TRE Introductory Workshop

June 29, 2019, Saturday | 4 - 5:30 pm | $ 70


Arlene Dijamco, MD,

TRE® is an innovative series of exercises that assist the body in releasing deep muscular patterns of stress, tension and trauma. The exercises safely activate a natural reflex mechanism of shaking or vibrating that releases muscular tension, calming down the nervous system. When this muscular shaking/vibrating mechanism is activated in a safe and controlled environment, the body is encouraged to return back to a state of balance. TRE® is based on the fundamental idea, backed by research, that stress, tension and trauma are both psychological and physical. TRE®’s reflexive muscle vibrations generally feel pleasant and soothing.  After doing TRE®, many people report feelings of peace and well-being.

TRE® is designed to be a self-help tool that, once learned, can be used independently as needed throughout one’s life, thereby continuously supporting and promoting personal health and wellness.  This method has now been taught in forty countries and has helped many thousands of people globally.  More about TRE:
Dr. Arlene Dijamco, MD, is a human dynamo of healing. We are thrilled to have her coming back to Galleywinter Farm after completeing her training, and visint last year with her family.  Arlene is an integrative & transformative physician, pediatrician and cranial osteopath. She is the founder of All Worlds Health & Pediatrics in Roswell, Georgia.  Learn more at

What others have experienced in Arlene's TRE workshops:

"I haven't felt this calm in I don't know how long. I feel a sense of relief like a physical weight has been lifted."   

     "You should teach this in all the schools." (Teenage girl)        

"I sleep so much better after doing TRE." (Woman under stress)         

"Amazing! Totally unexpected and powerfully potent bodily experience with such positive psychological results." (Dr. Steve Fox, Psychology professor)         

“A great experience. Felt relaxed afterwards and mental clarity during the process.” (Stressed student)