Living Ubuntu

TRE: The Follow Up

presented by
Living Ubuntu
San Diego Institute for Bioenergetic Analysis

Learning anything new takes time and repeated practice before it feels familiar. At the
follow-up gathering we will review the Trauma Releasing Exercises in a supportive
group setting, as well as discuss topics related to TRE practice such as:

  • What has your experience been like so far?
  • Making use of it with your family or friends
  • How to implement it in your professional life
  • Explore other applications for TRE

Trauma Releasing Exercises (TRE) is a breakthrough in trauma recovery and stress management. It is a body centered method of recovery that helps release the deep chronic tension created in a body during a traumatic or stressful experience. It is easily learned, immediately effective and self-empowering because it can be used without the guidance of a therapist. This method has been used successfully in over 10 different countries with families, organizations, and schools in diverse populations and cultures. 

Here is feedback from attendees of a TRE workshop. 

Dates and location

Since we had people from all over Southern California attend the TRE: Using the Body to Heal workshop we are holding two follow ups.

Saturday, May 24th 2008
10am - noon

Terri's office:
333 Olive Street
San Diego, CA 92103
Saturday, June 7th 2008
10am - noon

Barbara's office:
1151 Dove St. Suite 210
Newport Beach, CA 92660

$15 suggested donation
(No one turned away for lack of funds) 


Registration online is extremely easy and convenient.  There is a $15 suggested donation for this event (primarily to cover costs for facility rental).  No one will be turned away for lack of funds. 

Register for the T.R.E. Follow Up


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us.  Or call us at (949) 979-2544.

"The inner development of compassion, caring and sensitivity to the pain of humanity emerges as a result of recovering from one's own painful experiences of life."
(David Berceli)

Please wear soft, flexible clothing that does not restrict movement.  For your comfort, bring a large towel or mat to lie down on during exercises.  While safe and effective, participation in TRE could lead to physical or emotional upset.  Each participant needs to stay within his/her physical limits and abilities.