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Join dancer and rabbinical student Yonatan Arnon for a Jewishly infused journey of movement exploration.
Movement serves as an entry point for exploring our connection with ourselves, with our community, and with the divine. In this workshop, we will reignite our inner light and explore embodying both physical and internal fruits inspired by live music, movement, singing, ritual, and text.
How do we transition between Holy and Mundane? Transitional time (Havdala) may seem challenging. In this workshop we shall ease the transition of landing back to the mundane by experiencing it as a rite of passage. We will participate in the twilight of shifting gears and time in a safe space and through live music, therapeutic aromas, calming candles, and heavenly flavors. This is the ancient Jewish ritual of Hav’dalah. After all the holy and joyous energy of the weekend, we take the time to ground ourselves. Join us to move our bodies in exploring our connection with ritual, community, and the divine.
GUEST STAR MUSICAL/VOCALIST: Kobi Goodwin
All are welcome, no movement background necessary. Light refreshments will be served after each workshop.
Yonatan Arnon began dancing at an early age and has since dedicated much of his life to dancing, training, and performing in diverse movement techniques …
Yonatan Arnon began dancing at an early age and has since dedicated much of his life to dancing, training, and performing in diverse movement techniques. For the past two years, he has integrated his spiritual and movement experiences, founding his signature "MoveMeant - Embodying Sacred Texts" workshops. Alongside world-class musicians, Yonatan has co-created workshops in diverse Jewish settings in Israel, India, and the US. A current rabbinical student, Weitzman-JDC Jewish Peoplehood Fellow, and Be Wise Fellow in Jewish Entrepreneurialism at HUC-JIR, Yonatan originates from Jerusalem and resides in NYC's Upper West Side.
Kobi Goodwin is a graduate of Columbia University, where he studied Jewish Mysticism and South Asia …
Kobi Goodwin is a graduate of Columbia University, where he studied Jewish Mysticism and South Asia. Originally from Boston, he has performed for Jewish and interfaith audiences across South America and Europe with Pizmon, Columbia’s co-ed Jewish a cappella group. He is a singer-songwriter, High Holiday prayer leader and real estate agent based in NYC. A competitive marathoner, in his free time he can often be found running laps around Central Park.