30 2022

JCFR presents Shmita Slowdown Yoga Series

10:00AM - 11:00AM  

Contact Rachel Peters

Join local Jewish yogi, Meg Oberhand, as we make time at the close of your weekends to ground and connect inward. Dedicate this hour to nurturing your body and soul. Shmita is the Jewish tradition of "sabbatical" -- a year of rest and release, once every seven years. Rest is an essential part of our survival, especially in our world today. Together, we will move through a 45 minute flow with 15 minutes built in for reflection through mindful journaling work.

This is a free and virtual community offering.

Meg Oberhand CYT-200 has been practicing yoga and studying spirituality since 2008. She enjoys teaching wisdom-infused yoga flows, sharing ancient knowledge from the Jewish and Mayan cultures through movement. Meg has helped facilitate many Jewish mindfulness experiences over the years,  through her work with Moishe House and Embodied Jewish Learning. Most recently, she helped co-found the Embodied Jewish Wisdom Network in 2020 and completed her Yoga teacher training in 2021 at The Yoga Dojo, in Richmond, VA. Between yoga flows, Meg cares for over 50 animals on her 19-acre farmstead and designs logos, branding and websites. Visit her website to see more about her offerings: https://www.oberartcreative.com/