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Trager in Surrey

Broome, Station Road, Bramley,
Gulidford
Surrey
GU5 0AY
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Julie Kingston is a Licensed Trager Practitioner having followed the training curriculum administered by Trager UK. The Trager Approach is a gentle but profound form of mind-body work. It releases patterns of tension in the body and mind through nurturing touch and free flowing movements. Trager is gentle and pleasurable, yet the effects are deep and long lasting. A Trager Session may last between 60 to 90 minutes. No oils or lotions are used and the Client may wear light comfortable clothing or just underwear. Although each session is complete in itself; positive effects are cumulative. Clients find they benefit greatly from the educational effect of a series of sessions tailored to their individual needs. The Trager Approach has brought benefit to and helped to manage a wide range of conditions, including: back and neck pain, stress, everyday aches and pains, limited movement, post-traumatic stress disorder, head aches, poor posture, depression, ME, physical and emotional trauma, MS, cerebral palsy, post-polio syndrome, Parkinson''s, sports and work related injuries, carpel tunnel syndrome, fibromyalgia, sciatica. Because of the remarkable way that Trager opens out the body, it is increasingly being used by high calibre performing artists and sports people to develop their skills, maintain suppleness and support peak performance.


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