Sarah learned about introspection, silence, and stewardship from her lifelong Quaker education. She learned about teamwork, hard work, and stepping into her power from years on the sports field. And she learned about big thinking, the art of debate, spirituality, and love for the planet from her dinner table. At the core of every family meal was justice, Judaism, and curiosity. Sarah’s life has taken her from being an overweight kid to a national champion athlete, from a student of sociology to a student of holistic medicine, from an instructor of yoga and mindfulness to a passionate member of the Jewish community. She is dedicated to reclaiming the lost ancient ritual of Rosh Chodesh, a practice attributed to Miriam and proclaimed by Rashi, in which women would come together each new moon, refrain from work, and devote a day to study. Sarah is the founder of At The Well, a project to support Jewish women (and their friends) in living spiritually connected to their bodies and empowered to be fully themselves. At The Well fosters the creation of “Well Circles,” a unique, meaningful, and scalable way to enable young women to gather monthly in peer-led groups to rediscover Jewish wisdom, modernize Jewish traditions, and express Jewish values and spirituality. The model opens avenues to use Judaism as a way to express spiritual discovery; provides resources for young women to connect with their bodies; and it does both in a way that traditionally worked for women and reflects our tradition.