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Mystical Jewish Healing Arts: An introduction to Jewish Feminist Earth-based Practices & Elemental Systems

  • Kadima Synagogue 832 32nd Avenue Seattle, WA, 98122 United States (map)


The roots of Jewish lineage and practice lie in an elemental connection to the earth, song, life cycles and community - elements often associated with the divine feminine or G!ddess energy. Come learn about the ancient roots of G!ddess consciousness in Judaism through exploring the basic elements that make up our lives: earth, wind, fire and water. We will use song, embodied practices and mystical teachings of the Hebrew letters, the Tree of Life, plants and angels, weaving together our histories and creating a lineage we want to claim and build our lives around. Taught by Kohanot (Hebrew Priestesses) Nomy Lamm and Rebekah Erev.

All are welcome regardless of Jewish background.

$25-45 sliding scale

2 scholarship tickets are available to each, please inquire. Priority given to POC and folks with disabilities.

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Accessibility: Both spaces are wheelchair accessible. Please do not wear scents to this event. See this article for accessibility information regarding scents.

Nomy Lamm is a multi-media artist and kohenet (Hebrew priestess) who works with Sins Invalid, a disability justice performance project, gives voice lessons and creative coaching, and offers tarot readings and blessings at Psychic Sister in Olympia. She lives on occupied Squaxin/Nisqually/Chehalis land in Olympia, WA with her partner Lisa and their dogs Dandelion and Momma.

Rebekah Erev is an artist and kohenet, Hebrew priestess. Their work invokes the scholarship of re-remembering as relevant, immediate and anti-colonialist in its nature. Erev offers intuitive/creative coaching, creates public ritual, self-published the  Moon Angels / Malakh Halevanah Oracle Deck and is currently working on a film and participatory project, Queer Mikveh.