Erase the Symptoms of Anxiety, Trauma, Stress and PTSD

November 12, 2018 in blog, Mental Health

Recognising the effect of Anxiety, Trauma, Stress and PTSD

Mental health is so much more important than some of us believe it to be. Any kind of mental issue is dangerous and can lead to serious repercussions.  Such issues may seriously impact the rest of one’s life.   At worst as a result of mental imbalance the feelings are so strong one can end up taking their own life.    For those left behind their mental torture then starts.  Not knowing how low that someone felt be that a loved one or friend and not noticing the signs of their growing anxiety and depression.

Only yesterday I was talking to some young people I taught in a school some years ago.  I was shocked to hear that a former pupil took her own life.  The sadness of the friends was evident.  The disbelief that despite the camaraderie that goes on long after leaving school, no one realised how bad things were.  The stressor here it would seem was social media.

Mental disabilities like stress, anxiety, tension, trauma and PTSD are all significantly prevalent in every age group.  Whether a  ten year old child or an adult who just crossed seventy.  The impact of social media and the use of technology can affect anyone of any age.  Whether they are being bullied, harassed, stalked, propositioned, or provoked in any way it does not take long for a happy go lucky person to start spiralling down.

While some can deal with such problems successfully with time, others find it much more difficult.  They can without support end up feeling suffocated and even suicidal.  Therefore, knowing about how to remove such negativity from your life becomes even more essential.

How can you help yourself or others?

Here are a few tried and tested ways that will help you successfully ward off the adverse impact of anxiety, tension, PTSD, and trauma.:

  • Accept that you have a problem and that getting professional help is the right thing to do.  It is not something which you do not have to be ashamed of.
  • Realize that removing anxiety, tension and PTSD does not have an immediate solution and that your mental healing will take some time.
  • Take your loved ones into confidence. Hiding what you are going through will do you more harm than good. Explaining the symptoms will help them understand your situation better and make the support process relatively easy.
  • Plan out a proper sleeping and diet schedule. Eating healthy and exercising regularly will help you interact with the world and keep you from becoming isolated – something that is harmful for someone in a bad state of mind.
  • Get professional assistance. Going for therapy is  a helpful step you can take to erase the symptoms of mental issues like tension, anxiety, PTSD and trauma. A therapist will be able to guide you better without being judgemental and will be your rational voice through hard times.

Don’t ignore what is going on.

Mental health imbalances need to be taken care of immediately. Instead of slacking letting issues like PTSD, anxiety, tension and trauma get the better of you.  Try to meet the problems head on and you will find it easier to deal with them.

There are of course many barriers for young people when coping with the overwhelm of anxiety.   This may include their discomfort of talking to adults or others about their thoughts or feelings.  It depends on the problem they may feel ashamed or guilty.   They may be desperate to speak to someone, but the professional support is not available.  They may not want to go on medication.

So, what is left?  Self-medication by turning to maybe drugs or alcohol or just continue to spiral down to such a low ebb life seems it is not worth living.  Those feelings and emotions build and build as the mind and body are connected.  When we are in a dark place the emotions take over, the mind chatter doesn’t stop, and it is a merry go round as the mid is stimulating and impacting the physical body.  Tension build and it goes deep, deep into the psoas.  The more tension we build the more our body starts to malfunction.  Our systems are impacted, we find ourselves low in energy and not able to fully function in our daily lives.  One thing leads to another.  We end up relying on health-care.

From health-care to self-care!

How about self-care?  There is a simple yet powerfully effective way to ease your physical, mental and emotional pain.  The Total Release Experience® (TRE), gets you back in touch with nature’s gift to us all as you soon discover how to heal yourself and build resilience.  For in this crazy, busy world if we do not look after yourself who is going to?  A technique that is accessible by young and old alike. 

This technique becomes a life tool and a tool for life as we find balance again physically, mentally and emotionally living life to the full.  Workshops, Skype or private sessions there is always a way to access our expert tuition.  We give the relevant resources and the ongoing support as required to ensure you find confidence and feel competent as you take back control of your well-being.  Don’t let you or your loved ones sink so low it seems there is no way out – trust now that there is.

Turn Your Life Around.

August 29, 2018 in blog, Mental Health

A solution for the well being of mental health of Young People

Does it happen for you?

Do you ever turn the radio on and there is something you tune into that seems to be so well timed that it makes your ears prick up?  Or open the page of a paper or magazine and you find yourself reading something that is just what you need to read?  I do.  It seems to be happening more and more.  It is all about timing.

