With Julie Emden, Embodied Jewish Learning
Sunday, April 14, 2019 • 2 – 4 PM
Location: 4th Street Yoga 1809 – Fourth Street Berkeley
Cosponsored by: 4th Street Yoga, Chochmat HaLev, Congregation Netivot Shalom, JCC East Bay and Kehilla Community Synagogue
$20 Members of Co-sponsoring Organizations/$25 Public
Integrate mind, body, heart and spirit via a gentle Iyengar-based yoga and movement practice rooted in Jewish mystical teachings. The Passover holiday celebrates the liberation of the Israelites from Egypt and this story is meaningful for all beings. Experience, via an embodied practice, why the Jewish mystics believe that the places of constriction hold the key and secret to freedom.
In this workshop we will enter into the tighter and less known places in the body with conscious awareness, loving-kindness and compassion. We will move from these places of restriction/constriction to freedom on all levels of being, via yoga, movement, art and writing.
No previous experience with yoga or knowledge about Passover is required. Please wear comfortable loosely layered clothing in which you can easily move.
Questions? Contact Julie at julieemden.com