Scholar in Residence
Click here for information about our annual Scholar in Residence program.
Empty Nesters and Endless Opportunities
For more about Empty Nesters, please see Cybershul or the current Shavuon.
Current Endless Opportunities programs are listed here.
Summer Learning 2017
Food For Thought – Dining Room Learning – The Blessing of Food
Tuesdays, June 20 to August 29 at 7:00pm
(No class on 7/4, 7/11, 8/1)
Come to a Dining Room learning series over the summer taking place in the Wedgwood neighborhood. We will study the blessings for and about food, including Birkat HaMazon. We will use text from the Talmud, the Bentcher and more while enjoying a pasta dinner. All levels of learning are welcome!
No charge. Call the CBS office, 206-524-0075, for the address.
Fall Classes 2017
Mindful Movement Therapy Workshop with Shanti Krigel
Sunday, September 10, 2-4pm
Drawing inspiration from, and breathing intention into the Jewish high holidays, this 2 hour workshop for women is designed to help build inner-strength and resiliency. We will explore themes of teshuva, forgiveness, and renewal, inviting experiences of trauma, grief, depression, anxiety, stress and addiction into the room. The session will weave in dance movement therapy, yoga therapy, mindfulness techniques and creativity, and will serve as a safe place to both share and process emotions, as well as develop and strengthen body- based coping skills that support resiliency and healing.
Shanti Krigel LMHC, LADC, R-DMT is a practicing psychotherapist and addiction specialist at Jewish Family Services in Seattle. A licensed therapist for 15 years, Shanti works with clients healing though a wide variety of challenges including; trauma, grief, anxiety, stress, depression and addiction. Shanti is also a trained Dance Movement Therapist and has lead movement therapy groups for the past 15 years. Shanti believes deeply in the power of mindful movement therapy as a supportive tool that helps individuals heal and discover their authentic self.
Contact Carol Benedick to find out more about these classes. Our next series will begin in September 2017.
- Living Judaism – a basic introduction to Judaism, including holidays, texts, and home traditions and a Hebrew class (below). Living Judaism is our required course for conversion students. Please click here for more information and a registration form. A syllabus is available here. Class will be held on Tuesday evenings from September 19, 2017- May 15, 2018.
- Hebrew Language Classes
- Hebrew I: Alef Bet basics
- Hebrew II: Siddur Hebrew
- Hebrew III: Modern Hebrew, spoken language