Today driving home from teaching I was listening to Jeremy Vine on Radio 2.  The subject was focussed on 14 year old girls and the growing number who self-harm.  One fifth of them in fact, frightening numbers.  I listened to the discussions, comments and conclusions from parents, counsellors and young people themselves.  Couple this with a host of other problems around the wellbeing (or not) of young people.  Issues such as anxiety, depression, and eating disorders, even sadly suicide.  In Kent alone, there are 14,000 young people that suffer depression and anxiety.

What are the causes?

Nothing surprised me around discussion on self-harm.  Something has inevitably created pressure for the young person -boys and girls.  Although stats highlight there are more girls than boys that self-harm.  Bullying, sexuality issues, abuse, exam pressure, divorced parents and of course the modern danger of social media are just some of the key problems young people may have to deal with.

Who else is affected?

Not just the young themselves, but their families, siblings and friends even teachers.  Parents especially get worried sick as no parent wants their child to suffer.  So, their health and wellbeing start to be compromised too.  It all has a knock-on effect.  The ultimate cost becomes greater as physical mental and emotional wellbeing spirals downwards to different levels for all who seek to support their suffering loved ones.  What is worrying is that with the problems now where does that leave these young people who suffer as they move into their adult life?

How the body deals with the problems.

Imagine your body as a bucket.  All the life pressures, traumas and stressful situations that occur, simply fill your bucket.  The overload causes the problems, such as headaches, IBS, nervousness, lack of sleep, depression, anxiety, mood swings, anger and so on.  Young people in Offenders institutions have their buckets filled at an early age.


We hear a lot about the problems – but clearly there are no lasting solutions.   Not many for sure.  Because if there were we would not have the endemic issues we have around the entire country.  Would we?

The chemicals from fight and flight create blocked energy in the body.  The bucket gets full so how do you empty it?  You can’t so you develop strategies that can.

Current Strategies for mental well being?

MIND do a wonderful job – but two things, talking does not get it out of the body.  In many cases it helps, but my experience of working with young people – even adults, not all open up to the idea of talking.  They do not find it easy to open up.  Counsellors are also in short supply that is why parents are constantly on the phone to CAHMs desperate to find a solution to help their child.  But the wait list is determined again by resources in short supply.

There is always medication of course.  Another problem occurs when young people get put on to anti-depressants at an early age.  Sticking plaster – not getting to the root of the problem.

There is always self-medication – smoking, drinking, technology, eating (or not), violent behaviour, self-harming so on and so forth.  Anything to mask the problem and bring about distraction or moments of feeling good.

Before we know it addictions are creating another problem.

You can empty your bucket!

Yes indeed.  Might come as a surprise but we are all wired up to release the deep held tensions that are causing all the problems.  Children and young people heal very quickly too!

How come millions don’t know about this?  Because although this is something innate in every human being it has become suppressed in us all.  We are animals – and just like animals we have a survival technique that is simple and effective.  Those youngsters who have discovered it get just as blown away by the simplicity and yet powerful outcomes as adults do.

At TRE UK® we teach a simple 5 Step programme that puts people in touch with what nature gave them.  A self-help, no talking physical practice that once learned becomes a life tool and a tool for life. Cost effective indeed.

We have worked with individuals, families and groups, in school and privately.  Parents who have learned, are inspired to share with their young children, it becomes a real leadership tool.  Everyone benefits by getting their body, mind and life back into balance.   Healing from the past and building resilience for the future.

What do young people have to say?

Before doing the TRE, I found that a lot of things got to me. Exams, work, and all manner of stressful situations would have me freaking out and having panic attacks which would often stop me sleeping, which would in turn make matters worse. I’d tried a lot of different ways of trying to control it but couldn’t.

I heard about the TRE from a concerned family member and at first, I was a little unsure and a little sceptical. But I had nothing to lose and went ahead with my first session. I had positive results from week one.

I feel totally different and I’m a lot better than I used to be with stress, anxiety and general negativity. I haven’t freaked out about anything in ages and it’s the best feeling in the world to be able to just get on with my life and not have to deal with all the things I’ve suffered with for a long, long time – especially with my GCSEs rapidly approaching and having to make choices about sixth form.’  Matthew

 ‘As a 17 year old student, stress of work and study would often get the best of me and I would suffer from insomnia. I started TRE not really knowing what it was, but decided that I had nothing to lose by trying it out as nothing else was working for me. I was very pleasantly surprised to notice drastic changes in my sleeping pattern shorty after beginning the sessions. I was able to sleep much more, therefore making me less tired during the day and so making me feel more energised overall.

