Let’s be honest: However used to Zoom we are, the world still feels upside-down, inside-out and backwards—and so do we. (If you don’t, please share your secret.) Lucky for us, the moon of Elul is here.
In this special Elul circle, we’ll braid yoga with Torah, engaging in deep and lasting heshbon nefesh—an accounting of our way of being, an honest self-reflection. The physical stretches will be slow and deep, just like the practice of meeting ourselves. This is brave and powerful work. It’s how we can turn ourselves, and the world, right-side up.
Each class in the series stands on its own. For lasting transformation, we encourage giving yourself the space of the full cycle. Every week, the yoga practice is preceded by a dvar (a word of Torah) and followed, for those who wish to join, by a half-hour of community time, culminating at the end of the cycle in a ritual to bid farewell to the moon.
Offered in partnership with Breath Lab at Hebrew College. The Center for Adult Jewish Learning follows a “pay what you can” model for registration. Visit our website to learn more about pricing options.+ More... - Less...
$133.00 Supporter 4-week class pass
$38.00 Reduced 4-week class pass
$25.00 Standard single class
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