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Selichot Retreat

Saturday, September 9, 2:00-4:30pm

Renew Queens (47-20 11th St, Queens, NY 11101) & on Zoom

Led by Rabbinic Intern Emily Herzlin and Rabbi Rachel Goldenberg

 

Join Malkut for a Selichot retreat to prepare our hearts for the Days of Awe. On Saturday September 9th as the month of Elul begins to draw to a close, we will gather at Renew Queens in LIC (47-20 11th St, Queens, NY 11101) or on Zoom for a Shabbat afternoon of meditation, gentle mindful movement, journaling, and community. The practices and activities we engage in together will help us to sit with our hearts, cultivate stillness, and contemplate how we can connect with a sense of enoughness for the year ahead.

 

IN PERSON: What to bring

A journal or paper, and something to write with

A yoga or exercise mat

Water bottle, snack if you need one

Whatever else you need to be comfortable (pillows, socks, blanket, etc)

 

ON ZOOM: What to bring (For those attending on Zoom, the Zoom link will be sent once you register for the event.)

A journal or paper, and something to write with

A yoga or exercise mat, or a soft carpet for lying down

A comfortable seat for meditation practice

Internet connection and Zoom app (we recommend using a computer rather than phone)

Something to nosh on

Whatever else you need to be comfortable (water, tea, pillows, socks, etc)

 

This retreat is more suited to adults and teens. Feel free to email Emily with any questions about the schedule. No prior experience with meditation is required. Mindful movement will be adaptable to all abilities, and you are always welcome to modify instructions or refrain from any activities that aren't wise for you. 

COVID information:

  • If the the CDC risk level for Queens is low or medium:

    • ​Indoors: masking is optional but encouraged

    • Outdoors: masking is optional

  • Please do not attend with COVID symptoms

  • If the CDC risk level for Queens is high, we will implement further safety measures. Please view our COVID safety policy HERE

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