I was better able to cope with my workload and exam pressures. I know that some people may be sceptical or may not want to try something they don’t know, especially at my age, however I would highly recommend TRE because the results could truly improve your daily life as they did mine’.


 ‘For the first time I had the confidence to stay out with friends on a sleep over.  But more than that I have come out.  I feel really happy for the first time in a long time’ Cassie 15 years old.

 Comments from young people following Workshops.

‘It was pretty weird. I entered a state of calmness and almost fell asleep but was at peace with myself. Then almost felt emotional as past events and the build up from that became clear. It was a relief to let them go.’

‘I feel as if a large amount of weight has been lifted at first I was a bit scared. However, I have found it an enjoyable experience.’

‘It was different but a good different. I felt tremors in place that I didn’t realise that were there. I felt fresh when I did it and new. I also felt like I was the only one in the room and I found my own place. I felt emotional but good because it was saying be confident and go out there and be you.’

‘This experience has given me a key to start something new in my life. After building up an emotional wall I have finally found something that will help me knock it down. The hardest problem I face is feeling empty or disconnected to myself and this has helped me to release my pains.’

‘After today’s session, I feel much stronger mentally and emotionally. It’s something new I’ve never done before and I don’t regret this new experience.’

‘I found this experience unreal, you can’t really explain the experience of TRE and its effect on you until you do it yourself.’

‘It was a totally new experience. Nothing like I expected it to be. Its helped me a lot and I can see it continuously helping me more in the future.’

‘After today’s experience, I felt like a massive weight had lifted off my shoulders.’

‘It was strange, but In feel like what I’ve learned feel today will help me now and in the future.’

What next?

Well we all have to open our eyes and look to self-care when there is no health care.  At TRE UK® we offer different options to support families, schools and Universities.  We can turn our downward spiral around and change – but of course we have to be open and willing to do something for ourselves.  To open our eyes to something that can change your lives like it has for many others.  What’s to lose?  For what’s the alternative – I think you may have worked it out already!

Symptoms of Trauma & Stress

June 9, 2018 in blog, Mental Health

Anxiety and Tension lead to problems

Do you recognize the signs of high levels of stress, anxiety, and tension in people who are a part of your life?  With the world becoming a hectic place to reside in with each passing day, it is becoming more and more important to notice the mental health of those around you.  Being able to recognize when a person you care about is suffering internally,  can make all the difference in the world for that individual.

Here are symptoms you will observe in a person who is stressed or traumatized, They maybe silently screaming for help:

Emotional Signs

Emotional indicators of stressed individuals include a feeling of being overwhelmed too often and feeling like things are spiraling out of control. People who are stressed will be moody, frustrated and have difficulty in feeling relaxed. They will tend to avoid the company of people and prefer staying alone.

Physical Indicators

People suffering from a lot of anxiety, stress, tension and trauma will feel like they are low on energy and will experience frequent headaches. They will have trouble sleeping and body aches and a rapid heartbeat will become a normal occurrence in their lives. Stressed and traumatized individuals will be nervous around you and will be prone to shaking and swearing excessively.

Mental Signs

People with a great deal of tension and stress in their lives will have reduced concentration levels and diminished perception. Their judgment will be poor and they will be indecisive in most areas of their life. Individuals suffering from anxiety due to a hectic life will lack in motivation and will display low levels of creativity.

Any amalgamation of these three indicators should notify the presence of anxiety and tension in an individual. Other signs include an increased use of caffeine-containing products, drugs, and alcohol. Keeping people you care about safe from drowning in their troubles by recognizing the issue through these symptoms will make it easier for them to power through the difficult time successfully.

All this tension and anxiety resides in the body and figs the mind.  When it spirals out of control, there is another on the list awaiting support for their mental health.  Current solutions – talking or medication.  No wait before you give up there is something else.  You can take control and heal yourself.  The body remembers and so the body must release.   The Total Release Experience® teaches you how to heal yourself and start to get your life back on track.

Importance of Children’s Mental Health

May 3, 2018 in blog, Mental Health

Importance of Children’s Menat Health

Good mental health is essential for a healthy and robust lifestyle. Whether a child of ten years of age or an adult who just reached fifty years of age.  Consequently, issues like continuous anxiety and tension can have a significantly drastic effect that lasts a lifetime.  A lot of importance should be given to the mental health of children,   The type of childhood they have will impact their entire life and the way their personalities and characters are shaped.

