Rabbi Sarah Tasman is the founder of the Tasman Center for Jewish Creativity which offers community classes & gatherings, private spiritual coaching, and life cycle officiation. Rabbi Sarah specializes in leading experiential spirituality and Jewish mindfulness classes, providing opportunities for personal and professional development, and incorporating expressive modalities including writing, yoga, art and ritual.
Kohenet Annie Matan is a Jewish, feminist, queer, Hebrew Priestess and Mama. She facilitates sacred community, weaves transformative ritual and empowers intuitives, mystics and healers to own and share their gifts for the sake of the inter-independent healing and transformation of the world.
She channels the Divine with prayer, tarot and oracle cards, writing, sculpting goddesses, painting and crochet.
Batya Diamond is a Hebrew Priestess who offers inspirational music and personalized rituals, guiding Jewish seekers at all stages to move through life with deep and meaningful connectedness to the divine. Learn more about Batya and her music at https://batyadiamond.bandcamp.com
Chaya Malka creates space for the Divine within her being on a daily basis through prayer, meditation, and altar work. She uses watercolor to create feminine, whimsical, and spiritual images. In her spare time she loves to strum a ukulele on mountaintops and sings in spiritual communal spaces.
Chaya Malka’s work is available for purchase on her website, cmsinspirit.com. You can also connect with Chaya Malka on Instagram at @cms_in_spirit.
In Judaism, for every time you express thanks, there is a blessing. This is a beautiful idea! In most traditions, there is a practice to pray before you go to sleep. We say “thank you” to express: Gratitude for a day of life and of possibilities. Appreciation for all the good things that occurred during… Continue reading Evening Practice – Hashkivinu