Class Description

This 8-week class is focused on spiritual development for children ages 10-years old. Developed by Rabata, the unique program focuses on belief, character development, and value systems by learning about the spiritual heart, this life and the hereafter, doing good deeds, and dhikr. This program also reflects upon the Qur’an and Sunnah, focuses on Ibadah (worship), Ihsan (to obtain excellence in worship), hikma (wisdom), and learning about right and wrong actions. The content is delivered in a fun and engaging online environment taught by diverse certified Ribaat Instructors.

Class Day & Time

Tuesday & Wednesday 6:30 pm CST

Session Dates: Sept. 21st-Nov. 10th

Cost: $125

This class is designed for children born between the dates of 

Aug. 31, 2010-Sept. 1, 2011

*For the privacy and protection of all our students, classes are NOT recorded. Students must attend live sessions.

Program Policy: Once the session begins, NO refunds are allowed. 


Dana Nass is a dedicated educator who has a passion for empowering Muslim youth to become the best versions of themselves. Dana spent her early years in the United States and returned to Syria for 16 years and studied traditional Islamic education. She earned a bachelor’s degree in Arabic Literature from Damascus University. Dana returned to the United States and settled in Arizona. She immediately was drawn to community service as a board member and educational director for six years at ICNEV where she led numerous women and youth programs in empowerment, mental health support, religious identity, community outreach and interfaith groups. She recently earned a master’s degree in Psychology with an emphasis in Life Coaching from Grand Canyon University. Dana is the proud owner of Envision Youth center, and a partner of Grow Together, mentoring Muslim youth in foster care that are disconnected from their faith community. Dana had recently joined an effort to establish the first Muslim Community Senior Center in Greater Phoenix. She enjoys continually finding ways to serve her community. Dana loves coffee and crocheting; she takes her hooks and yarn wherever she goes.

Dana Nass