“TRE® is an innovative series of exercises that assist the body in releasing deep muscular patterns of stress, tension and trauma.”

I've discovered something truly transformative for my practice, rivaling even the breakthroughs I experienced with neurofeedback. The impact is simply breathtaking.

I'm thrilled to offer this both one-on-one and in group settings, exclusively online.

Let me introduce Philippa Mackinklay, a key member of our team. Her expertise is invaluable, and we'll be sharing her journey on our site soon. Whether you choose a private session with either Philippa or myself, or opt to join one of our group sessions, we're here to guide you. Our pricing varies to accommodate different needs and preferences.

TRE® stands as a groundbreaking approach, comprising exercises that help the body release entrenched patterns of stress, tension, and trauma. These exercises gently provoke a natural shaking or vibrating response, which eases muscle tension and soothes the nervous system. This natural response, when triggered in a secure and controlled setting, encourages the body to realign with its innate equilibrium.

Rooted in extensive research, TRE® recognizes that stress, tension, and trauma have both psychological and physical dimensions. The experience of TRE® often feels deeply relaxing, leaving many with a profound sense of peace and well-being. It's a global phenomenon that's supported countless individuals.

What sets TRE® apart is its empowering nature. Once mastered, it becomes a lifelong tool for self-care, continuously nurturing personal health and harmony.

The body's reaction to stress and trauma, whether from tangible threats or perceived dangers, involves an instinctual fight, flight, or freeze response. This not only activates our survival instincts but also engages our somatic muscles and autonomic nervous system, showcasing the deep connection between our physical responses and survival mechanisms. Intriguingly, research illustrates that in threatening scenarios, the body instinctively adopts a protective stance, mirroring the fetal position known for its inherent safety, to shield vital parts like the neck, chest, and abdomen.