Mind and body connection after trauma.
As I listened to Sae, I have a new understanding about living in my head, and not connecting to my body. It is the power of fear and trauma that often mean we are not connecting to our whole self. I am learning to be more connecting to my whole body and I hope you will also.
Sae is a certification trainer for TRE - Tension and trama release exercise. She is one of only 4 trainers in Asia. She is located in Japan at the base of Mount Fuji. She has a long history of international humanitarian work.
Sae loves that people who are affected by natural disasters, war zones, and major stressors are able to release the trauma using TRE. She is concerned that trauma of this magnitude carries on through generations if it is not released. The impact on future generations is a powerful driver for her to continue to do her work.
International aid comes in terms that are measurable and quantifable, such as tents, schools, or buildings. However the affects on people are not easily measurable or quantifable and the money to support the work to change people's stress levels is not a focus. It is important to showcase what the opportunities to work with our body first, and create a connection that allows us to feel our whole body, rather than just living in our head.
Sae is passionate about supporting the changes necessary to help connect both mind and body connect after a trauma.
You can learn more about TRE at traumaprevention.com/ or learn about the work Sae does through her website - www.saekani.com/english
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Special thanks to Patrick Thompson for the music and Sam Theriault (my 13 year old son) for video editing.