The following features are the two of the most important basis of the good mental health of children and have a great impact on their life as they grow up:

Unconditional Love from Family Members

One thing that should be at the basis of every family life is unconditional love. Especially relevant is to give support, security, and acceptance.   Just some of the things that a child needs as he/she is growing up. The absence of any one feature can cause havoc in both the present and future life of a child, and open them up to bouts of anxiety and tension. Because everyone makes mistakes and they should be accepted and dealt with properly without going overboard.

A Safe and Sheltered Environment

Children are more prone to becoming frightened of something that exists around them or something that is in their minds. The first step to take is to find out exactly what they are scared of and is giving them anxiety.  After finding out attempt to remove the fear.  Childhood fears stay with individuals as they grow up and becomes a permanent part of their life.  Such fears can haunt them for years if they are not handled at the right time. Adults sometimes do not understand the fear or its origin. Dealing with it is the main action to pursue instead of marking their fears as trivial and waving them off.

Getting rid of any aspect of a child’s life that may affect them and mark them for life is an adults responsibility.  It should not be hedged on at any cost.  Even something that seems minute can have an immense impact on a child and mar their innocence and cause their mental health to weaken forever.

Children and the Total Release Experience® (the TRE)

There are limited resources and options for children if they suffer anxiety.  Talking being the main one.  For some talking is not an option for the many children, unfortunately, have endured a history of stressful to traumatic situations often at the hands of the ones supposed to love them.  Freeze is their defense mechanism.  We work with many adults who suffer because of the trauma is held in their body from an early age.  The TRE for children is such a simple yet powerful practice.  Learning the TRE  enhances their chance of letting go of their anxieties and build resilience for their future.  Then they can have the hopeful future they deserve.

How to Cope With Grief and Painful Emotions

March 21, 2018 in blog, Mental Health

Relationship between Adverse Childhood Experiences and Adult Well-Being

February 16, 2018 in blog, Mental Health
Relationship between Adverse Childhood Experiences and Adult Well-Being

Adverse Childhood Experiences are those traumatic events that lead to negative and long-lasting effects on the health and well-being of an individual. They can be anything ranging from sexual abuse, losing a close loved one due to a traumatic incident to the divorce of your parents. Such experiences not only increase the odds of struggle but have an adverse effect on the health and behaviour of individuals when they grow up.

There are many short and long-term impacts of cumulative childhood trauma with most commonly reported cases relating to substance abuse and household physical abuse. According to studies, some adults have experienced at least one instance of household dysfunction or childhood abuse before the age of 18.

You can not underestimate the importance of a child’s relationship with the caregiver. It’s through these relationships that children learn to trust one another, interact with one another and regulate their emotions. When these relationships become unstable, it gives them the feeling that they cannot rely on anyone else for help. They start to see the world through a different lens and have a more pessimistic approach towards the things in life as they believe nothing good ever lasts.

Most of the abused or neglected children have trouble building strong healthy relationships with others. They are more vulnerable to stress and may react inappropriately or violently to normal situations. Children who have a history of complex trauma may also face issues with their romantic relationships, authority figures, and friends.

Childhood experiences greatly affect who we become as adults and if not dealt with carefully in the beginning, can lead to serious mental health issues.

There is a strong relationship between adult well-being and childhood trauma. In such cases, mental health strategies should be incorporated to prevent the impacts at the early stages of life such as counseling.

Much of our work is supporting adults wanting to heal from the scars of childhood trauma.  The body has a wonderful way of letting go of the past with the most natural healing practice of the Total Release Experience®  No talking, or interventions and so easy to learn with our support.  A one day Workshop and you can live a different life –with hope.  See what others have said

Self-Care At Last

January 30, 2018 in blog, Mental Health

We are told now that instead of queuing up and clogging up the Drs Surgeries we must look to self-care.  What are the options?  Expensive treatment? Talking? Self-medication? Now there is the Total Release Experience® (the TRE)  a liberating “no-talking” practice for everyone and can help to release, even eradicate symptoms of stress, tension, pain, anxiety, and trauma, leaving you more resilient in mind and body.

Some of us can find ourselves on a downward spiral. Perhaps caused by work stress, grief due to the loss of a loved one, perhaps traumatic events, abuse on a mental, physical or sexual level and the cumulative effects of all that we have experienced in our life, since birth. There is no escape from the pressures of life.

