Upcoming Events Outside of IDS


Spring 2019 Schedule

Join Tzivia Gover

The Yoga of Dreams 

  • February 3-7
  • Located at Sivananda Ashram Yoga Retreat in Paradise Island, Bahamas
  • Enhance your yogic lifestyle by developing a deeper relationship with your dreams. Learn how to listen to your dreams for wise guidance, self-knowledge, and powerful healing. This program draws from various traditions including Tibetan dream yoga, Jungian psychology, meditation, and pranayama.
  • Click here for more info and to sign up today! 

Dreaming Toward Bliss Workshop

  • March 28
  • Located at the Dreaming and Healing Conference in San Miguel Allende, Mexico
  • Practice hands-on dreamwork exercises, circle work, creative and experiential activities to gain greater insight into your dreams, hopes and projections, your waking life, the development of your self and your health.
  • Click here for more info and to sign up today! 


Join Justina Lasley

Dream Synergy: Learning to Find Meaning and Guidance in your Dreams

  • January 26-February 17
  • Located online
  • Are you using the incredible wisdom, creativity and insight available to you each night? In this experiential DreamSynergy™ workshop, Justina Lasley guides you through practical exercises for understanding the meaning of your dreams so that you develop skills for becoming your own dream counselor.
  • Click here for more info and to sign up today! 

Facilitating Dream Groups: Working Together to Go Within at SCCA Conference

  • February 21
  • Located at the 55th Annual South Carolina Counseling Association Conference (SCCA) at the Westin Resort in Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
  • Participants will explore the process of organizing and leading dream groups and acquire new tools for group leadership and dream work. We will explore step-by-step processes for creating dream groups with your clients/students, and learn the importance of energy and emotions.
  • Click here for more info and to sign up today! 


“Learning more about dreams through IDS has allowed for more productive dream work, creating some deeper, honest reflection that has led to effortful change.”

-Chad Walters, British Columbia, IDS Certification Graduate