2019-20 Jewish Spirituality and Creativity Events - Open to the Community
Jewish holiday workshop-gatherings for participants looking for creative, mindful, and personalized Jewish learning and practice. Events incorporate meditation, movement, art expression, and ritual. Open to participants of all backgrounds and genders.
A New Moon series incorporating Jewish Spirituality, Seasonal Wellness & Creative Expression
- Candle lighting Ritual
- Learning and Discussion
- Meditation and/or gentle yoga (for all levels)
- Creative Writing and/or Art
- Closing Ritual
Open to all backgrounds and all genders.
All of the upcoming dates will be Saturday evenings 7:30-9:15pm
January 25, 2020 - The month of Shevat & The New Year of the Trees
--- No session in February ----
March 21, 2020 - The month of Nisan & Flowing Towards Freedom
April 18, 2020 - Counting the Omer, The month of Iyar & Healing
May 30, 2020 - The month of Sivan, Shavuot & Opening Our Hearts to Receive Torah
June 20, 2020 - Summer Solstice & The month of Tamuz
All events take place at the Center for Mindful Living, 4708 Wisconsin Ave, Second Floor Dharma Room, Washington, DC 20016, USA
WellBodies: A Monthly Course in Embodied Judaism
WellBodies is a new monthly program of the Adas Israel Community Mikvah, and while it is rooted in the ethos of the Mikvah, it is not about Mikvah, per se. What does it mean to live in your body? What does it mean to live in a Jewish body? Explore the concept of the body from a Jewish perspective with us once a month from September 2019 through June 2020. This two hour circle will delve into body-related topics such as healthy boundaries, food and eating, growth and aging—through the lens of Jewish text and ritual. We’ll learn from each other and from guest facilitators’ unique perspectives. Presenters include Jodi Balis, Yael Flusberg, Rabbi Sarah Tasman, Rabbi Lauren Tuchman, Toni Bickart, and other wonderful thinkers. If you are a doctor, nurse, therapist, yogi, massage therapist, you will get a lot out of this and have a lot to contribute. And, everyone is welcome--all ages, genders, and backgrounds. Join us--all you need is your body!