TRE INTRODUCTION – BLAIRGOWRIE
Come along on Saturday 10 March 2018 between 1000-1200 and learn how to shake off tension, stress and trauma in a gentle, safe and natural way.
Are you experiencing any of the following:
Anxiety – chronic pain – sleeplessness – irritability – muscular tension – headaches – nervous tension – known stress – overwhelm – lack of concentration – frequent colds/infections
These are all common symptoms of anxiety and stress and these only name a few!
This Introduction to TRE will allow you to learn more about stress and how it might be affecting you and how you can transform it in everyday life.
Utilising the body’s own mechanism for restoring balance to the nervous system it is possible to reduce anxiety and discharge long held tension and trauma so that you’re better able to experience the joy of living.
During the Introductory class you will learn how to initiate and regulate the neurogenic tremors such that you can repeat the process in the comfort of your own home.
When used regularly this self help technique can assist you to feel calmer, think clearer and be more present. It has the potential to enhance emotional capacity that can lead to a host of benefits including increased self esteem , self confidence, calmness , connectedness , clarity and overall a sense of vitality.
Venue: Blairgowrie Physiotherapy, 1 High Street, Blairgowrie, PH10 6ET.
Class Size : maximum 8 places
Cost : £30
The class is suitable for anyone regardless of level of physical fitness or ability. All that is required is curiosity and comfortable clothes.
Your facilitator is Pamela Martin BSc CST DARM RMT. Pam is a Certified CranioSacral Therapist, Advanced Remedial Bodyworker and TRE Provider. Pam has over 20 years experience of working with individuals and groups of all ages to restore balance and relieve pain in a dynamic and holistic manner.
For registration or to discuss your particular situation please contact Pam on 07932 587 422 or email email@example.com. Alternatively you can contact Blair Physiotherapy to express an interest.
“the single most important issue for traumatised people is to find a sense of safety in their own bodies” – Bessel van der Kolk