Email to contact the JMM Team for further details and see the JMM facebook page.

If you would like to use the room at any other time in the week please contact Saskia on 020 8457 8784.




We have great pleasure in announcing that JMM@Alyth will be launching a monthly session on a Friday in May at 5.15pm, before the regular Erev Shabbat service at 6.30pm – in addition to our normal session on the third Shabbat morning of the month.


Please also note below that HaMakom will be holding a Public Talk on Bank Holiday Monday 6th May, when Rabbi Dr James Jacobson Maisels will be speaking in Hendon at 7.30pm on Jewish mindfulness and meditation practices.



JMM@Alyth sessions in May

Venue: Alyth Gardens Synagogue, Alyth Gardens, London NW11 7EN

Saturday 18th May 09:15-10:15am with Rabbi Josh Levy and Maxine Levy

An hour of contemplation, movement and learning to set you up for Shabbat


Friday 24th May 17:15-18:15 with Mika Hadar-Borthwick

A breath of Shabbat: Welcoming Shabbat with gentle movement, mindful breath and vocal meditation.




HaMakom Public Talk – Bank Holiday Monday 6 May 19:30-21:00


“Jewish Pathways to Wellbeing, Wisdom & Awakening”


As part of HaMakom’s 10th anniversary celebrations, we are delighted to invite to you an evening with one of our senior faculty members, Rabbi Dr James Jacobson Maisels.


Rabbi James will speak about the transformational power of Jewish spiritual teachings and practices and how they can act as potent and compelling pathways to our enhanced wellbeing,wisdom and awakening. The talk will include an outline of Jewish mindfulness and meditation practices and will be followed by a Q&A session.


Time & Date:  Monday 6 May, 19:30 – 21:00

Place:  Brampton College, Lodge Road, Hendon, London NW4 4DQ

Suggested donation: £10 (£5 concessions)


Please feel free to forward this email to friends and RSVP to reserve your place:


Rabbi James’ Bio:

Rabbi James lives on Kibbutz Hannaton, directs the vision of Or HaLev ( and is a devotee of Jewish mindfulness practice. Ordained by Rav Daniel Landes, with a doctorate in Jewish Studies from the University of Chicago, he lectures internationally on Jewish Spiritual practices. He also teaches at the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies, Haifa University & Yeshivat Hadar. He strives to integrate his study with his practice, and to help teach and live Judaism as a spiritual practice.