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Spa For the Soul – A Women’s Event

Spa for the Soul - Relax, Renew and RechargeThe Boulder Mikvah is putting on a special women’s event on January 13th.  The event, entitled “Spa for the Soul” is a combination of workshops and gourmet food.

This is the second kosher event that Chef Paul has catered, and the menu promises to be elegant, with both a chicken dinner option and a vegan option. The workshops, taught by great teachers such as Morah Yehudis and Rebbetzin Ketriella Goldfeder,  include hands on workshops creating items such as challah and candlesticks as well as a selection of workshops exploring spirituality through the emotions and the intellect.

Tova Hinda Siegel will be the keynote speaker.  She is coming out from Los Angeles specially for the event to speak on “Jewish Women, Jewish Strength.” She is a Certified Nurse Midwife with a holistic slant, helping women achieve wellness both physically and spiritually. She inspires diverse audiences with her expertise in health care issues and her ability to communicate these concepts within a framework of Jewish and Chassidic thought. Her personal stories, along with her warmth and humor, enlighten and entertain audiences of all ages and backgrounds. 

Come join us for a day of relaxation, depth and spirituality for the Jewish woman.  Indulge your inner self and satisfy your soul at Spa for the Soul, a unique program dedicated to celebrating our femininity and exploring the many facets of what it means to be a Jewish woman today.

To find out more about this event and to register visit: https://bouldermikvahspa.eventbrite.com/

 

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