Trauma Release of a Polar Bear (Video)

Here is a video that shows the trauma release process in a polar bear after it has been traumatized (by the people who’re taking the video).

The “shaking response” you see in the video is what is invoked during Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE).
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What is TRE?

Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE) is an easy to learn body-centered method created by Dr. David Berceli.  It is a simple technique that helps releases stress or tension from the body that accumulate from every day circumstances of life, from difficult situations, immediate or prolonged stressful situations (e.g. anxiety, depression), or traumatic life experiences (i.e., natural disasters, social or domestic violence, PTSD).  Click here to learn more.

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The Ubuntu Group

In Southern California, we start each Ubuntu Group with TRE.  If you’d like more information, please visit our website at http://livingubuntu.org/events or call (949) 891-2005.
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About Living Ubuntu

We are a non-profit organization with a focus on mind-body issues, specifically health and well-being, and the effects of stress, trauma and compassion fatigue. We seek to increase awareness of the global and local impact of these issues, build a sense of community, and encourage living a more fully embodied life.

Find more more about us at http://livingubuntu.org.

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3 thoughts on “Trauma Release of a Polar Bear (Video)

  1. Pingback: Dr. Robert Scaer thoughts on Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises (Video) | Living Ubuntu Blog

  2. Pingback: What is TRE? | Living Ubuntu Blog

  3. Pingback: David Berceli explains TRE | Living Ubuntu Blog

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