To register for any of these events, please contact Stacy Jespersen at [email protected].
Rosh Hodesh, a minor monthly holiday celebrating the new moon, is always associated with themes of possibility, hope and renewal. Rosh Hodesh Iyar (the celebration of the new Hebrew month of Iyar) begins on Monday, April 12 and is also associated with the theme of healing. Whether you choose to dedicate this time for one’s self, a special loved one or the health and healing of the world, all are welcome to join as we explore the intersection of renewal, healing and hope. Click here to register.
Tikkun Middot combines musar (ethical) study with mindfulness practices to bring deeper meaning to our daily lives and expand our understanding of what it means to be human. Through study, discussion and practice, participants will be guided in the cultivation of ethical and spiritual qualities of joy, beauty and equanimity. This offering is free, though registration is required. Participants must be able to attend all four sessions. To register, click here.
Questions? Contact Rabbi Goldstein at [email protected].
Join Rabbi Andrea Goldstein for one or both of these unique weekly Mindfulness Meditation sits. Incorporating lessons from the weekly Torah portion, as well as stories, rituals and symbols of the season, Rabbi Goldstein leads participants in practices that open our hearts and minds to the possibility of continual growth and change. No meditation experience necessary.
Dani Glassman (RYT-500 Yoga Instructor and Wellness Professional) will continue to offer yoga and mindful movement sessions based on themes connected to Jewish teachings and holy times. Watch your Monday Mindfulness emails for specific days and times.