Yoga-Meditation Shabbat Morning Services
9:30am - Yoga Meditation Shabbat
Service Leaders: Rabbi Yael Rapport and Hilary Nudell
Led by Rabbi Yael Rapport, this minyan uses principles and practices of yoga and meditation to translate the structure and meaning of the Shabbat morning service from word to movement, creating a maximally embodied experience of worship. The service is open to everyone and requires no previous experience in yoga, meditation, or prayer.
Please wear comfortable clothes for movement. No siddur is required!
Following the service, we will keep the Zoom room open for a community Kiddush Lunch.
Zoom information to join:
Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89606015632
Meeting ID: 896 0601 5632
Call-in: +1 646 876 9923 (New York)
You can also livestream directly from the CBST Facebook page, and will not be seen but you can participate in the comments section.
- Please “arrive” 10 minutes early for any Zoom call so that we can start on time.
- To protect the sacred nature of our services, please make sure that when you join us via Zoom, that your “display name” is your actual first and last name. As in our Sanctuary, no photography is allowed.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Help! I Need Tech Support! Please text +1 646 450 3556 for immediate assistance.
How Do I Get a Siddur (Prayer Book)?
For information on acquiring complimentary siddurim for CBST members, reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org
To purchase CBST’s own Friday Night Siddur, B’Chol Levavchah, visit our online Gift Shop.
How Can I Chant Torah at a CBST Shabbat Morning Service?
To learn more about chanting Torah (all levels!), reach out to Cantorial Intern Sam Rosen: email@example.com
How Can I Support Livestreaming at CBST?
Given the coronavirus, our livestreaming is more vital than ever in keeping our community tight-knit and vibrant. Livestreaming costs around $2,000 per week, which was not an originally budgeted expense — so if you want to sponsor a service to help us continue to hold Shabbat services and other programming during this challenging time, it’s a great mitzvah! You can sponsor the livestream in honor or in memory of someone you love. To contribute and make it possible for CBST to continue livestreaming, click here.