5783 Iyar Trans & Nonbinary Well Circle

5783 Iyar Trans & Nonbinary Well Circle

Our Trans & Nonbinary Well Circle is inspired by the new moon ritual of Rosh Chodesh — a time to gather, set intentions, and connect.


Date and time

Sunday, April 23 · 6 - 7:30pm CDT



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About this event

  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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This Iyar we welcome you to a Well Circle for those who identify as trans, nonbinary, or gender questioning. (If you are wondering if you’re “trans enough” for this group, yes, please come!) This is a sacred space to connect, reflect, and build community.

At The Well’s Well Circles are inspired by the Jewish ritual of Rosh Chodesh — an ancient tradition of gathering and holding space together on each new moon.

At The Well events are for those 18 years old and beyond, and we strive to be an inclusive environment for people of all races, classes, abilities, life stages, religious affiliations, sexual orientations, and gender expressions. This particular event is for those who identify as trans, nonbinary, or gender questioning.

Why is this event for trans and nonbinary folks only? We know that many spaces in our society reinforce the gender binary, and a trans and nonbinary-only space can be an affirming and strengthening experience. Allies, thanks for understanding the need for this space. Have a question? Contact Samia@atthewellproject.com.

Together we will...

Reset: Get grounded in the spiritual energy of the month, guided by our thoughtful facilitator.

Reflect: Gain insight into how the themes of the month are shaping your life and the month ahead.

Transform: Take time with an affinity space to be seen and heard with love.

This space will be facilitated by Michael Levine (they/she). You can learn more about Michael on At The Well’s website.

Michael Levine
Michael Levine
Trans & Nonbinary Well Circle Facilitator
Michael Levine
Trans & Nonbinary Well Circle Facilitator

Michael (they/she) is an Associate Marriage And Family Therapist working in private practice in LA after receiving their MA in clinical psychology at Antioch University. They are from Oakland, California, and graduated from Sarah Lawrence College in 2007 with concentrations in child psychology and theater. Michael is passionate about Jewish education and speaking out about gender issues, and leads youth groups through a program called Moving Traditions, as well as support groups through JQ International. They are also a published author of three books, including one titled "All The Feelings."