TRE® Provider List

ONLY USE TRE Certified Providers or Certification Trainers listed on this list.  If your TRE provider or trainer is not listed here, one of the following may have occurred:

  • This person never completed their Certification process and does not have the skills and competencies required to teach TRE to others.
  • This person has been de-certified as they were not teaching TRE safely and competently and to the high standards of TRE FOR ALL, Inc.
  • This person chose not to be listed on the TREForAll.org website.

If there are questions about a provider, please send your inquiry to: info@traumaprevention.com

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Mel Lee Provider Name: Mel Lee Certified TRE® Provider Email This Provider Singapore Singapore, USA female Body Worker, Educator, Therapist, Yoga Instructor Chinese, English Yes MEL LEE has been a trainer and educator of movement for 7 years, with a trauma and therapeutic focus for the past 4. She is a Certified global provider for TRE, Registered Biodynamic Craniosacral Therapist, Authorized Educator for GYROTONIC and an advocate for the creative and health potential in holistic, integrated body-mind-spirit modalities. . She brings with her over a decade in professional performance and somatic exploration as a movement artist in Europe and the United States, and a BA previous to that (Swarthmore College, PA) in Anthropology, Theater, and Peace & Conflict Studies. Guiding felt-sense anatomy as movement and meditative resourcing, Mel is grateful to have trained directly under structural anatomists and authors Tom Myers, James Earles; Gyrotonic system founder Juliu Horvath; Body Intelligence founder and author Ged Sumner; Sheila Kean; and as a trained doula, under the women's wisdom and witness of midwife activists Ibu Robin Lim and Debra Pascali-Bonaro. Raised transnationally from the age of 5, Mel is a proponent of understanding the dynamics of identity and culture, tradition and modernity, and relationship to land and placeness in supporting pathways of self-expression and healing. 1