Spirituality



At the heart of physical, emotional and intellectual well-being is spiritual well-being.

When we are sick in body, declining in mind, or broken-hearted, an engaged, awake spirit can anchor us. Moreover, a rich spiritual life can enliven the commonplace, call forth gratitude, and lead us to greater flourishing. However, there is so much that takes our attention away from attending to our spirit and showing up to our lives authentically and skillfully, moment to moment.

How do we cultivate greater spiritual awareness? What practices can deepen our connection to our soul so that we can meet the vicissitudes of life with grace and thrive?

CBHT is active in Jewish Mindfulness, Jewish Contemplative Yoga, as well as Retreats.

People at the beginning of their exploration as well as those who have experience with contemplative practice are all welcome to explore these opportunities.

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