FREE SESSION for the first 6 people who can attend together as a group (Dublin). In light of the #Versatis uproar, 2 things : Pain = Lose/Lose Stress Release = Win/Win
QUOTE: Severe pain has profound physiologic effects on the endocrine system. Serum hormone abnormalities may result and these serve as biomarkers for the presence of severe pain and the need to replace hormones to achieve pain control. Initially severe pain causes a hyperarousal of the hypothalamic–pituitary–adrenal system which results in elevated serum hormone levels such as adrenocorticotropin, cortisol, and pregnenolone. If the severe pain does not abate, however, the system cannot maintain its normal hormone production and serum levels of some hormones may drop below normal range. Some hormones are so critical to pain control that a deficiency may enhance pain and retard healing - FULL ARTICLE
A special showing of the film CareGivers aimed at and dedicated to the support of : medical staff / army personnel / prison guards / probation officers / social workers / emergency crews / fire brigade / police / trains and public transport drivers / teachers / as well as counsellors and therapists and managers in these settings. Enquire within for this 90-minute presentation. On demand. CDP certificate available.
Follow the link to the direct podcast on the occasion of the Irish Premiere (we are at the 21-minute mark) https://www.facebook.com/TREIreland2/posts/1585224428190261
PLUS : Google 31Tips for a Stress-Free Christmas NEXT WORKSHOP SAT 25 DEC
The Healing Power of 'MeToo
If you have been affected by the #MeToo campaign, maybe now would be a good time to shake it off altogehter : take the workshop, or do a session. See dates and details on at www.treireland.ie
According to MIGRAINE IRELAND an estimated 13,000 people are affected by migraine EVERY DAY in Ireland and the condition costs the Irish economy €252 million per year. Here is something worth looking at. See how in this 2-min video. The check around the website for your options. @MigraineIreland https://www.facebook.com/TREIreland2/posts/1483337371712301
TRE in The Sunday Times Style Magazine - 1 Oct 2017
'There’s some physiological logic behind shaking. “A noisy neighbour or an argument with your husband takes you down the same fear pathway as fleeing a tiger,” says Steve Haines, who runs TRE workshops at Triyoga in London. It’s hard to think clearly when we’re tense. “We feel stuck, numb, absent and depressive.” Change the physiology, though, “so you feel released and connected”, and the effect is “a sense of joy, ease and comfort”. This, he says, leads to better sleep, more stability and confidence, and less pain. Diverting energy from stress, he claims, means resources can go into “the long, slow projects” such as libido, digestion, the immune system and skin. Let’s shake to that.'
Small part of bigger article on 'The new wellbeing craze of shaking'
True Lives - Unbreakable: True Lives - TV3.ie
A portrait of sexual violence and the harrowing journey towards recovery taken by four women as they try to rebuild their lives
*If you’ve been affected by any of the issues raised in the programme, you are invited to contact us - for a FREE chat - and see what we can do for you for FREE*
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Reported Benefits from TRE - The Official line