An Embodied Havdallah Ritual inspired by Jewish Music and Text

Saturday, November 23, 2019 - 6:15 pm - 8:30 pm

The Romemu Center – Sanctuary/Gym (2nd floor)

Breathe. Release. Flow.

Life is a constant movement. Movement has a life of its own, expressing inner thoughts, passions, pains and vulnerabilities.

Join us in a Jewishly infused journey into our bodies, our free flow movement in space, our expansions and limitations, our hopes and dreams manifested through a guided set of movement techniques and live music in the liminal time between Holy and Mundane. Your body and its movement is a wonderful, new prism to have a new look on yourself, your surroundings, and the people around you.

Diverse movement and dance techniques will be explored such as meditative movement, contemporary, physical theater, Contact/Improv, Butoh and more.

All accessibility welcomed, no movement background necessary. Please note that there are no elevators in the Romemu Center.

Doors open at 6:15 PM and close at 6:30 PM.

Suggested donation: $10. No registration required.

Yonatan Arnon began dancing at an early age. He has danced, trained and performed in diverse movement techniques. For the past two years, he has integrated his spiritual and movement experiences and created sacred move-meant sessions in diverse Jewish settings in Israel, India and the US. Yonatan is also a rabbinical student and a Weitzman-JDC Jewish Peoplehood Fellow at JIR-HUC. Yonatan is an engaged Romemu partner, a Seekers educator and a creator of artistic and sacred spaces. Yonatan, originally from Jerusalem, resides today in the UWS.

Kobi Goodwin is a graduate of Columbia University in Jewish Mysticism and African-Asian studies, he is a singer-songwriter, High Holiday prayer leader and real estate agent from Boston.

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