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Naama Sadan

Naama is currently completing a Ph.D. in Environmental Education at the Hebrew University and is a visiting student researcher at UC Berkeley. She serves as the Director of Development and Sustainability at Atiq: Jewish Maker Institute.      Before coming to Berkeley, she taught Judaic Studies in Beit Midrash programs at the University of Haifa, Oranim College, and at the Hebrew University as well as teaching and developing programs in Geography, Urban Planning, and Sustainability to high school students and teachers in Jerusalem. After learning about Yemima teachings from her grandmother, she started practicing Yemima’s method in 2010 and has found it to be an anchor in her life since.

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October 2020

Wise Women – Fall 2020

Sunday, October 25, 2020 thru Sunday, November 22, 2020
4:00 PM to 5:15 PM
$90 – $150

There are so many wise Jewish women in the Bay Area. These women are educators, artists, mothers, activists, writers, lawyers, leaders, rabbis, and social workers. They build communities, create beauty, advocate for change, inspire with ritual, protect, and heal. They have so much to teach our community about strength, spirituality, resilience, and creativity. At HaMaqom, we want to learn their Torah. Over five sessions, participants in Wise Women will learn from inspiring women educators of the Bay Area. Each session…

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November 2020

Yemima Method – Learn & Grow Together – Fall 2020

Sunday, November 8, 2020 thru Sunday, November 29, 2020
8:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Educator: Naama Sadan
$72 – $120

Jewish teachings often point out the importance of having a healthy character and a positive emotional state, yet it is not always clear how to achieve these goals. In the 1980s, Yemima Avital, a contemporary Moroccan Israeli healer and a female Hasidic Rebbe, developed a method for emotional and spiritual growth which is rooted deep in Jewish Kabbalistic traditions. Now known as the Yemima Method, this structure of cognitive thinking is used and studied by thousands, mainly in Hebrew. At…

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