Are you ready for a Transformative Experience? Join us for a free introductory class to Kabbalah.  Registration form below.

Each spiritual path is different. You want to walk more authentically through your days. Some benefit from new insight that unblocks them and calls them to change. Some find peace in the community of others seeking spiritual fellowship. Whatever the point of entry, there is meaning and direction to be found in the unseen realm. Kabbalah Experience opens that door and invites you to explore the physical and spiritual with a new eye. To study with us is to experience the world opening up to greater possibilities for yourself and humanity.


  • Monday, 1/4 12:00 – 1:00pm MST
  • Thursday 1/7 12:00 – 1:00pm MST


  • Monday, 1/4 3:00 pm – 4:00pm MST- with Melanie Gruenwald
  • Tuesday, 1/5 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm MST- with Melanie Gruenwald
  • Wednesday, 1/6 9:00 am – 10:00 am MST- with Rabbi Jamie Arnold

Brene Brown: Gifts of Imperfection and Kabbalah: 

  • Tuesday, 1/5 9:00am – 10:00 am MST

Morning Meditation: Finding Light in Darkness: 

  • Tuesday 1/5 9:00am – 9:30 am MST

Introduction to Zohar: Uncovering the Mystical Secrets of Familiar Torah Passages

  • Tuesday 1/12 7pm – 8:15pm
    • Please note: This is the first session of the winter series- you are invited to a drop/add period by experiencing the first class with Sue Parker Gerson

Music of the Jewish Mystics

  • Wednesday 1/6, 12 noon – 12:45 pm MST

Class Descriptions:

Soul: The study of Kabbalah enables us to discover what is hidden from our perception in plain sight. In this introduction to the basic teachings of the Kabbalah you learn to see beyond habituated and constricted thinking and become open to experiencing the connectivity of all of created reality—what is known in physics as Quantum Entanglement, in Depth Psychology as Synchronicity and in Kabbalah as Soul Connections Instructor: Melanie Gruenwald

Space: A key to consciousness in Kabbalah is the Tree of Life, a visual map of how infinite and finite flow into and from each other. We enter places, form relationships and pursue projects often with little understanding of how they come about, their meaning and the relevance of seeing beyond what manifests. In this introduction to the Tree of Life we learn about and then practice incorporating this system of energy flow in all our interactions.  Instructor: Melanie Gruenwald and Rabbi Jamie Arnold

Gifts of Imperfection – Brene Brown and Kabbalah: Dr. Brene Brown’s teachings on vulnerability, courage, worthiness and shame, will serve as the text, and Kabbalah will serve as the commentary. We will engage together in this guide to living a whole-hearted life, weaving Dr. Brown’s research and anecdotes, with the timeless teachings of Kabbalah. Instructor: Melanie Gruenwald

Morning Meditation: Finding Light in Darkness: Ours is a world of dualities, of light best perceived when contrasted with darkness. The task of the Kabbalist is to uncover the unity that holds and surrounds all duality. This winter, as darkness moves towards light, start your Tuesdays with Rabbi Sara Brandes, for 45 inspirational minutes of meditation practice, honoring both the duality and the unity in our lives and the world. Instructor: Rabbi Sara Brandes

Introduction to Zohar: Uncovering the Mystical Secrets of Familiar Torah Passages: If you’ve spent any time at all studying Kabbalah (and even if you have not), you’ve likely heard of the Zohar, the Book of Splendor. Here’s a chance to learn more about the origins of the study of mysticism, foundations of the Zohar itself, and important lessons drawn out from familiar stories in the Torah through a mystical lens. Instructor: Sue Parker Gerson

Music of the Jewish Mystics:  Join musician Hal Aqua for a journey through mystical Judaism, expressed through an eclectic array of tunes, songs and chants from ancient to contemporary sources. The class will be highly experiential — with participation encouraged in singing, chanting, and meditative exercises — as well as study-based. Our curriculum will include Kabbalat Shabbat songs from the S’fat Kabbalists, Chasidic niggunim, Sephardic Eliyahu songs in Ladino, Mizrahi trance chants in Judeo-Arabic, works by contemporary Jewish songwriters, and much more. Instructor: Hal Aqua

Free Intro Classes are approximately 1 hour long. Attend remotely with Zoom Video Conferencing.

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