|If you would like to look at details of currently scheduled courses, please select Course Details. If you are interested in becoming a Trager Practitioner, please select How to become a Practitioner.If you are a Practitioner and wish to upload details of a course, please login to access the Upload Course page.People train in the TragerApproach for many reasons: personal development, to help themselves or family members with a condition, or because they wish to be a practitioner. If you would like to attend an Introductory Workshop, or have one take place in your local area or organisation, please contact: Martin Clout, Harry Dalford, Mary Hall, Jenny Hare, Julie Kingston Dalford. Their details are on Find A Practitioner.“After my first Trager session the back pain I had been having was much less. After a few more sessions I began to wake up in the mornings with the feeling I was actually having a Trager session and having my legs extended. I began practising and enjoying Mentastics and found myself massively drawn to the Trager philosophy of ‘How can things be lighter? How can they be easier?’ I began to see the parallels with the letting go of emotional and mental patterns in my life and how Trager could help facilitate this for me. I decided to study Trager to become a practitioner and further my own letting go and releasing, and help facilitate that of others.”
-Jon Stern, Trager Student.