Free Trauma Therapy Exercise
Soothe The Effects Of Trauma
Helps the body learn to move through the debilitating effects of trauma when talking isn't enough.
Here is a Polyvagal Theory Inspired Exercise to help relieve the effects of trauma on the body and learn to:
Rewire and rebalance the nervous system to rekindle a sense of safety in the body
Rediscover a sense of calm within the body to heal insomnia
Safely shift traumatic memories to relieve worry and intrusive thoughts
Reduce the intensity and frequency of triggers, flashbacks, and nightmares
Reduce patterns of addiction and shame through somatics
Nurture self-empathy to relieve feelings of overwhelm, anxiety, and depression
Reframe deep association with loss and grief to open space for closure and repair
Words seldom capture the experiences of our past. This is because traumatic experiences imprint on our bodies and can manifest as physiological symptoms that can severely impact our daily lives. This is why somatic and movement therapies are recommended to help relearn a sense of safety after trauma.
Rewire Trauma Therapy offers a body-based approach to trauma therapy that combines the works of top experts such as Dr. Peter Levine, Dr. Stephen Porges, Deb Dana, Bruce Perry, Pat Ogden, Bessel van der Kolk, and Gabor Maté.
This trauma therapy exercise can be used to support your own healing journey or be shared with others on their path to trauma recovery.
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Meet Rewire Therapy’s Trauma Healing Experts
Rewire Trauma Therapy carefully curates 10-minute trauma healing exercises from over 8 body-based therapies to release the debilitating effects of trauma in a way that words cannot. Our body-based therapeutic exercises integrate elements from the following:
- Polyvagal Theory inspired vagal toning exercises
- Dance and movement therapies
- Trauma-informed yoga
- Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapies
- Somatic therapies
- Sound and music therapies
- Tai Chi
- Martial arts
- Expressive art therapies
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