• February 22–24, 2019
  • Friday-Sunday: 2 nights

Shabbat Yoga Putting the Pause in the Pose

For all levels.

Let yoga move you through the rhythms of the Sabbath, a day of sacred rest and refreshment. Asana practice serves as your guide to embodying essential qualities of the Sabbath using the uniquely integrative approach of Shabbat Yoga. Rabbi Myriam Klotz offers active yoga flows, restful restorative sessions, and Jewish spiritual teachings about the day of rest to inform your practice.

Using the sacred practices of asana, the study of sacred texts, and song, this program explores themes such as restful noticing, having enough, tasting satisfaction in the present moment, cultivating joy, trusting the breath, and working with the resistance that may arise when you aim to let go of being busy and doing in order to rest and be present.

Program at a Glance

Yoga Experience
All levels
Suitable For
Program Theme
All Yoga


Rabbi Myriam Klotz is director of the Spirituality Initiative for Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion/New York, and leads Jewish yoga retreats nationally.

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Nicole Levin, LCSW, CYT, is a psychotherapist and yoga teacher who plays the harmonium, leads chanting, and teaches yoga and Embodied Prayer, integrating mind, body, and spirit.

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