TRE®-Bodywork by Dr. David Berceli

Julica Valentiner ist certified TRE-Provider since 2013
Julica Valentiner ist certified TRE-Provider since 2013

TRE-Bodywork

The TRE®-Method which was developed by Dr. David Berceli (US) is a very effective method to get introduced to your own body patterns and shows you a way how to let go of deep tension.

The TRE®-Method activates self healing and self regulating mechanisms in the human body through a self induced body tremor.

Julica and David after a very inspiring TRE®-Development-Training in Berlin 2015.
Julica and David after a very inspiring TRE®-Development-Training in Berlin 2015.

Body memory

In the last couple of years I discovered that some seat position issues seem to come back after a while and bodies go back into their old habbits and tension pattern.  I questioned myself how bodywork needs to be in order to resolve the issues on a deeper underlying level. 

I found  answers in the field of modern trauma research and studies about the psoas muscle.

Practising TRE® is a great preparation for a riding session.
Practising TRE® is a great preparation for a riding session.

shake it off naturally

For more information about  the work of Dr.David Berceli and TRE® go to: www.traumaprevention.com

The Psoas-Muscle in riding

The psoas-muscle is the major hip flexor and influences our ability to move our pelvis, lower back, hip joints and legs.  These areas are of great importance in riding.  If they are not loose and supple one can not follow the horse's motion.

The psoas-muscle belongs to the group of the stress and trauma related muscles. 

These muscles are subject to chronical tension.

The TRE®-Method can help to reduce tension in your body, enabling the body to let go and become pulsating and peaceful.


Sitzkunst-Allowing Motion through Awareness