The ancient practice of mikvah immersion honors the sacred nature of our bodies and experiences.
Immersion in a mikvah, or ritual bath, represents a spiritual transformation. Immersions can mark life transitions such as weddings, births, healing from illness or trauma, significant birthdays, b’nai mitzvah, divorce, pregnancy loss, fertility struggles, and mourning.
The world’s natural bodies of water—its oceans, rivers, wells and spring-fed lakes—qualify as mikvahs (mikva’ot). However, when an indoor mikvah is built there are many specific considerations to take into account, and these details are described in several places in the Torah. Beth El’s mikvah is discretely accessed from within The Soul Center. This soothing, sacred space was initially built in the 1980s and thoughtfully renovated in 2014. All of our immersions are by appointment only. Contact us to set a day and time for your immersion with a Mikvah Guide.
***PLEASE NOTE: DUE TO A MAINTENANCE ISSUE, THE MIKVAH WILL BE CLOSED AT LEAST UNTIL APRIL 20, 2021. WE HOPE TO BE BACK UP AND RUNNING AS SOON AS POSSIBLE!***