Take a deep breath!
Hillel at NYU and the NYU Bronfman Center are hosting Rest for 2000, a week of events centered around rest beginning Tuesday, April 20. After a year of separation, stress, and loss it is more important than ever to bring our community together for a collective moment or in this case moments to breathe and connect.
Inspired by Shabbat for 2000, we have reimagined what 2000 can represent. Maybe it means 2000 meaningful conversations, 2000 breaths, 2000 paint strokes, or 2000 braids of challah. Rest for 2000 exemplifies a pillar of Bronfman Center education and leadership development through woven leadership—the idea that each of us needs one another in order to make the largest impact on our community. A little rethinking and innovation can keep us connected to one another and our traditions.
Paint by Numbers - April 20th (for students)
Paint by Numbers gives you space to connect with others, relieve stress, and give your artistic side a chance to thrive (without too much pressure)!
Yoga - April 21st (for students)
De-stress, recharge, and get your virtually zen on. This beginners yoga class is open to all. An instructor will guide you through a flow designed to bring strength, flexibility, and endurance to the body, and a sense of stillness to the mind.
Challah Bake - April 22nd (for students)
The Challah Bake creates space for us to come together and bake Challah, a spiritually significant bread at the core of the Shabbat meal. Don’t worry if you have never made challah before, this is the perfect opportunity to try!
Shabbat - April 23rd (for students)
Join reform and traditional egalitarian student clubs for virtual services that are sure to get you into a restful spirit!
Instagram Live Havdalah - April 24th @ 8:45 pm ET (everyone welcome)
Join Rabbi Yehuda Sarna for a Bronfman Center Instagram live Havdalah, the Jewish ritual that marks the end of Shabbat, to culminate the Rest for 2000 week of programming.
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