11 mins)
Dr David Berceli – Soldier Testimony (7:30 mins)
Jonas Nordstrom – Why do I do TRE? (1:18 mins)
Dr David Berceli & Chris Balsley- Anthony “U.S. Marine” uses TRE (4:18 mins)

Our bodies go through an amazing amount of stress, tension and trauma throughout our lives. If we haven’t cleared this out of our body it builds up impacting our health and wellbeing. Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE) can help to release this stress, tension and trauma from our bodies so that we can relax and enjoy life more. Below are examples of just some of the traumas and issues that TRE can help with.

Why do TRE? To be able to relate joyfully with others from a peaceful state. (0:33 mins)
Why do TRE? To release the stress, tension and trauma from accidents. (1:29 mins)
Why do TRE? To release the tension patterns from the use of crutches and casts with broken bones. (1:45 mins)
Why do TRE? To have deeper and more restorative sleep. (2:05 mins)
Why do TRE? To release the trauma from surgery. (1:51 mins)
Why do TRE? To release defence mechanisms and open back up to let love and nurturing in. (4:48 mins)

Blog: Doing TRE helps you to clean your internal house.

Want to learn TRE?

Over 5 million people have learnt TRE. It is taught in over 60 countries worldwide. TRE can be learned via an appointment in person or online. A minimum of 3 sessions is recommended to ensure that you have learned how to self-regulate your tremoring. You can bring a friend and share the cost! Once you have learnt how to self-regulate you can continue using TRE at home for the rest of your life as part of your self-care routine. You do not have to see a TRE provider regularly. However, you may choose to have occasional or regular sessions with a TRE provider if you want more guidance or support with your tremoring process.

TRE can also be learnt in workshops and through a free TRE online course. Please note the free online course is not suitable for:

  • Anyone with psychological/psychiatric conditions that require strict regulation
  • Anyone with fragile psychological defences
  • Anyone who has a history of complex trauma (near-death experiences, abuse, violence, major accidents, natural disasters, surgeries, severe losses, etc)
  • Anyone with physical conditions that require strict regulation
  • Anyone with physical or medical limitations.

For anyone in the above categories, it is best to consult with a TRE provider, like me, to make sure TRE is suitable for you and to teach you how to use it safely.

Want to learn more?

Below are links to more information on TRE.