Hours and Fees

Fri/Yom Tov8PM
Annual Fee$250
Single Visit*$25
*If you are not an annual member.

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Mikvah Checklist

  • From the onset of your period, did you wait at least five days and afterwards make a proper Hefsek Taharah, conclusion in purity, examination which was completed before sunset?
  • Did you count your seven clean days afterwards, making two internal examinations on each day?
  • Did you remove all body hair that is generally removed (ideally not on the day of immersion)?
  • Have you washed and combed all your hair (including underarms, and private parts) making sure that no hairs are knotted or stuck together?
  • Have you removed all makeup; i.e. lipstick, nail polish, mascara, eye pencil, foundation etc.?
  • Have you removed all items such as glasses, contact lenses, jewelry, false teeth?
  • Have you cut your fingernails and toenails? Have you cleaned the area around them?
  • Have you cleaned your ears, nose, and the corners of your eyes, removing anything caught in the eyes?
  • Have you cleaned all body crevices including between the fingers, between the toes, the naval, earring holes, etc.?
  • Have you bathed your entire body, making sure you are entirely clean?
    (You must bathe for at least a 1/2 hour if you began preparing before nightfall or for 1 hour if you did not do any preparations prior to nightfall.)
  • Have you removed all old scabs? If you have scabs that cannot be removed without bleeding, have you soaked them in warm water for five or ten minutes?
  • Have you removed all splinters which protrude or are on the same level as the skin?
  • Have you rinsed your mouth and brushed your teeth?
  • Have you used a toothpick to gently check every tooth for lodged in food particles?
    (Dental floss should only be used if necessary.)
  • Did you use the bathroom if you needed to before going in the Mikvah?
    If you have reused the bathroom, did you wash over the area again?
  • Please check your entire body prior to immersion.