Schedule an Appointment

Mayyim Hayyim is working to ensure that you have a meaningful experience while we undergo extensive repairs following severe weather-related damage in early February. Use the forms below to request your immersion and note the hours of operation on each form. Our hours and availability are currently highly limited; should you have flexibility to request an appointment during the month of June we expect to return to full capacity at that time.

Until then, you can expect:

  • Uneven flooring that precludes wheelchair accessibility and will require careful footing throughout the mikveh area.
  • 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.
  • In the unlikely event that unpredictability with our repair schedule leads to a last-minute conflict with your scheduled appointment, we will do everything we can to reschedule it at a time that is convenient for you.

We look forward to welcoming you and ask that you review Mayyim Hayyim’s current Public Health protocols prior to requesting your appointment. Many other FAQ’s about the immersion experience, including preparation, immersion, and the role of the Mikveh Guide/witness can be found here. 

Mayyim Hayyim is in the process of developing a new scheduling system that will increase the ease and accessibility of making an appointment. In the meantime, you may request an appointment through the form below. We will do our best to accommodate all requests however we ask for at least two business days’ notice whenever possible.

Contact us at or 617-244-1836, ext. 216 with any questions.

Please note that your appointment is not confirmed until you receive a confirmation email from

Request an Immersion

Request a Conversion Immersion

Request a Tour


  • Mayyim Hayyim currently has limited availability for immersions while we undergo construction to repair damage incurred to the building following the extreme cold on February 4. 

    To support our repairs and bolster your local community mikveh, donate to our campaign to Make Waves for the Future and join us to celebrate outgoing CEO Carrie Bornstein. Learn more and donate here.