“Songs of the Tree of Life” – Shabbaton with Rabbi Shir Yaakov

Reb Shir Yaakov returns to Boulder on January 8-9, 2016 for  an unforgettable weekend.   A recording artist, mystical teacher and master of prayer, this weekend promises to be a deep and meaningful Shabbat preparation for Tu b’Shvat – the birthday of the trees.

Tradition tells us that “a person is a tree of the field.” What does it mean to sing from our roots? What melodies yearn to sprout from within? What are our soul fruits this new year? Join Reb Shir Yaakov, as we open our senses to a personal rebirth of the heart through music, movement and meditation.

Rabbi Shir Ya’akov Feit is an aba, singer, composer, designer, producer and teacher. Whether as Romemu’s former Musical Director, an officiant at weddings and lifecycle events, or as one-half of the world-hop duo Darshan; in synagogues, yeshivas, and intentional communities around the world; and in Jewish, multi-faith, and non-affiliated spiritual contexts, Shir Yaakov weaves a tapestry of Kabbalistic wisdom, contemporary songwriting, and deep personal spirituality. He has recorded and released four albums of original music. Nevei Kodesh is delighted to welcome him back.

*Register for the whole weekend or for individual events:*
1. Friday night services 7:00 pm
2. Saturday morning 10:00 am- 1:00 pm: Services followed by catered lunch and teaching
3. Saturday evening 5:45 – 8:00 pm: Seudat Shlisheet (Third Meal), Havdalah, and Motzei Shabbat program – singing and teaching

Location: Nevei Kodesh, 1925 Glenwood Drive, Boulder, CO  80304

Cost: $36 per individual event, or $90 for entire weekend if registered before December 25.

Registration/Information: www.NeveiKodesh.org, info@neveikodesh.org, or call (303) 443-4567

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