Health & Healing at Dancing Rabbit

Tamar’s House

Tamar Friedner first came to Dancing Rabbit in 2000, and was a key part of the community until her death in 2010 at the age of 32. She was a gardener, a builder, a fiddle-player, an artist, a yoga teacher, an aspiring midwife and much more.

In her honor, her house has become a space for health and healing in the tri-communities. It is available for community use in the warmer months, and provides temporary winter housing for individuals who bring a health/healing gift to the community. As Tamar did, we interpret health and healing very broadly, including physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual healing. In the warmer months the house can be used for many purposes, including counseling, bodywork, meditation or contemplation, private conversation, conflict resolution/mediation, singing, chanting, yoga, qi gong, rest, writing, journaling, retreat, and art.