Use this Soul Center Zoom for Morning Gratitude, Caregiver Cafe, Zentangle, The Spark & The Other RBG
1. Click this link to enter our virtual Soul Center: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/8183607200
2. Type in Meeting ID (if prompted): 818 360 7200
3. Password 183672
OR
4. Dial in 929-205-6099. Follow the prompts. (You will need the Meeting ID & Password)

March 18th – March 26th

SUNDAYS
TORAH & YOGA 
9:00- 10:00 a.m.
$10 per class | Registration link below

Start your Sundays with 10-minutes of inspirational Torah followed by yoga with our favorite yogi, Erin Tschantret. This class easily accommodates all levels of ability, including those new to yoga. $10 per session. Register HERE

ZENTANGLING   3:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Zentangling has been the rage for months now. Hundreds of people join each week to create works of art, on our own but together. We love the excitement over the process and we support the healthy addiction and of course, we get it. New tangles, new creations and new Torah each week but the relaxation, quieting of the mind, and the unexpected works of art, those remain true in each session. Join Kathy Shapiro and Sarah Reading as they help us see that we are all capable of creating our own works of art; line by line, circle after circle, and pattern by pattern.

COVID, LOSS & CHANGE   7:30 – 8:45 p.m.  (March 21st)

For those who are looking to try to make sense of the losses we’ve endured throughout the year – we’ve got a program that every one of us should show up for: Covid, Loss and Change.  Stephanie Handel from the Wendt Center in Washington, D.C. will be leading us in a night that will help us make sense of so many of our emotions and experiences.  And…we are thrilled to share that Stephanie will also be joining our Soul Center team as a Healing Fellow and we are over the moon and can’t wait for you to know her! We’ll be in the regular Soul Center Zoom meeting spoce. Let us know you’re coming https://soulcenterbaltimore.org/programs/covid-loss-change/

MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY
SOUL BOOSTS
8:45 – 9:00 am MORNING GRATITUDE with Rabbi Saroken and  Rabbi Shalva (on Zoom & Facebook)

There are times when each of us feels stuck, times when we feel down, or alone, or emotionally spent, and struggle to find the blessings. Our morning gratitude is there to help us through those stretches and the good ones too, and to help us all start the day with faith, hope, gratitude and an awareness of our blessings. Join Rabbi Saroken and Rabbi Shalva to refocus the mind, heart and soul and start the day off with love.

WEDNESDAYS
ZENTANGLING 3:00 – 4:00 p.m

Zentangling has been the rage for months now. Hundreds of people join each week to create works of art, on our own but together. We love the excitement over the process and we support the healthy addiction and of course, we get it. New tangles, new creations and new Torah each week but the relaxation, quieting of the mind, and the unexpected works of art, those remain true in each session. Join Kathy Shapiro and Sarah Reading as they help us see that we are all capable of creating our own works of art; line by line, circle after circle, and pattern by pattern.

 
WRITING WORKSHOP –  12:00 p.m.  (March 24)
Our beloved writer in residence returns for a three part series. With her generous and gentle style, Barbara will help guide us as we explore where we are and what comes next.

THE OTHER RGB – MASCULINITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY
@ 8:00 p.m.  (March 24th)

Explore masculinity, parenthood and partnership through a Jewish lens. Open, witty, engaging and smart, Rabbi Goldstein will facilitate these honest conversations. This program is for men. 3-week series March 10th, 17th & 24th

THURSDAYS
CHAIR YOGA
10:00 a.m.
$10 per class | Registration link below
Find comfort and benefit from a stretch with Robyn Katz. Improve your posture and balance and strengthen your core muscles with personalized instruction. And of course, there will be a twist of Torah to nourish the soul. $10 per session
Click HERE to register and get Zoom info

CAREGIVER CAFE @ 2:00 p.m. (March 18)
Caregiver Cafe is for anyone who considers themselves to be a devoted (and sometimes exhausted) caregiver. This session will start with a COVID-19 update from Dr. Galiatsatos from Johns Hopkins, and then we’ll welcome our guest, Sarah Hoover, Associate Dean for Innovation, Interdisciplinary Partnerships and Community Initiatives at The Peabody Institute who will introduce us to using music to enhance well-being. Following our discussion with Sarah, we will spend the rest of our time together in supportive conversation.
FRIDAYS
BADASS WOMEN DISH ON BADASS WOMEN  9:15 a.m. Following Morning Gratitude
Let’s dish about all the Badass Women that came before us. Like, way before us!
These next 4 sessions in March will be focused on some “out-of-the-box” badass Jewish women. Our guest facilitator Sarah Shapiro-Plevan, will  share their stories while connecting them to our lives today.

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