Trainer in Quebec
Denis Fréchette
Chantal Varin
Diane Messier

Trainer in New-Brunswick
Chantal Varin

Trainer in Ontario
Marise Foster

Trainer in British Columbia
Elyza Maennlings

Trame certification entails 165 hours of training.  In order to become a certified Trame Practitioner, participants must complete the three levels of training: Trame I, Trame II and Trame III. They must meet all the requirements for each level and pass the certification exam.

For accredited Practitioners, advanced levels of training are available.

Each Trainer is recognized by Patrick Burensteinas, the creator of Trame Therapeutic Technique, and accredited by Diane Messier, Trainer of Trainers named by Patrick Burensteinas.  These Trainers are committed to respecting the norms established by the above mentioned during the training of futurePractitioners.  They are also empowered to offer advanced levels of training of Trame Therapeutic Technique.

t the request of Mr. Burensteinas and out of respect for his Work, only the trainers listed on this site are accredited to use the name of Trame and to deliver the quality and standards of established teachings associated with this technique.  

Trame I

Duration : 45 hours
Class training : 26 hours
Case studies record keeping at home : 18 hours
Case study coaching : 1 hour

At this level students are able to provide a basic Trame treatment. They develop their knowledge by practicing on individuals at home. They deepen their understanding of the effects of the treatments by keeping detailed records and by discussing the various components of the treatment with their Trainer.

All case study records must be completed in full and submitted along with a written personal insight summary prior to Trame II training.

Level 1 defines the philosophy of the vibrational aspect of the Therapeutic Technique of Trame, its’ discovery and its’applications. Students learn to become aware of the different obstructions or blockages in the human body in order to restore coherence. By using the sequence of the 16 hand positions and their associated breaths and intentions, students will discover the blueprint of information, also known as the trame of the body, the axes, the sinusoid wave and the circulation of information within the human body. Level 1 also touches briefly on the three types of pathologies according to the philosophy of Trame.

Trame II

Duration : 94 hours
Class training : 26 hours
Case studies and record keeping at home : 54 hours
Compilation of statistics of the 36 treatments : 9 hours
Case study coaching : 5 hours

After completing Trame II, students will provide a more in-depth Trame session. Students will have acquired new skills to effectively clear and align the trame of the individual and deepen their practice while using new tools.  They will also learn to make the correlation between the tools used and the reactions observed by the receiver in order to understand the far-reaching effects of the treatment.

Students must have successfully completed Trame I.
They will be required to submit completed case study documents as well as a summary of acquired insights prior to starting Trame III.

Level 2 allows for the understanding of how the information circulates on the trame of the body. Students learn to identify crystallisations and knots as well as advanced methods to liberate them from the body.  Students are guided in increasing their sensitivity, which will lead them to a greater understanding of the technique. They will deepen their ability to calibrate with the receiver. They will learn to work with new tools and to recognize their effects on an individual. By keeping detailed notes for each case study, the students become skilled at identifying and explaining to their receivers the results and benefits with proven statistics.

Trame III

Duration : 26 hours
Class training : 26 hours

Students must have successfully completed Trame II training. They must have acquired fluidity in their practice of the technique and must also demonstrate ease in their capacity to use the tools learned in Trame II.  All case study documents must be completed and submitted. Students must also submit a summary of acquired insights before the beginning of Trame III.

Students deepen their knowledge by giving treatment with the new tools learned.  At this stage they are capable of giving a treatment at a higher level.  They learn to perceive correlations between the tools used and the reactions observed in the body of the receiver, a practice which helps to broaden their understanding of the far-reaching advantages of the Therapeutic Technique of Trame.


Level 3 emphasises a deeper understanding and use of breath, intention and how to perceive the vibration of subtle energy within the human body. The students will gain insight into how to discern and classify pathologies into three distinct types according to Trame philosophy. They will also learn three new tools, which will allow them to delve deeper into their ability to adjust the information that circulates on the trame of the body. Students will also be coached in basic professional ethics and record keeping.

Certification exam.

Students become fully certified and will be issued a diploma after successfully completing the practical examination.


Once certified, the student is recognized as an accredited Practitioner of the Therapeutic Technique of Trame and can now publicise as such.