Marking Life Transitions

What our clients are saying...

Recently, I had the privilege of working with Rabbi Sarah Tasman on a life-affirming ceremony. It was a wonderful experience in which R’Sarah encouraged me to tap into my spirituality, creativity & writing skills.

I truly enjoyed working with her. Over the course of a month, we designed this ceremony with a variety of rituals & expressions that held great meaning for me. R’Sarah honored me & the process with her wisdom & insights.

I was especially moved by R’Sarah’s blessing that she wrote for the ceremony. Overall, I was delighted with the entire experience & would highly recommend working with R’Sarah on life-cycle events & creative workshops.

-Susan C.

Don't Miss our next Marking Life Transitions Retreat!

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Our lives revolve around transitions. Some are tied to ritual, but many significant transitions, however, are not: retirement, becoming a grandparent, completing a time of healing or recovery, marking the anniversary of a loved ones passing, becoming an empty nester, graduation, job changes, a milestone birthday, weaning a child, or even making an important decision in your life.

We will come together to consider life transitions -- those with rituals, those without, and those you’d like to mark with a new ritual of your creation.

The retreat will include:

  • Mindful Exercises

  • Learning and Discussion

  • Silent Lunch

  • Time to take a walk and explore over 100 acres of the DaySprings fields and paths

  • Reflection and guidance on transition and the creation of ritual

Participants will also receive

  • A free consultation with Rabbi Sarah after the program for follow up/finalizing your life transition ritual

  • A coupon/gift certificate for an upcoming Mikvah program at The Adas Israel Community Mikvah

  • Resources and special ritual items to take home

Tickets and more information can be found HERE

Please note: the lodge where the retreat will take place is about a 3-5 minute walk from the parking on down a gravel road. Part of the retreat will take place outside, down a hill from the lodge (weather permitting) which may be challenging for those with mobility issues. Please be in touch with us with any questions so we can do our best to accommodate any needs as best a possible.

We hope to see you on October 30th!

Co-Sponsored by the Tasman Center for Jewish Creativity and the Adas Israel Community Mikvah