…[most] are not aware of the lack of aliveness in their bodies. People are so accustomed to thinking of the body as an instrument or a tool of the mind that they accept its relative deadness as a normal state. …what is important is how the body feels.
– Alexander Lowen
Next Saturday, September 26, 10a – noon, Living Ubuntu is hosting Intro to TRE – Fundraiser: Trauma Recovery for East African Refugees. Many of you are familiar with this method, created by Dr. David Berceli. For those of you that aren’t, I want to encourage you to come give it a try. (See: What is TRE?)
I first learned Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE) from Dr. Berceli back in 2004, and it is not an exaggeration to say it dramatically changed my life and the path I was pursuing. The story is too long for email, so if you want to hear it, we need to meet up for coffee ;)
By now I have had the privilege of teaching thousands of people, and countless times I have heard how it helped them sleep better. The list of additional benefits is long. For those who continue to practice it over time, stories of significant healing and a way of being able to enjoy living differently in their own skin are plentiful. Recently, I even heard a story about how it helped someone’s tennis game :)
I am very passionate about the wish for us all to have more access to compassion and live more embodied, healthy lives, so I could go on and on. Instead, I am just going to issue the invitation again – come give it a try and see how you feel.
To RSVP, send an email to: email@example.com.
Beyond personal benefit, 100% of this event’s proceeds will support Trauma Recovery for East African Refugees in San Diego being able to continue their own TRE practice. So come help yourself, and help others at the same time.
If you can’t attend, consider making a contribution: DONATE HERE.
We have lots of great stuff going on, so make sure to scroll down and check out the calendar below to see the upcoming events.
Thank you for being involved,
Barbara English, LMFT, CBT, TRE Trainer
Founder and Executive Director, Living Ubuntu
[Ubuntu] n. Every human being truly becomes a human by means of relationships with other human beings
International Day of Peace at Golden West College – come visit the Living Ubuntu booth!
Monday, September 21, 10a-12:45p
Intro to TRE – Fundraiser: Trauma Recovery for East African Refugees – quarterly
Saturday September 26, 10a–noon (next: January 9)
TRE for Men in the East African Community – monthly
Sunday September 27, 3p-5p (next: October 25 , November 15, December 13)
A Screening of “Merchants of Doubt” – OCCA – RSVP on line (free)
Sunday September 27, 6:30p–9p
Tension and Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE) “Group Shake” – 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month
Thursday, October 1, 4-5p
Newport Beach CA
Orange County for Climate Action (OCCA) Meeting – 3rd Wednesday of the month
Wednesday, October 2, 6:30-8p
1151 Dove Street #210, Newport Beach CA
(What is OCCA?)
TRE for Women in the East African Community – monthly
Saturday October 3, 10a-noon – (next: November 14, December 5)
TRE Global Certification Module II
Friday October 9 – Sunday October 11
Climate Action Rally At Orange Circle – (OCCA) – new!
Wednesday October 14, noon
A Special Evening with Gene Baur: Living the Farm Sanctuary Life – (OCCA) – RSVP on line (free)
Wednesday October 14 7-8p (book signing after program)
Living Ubuntu Volunteer and Planning Meeting – 3rd Tuesday of the month
Tuesday, October 20, 6-7:30p, 2424 SE Bristol Street #300, Newport Beach CA
(If you are late, the door will be locked. Call: 949.246.2969 to be let in.)
Conference number: 951.262.4343 | Access code: 377504
Neurogenic Yoga in the Park (Orange County) — more info soon
Saturday October 24 10a-noon
Climate Action – (OCCA) — save the date!
Sunday, November 29 (afternoon)
2016 (TRE) Global Certification Trainings