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Rest and Delight in the Sanctuary of Shabbat; Mindfulness, Meditation and Deep Relaxation

Saturday, September 7, 2019 7 Elul 5779

1:00 PM - 4:00 PMSocial Hall

In the words of Rabbi Abraham Joshua Heschel, Shabbat is a sanctuary in time, a time to lean back, rest and renew.

 

In this contemplative shabbat experience with Rabbi Sigal Brier we explore the relationship between mindfulness, meditation, rest and happiness. Learn from Heschel's book The Sabbath, experience the benefits of rest and renewal and learn from related neuroscience and brain research on the topic. This experiential mini-shabbat retreat will integrate breathing techniques, light movements, music, yoga nidra relaxation, mindfulness, and meditation.

All are welcome. No experience or knowledge are necessary. All activities can be done sitting in a chair or standing. If you want to lay on floor for relaxation, bring a blanket, mat or large towel and small pillow.

 

 

About Rabbi Sigal Brier

Rabbi Sigal is a scholar, spiritual mentor, inspirational teacher, congregational rabbi, and artist, with training in religion, psychology, art, yoga, and meditation. Israeli born and raised, she shares diverse methods and teachings to inspire people to live their heart’s purpose authentically and joyfully. She teaches internationally; facilitating experiences of transformation for individuals and groups. She has presented at TED and was featured on CBS Sunday Morning News and National Public Radio.

For those attending Shabbat services in the morning, we will begin after kiddush.

Please register below by Friday, September 6.  Cost for this event is $36.  Tip:  Login to your account to have your contact information auto-populate!

Optionally, you can email adulted@bethelohim.org to register and submit a check to Ezra Habif in the CBE office.

It is the policy of CBE Adult Education that no one will be turned away due to financial hardship. Contact adulted@bethelohim.org for more information.

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