Introduction to Dream Yoga (Art/Heart Centred)

A 5 week Heart/Arts based introduction to dream yoga.

This workshop introduces participants to dream yoga, its set of meditations and basic techniques to develop lucid dreaming. Participants will also learn about the neurophysiology of dreams, according to Neuro Scientist Stephen LaBerge and Carl Jung's approach to dreams. My approach to dream yoga is heart centred, so there will be some work with the heart and the feelings of the dream. Some of the expected activities will include dream journaling, dream sharing,  and arts-based methods of working with dreams, involving drawing and painting.

We will meet and work in the evenings (8.30 PM to 10.30 PM) and each session concludes with a Yoga Nidra while lying down, preparing you to fall asleep and eventually remember your dreams. 

Dream Yoga is a yoga of the mind that uses advanced lucid dreaming methods to utilize sleep and dreams, as tools to self-knowledge and spiritual evolution.

I learned the ancient Tibetan Buddhist tradition of dream yoga since 2015 through the work of  B Alan Wallace. I have since then developed my own unique way of working with dreams, using art and embodiment, operating from the heart. 


The workshop will happen online on zoom.

Key dates

5 Tuesdays: 10th 17th, 24th November and 1st and 8th of December.


from 8.30 to 10.30 PM (London time)


50 £ for the whole course

(concessions available, please email me if needed). 

There will be recordings of the sessions for any missed days.

About Maria Lusitano

I am Maria Lusitano, an artist, energy healer and teacher. My unique line of work weaves western science, spirituality, energy medicine, heart-centred mystical practices and art. I concluded a Master in fine art and then a PhD at the University of Westminster in 2015. I also hold a degree in Medicine concluded in 1997 (Portugal, EU) and was a practising doctor for 10 years.  Since 2011 I engaged in a focused spiritual journey, and relentless quest for truth, working intensely with Tibetan Buddhist Dzogchen teachings, and exploring Sufism, both traditions working with dreams, leading to a spiritual awakening in 2016.


My spiritual awakening was just the beginning of a profoundly humbling experience, that led me towards more embodied heart centred meditative practices, by attending Helios Foundation and participating in their enlightenment intensive retreats.

I facilitated various arts-based dream yoga workshops, both in London and Portugal since 2015, in art museums (MAAT Lisbon) Artist-run spaces (Iklecktik, Nomadic School), Universities (Goldsmiths University) and in my studio.

"The dream is a little hidden door in the innermost and most secret recesses of the soul."

Carl Jung