Stress and Trauma Relief Workshop

Under pressure?Under pressure? Relieve stress and trauma naturally.

Trauma Release Exercises remind our bodies how to relieve stress and trauma in the way humans always have. Unfortunately, we’ve learned to suppress this natural response, which leads to the stress that now underlies up to 95 percent of all doctor visits.

This full-day workshop is open to everyone and can help if:

  • you’re looking for ways to stay healthy in spite of stressors that you can’t eliminate.
  • you’ve experienced trauma and want to heal without having to relive your traumatic experience.

About Trauma Release Exercises

Trauma Release Exercises (TRE®) are a set of stretches and exercises that wake up your body’s natural means of relieving stress and trauma and remind it how to recover. TRE was created by David Berceli, PhD, to empower people in war-torn countries and natural disaster areas to relieve stress and trauma on their own. In areas where people have no access to mental healthcare providers, where the number of traumatized people far outweighs the number of aid workers, or where poverty prevents people from paying for mental healthcare, TRE enables people to heal themselves. Once you’ve learned TRE, you can do the exercises as often as you like in the privacy of your home and facilitate your recovery from illness, stress, and trauma.

About the facilitator:
Christine Steward RMT, TRE Mentor, Level III trainee

For the past 20 years, Christine Steward has maintained a private practice as a registered massage therapist. She was introduced to TRE in 2010 and has been promoting TRE in Western Canada since its creator, David Berceli, PhD, invited her into the Level lll training program. She is deeply committed to sharing the benefits of TRE with others, whether it be private or group sessions, providing training for Level l or Level ll trainees, or leading workshops.

Date and time

May 10, 2014
9 a.m.-4:30 p.m.


The historic Bayview School
5611 Bayview Rd.
Langley, WA 98260

This training has been relocated to the fire station in Freeland, which at 5535 Cameron Rd. We apologize for this unexpected change in venue.


Regular registration is $125. Emergency responders and multiple registrations get 10 percent ($12.50) off.


Because space is limited, registration and prepayment are required. Please fill out and submit the form below, and we’ll let you know how, and how much, to pay.