Creative Practice

An immersive afternoon of exploration.

This monthly class gives opportunity to practice the work in a safe and sturdy environment. Working privately within the group container, we will drop in and creatively explore material from the unconscious working with dreams, the body, breath, voice and sometimes, each other.

Led by Kim Gillingham


Writing From The Unconscious

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

There will be a guided drop in with breath and body to land in a meditative state where we will explore our creative work through voice, gesture and embodied imagination. We will then come up and bring what we discovered into writing. Before we close, we will circle up and speak to what we found and share or not share the written work. Limited to 7 students.

Led by Amanda Lovejoy Street


The Loft Sessions

Open and explore.

For those who prefer working in a smaller group - The Loft Sessions offer a grounded space to experiment with different ways to make contact with the unconscious and rouse your soul. Limited to 7 students.

Led by Amanda Lovejoy Street


A Morning of Dream Work

A simple, Saturday way to open your body, imagination and dreams.

Wake up and dream work. Come to a Saturday morning practice that will include a still-point drop in, guidance through mat work exploration of your dream images, and ample time to bring your findings into creative expression with art supplies and writing.

Led by Kim Gillingham


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 7 students.

Led by Kim Gillingham


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








I believe that we learn by practice and practice means to perform over and over again in the face of all obstacles, some act of vision, of faith, of desire.