SPARC is proud to host Virtual Yoga + Dream Lab with Stacy TenHouten and Mercedes Gertz on Wednesdays from 5:30-6:45 PM PST on Zoom.
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Please be sure to register online below or email firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the password for Zoom!
Wednesday, August 12th | 9:00 – 10:15 AM PST | Yoga + Dream Lab
Wednesday, August 19th | 9:00 – 10:15 AM PST | Yoga + Dream Lab
Wednesday, August 26th | 9:00 – 10:15 AM PST | Yoga + Dream Lab
Wednesday, September 2nd | 9:00 – 10:15 AM PST | Yoga + Dream Lab
Wednesday, September 9th | 9:00 – 10:15 AM PST | Yoga + Dream Lab
In these challenging times, it is extremely important that we stay connected to our community. We must remain devoted to nurturing one another and continue to have access to resources that allow us to feel supported, establish balance and remain grounded. SPARC hosts Virtual Yoga + Dream Lab every Wednesday from 5:30-6:45 PM PST with the intention of cultivating tools to calm our nervous system and build community through movement, imagination, and sharing. We will begin each gathering with breath work and yoga led by Stacy TenHouten. Once we are in our bodies, we will open the Dream Laboratory where depth psychologist, Mercedes Gertz, will introduce us to the symbolic language of our dreams, transforming these visions into writings and sketches. These classes are offered as an energy exchange between us. We ask that you consider making a suggested donation between $5.00 and $20.00 to support SPARC in remaining a creative resource for the community.
Please email events@SPARCinLA.org with any questions.
About Yoga + Dream Lab at SPARC
Yoga + Dream Lab Facilitators
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.
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.