7701 16th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20012

Jewish Meditation

Creating Your Own Jewish Meditation Practice 

Izabella Tabarovsky

June 8, 15, 22, 29, 7:15-8:30 p.m. 
People can come for individual sessions or the whole set of classes. 
The cost for Gevarim/Kol Nashim is $30 for the set or $10 per session. All others – $45 for the set or $15 per session. 

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Back by popular request, Izabella will guide discussion and meditations that deepen Jewish spiritual practice. Sources include the Torah, Talmud, Kabbalah and Hasidut. No prior experience necessary. 

Founder of the Center for Embodied Judaism, Izabella teaches Jewish approaches to meditation, prayer, and embodied worship in the greater Washington area. 

Each session will have a study and discussion portion and a guided meditation part to try out and experience new ideas and techniques. The first session will build on Izabella's March 19 introductory session at TI.

Register for classes here.

June 8  

  • Is there really such a thing as Jewish meditation? An overview
  • Meditation vs. prayer
  • Meditation in the Bible: forefathers' meditations, prophetic experiences, revelation

June 15

  •  Meditation in Kabbalah and Chasidut
  • "Bringing down the flow"
  • Living in the awareness of God's presence

June 22

  • "Pour your heart out to God": Reb Nahman's meditations
  • Weather permitting, we will try to meet at a spot outdoors for this session. Please be in touch with the organizers for more details

June 29

  • Meditations of the traditional siddur prayers and observances: movement, sound, herbal fragrance, imagery





Sponsored by Gevarim

Questions? Please contact
Andrew Reamer at TIGevarim@Tifereth-Israel.org