Maybe you know what it’s like to feel unable to control your emotions. You’re walking along having a fine day when all of a sudden you hear a siren or a car backfires and you hit the deck or hide in the bushes. Or, you’re feeling completely at ease in a conversation with someone and […]
Woza Moya is a community-based NGO located in the Ofafa Valley of rural KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.
TRE® Provider Tonja Blom, now residing in the Western Cape, started her certification training in 2014 in Durban.
Manuela Kacinari Wall and Christine Cornick began working with Ottery Youth Care Centre in Cape Town (for Juvenile Offenders) in April 2015 and have so far run a TRE courses with 20 of the staff and 18 of the boys in their care programme. Desiree English also joined the training team for some of the […]
Case study presentation by Dr Melanie Salmon TRE Trainer, Somerset West, Western Cape, South Africa, June 2016
Author: Dr Melanie Salmon – TRE Level III Trainer I had the privilege and pleasure yesterday to revisit the Chrysalis Academy, in Tokia, Cape Town. I interview the staff who deliver TRE to their youth…. they have 200 students residentially going through a 3 month rehabilitation program, 3 times a year. Fifteen of the senior […]
by Hazel Bond It was a great privilege on Wednesday 18 March 2015 to travel to Empangeni, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa to teach TRE to 60 firefighters, policemen & women, life savers & other emergency responders. Doreen Sithole of the Umhlathuze Municipality has had a dream to do this for 2 years since her and […]
by Dr Melanie Salmon Level 3 TRE Trainer and QEC founder I believe that SHAME is seldom talked about and seldom does it appear in the literature on healing modalities. As a Trainer for Practitioners in both TRE (Trauma Releasing Exercises) and QEC (Quantum Energy Coaching), I feel the time has come to shine a […]
We chose MyLife from many that were interested in bringing TRE® into their organisation; both of us passionate about increasing youth awareness, we believed this to be a valuable tool to add to the University of MyLife, an organisation intent on rehabilitating the young, the homeless, the lost and the suffering on the streets of Cape Town, South Africa.
The unconscious und uncontrolled yet natural survival reactions we experience in a traumatic situation are supposed to be temporary and the body should be allowed to return to its natural relaxed state. That is what we expect and what seems to happen: anger calms down, fear is diminished, the broken bone is healed but still […]