The Jewish calendar follows the moon cycle, so at the beginning of each month, moon babes all over the world get together to mark that moment. We welcome all who feel they belong, regardless of sex assigned at birth, gender expression, religious history or practice.
Join the CEO’s of Rise Gatherings for a true self care experience. Rachel and Tami will guide you through activities that help you feel grounded, inspired and more connected to yourself and others. In honor of the month of Nissan we will reflect on our personal relationships with risk as well as stories around risk – including Miriam in the Passover story. Explore our own “mitzrayim” (narrow spaces) that hold us back from taking risks as well as our personal “timbrels” (tambourines) that help us raise our voices and spirits.
Rachel Rubin is a transformation facilitator and progressive leader in the wellness industry. As the Founder of Rise Gatherings, she creates retreats to serve the well-being of all women. Rachel has a private somatic therapy practice and supports the healing of individuals through Transformative Touch. She is also a founding instructor at OMFIT, an innovative fitness app, where she teaches her own method, Kettlebell Kundalini, and yoga classes.
Tami Astorino, M.Ed. is a national speaker, trainer and consultant. Her 25+ years of work with nonprofits, schools, and businesses empowers organizations and individuals to fulfill their highest potential. Tami specializes in creating meaningful experiences where people have the opportunity to transform, remember and become who they really are.
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Tribe 12 connects people in their 20s/30s to Jewish life and community in Philadelphia today so they will choose to stay connected tomorrow. We welcome people who identify as Jewish, whose partner is Jewish, or who are exploring Judaism. Tribe 12 seeks to include all individuals regardless of gender or identity expression, religious history and practice, health and disability whether visible or invisible, and financial circumstances. For questions, to request accommodations, or just to say hi reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org.