Triumph Beyond Trauma Podcast – For First Responders & Veterans

Welcome to Episode 13 of Triumph Beyond Trauma – our guest this week, Richmond Heath, brings a unique perspective to our usual line up of first responders and veterans.

Richmond shares his compelling journey from being a high-performing physiotherapist and athlete to dealing with chronic pain and burnout. Unable to continue his usual physical activities due to debilitating injuries, he turned to alternative methods like mindfulness and meditation for relief.

Richmond experienced a transformative shift during a 10-day silent meditation retreat, discovering the power of spontaneous body movements. This led him to explore TRE (Tension & Trauma Release Exercises), a life-changing practice that has helped him understand and manage stress, trauma, and anxiety.

Richmond’s story resonates with many who operate beyond their capacity, including first responders, veterans and frontline workers. He delves into the science behind TRE, explaining how it works and why it’s so effective in releasing tension and trauma stored in the body.

Join us for a thought-provoking conversation that offers valuable insights into managing stress and burnout. Richmond’s experience serves as a powerful reminder of the importance of listening to our bodies and finding holistic ways to maintain mental and physical well-being.

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