Rachel Kann

Kohenet Rachel Kann, MFA, is a poet and ceremonialist. She is certified in Jewish Energy Healing and has apprenticed in Shipibo medicine work and Hebrew shamanism, as well as having trained in dance and drumming healing arts modalities.

She is a 2021 and 2022 Writer-in-Residence for American Jewish University. She was the 2020 New England Jewish Poetry Festival’s Featured Poet and a 2020 Cosmic Sister “Women of The Psychedelic Renaissance” awardee for her poetry presentation at the 2020 Spirit Plant Medicine Conference. She was the 2017 Outstanding Instructor of the Year at UCLA Extension Writers’ Program.

She is a WORD: Bruce Geller Memorial Prize recipient for her latest poetry collection, How to Bless the New Moon, from Ben Yehuda Press. Available from Jewitches!

Her spoken word visual album, The Quickening, has received accolades from film festivals in Florence, Tel Aviv, Los Angeles and New York.

She has performed her poetry in venues such as Disney Concert Hall, Royce Hall, The Broad Stage, The San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts, TEDxUCLA, The Jewish Psychedelic Summit and Tasha Blank's The Get Down.

She leads both one-on-one and group ceremonies, rituals and creativity workshops for folks from a diversity of backgrounds, with the intention of facilitating the realization of paradise through self-actualization, reintegration, inspiration, authenticity, the release of trauma and an increase in self-love.

Rachel created a literacy curriculum called Waking Up the Words for elementary schools across the Los Angeles Unified School District incorporating play and embodiment to encourage learning, retention, love of language and self-expression.

She has been featured on Morning Becomes Eclectic and Welcome to Night Vale.

Find out more and stay in touch by following her right here on Eventbrite, as well as here.

Kohenet Rachel Kann, MFA, is a poet and ceremonialist. She is certified in Jewish Energy Healing and has apprenticed in Shipibo medicine work and Hebrew shamanism, as well as having trained in dance and drumming healing arts modalities.

She is a 2021 and 2022 Writer-in-Residence for American Jewish University. She was the 2020 New England Jewish Poetry Festival’s Featured Poet and a 2020 Cosmic Sister “Women of The Psychedelic Renaissance” awardee for her poetry presentation at the 2020 Spirit Plant Medicine Conference. She was the 2017 Outstanding Instructor of the Year at UCLA Extension Writers’ Program.

She is a WORD: Bruce Geller Memorial Prize recipient for her latest poetry collection, How to Bless the New Moon, from Ben Yehuda Press. Available from Jewitches!

Her spoken word visual album, The Quickening, has received accolades from film festivals in Florence, Tel Aviv, Los Angeles and New York.

She has performed her poetry in venues such as Disney Concert Hall, Royce Hall, The Broad Stage, The San Francisco Palace of Fine Arts, TEDxUCLA, The Jewish Psychedelic Summit and Tasha Blank's The Get Down.

She leads both one-on-one and group ceremonies, rituals and creativity workshops for folks from a diversity of backgrounds, with the intention of facilitating the realization of paradise through self-actualization, reintegration, inspiration, authenticity, the release of trauma and an increase in self-love.

Rachel created a literacy curriculum called Waking Up the Words for elementary schools across the Los Angeles Unified School District incorporating play and embodiment to encourage learning, retention, love of language and self-expression.

She has been featured on Morning Becomes Eclectic and Welcome to Night Vale.

Find out more and stay in touch by following her right here on Eventbrite, as well as here.

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