A Taste of Mussar

An Introduction To The Spiritual Dimensions Of Personal Growth

Mussar, a tradition passed from generation to generation, teaches us to understand how choices affect our self and others. Studying Mussar guides us to become a full and active participant in relationships - to be present, awake, and to live life as we aspire to.

Join us this February for four sessions (February 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd). All sessions will take place in Petaluma on Friday mornings 9.30am - 11am. 

The course leaders, Stephen Weiss and Helaine Sheias, graduates of the Yesod Facilitation course at the Mussar Institute, will co-facilate.

For location details, more information, and to register, please contact Helaine Sheias at: tjlaineh@att.net 


This series is in collaboration with The Mussar Institute.

Interests: Meetings
February 01, 2019 to February 22, 2019
9:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Petaluma location shared upon registration.


Organized By: 
Helaine Sheias
Event Contact Person: 
Helaine Sheias
Helaine Sheias, Ph.D.
Helaine is a Certified Yoga Therapist and Founder of Yinspiration Yoga - a Therapeutic Approach to Yin Yoga. Helaine holds a PhD in Human Sciences, and is a graduate of the Socially Engaged Spirituality Program at Saybrook University. Born in Massachusetts, Helaine made Alia to Israel in her teens, served in the IDF and settled in Israel for more than two decades. She returned to the US in 2007 and has found her place in the Bay Area. Yoga reopened her passion to spiritual journeying - igniting her curiosity to Mussar and Jewish Learning. She is a graduate of the Yesod Training and looks forward to facilitating TMI Mussar Courses, live and online. Mussar has opened her heart, softened her soul, and lifted her spirit. She feels blessed and honored to embrace Mussar as part of her Jewish spiritual journey
Stephen Weiss
Stephen is an artist, and is finishing a book of portraits of spiritual leaders in California‘s Central Valley. He is a retired physician and practiced Internal Medicine at Kaiser Permanente. Before he became a physician, Stephen earned the Doctor of Mental Health degree from UCSF. He then joined the faculty in the Department of Psychiatry, and had a psychotherapy practice. Stephen says his life is the practice of listening.