Yoga or TRE?
Updated: Sep 15
I strongly feel there's no 'either – or' and that TRE doesn't have to compete with anything.
TRE is tremendous and more and more people recognise this and experience its benefits – some sooner, some later as it was the case for myself.
What I am passionate about, though, is that everybody should at least know what TRE is and how it can support us.
Everybody can benefit from practising TRE – see, I didn't say one must have experienced big T trauma in order to get TRE's benefits.
I made that wrong assumption myself thinking “I don't need TRE, I thankfully haven't experienced trauma”.
So, don't be so easily fooled.
TRE is tremendous for so many health challenges that are based on too much tension in the body – and that's the reason for quite a lot of issues, e.g.
Quite often I talk to people who say they don't need TRE as they practise yoga.
Great, if that helps them and they are happy with their practise.
Having said that, it always reminds me of a quote by Adrienne of Yoga with Adrienne who said:
“Through daily yoga and breath practice, we develop a deeper awareness of where we are holding tension and trauma."
OK, nice to know, I'd say, but I'd like to add:
“By practising TRE, we can release the tension, aches, pains, anxiety and trauma we are holding in our bodies!"
Isn't that what we really want? Getting rid of it?
What would you like to get rid of?
You deserve to feel so much better!