Stress is inevitable for all of us – especially these days! Many of us have developed the coping habit of continually bracing against the stressors in our lives. It’s human nature. Bracing against stress on a regular basis can easily develop into chronic tension. This chronic tension drains our energy, leaving us tired, defensive, and unmotivated. Being stressed-out negatively affects our relationships, our jobs, and the enjoyment of our lives. However, it’s easier than you might think to shed this tension and return to an energized, peaceful, and inspired way of being.
TRE® is a simple and profound practice of deep tension relief that you can use any time, and anywhere, to shed accumulated stress. It’s very likely that by the end of the series, you’ll be sleeping better, feeling more connected, and enjoying life more than you have in a long time.
In this series of 5 classes, you’ll be taught how to release pent-up tension and return to a calm centered state at will. Class 1 will introduce you to the practice, and classes 2 through 5 will strengthen your ability to unwind stressful patterns. There will be time for journaling and discussion during each session. Each session will end with an easy guided meditation to help solidify gains made during the evening.
TRE® is also an excellent support for your Neurosculpting® practice. Stress and negative stories that we hold in our mind can also be held in the body. As we release the thought patterns that no longer serve us through our Neurosculpting® practice, it’s beneficial to help the body let go of the physical manifestations of those outdated thought patterns. The two practices compliment each other beautifully, and can turbo-charge your personal growth.
* This group learning experience is ideal for those who aren’t easily overwhelmed by stress.If you struggle with self-regulation, or are aware that you have significant unresolved traumas, or have any questions at all about TRE®, please contact Travis before signing up for this class to discuss your particular situation.He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The series will run Tuesday evenings 7-8:30pm, April 10, 17, 24, and May 1, 8. Sign up early to secure your spot.
Please plan on arriving to class 10 minutes early to get settled. We will start on time. Please wear loose, layered clothing that you can move in and be as comfortable as possible. Bring a water bottle and snack, as well as a journal in case you’d like to keep notes. If you have a favorite yoga mat, feel free to bring it. We will have yoga mats on hand as well.