As a result, we can suffer symptoms from stress, anxiety, depression and other mental health problems, panic attacks, IBS, PTSD, CPTSD, at worst cancer, obesity, suicidal tendencies, stroke, heart attack or diabetes. Take a closer look at the Total Release Experience®.  We can all can now take charge of our mental, emotional and physical health by allowing our body to heal itself using its own natural release mechanism, as many others have discovered.

It is not just our own life experiences that affect our health and especially our mental health but those of others that we deal with. This may be colleagues or our opposites in work and life. Which is, of course, extreme for those in the Military also still for the Veterans, Prison service, Police, Fire service, Medical professions and Carers. Teachers too have very stressful jobs.  We often see and hear how celebrities, politicians and some members of our Royal Family face mental health issues from life traumas and stressful experiences.

Stress affects everyone, and we all need to regularly release in order to stay healthy and happy.  Investing in a Total Release Experience® course or Workshop will give you a stress release tool that you can use for the rest of your life. Cost-effective and you feel the difference straight away. Start to break the downward spiral and turn it around.  Once down the only way is up!  Maybe it is time for a rethink when it comes to self-care.

Everyday Dealings of the Service Sector and Their Mental Health

December 21, 2017 in blog, Mental Health

The topic mental health is an extremely popular one. It is talked about frequently. Those suffering from mental illnesses like stress, anxiety, PTSD, and tension are encouraged to come out and be open about their emotions.  They all seek help so that there are no long-term implications. This allows the healing process to be successful.

However, people who are forgotten when talking about the impact of bad mental health are the ones that include all first responders.  Firemen, paramedics, and policemen require mental health assistance the most.  They deal with traumatic incidents and cases on duty on a daily basis.   Not least at this time of year.

Not every firefighting incident is completely successful. Some accidents leave vehicles too damaged to save anyone riding inside. The same way there are robberies and kidnappings that go wrong.  All of these adversely impact the mental health of firemen, police officers and paramedics significantly. Learning to deal with anxiety and tension attached to the jobs of these people is something that is vital and cannot be ignored.

Coping with the daily emotional struggles is a problem.  As one becomes attached to their career, most first respondents end up distancing themselves from such situations.  They desensitize themselves so that they can do their jobs properly.  However, the occurrences still have a negative effect on their mental health which builds up over time and eventually becomes too much to handle for some people.  The high tension and anxiety levels lead to addiction to drugs and alcohol and in some extreme cases to suicide.

The jobs of firefighters, paramedics and policemen entail high pressure and require a great deal of involvement. While some cases may be easier to move past, some incidents stay with the first respondents and haunt them for a long time.  This impacts their work, personal lives and that of those around them.  Worst of all their mental health.

Having mandatory rehab sessions and programs for all first respondents should be a top priority of the authorities if they want efficient and healthy people working to save the lives of others.  The good mental health of these people is essential for the safety of others and their own.  Dealing with mental health issues that come with the stress, anxiety, trauma, and tensions attached to these jobs is crucial.  The Total Release Experience® is a  most cost-effective powerful practice for all service sector heroes.  We have had great results with those we have worked with.  No talking, no medicines, and self-help. Let’s think of them all this Christmas.


Heal Your Mind and Body the Natural Way

November 9, 2017 in blog

If you want to achieve optimal health your mind and body need to work in harmony. Luckily, there are many natural techniques that can help you heal without having to rely on medicine. You can easily have a mind that allows you to experience life and enjoy all the beautiful things it has to offer. Out of these, your own heart and soul come on top of the list.

There are many remedies that can be used to balance your energy so that you feel your best. The most powerful you can work with is the self- healing practice the Total Release Experience and to support your healing journey there are other support techniques you could adopt. There are numerous ways to heal your mind and body with ease so that you can restore them to their natural healing systems. Simple switches like incorporating fruits into your diet or exercising for a few minutes daily can make a huge difference. These small changes add up over time.

The Total Release Experience®

Take control of your well-being and start your healing journey with this self-help practice. Once learned by a member of our professional team you can continue at no additional cost and we are always there to support you.  With a bucket full of stress and tension we teach you how to release from your bucket, heal from the past and build resilience for the future.  Changes to mind and body can be instant.  But as you heal you may need or choose to support yourself with other practices or change habits to ensure you get the best for yourself.

