SCHEDULE

WEEKLY CLASSES

DREAM YOGA 

Wednesday 930-1030pm CT

ONLINE

Lucid Dreaming has been practiced by numerous cultures from Tibetan Buddhists to the Toltecs of Mexico. Most recently this art has been refined in the West thanks to many scientific advances and discoveries. This class integrates the collective knowledge of these practices in a blend of gentle, restorative postures, pranayama, and guided meditations to promote sleep, inspire the imagination, and encourage lucid dreams. Have some extra pillows, blankets, and your Dream Journal. This class can be practiced directly from bed for a restorative night of sleep.  

YOGA NIDRA 

Thursday 6-630pm CT

ONLINE

Lucid Dreaming has been practiced by numerous cultures from Tibetan Buddhists to the Toltecs of Mexico. Most recently this art has been refined in the West thanks to many scientific advances and discoveries. This class integrates the collective knowledge of these practices in a blend of gentle, restorative postures, pranayama, and guided meditations to promote sleep, inspire the imagination, and encourage lucid dreams. Have some extra pillows, blankets, and your Dream Journal. This class can be practiced directly from bed for a restorative night of sleep.  

MONTHLY CLASSES

DEATH CAFÉ / Third Saturdays. Times and Locations TBD

A Death Café is a group-directed discussion to talk openly about our thoughts, ideas, feelings surrounding death, and our own mortality. As this pandemic claims more lives each day, it is now more important than ever to begin to actively participate in our grief, both individually and collectively. We have not only lost members of our community, but jobs, a sense of normalcy, freedom of movement, and touch, among others. 

We are currently holding Death Café at various locations over the summer. If you're interested in attending please send an email via the contact page or send a DM via IG @alej_salinas

DREAM CIRCLE/ 1st Thursday 7-9pm ONLINE

A Death Café is a group-directed discussion to talk openly about our thoughts, ideas, feelings surrounding death, and our own mortality. As this pandemic claims more lives each day, it is now more important than ever to begin to actively participate in our grief, both individually and collectively. We have not only lost members of our community, but jobs, a sense of normalcy, freedom of movement, and touch, among others. Death Café is a safe space to vocalize what you've been processing and have virtual space be held for you.