This Sunday: A One-Day Yoga/Meditation Spirituality Retreat in Westchester

I hope you’ll join me there – right in our own backyard.

A day-long yoga/meditation spirituality retreat is planned for Sunday, December 8 in White Plains.

Sponsored by Westchester Jewish Community Services, the retreat offers instruction in Mindfulness Meditation, Yoga and other rejuvenating spiritual practices.

I’ll be leading the session on Jewish Mindfulness Meditation. The other presenters include Rabbi Les Bronstein and Cantor Benjie Schiller (Living a Spiritual Practice), Eva Sax-Bolder (Sacred Chant and Movement), Rabbi Molly Karp (Spirit Dreams: The Joseph Cycle) Rabbi Jill Hammer (Jewish Dreamwork), Robin Wald (Jewish Yoga) and Rabbi Pamela Wax (Mussar). With Channukah around the corner, the retreat is titled “A Rededication to Your Soul.” Read more in detail about the teachers and classes.

Cost is $54-$118 (sliding scale available); please bring your own lunch. For more information contact Ruth Rosenblum, LCSW at 914 761-0600 ext. 148 or rrosenblum@wjcs.com. Location: WJCS Headquarters, 845 North Broadway, White, Plains, NY. Sponsored by The Jewish Spiritual Healing Center, a program of Westchester Jewish Community Services, which receives funding from UJA-Federation. Sunday Dec. 8, 10 a.m. — 4 p.m.

Rabbi Mark Sameth is the spiritual leader of Joyful Judaism: Pleasantville Community Synagogue an inclusive, progressive synagogue—with members from 20 towns, villages and cities all across Westchester and “A Hebrew School Your Kids Can Love.” Read The New York Times article. Follow Rabbi Mark on Twitter . Weekly meditation at the synagogue every Saturday morning at 9 a.m. is open to the public; everyone—without exception—is welcome and warmly invited. OUR MEMBERSHIP DRIVE IS ON. See “Top Ten Reasons to Join PCS” at www.ShalomPCS.com.

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