Incorporate Organic Fruits and Vegetables in Your Diet

Many health problems are linked to a high level of acidity in the body. The acidity causes inflammation which in turn leads to numerous diseases and illnesses. In order to have a better health, it’s important to alkalize your body as much you can by eating fruits, vegetables, nuts and seeds that are the optimal food items for the human body. What’s even better is making these organic foods yourself in order to avoid harmful toxins. By eating the right meal you can help to improve your physical and mental health.

Get a Massage

Getting a massage is a great way to relax and release toxins. They are bound to make you feel stress-free and release the build-up of toxins and tension in your body. The comfort and soothing effect you feel in your body after a massage aids your body’s healing system in the long run. Consider it a treat to yourself and an opportunity to give your mind and body a boost.

Drink Sufficient Water

You need to make sure that your body is properly hydrated otherwise dehydration can lead to fatigue, headaches and create numerous other discomforts in your body. Water is needed to perform all of the functions of the body, especially when it comes to the digestive system. By increasing your water intake to a sufficient level, you can significantly improve your body’s natural detoxification process.


Exercise is free, a brisk walk on a clear day. A run or jog keeps the limbs moving and the joints from creaking.  You may want to join a class maybe Pilates or Yoga may swim so you keep the body moving.  There are lots of other physical ways to keep your body mobile and flexible as much as you can.

Get proper sleep

A lack of sleep can be detrimental to your health and body. Your body needs time to restore, detox and heal itself. One of the best times for your body to do so is when you are sleeping. If you don’t get enough hours of sleep, you are likely to have health issues and anxiety you wouldn’t normally experience. The cells in our body heal when sleep restfully. Therefore, it is imperative to get at least 7 to 8 hours of sleep at night.

Using these and other natural remedies you can find lasting solutions at home and save yourself from developing further mental and health issues.

How to Learn The Total Release Experience® at TRE UK ®

We provide the following options:

Regional Workshops:

Our regional workshop programme in Kent and the South East is the most cost-effective way to learn this practice:

Please see the regional workshop overview at the bottom of this page or visit our upcoming workshops overview for current locations, dates and prices.

Upcoming Workshops

Learn at home - Skype courses:

If you are not able to make any of our regional workshops, due to distance, health or other reasons, we are pleased to be able to provide you with the possibility to learn this life-changing practice from the comfort of your own home.

Please find out more about our Skype Course programme:

Skype Courses

Private Workshops for individuals or Groups:

In only 5 hours you can learn this powerful practice that will be life-changing for you, your family, your team. Whoever you wish to learn this powerful practice with we can tailor our programme to your own group and location.

For more details, please visit:

Private Workshops

Learn how to Release from Grief in Hampshire

April 24, 2017 in blog, Mental Health

The news in the last week reminds us that our Princes William and Harry suffered trauma in their lives as a result of losing their mother, their Mental Health has suffered as a result. They encourage us all to heal from grief.  You can learn how to do this in our TRE Workshop in Hampshire on the 29th April 2017. 

An extremely traumatic experience it must have been for the princes at the loss of their mother Princess Diana and then having to walk in a parade with the coffin followed by the eyes of millions around the world. Of course, they would have to have been extremely brave and very hard for the young princes. Prince Harry has now said that he has had counselling and feels much better for dealing with it. He took his time as he resisted for nearly 20 years he said.

Losing a loved one at some point impacts us all.  Whether a parent, child, partner or friend passes away they would not want us to suffer for the rest of our lives. The princes are encouraging us to take on our grief in that we should actively do something about it.

Unfortunately, counselling is not something that all can or want to use to help them through.   There is another way to can take control of grief with a ‘no talking’ physical practice.

In our Workshop in Hampshire on the 29th April you can learn how to release your symptoms from grief.  You will be guided through the process of activating your body’s own release mechanism helping you get over the physical, mental and emotional pain from your loss so that you can start living your life again.

The Total Release Experience is a powerful solution that helps you to heal.

By joining the TRE UK Workshop in Hampshire you will learn to activate your body’s own ability to release.  Once you have learned how to activate your own body’s release mechanism you will be able to carry on the practice in the comfort of your own home.

We provide you in a one day workshop an in-depth understanding, guidance, and support on how your body can heal itself from your loss,  trauma, stress, anxiety or heal from PTSD and build resilience so that you can deal better with whatever life brings to your table.

We run workshops around the country we are in Awbridge, Hamsphire on the 28th April 2017. Find out how learning the Total Release Experience with TRE UK has helped many others in our shared stories

Don’t suffer for twenty years.