Update 9/25: We are now full for this mini workshop.
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Intro to TRE – Fundraiser:
Trauma Recovery for East African Refugees
Saturday, September 26, 2015
10:00am – 12:00pm
4001 Birch St. Unit A
Newport Beach CA 92660
Minimum suggested donation: $20.00
Pay at the door, or donate here.
ALL PROCEEDS WILL BENEFIT:
Phase 4: Continuing in the Community
(Trauma Recovery for East African Refugees in San Diego)
Come learn Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE) and help the East African refugee community in San Diego all at the same time!
We have successfully completed the first three phases of this project, and now need contributions to support continuing the healing in this often over-looked local community.
Can’t attend, but want to donate? Great!
– The studio has a hard floor — please bring a yoga mat or blanket to lie down on.
– Wear soft, comfortable clothing that allows for ease of movement and breathing.
– Participation in somatic exercises, while safe and effective, could lead to physical or emotional upset. Each participant needs to stay within their own physical and emotional ability.
WHAT IS TRE?
Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE) is an easy to learn body-centered method created by Dr. David Berceli. Successfully used in many different countries and conflict zones, it is a simple technique that helps release stress or tension from the body that accumulates from every day circumstances of life, difficult situations, immediate or prolonged stressful situations, or traumatic life experiences (e.g., natural disasters, social or domestic violence, PTSD). Symptoms of unresolved trauma or chronic stress may include difficulties such as anxiety, depression, insomnia, body pain or trouble concentrating.
TRE consists of six simple exercises that help individuals release tension from the muscles, which in turn relaxes the anxiety of our minds, by evoking a muscular shaking process in the body. The exercises elicit this shaking in a controlled and sustained manner. When evoked in this way, this shaking, also called “self-induced therapeutic tremors” or “neurogenic tremors”, begins to release deep chronic muscular tension held within the body.
For more info about TRE, visit: traumaprevention.com
Still not sure what TRE is? Check out the videos below.
- · What is TRE?
- · David Berceli explains TRE
- · Dr. Robert Scaer, thoughts on Tension & Trauma Releasing Exercises
Barbara English, LMFT is a Licensed Marriage Family Therapist, Certified Bioenergetic Therapist, Certified TRE Provider, and TRE Certification Trainer with over 20 years of experience in psychotherapy. Her training included a strong focus on Early Development and Infant Mental Health. Working from a mind-body perspective, she utilizes relational somatic methods as part of the healing process for those seeking recovery after abuse or trauma. Recognizing that current Western models of recovery are grossly inadequate for addressing the pervasiveness of traumatized societies, locally and globally, she founded Living Ubuntu in 2005 and serves as its volunteer Executive Director. She is a 2009 Carl Wilkens Fellow. (livingubuntu.org)
CONTACT: email@example.com, 949-891-2005
Special thanks to Piper Sample and Flowering Seed Studio for donating their space and hosting us for this event :)