Lance Hauge brings his understanding and practice of the Dimension Approach to the fields of awakening, imaginal journeying, subtle energetic work, psychotherapy, and structural bodywork.  He has been in private practice in Minneapolis, Minnesota for twenty-five years. In 2012 he founded Dimension Center, offering classes and trainings in transpersonal psychotherapy, subtle energy healing and various bodywork techniques.

Lance began his work in the early 1990’s working with athletes to improve performance and resolve chronic pain. His interest in therapeutic work began as an attempt to 'fix' the chronic hip pain he suffered as a high school runner. At the age of seventeen he was told he could no longer run and that he would likely need hip replacement surgery at a young age. Unwilling to accept this he ventured into the world of alternative medicine, trying anything and everything that sounded like it might help. His path took him through various bodywork, movement, psychotherapeutic, and energy medicine modalities. 

 

In 2001 he experienced a kundalini awakening that resulted in a profound expansion and deepening of his ability to consciously work with the subtle and imaginal realms of the psyche. This new level of awareness enabled him to more effectively work through old traumas and defense patterns that were at the root of his hip issue, eventually resulting in full relief from pain and an ability to resume athletics. For the past fifteen years Lance has enjoyed competing in triathlons and racing mountain bikes. He is currently training in Muay Thai and Jiu Jitsu at The Academy of Martial Arts in Brooklyn Center.