TRE & Polyvagal Theory – The Safe & Sound Protocol Podcast

This interview on the Safe & Sound Protocol Podcast is the most extensive summary of all I’ve learnt working with more than 5000 people over the last 12 years from a polyvagal-based, movement-oriented, trauma-informed model of TRE.

It provides a number of paradigm-expanding perspectives for both body-based & trauma therapists including the recovery cascade, parasympathetic arousal, neuro-expression, re-embodiment and the reframing of spontaneous, neurogenic movement not only as a natural recovery resource, but as an innate re-organisational impulse in the human body.

With thanks to Joanne McIntyre at the SSP podcast. Please share with others who may benefit from listening to it.

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Richmond Heath

TRE Australia

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