Miriam’s Well is a space for connection. Each week, we gather virtually for a breath and movement practice led by master yoga teacher Evelyn Punch, then turn to Jewish text and tradition to elevate ourselves, each other and the wider world.
The class meets in four-week cycles. Themes for our yoga practice, and for our text learning—Abraham, Sarah and angels; the role of the priest or the ally in Torah—are ordered by the months of the Hebrew calendar. With each moon, our community time is guided by a different community leader.
We invite you to choose your own adventure: Sign up for one class, or dive in for the cycle. And if you’re just in the mood for mindful movement, feel free to duck out after our 70-minute practice on the mat.
All are very welcome, across the spectrum of gender, sexuality, race, class, spiritual lineage (Jewish, or any other) and level of movement experience.
This class is offered in partnership with The Breath Lab: A Center for Jewish Embodiment.
If these registration fees are a barrier to entry, please let us know. Financial support is available. Email Brigid Goggin at [email protected] with questions or to learn more.
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