Trauma Release Exercises are a non-verbal and body based way of both dealing with stress and trauma and preventing it.
It helps us to reclaim the natural ‘shake it off’ mechanism we see in mammals.

Also see the related pioneering work on the somatic and relational reality of trauma by Peter Levine, such as his book Waking the Tiger.  It is not all in your mind!

Photography credits
Barn Owl feather by Melanie Lindenthal – by kind permission.
Creative Commons images – Reproduced with gratitude. Please click the links below to find out more.
Greeting the sun by Jan Kaluza
Cayman sunset by goatling
Cherry blossom by Pixella
Cowslips by PhotoMIX
Fresco showing a woman so-called Sappho holding writing implements, from Pompeii, Naples National Archaeological Museum