Request an Immersion

Please fill out the form below to request an appointment at Mayyim Hayyim. If you are requesting an appointment for more than one person, please select "Add another response" at the bottom of the form; you must use a unique email for each adult.

SUMMER HEAT ADVISORY: We have new measures in place to combat the high summer temperatures which may affect your immersion. Please click here to read about these measures on our website before requesting an immersion.

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Immersion Information
Please request your appointment at least two (2) business days in advance. Although not always possible, we will do our best to accommodate other requests.

When submitting a request, you can expect:
  • Your increased flexibility within the posted hours and requesting appointments farther in advance will yield a higher likelihood of confirming your appointment.
  • An email from our staff to either confirm your requested time or suggest alternative options.
Hours of operation:
  • Monday - Thursday: 10:00am - 9:00pm
  • Friday: 10:00am - 3:00pm
  • Sunday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Please note that evening hours are reserved for women or those practicing niddah.

When would you like to immerse? Please share three dates/times in order of preference:

Format: 8/1/2022 1:00pm; please exclude any extra spaces or characters

Format: 8/1/2022 2:00pm; please exclude any extra spaces or characters

Format: 8/2/2022 11:00am; please exclude any extra spaces or characters




During your visit, a volunteer Mikveh Guide will always be present to welcome you and ensure your privacy. Traditionally, a Mikveh Guide acts as a witness to make certain that one’s entire body (including all hair) is immersed under water. Mikveh Guides hold a sheet above their eyes, only lowering it down at the moment of immersion. Mayyim Hayyim also trains Mikveh Guides to help facilitate the ritual, providing guidance and support when appropriate. However, you may choose to immerse in private or with a friend or family member acting as your witness.