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Jewish Ancestral Healing Daylong Workshop

  • Cloverdale, CA USA (map)

Facilitated by ancestral healing practitioners Elsa Asher and Yael Schonzeit

Every lineage includes wise and loving ancestors. In this daylong workshop, we will engage  in ancestor reverence rituals rooted in Jewish tradition and discuss the fundamentals of Ancestral Lineage Healing according to the Ancestral Medicine model. Through ritual, experiential practice and group dialogue, we will explore practices for building relationships with well ancestors as a source of blessing, support and healing, while creating boundaries and support for troubled dead in need of assistance. While this workshop is grounded in Jewish praxis and traditions,  and open to all seeking connection, healing or support with their ancestors towards deeper wellness. There are no prerequisites for this workshop, though prior experience with inner work and spiritual practice is helpful.


Please email if you have any questions.


Narrow Bridge Candles, Cloverdale, CA (address provided upon registration).

This workshop will be hosted at a private rural space. Bring what you need to be comfortable throughout the day, including lunch for yourself (there aren’t stores nearby), and any pillows or backjacks that you need to be comfortable. Weather permitting, we’ll be outside for the day, so bring appropriate layers. If you are staying for havdalah and dinner, please also bring a potluck dish to share! 


Daylong workshop, 10am-5pm, Saturday, October 12, 2019
Optional Havdalah service and dinner, 6:30pm



A portion of the proceeds are contributed to the Shuumi Land Tax of Sogorea Te’ Land Trust in recognition of the ongoing legacy of colonialism and our responsibility as settlers to take part in reparative justice and indigenous led rematriatriation movements.

It matters to us that this work is accessible, if you need a sliding scale please email to inquire.

Later Event: October 18
Kohenet Shabbat