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Winter Jewish Resilience Retreat

Sunday, January 10, 20218:00 pmTuesday, January 12, 20219:30 pm
Online

Event Description In the stillness of the season, join a community of practitioners as we go deep within our hearts and minds for a 3-day retreat.

Drawing from practices that integrate the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual aspects of our lives, we will explore practices rooted in the Jewish tradition and beyond that invite us to thrive amidst the current pandemic.

Each day of the retreat will consist of three practice periods: morning, afternoon, and evening (see below for schedule). As we are mindful that work and family obligations create conditions that allow each of us to participate in different ways, all are invited to join for the duration of the retreat or to take part in only those sessions that your schedule allows.

Most of the teachings will be recorded and shared with participants after the retreat.

Schedule:

*All times are EST (and we welcome participants from around the globe)

Sunday January 10th 8:00-9:30pm

Monday January 11th 9:00-11:00am, 1:00-3:00pm, and 8:00-9:30pm

Tuesday January 12th 9:00-11:00am, 1:00-3:00pm, and 8:00-9:30pm

Investment:

We offer the following sliding scale, and trust in your generosity to give what feels appropriate and fair to your circumstances: $18, $36, $72, $108, $360, $540

About the teachers:

Rabbi Getzel Davis is a rabbi and chaplain at Harvard University. He is also the founder of ZIVUG Together Couples Retreats and Unorthodox Celebrations. Getzel has been teaching Jewish mysticism meditation and in various contexts for the past decade including at Harvard Hillel and as Hebrew College . He particularly proud of having taught Hitbodedut meditation over 1000 people over the past

Rabbi Seth Wax is Jewish Chaplain at Williams College. He served as rabbi at Congregation Mount Sinai in Brooklyn, NY, and has been teaching Jewish thought and meditation for a number of years.

For over 25 years, Rabbi Lee Moore has been manifesting and co-creating sacred spaces. She is known for her soothing musical voice, strong yet gentle devotional presence, infectious positivity, expert facilitation and down-to-earth yet cosmic teachings. Her recent interests include relational and embodiment practices that enable us to feel more fully alive, while simultaneously staying connected to each other, to our ecosystems and to the Mystery.