Dream Workshop (Nelson, BC)

/Dream Workshop (Nelson, BC)
Dream Workshop (Nelson, BC)2019-06-07T17:51:17-07:00

. . . Opening the door to your unconscious wisdom

Date:  Saturday June 22, 2019
Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm (1 hr. lunch)
Location: 1209 Falls St., Nelson, BC  V1L 4Y3

** To participate registration is due by June 19, 2019

Cost: 
$85   – whole day
$210 – Family (3 or more)

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This is an experiential workshop where you will learn to access your dreams. This will be done through dream play, observation and inquiry.  Some techniques used are drawn from Jungian, Reichian and Aldlerian psychotherapy, while others are drawn from the magic of the moment.

Get ready to open to a whole new world!

In this workshop you will . . .

  • Open the door to understanding your own unconscious
  • Begin to learn the symbolic language of dreams
  • Access your hidden potential to be more effective in your daily life

This workshop is for individuals  . . .

  • curious about dreams and interpreting them
  • who want to change limiting patterns and beliefs
  • who are counselors and psychotherapists that wish to gain somatic experience in dream interpretation
  • artists that want to develop new depths in their work

My Purpose:

I am dedicated to inspiring individuals, and families to live more harmoniously and vibrantly every day.

Dreams are a simple and magical way to share and connect.  They are an opportunity for healing. I encourage families with teenagers to come together and to share more often, therefore I am offering a family rate to this workshop.

It will be  whole lot of fun and quite profound.

 ~ Making the world more playful and joyful every day, while bring Dreams to Life ~

“In your heart of hearts is the secret dream, the one you so very rarely share.
It longs to break free and infuse your life, but only if you dare.

The elders say, use your dreams – to breakthrough the blocks
. . . and uncover the self-imposed locks

For what awaits, is the liberated heart
Fruit, that connecting to the soul and spirit impart”

Sara Kinakin (2019)