Join At The Well for a special in-person event for women and nonbinary folks in Brooklyn, New York!
Inspired by the Jewish ritual of Rosh Chodesh, we will be coming together to celebrate the new moon and welcome the Hebrew month of Tammuz. We will get grounded in the spiritual energy of the month, learn in community, and spend time in small groups to reflect and connect.
Our new moon Circles are interactive, open-hearted communal experiences with opportunities for sharing, self-reflection, and embodied practice.
This event is for anyone who identifies as a woman or nonbinary.
We are grateful to our co-hosts, Talia Kovacs and Becca Goldstein, for facilitating this space with At The Well founder and CEO Sarah Waxman.
Talia Kovacs is the founder of Calm Connected, a children's resilience-building private practice. When not working with awesome families, Talia has been diving deep into a study of Kabbalah and ways of bringing back the divine feminine aspect of Shechinah here on earth. She lives in Brooklyn with her delicious toddler and husband.
Becca Goldstein makes space and makes magic. She's asking the big questions and dancing into the answers. Becca is excited to connect with other Hebrew Priestesses on the path of awakening and expansion.
Email At The Well’s Program Director, Samia, at email@example.com with any questions.
This event is made possible with the support of UJA- Federation of New York.