Movement as PrayeR 

God is not elsewhere but is moving through our cells and in every part of us with its pulsating message...its miraculous waters wash us, purify the ravages, kiss away our tears and loneliness. -Emilie Conrad

I remember at age five watching my grandfather praying at shul. He would jump up and down with great energy and joy, throwing his arms into the air as if he were possessed by some higher spirit. With his white hair and long, white beard he looked like God to me, so I thought God must be a dancer. This experience gave me the image of dance as something special, and inspired me to spend my life looking for a dance that would mean as much to me and others as my grandfather’s dance meant to him. -Anna Halprin 

Offerings: 

Embodied Interpretations of Jewish Liturgy

Ecstatic Havdalah Dance Prayer Parties

Movement workshops tailored to the needs of your community

Dancing the Morning Blessings at the 2016 Romemu Retreat, at Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center.

Dancing the Morning Blessings at the 2016 Romemu Retreat, at Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center.

Dancing at the Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute ordination ceremony.

Dancing at the Kohenet Hebrew Priestess Institute ordination ceremony.

Ali is a gift to all those who come in contact with her. The sweet gentle energy of her movement work translates into a deep and powerful connection with one’s body and it’s divinity.
— Arthur Fried, Founding Member of Romemu