Awakening in the Dream explores dream yoga

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evolver dream yogaEvolver Long Beach presents Awakening in the Dream, a creative gathering exploring the potential of dreams to trigger personal and societal evolution.

On April 29, Long Beach Evolvers will explore Tibetan dream yoga practice with Yoga practitioner Murshida Rudi Kadre, talk with dream interpreter and RealitySandwich.com contributor Amy George, screen a message from psychotherapist and dream explorer Dr. Patricia Gay, discuss our dreams as individuals and as a community, and create music to bring on lucidity, before being led by Sati Ah in a dream yoga sleepover (separate RSVP required for last portion).

Murshida Kadre is a yoga practitioner of 26 years, including the Indian Hatha and Kundalini Yoga, Korean Tao Yoga, Tibetan Yantra and Bon Yoga, and the Middle Eastern Sufi tradition.

It is from the Bon Buddhist tradition from the ancient country of Zhang Zhung (ancient Persia), that she has received Dream and Sleep Yoga practice.  Dream and Sleep yoga is a tradition said to be 18,000 years old, and it is the yoga that she practices daily as her core, personal practice.

Guests are encouraged to bring acoustic instruments, and lots of pillows. Guests will also be asked to take their shoes off at the door, to respect the clean floors of the studio.

Awakening in the Dream begins promptly at 7:30 p.m. at Light and Space Studio on 620 Cherry Avenue. Parking is limited, and early arrival is suggested. There is a small community lot on 4th st. and Cherry that may be used for free. Suggested donation for those attending yoga and dream exploration event is $5 at the door.

After the spore (near Midnight), guests may choose to stay for a Dream Yoga Sleepover. After drinking herbal dream-enhancing tea, yoga instructor Sati Ah will lead a dream exploration. The Dream Yoga Sleepover requires a separate RSVP, and is graciously being done on a donation basis. Email satiah@mac.com to RSVP

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