The Living Gallery
“The time between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur is a powerful moment in the Jewish calendar, a chance to look both into the past and into the future. In this event, intended for those who identify as women or nonbinary, we will use embodied practice and movement to explore the idea of teshuva – a returning to oneself – and to create an opportunity to contemplate the year ahead. Led by At The Well Scholar-in-Residence Arielle Krule and yoga teacher Riki Rosenthal, this session will use meditation, conversation, and individualized movement to return to ourselves with care and love.
Arielle Krule is a therapist, community organizer, and student in the core semikha track at Yeshivat Maharat. She is the Scholar-in-Residence at At The Well. She has started and scaled multiple projects related to Jewish education, class inequity, and holistic wellness.
Riki Rosenthal is a yoga teacher and the founder of Vessel Studios BK, a Crown Heights studio whose woman-only and all-gender classes are crafted to challenge, inspire, and leave students with a sense of embodiment.”
This event is for all who identify as women or non-binary, age 15 and beyond, inclusive of all races, classes, abilities, life stages, religious affiliations, sexual orientations, and gender expressions. Join us!