Special Events

Rosh Hodesh Sound Bath Meditation

Join Melanie Gruenwald and Elizabeth Rosenblum for a monthly sound bath meditation at Kabbalah Experience. Melanie will create ritual and context around the theme of the Jewish month, and Elizabeth will lead us in healing meditation.

Most sessions are scheduled on the Thursday closest to the new moon of each Jewish month (December will be a full moon).

All sessions are on Thursdays from 7:00pm – 8:30pm Mountain Time

Fall series:
  • December 8th (Kislev)/ full moon

Winter/Spring Series:

  • January 19th
  • February 16th
  • March 16th
  • April 20th
  • May 18th
  • In person: $125 for winter/spring series or $27/ class
  • On ZOOM: $115 for winter/spring series or $25/ per class
Elizabeth bowls

Instructors: Melanie Gruenwald and Elizabeth Rosenblum

Elizabeth became interested in practicing daily meditation and sound therapy for self-care and quickly realized the benefits were life changing. Learning to navigate the stresses of life with more ease and compassion brought calm in all aspects of her life.  Not only was she able to directly experience the power of meditation and sound healing deeply, but her children and those around reaped these benefits too.  She is honored to share these benefits with others who would like to make this a daily practice in their healing and life’s journey. 

Along with thirty years of practice and experience in the healing arts, Elizabeth brings versatility and creativity as a painter, small business owner, and former leader in the non-profit community.  As a natural healer and intuitive guide, she became interested in energy and sound healing in 2010 which led her to India to further her knowledge. Elizabeth is a Certified Meditation & Mindfulness Teacher and Trainer from The McLean Meditation Institute, Certified Sound Healing practitioner and a certified Coach.  Additionally, she received her yoga certification in Nasik, India in 2011. Elizabeth holds a Master’s in Public Administration, specializing in non-profit management at University of Colorado, Denver. Additionally, she completed a leadership program through the Denver Community Leadership Forum which included an Outward-Bound experience.

In her spare time, Elizabeth enjoys reading, painting, dancing, spending time in nature reenergizing, road trips, yoga, hiking or cycling in the mountains and spending time with her family and dog, Milo.