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Collaborate with the unknown…
 

Creative Dream Work offers access to the rich and undiscovered content of the unconscious allowing artists of all disciplines to create more authentic work.
 

 
 

 

UPCOMING OFFERINGS

 

 

Creative Practice

Walking into the dream.


This monthly class gives opportunity to practice the work in a safe and sturdy environment. 
 

Led by Kim Gillingham


Friday
March 9 or March 16
12:00pm – 5:00pm

 

Writing From the Unconscious

Unearth new ways of approaching written work by making contact with the unconscious.


Each class will explore a different element of writing be it dialoguing with character, shadow work, exploring an environment, or working with an object/symbol. 

Led by Amanda Lovejoy Street


Saturday
March 31
3:00pm – 5:30pm

 

 
 
 

Contending With the Inner Attacker

Unearth the tools to approach the Inner Attacker with strength and self compassion.

Within the safe container, we will utilize writing, mat work, guided exploration and art work to unearth support in relating to the Inner Attacker.

Led by Amanda Lovejoy Street


Thursday
March 22
7:00pm – 9:30pm

 

 
 
 

The Still Point

Calming the nervous system and entering an open state of creative relaxation.

Through breath, sound and gentle movement we will seek to calm the nervous system, release patterns of haste and stress and rest in the still point. Limited to 6 students.


Led by Kim Gillingham


Monday
March 5
10:30am – 12:30pm

 

Develop Your Work

A semi-private workshop.

Gathering in a small cultivated group of peers, this class gives space and guidance for you to develop your work and bring it through to the world. Limited to 5 students.
 

Led by Kim Gillingham


Monday
March 12
12:00pm – 5:00pm

 

 
 

 
 

"Now is the moment to develop and commit yourself. For we are getting nearer and nearer to the subconscious and the more subtle our work, the better conditioned our physical instrument must be to express it. The work you are doing is difficult, impossible, essential.”

— KONSTANTIN STANISLAVSKI