Collecting Data and Understanding
Our clients are invited to do a self-test on how the practice impacts them through our course. This involves a questionnaire at the start, journals in between to document their journey and a comparison form after they have done at least four sessions.
You can discover more if you follow the links below:
A scientifically based solution for the release of physical tension.
‘We can be 99% confident that the results to physical, mental and emotional well-being are not due to chance but a genuine statistical effect’
Canterbury Christchurch University
Christ Church University Evaluation Report
In 2021 we commissioned the Christ Church University of Canterbury in Kent, UK to review and evaluate anonymised client data responses to demonstrate the positive impact of the Total Release Experience® Programme (Version 2)
The results are quite astounding, and we are delighted to share what the Report reveals.
The diagrams below show the average changes experienced by clients that occurred as a result of them completing our full course. The data shows averages. We share a first impression but can break it down for further detail on request.
Note the trends for those that fully completed our course.
The questions asked were based on our research and consultation with professionals into the typical stress and trauma-related issues experienced, physically, mentally, emotionally and behavioural. We included Gad &, PHQ 9 and Warwick & Edinburgh Scale. All are recognised by medical professionals.
Gad 7 is the General Anxiety Disorder -7 scale questions recognised by mental health professionals to gauge the levels of anxiety of their clients. We include this to ensure the support levels our clients may need.
The Warwick-Edinburgh Mental Wellbeing Scales
We hope you find the results of our Programmes, interesting, even exciting.
If you would like to know more please do get in touch.