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What is TRE?

Viviane’s specialty, Trauma Release Exercises (TRE®), are a gentle, highly-effective method of easing the imprint of trauma out of the bodily tissues. It is a potent process and Viviane is one of only four people in Atlanta certified in its practice. TRE® consists of seven simple exercises that stretch and slightly fatigue your muscles, evoking a muscular shaking process in the body.

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Viviane Hens

Professional Counselor & Certified Provider of TRE®

I am a native of Belgium. Having relocated to multiple countries, including to Brazil and the US, I consider myself an “expert” in the matter. I speak English, Dutch, Portuguese, French, and German.
I have been on my own conscious life journey for over 20 years and have addressed cross-cultural changes, professional development, and family dynamics relating to marriage, pregnancy, and parenting.

Viviane Specializes in helping people through Trauma
Traumatic events and prolonged stress create chronic pain and tension patterns in our bodies. Other symptoms may include anxiety, depression, insomnia, PTSD or trouble concentrating.
Our bodies compensate by pulling inward to protect our core, but use up a whole lot of energy in the process. This is why people living with prolonged trauma and emotional pain so often have no energy and cannot think clearly.
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Release your stress, trauma, and tension with a TRE session. Contact me to schedule your session today.

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