Sunday, September 17, 2017 – 10:00am-4:00pm
Bring the alchemy of music, mindfulness, and mussar into your preparation for the High Holidays.
During Elul, the last month of the Jewish year, we traditionally spend time in self-reflection and consideration of where we have been and where we are heading. This daylong retreat will offer you support and companionship in your personal Teshuvah work, utilizing silence, song, and teachings from various wisdom traditions.
Lior Tsarfaty is a professional musician and a graduate of both the Voice, Sound and Music Healing program of the California Institute of Integral studies and the Vox Mundi School of Voice and Transformation. After he came from Israel to the Bay Area he started gathering prayers and chants and founded the “Prayer Songs Project”, a project that brings together prayers and sacred music from different cultures and countries into a concert of art and community. Lior’s passion is to intertwine music and personal transformations.
Laura Goldman teaches meditation and Mussar throughout the Bay Area, as well as leading contemplative worship at Chochmat HaLev. She is influenced and inspired by multiple faith traditions, and is particularly interested in the areas where they overlap and intersect.