Mon, Sep 25|
When was the last time you physically embraced yourself? Inspired by Yom Kippur- Jewish day of atonement join us to infuse your body with gentleness and self acceptance through breath, vocals, contemplation and movement all accompanied by live music
Time & Location
Sep 25, 3:00 PM – 4:15 PM
New York, 150 W 83rd St, New York, NY 10024, USA
About the Event
Grateful in collaborating with Romemu Community High Holiday Yom Kippur services, for more information please check out
This event is free of charge.
Rabbi Yonatan MoveMeant’s founder, is a mindfulness practitioner, dancer, experiential educator, serving as a chaplain resident at NYP Columbia Hospital and Chaplin intern at Rikers Island. Awarded (3rd year in a row ) the Be Wise Jewish Entrepreneurialism Fellowship & the 92ndY Jewish Entrepreneurship fellowship for his signature MoveMeant- Embodying Sacred Texts workshops, he has co-created co-created over 150 (in person and online) MoveMeant workshops in diverse Jewish settings across the world including: US, Canada, Europe, Israel, South Africa and India alongside world-class musicians and cantorial students from HUC-JIR NYC.
Musician Facundo Lopez is a pianist, organist, Shruti box player, drummer and choir director at churches/synagogues of various denominations and traditions.
He is also a comparative religion student at Union Theological Seminary focusing on Buddhist Studies.