Dance T’Fila – Dancing Into The New Year

Conscious Learning Community and Pardes Levavot invite you to an Intention Dance for Rosh HaShana – the Jewish New Year.

Dance T’fila
Dancing Into The New Year
setting our intentions,
bringing the fullness of Who We Are to the holidays
with a whole body prayer.

If the Jewish tradition had preserved sacred dance as a form of worship, what would it look like? Imagine dancing through the Four Worlds! Listening to your body, allowing expression of your deepest yearning, tuning in to the hum of creation, and embodying your spirit.

You need only a willingness to move in new ways, and to pray with your body. No background in dance is required, and everyone can participate according to their ability.

Wear comfortable clothes and bring water and a journal.

Who – This journey is open to those seeking to prepare themselves for the High HolyDays in new and conscious ways to fully embody heaven and earth.

What – Together, and with intention, we will plant the seeds in the soil of our soul to bring about change in our lives, our community and the world.

WhenSunday, September 9, 9:30 am – 12:00 pm. It is important to be present for the beginning and remain throughout.

Where – Kakes Studios, 2115 Pearl St., Boulder, CO 80302. Parking is free around back of Boulder Furniture. Look for the Two Purple Doors.
To cover our expenses please consider a donation of $25.

About Ori Har DiGennaro

Rabbi Ori Har received ordination as Mashpi'ah Ruchanit, Sage-ing Mentor and Rabbi from ALEPH - Alliance for Jewish Renewal. She co-founded and directs the Center for Spiritual Friendship in Boulder - an interfaith center for Hashpa'ah in many forms. She serves as a spiritual director for individuals, and groups, as well as leading Sage-ing workshops. Reb Ori is also a practitioner of Embodied Torah and devotional dance, and is on faculty in The Embodying Spirit Training Program. Ori has been an adult educator of Biblical Hebrew, Torah and meditation for over twenty years, and is the author of "God Speaks Here and Now: A Guide for Living." A native of Israel now living in Boulder, CO, Reb Ori is married, has two children, two step-children and is a Savta of two grandchildren. Visit our website

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