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TRE® with Rachel Chenoweth

Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises or TRE ® was developed by Dr. David Berceli. TRE® is made up of seven simple exercises that assist the body in releasing muscular patterns of stress, trauma, and tension. Register early to ensure your spot. Participation is limited to 4 clients.

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TRE® with Rachel Chenoweth
TRE® with Rachel Chenoweth

Time & Location

Jan 22, 2022, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM CST

Online Event

About the Event

This one hour virtual TRE® event will be led by Rachel Chenoweth. Learn more about this practice below.

What is TRE®?

Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises or TRE® was developed by Dr. David Berceli. TRE® is made up of seven simple exercises that assist the body in releasing muscular patterns of stress, trauma, and tension.

How does TRE® work?

TRE® gradually fatigues muscle groups, resulting in activation of a natural reflex mechanism of shaking or vibrating. This results in the release of muscular tension and calming of the nervous system.

What are some benfits of TRE®?

Participants have reported many benefits from practicing TRE® including decreased worry & anxiety, more energy & endurance, better sleep, and reduced muscle pain.

Are there any risks associated with TRE®?

You should only participate in TRE® if you have been cleared by your medical doctor for light exercise. If you experience any pain during the exercises, please consult your Certified TRE® Practitioner. TRE® is not recommended in pregnant women.

If you have been diagnosed with any psychiatric conditions including post-traumatic stress disorder, please let your Certified TRE® Practitioner know.

Can emotions emerge while practicing TRE®?

Every individual’s experience with TRE® is unique. During the exercises, some individuals report feeling relaxed. Others may feel like laughing. Occasionally, participants may feel sad. It is important to establish self-regulating skills with your TRE® provider so that you are able to pause or stop the process if you begin to feel fatigued or overwhelmed. Many can benefit from shorter TRE® practices, and gradually increase the duration of these exercises.

How should I expect to feel after doing TRE®?

Many feel relaxed or tired after a session of TRE®. Others feel more energized!

It is recommended that you drink a lot of water following TRE® and many find Epsom salt baths to be helpful.

Learn more about your provider: Rachel Chenoweth:

Rachel Chenoweth, BSN, RN, CLC has been a Certified TRE® provider since November of 2017. She earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Nursing and a minor in Spanish for the Healthcare Profession from the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire in 2012. Rachel practices as a child/adolescent psychiatric nurse at a local hospital. She is currently pursuing a Doctorate of Nursing Practice in Psychiatric/Mental Health from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Rachel has utilized TRE® in her daily life for the past 2.5 years following a traumatic experience. She has seen TRE® decrease the effects of stress, anxiety, and trauma in her own life, as well as others that she has had the pleasure of teaching. Rachel can be reached at rachelpchenoweth@gmail.com if you have any further questions about TRE®.

Register early to ensure your spot. Participation is limited to 4 clients per session. If you would like to inquire about another time option or be added to the waitlist please let us know at info@truelinefitness.com

Schedule


  • 1 hour

    TRE® Agenda

Tickets

  • TRE® with Rachel Chenoweth

    $15.00
    +$0.38 service fee

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$0.00

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