Six new class offerings guide students toward spiritual freedom and reflection
DENVER – With six new class offerings available, Spring Semester at Kabbalah Experience is officially open for registration. From Counting the Omer and Shtisel Revealed to Kabbalah of Love: Readings in Song of Songs, new Spring classes at Kabbalah Experience focus on the journey to spiritual freedom and enlightenment.
No matter your spiritual level, Kabbalah Experience welcomes all through various classes and paths.
All classes will be hosted through Zoom, as Kabbalah Experience continues to practice COVID-19 prevention. Classes will be led by Dr. David Sanders, Founder and Spiritual Director of Kabbalah Experience, Melanie Gruenwald, Executive Director of Kabbalah Experience, Rabbi Jamie Arnold, Rabbi Sara Brandes, and Sue Parker Gerson.
The semester begins Monday, April 4, and runs through Friday, June 11. Sign up today to save a spot: https://kabbalahexperience.com/live-study/.
First time students will have the opportunity to try out FREE introductory classes starting Monday, March 22, and will have the option to “Pay As You Can” for any Level I course.
Sign up for a free introductory class here: https://kabbalahexperience.com/free introduction-to-kabbalah/.
While all are welcome to take any course they would like, it is recommended to have background for each subsequent course, particularly advanced courses.
For questions, contact email@example.com or (303) 337-0959.
About Kabbalah Experience
Kabbalah Experience provides an open and inclusive learning community committed to encourage individual and spiritual growth through the study and application of Kabbalah’s insights into the parallels between physical and spiritual reality. Kabbalah Experience is a place where you begin to understand and appreciate the soul awareness that connects all of created existence and to apply that understanding in your daily life. Kabbalah Experience offers four years of curriculum, advanced courses for continuing students, and a self-study video series for asynchronous learning.