My Dream Story
Freuid, Jung, Adler,
Toko-pa Turner, Clarissa Pincola Estes, Marion Woodman
Our bodies hold both trauma and a wealth of resources. They have information and if we listen can reveal secrets. Our dreams help us process daily information and experiences. Exploring our dreams allow us to connect deeply to our longings, understand our fears, find medicine for old traumas and get a sense of where our life force wants to take us next.
Somatic Dream exploration supports our own connection with your dreams. It does not offer a dictionary definition of a dream symbol. Instead it offers an experience that allows you to discover a personal meaning for the symbols found in the dreams.
Sometimes dreams can draw attention to a physical symptom or emotional struggle of which we are not yet aware. Somatic dream exploration can support the dreamer become more conscious of what is changing in their body, psyche, and life and might need attention.
These dreams may draw attention to a physical symptom or issue of which we are not yet aware. By working with the area of the body that was depicted in the dream, the somatic movement therapist or body therapist can help the individual become more cognizant of what is changing and might need attention.
How does dream work look like
How can we work together?