SPARC is proud to host Virtual Yoga + Dream Lab with Stacy TenHouten and Mercedes Gertz on Tuesdays from 9:30-10:45 AM on Zoom. 

Click here to open the Zoom link OR use Meeting ID 534 363 5121

Please be sure to register online below or email to receive the password for Zoom!

June 2020:
Tuesday, June 2nd | 9:30-10:45 AM | Yoga + Dream Lab
Tuesday, June 9th | 9:30-10:45 AM | Yoga + Dream Lab
Tuesday, June 16th | 9:30-10:45 AM | Yoga + Dream Lab
Tuesday, June 23rd | 9:30-10:45 AM | Yoga + Dream Lab

Tuesday, June 30th | 9:30-10:45 AM | Yoga + Dream Lab

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Yoga + Dream Lab Facilitators

Photograph of Mercedes Gertz
Mercedes Gertz is an artist, yoga teacher and Depth Psycologist. Her interest in art as a language has informed her artistic practice and community work. Gertz currently has a PhD in the study of Depth Psychology. Her focus is on the study of dreams and Fairy Tales as the symbolic language that articulates what words fail to express. She has been trained as a yoga teacher with Kyra Haglund  and has devoted her investigation on Trauma with Donald Kalsched’s Trauma, Dissociation and the Soul certification at Pacifica Graduate Institute.

Gertz teaches Fairy Tales and Dreams workshops in Mexico, Los Angeles and Paris. Her paintings, conceptual installations and graphic art have been exhibited in Mexico, the United States and Europe.

Stacy TenHouten is a yoga teacher and writer. She has been practicing yoga for 20 years, studying primarily with Mark Whitwell. She received her Teacher Training Certification from Santa Monica Yoga with Nancy Goodstein and Kyra Haglund, and her Trauma Informed Yoga Teaching Certification with Hala Khouri and Kyra Haglund.Stacy bases her teaching on the principals taught by T. Krishnamacharya and his son TKV Desikachar.

Her commitment is to teach a practice that adapts to the individual regardless of body type, age, health, and cultural or religious background. It is her experience and strong belief that through the practice of yoga, ritual and creative expression the healing of trauma can transpire and an authentic and intimate connection with one’s true self is developed.

She has been extremely active in supporting underserved youth in Los Angeles and in 2012 received the Teacher of Hope Award from the City of Los Angeles for her work with children in South Central Los Angeles. Her poetry has been featured in Sex In America: An Anthology of Women’s Love Poetry.