From Surviving 2 Thriving

Suzanne Butz - PACFA Registered Clinical Counsellor

Stress Relief Guided Sessions with Suzanne Butz

Sessions are held on Sunday evenings from 7pm to 8pm, starting on:

  • Sunday 14th January 2024 for 4 weeks

Your commitment is to attend all 4 sessions

Tremoring can help relieve stress in several ways:

Releases physical tension

When we experience stress, our bodies tense up in preparation for action. This can lead to muscle aches, headaches, and other physical symptoms. Tremoring helps to release this physical tension by shaking out the muscles and allowing them to relax.

Activates the parasympathetic nervous system

The parasympathetic nervous system is responsible for our “rest and digest” response. It slows down the heart rate, breathing, and blood pressure, and promotes a sense of calm. Tremoring can activate the parasympathetic nervous system, helping us to feel more relaxed and at ease.

Releases endorphin

Endorphins are hormones that have mood-boosting and pain-relieving effects. Tremoring can release endorphins, which can help to improve our mood and reduce stress levels.

Dissolves trauma patterns

In some cases, tremoring can also help to dissolve trauma patterns that are held in the body. These patterns can be a source of chronic stress, and releasing them can lead to significant improvement in mental and physical health.

TRE (Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises)

There are a few different ways to induce tremoring for stress relief. One common technique is called TRE (Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises). TRE involves a series of simple movements that are designed to activate the body’s natural tremor response. Another technique is shaking meditation, which involves shaking the body rhythmically to a beat.

If you are interested in trying tremoring for stress relief, it is important to find a qualified practitioner who can teach you the techniques safely and effectively. Suzanne Butz is that Qualified Practitioner.