When everyone else is busy doing the usual things on Christmas Eve, you can be special. Come and tune your body with the rhythm of the Torah cycle and the biblical Hebrew chants!

Torah Yoga® in Boulder – Yes, even on Christmas Eve day

Every Thursday morning, 9:00 – 10:30 AM. NEW location with easy access at the corner of Iris and 28t, at Vida Yoga Studio, 2749 Iris Ave, Boulder. Drop-ins Welcome anytime.

When everyone else is busy doing the usual things on Christmas Eve, you can be special. Come and tune your body with the rhythm of the Torah cycle and the biblical Hebrew chants!

Torah Yoga is an integrative and gentle activity of body/mind/soul in which participants experience Yoga poses, Hebrew chanting and Jewish meditation. It is a weekly program co-led by Rabbi Ori Har and Rabbi Nadya Gross. Torah Yoga is open to all adults, genders and religions. No background in either Torah or Yoga is required, only a willingness to move in new ways, and to pray with your body.

and more from the Center for Spiritual Friendship

On-going Group and Individual Spiritual Direction – Ask about our on-going group and individual Spiritual Direction (Hashpa’ah), by Rabbis Ori Har-DiGennaro and Nadya Gross.

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