t’s time! Make plans now to join a spring dream group. We’ll start in January and run through April, meeting the 1st and 3rd weeks of each month for a total of 6-8 sessions, as your group chooses.
I have some openings in the Tuesday and Thursday evening groups: contact me to learn more: email@example.com
New groups available during the daytime and on Wednesday nights.
Learn more on my Dream Group page.
Happy to answer questions! Contact me for details.
Nodding off by the fire? Dozing late on a cold morning? Extra sleep is such a gift!
Extend the gift of sleep with the gift of dreamwork for yourself or a friend. Now is the time to book a dream group or dream session at 2019 rates before they go up in January.
Contact me here to book up to 4 sessions at $75 each or to lock in your 6-session dream group for $120.
Intro Classes Here and There
At Fire By Night
Free Intro to Dreamwork classes and Open House at Fire by Night -Sunday Jan 12 2:00-3:30 -Sunday Jan 19 2:00-3:30
Come for a short, experiential intro to Jungian-oriented dreamwork. You’ll learn the basics of Jungian dream theory and try out three techniques for exploring your own dreams. You’ll also experience a dream group demo.
These two workshops cover the same material, so choose the one that’s most convenient for you.
Held in Marston Hall at Glendale Methodist Church, 900 Glendale Lane. Enter through the door off the parking lot. We’ll be at the end of the long hallway. RSVP helpful but not necessary. Come and bring a friend!
At University School of Nashville: USN Evening Classes
Thursday Jan 23 Thursday Jan 30
The USN Evening Classes offer a great way to delve deeper into Jungian-based dream theory and dreamwork.
We’ll explore ideas about the dream source, from neurological processing and sleep science to Freud and Jung to dream wisdom in Jewish, Buddhist, Muslim, and Christian thought.
You’ll learn practical ways to approach a dream, play with possible meanings, and integrate “aha” insights into waking life for personal growth. We’ll balance an academic discussion on dreams with some ways to embody your dream energies through mandalas, masks, and poem-crafting.
Classes meet at University School of Nashville, 2000 Edgehill Ave. Preview of course offering at www.eveningclasses.org available Dec. 6 Registration opens Dec. 12.
Also of Interest
Art Exhibition at Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery “Symbols and Archetypes: Two Millenia of Recurring Visions in Art” Through Dec 14, Vanderbilt Fine Arts Gallery, Cohen Memorial Hall, 1220 21st Avenue South.
This gallery presentation takes as its point of departure Carl Jung’s 1912 publication Symbols of Transformation, which frames the unconscious as a collective psyche, and the instinctive force driving visions to reappear time and again throughout human history—in dreams, religions, folklore and art from across the world.