Dream in October - 2019

It's October! And that means...

Buddy Week!

Save the Dates! October 21st-26th, 2019
Students, bring a pal to class and spread the fun at Dream! Buddies train for free all week!
Share this official invite link with your friends before they come to train!

Please note
Dream will be closed
Monday, October 14, 2019
and Thursday, October 31, 2019 (Halloween).

Other News and Updates

Dream is expanding its offerings! Gary T. McCabe is offering adult classes and workshops in Qigong and other modalities. Learn more about Gary here: www.relaxrenew.com or via email at garymccabe@verizon.net

Qigong Classes
Wednesdays, 7:15-8:30 pm, starting October 9!
Build and balance your vital energy while releasing stress and tension. Simple and enjoyable mindful movements. Meditation and breath work included.
No experience needed—all levels welcome.

Experiential Workshop
Sunday, October 20th, 1-3 pm
MindBody explorations. Like getting an owner's manual to your Mind and Body, you will leave with key practical skills and an understanding of how to use your energy and intent for self-healing, martial arts, and life.

We'll be attending the Forest Street Festival on Saturday, October 19th, and debuting our Dream demo team from 11:30 am-1:30 pm. Tell your friends, and feel free to stop by and say hello!

Dream is supporting the Montclair Ambulance Unit (MAU) for their 4th annual Fall Fest and Duck Derby in Edgmont Park Saturday, October 19th. Come root our rubber ducks on as they swim across Edgmont Park pond. There will be music, food and fun, and all proceeds from the Duck Derby will benefit the MAU!

Halloween Costume Drive! We're collecting Halloween costumes and other items at Dream. Please see our collection box for more details or to drop off a new or gently used costume item for children in New Jersey!

Moral of the Month: Consistency

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”


If diligence is the virtue of earnestness and persistence, then consistency is its silent and steadfast sibling. This is because consistency involves routine efforts that excel us towards achieving our goals. It is the committed adherence to the same principles or practices over time that brings us success.

Consistency is quiet and unpretentious. After all, following small, productive steps day after day may, on the surface, seem inconsequential or tedious. But it is this modest, yet faithful practice that makes consistency overlooked as the essential value that it is and enables it to outperform more romanticized attributes, like luck and talent, to bring true progress.

“If you are persistent, you will get it. If you are consistent, you will keep it.”


Consistency pushes us to be in the present while propelling us, little by little, toward our future, and improved self. A consistent individual is one who is said to also be reliable, trustworthy, focused, successful and/or disciplined. These are the traits we aspire to have for ourselves and our youth.

At home, parents can see what consistency brings into their children’s lives. From bedtime routines and cleanup rituals to unwavering curfews or technology rules, consistency in parenting removes uncertainties. The trust they have in knowing what is expected brings children the safety and confidence needed to make better choices in their lives. They will learn, internalize and repeat good habits over time.