Jewish Meditation, Yoga and Music
with Rabbis Sheila Peltz Weinberg, Myriam Klotz and Jill Zimmerman (and others)
Saturday January 18, 2014
9:30 am – 6:30 pm
at Leo Baeck Temple, West Los Angeles
$125/person including lunch
We are beyond excited to offer a day that will surely be an unforgettable experience.
Rabbis Weinberg and Klotz, hailing from Philadelphia, will be with us in January for a one-day retreat. Both of them are inspiring teachers and leaders of the movement blending meditation, yoga and Jewish practice.
We will also be joined by Rabbis Jill Zimmerman, Wendy Spears, Ken Chasen and Rachel Timoner, Cantors Linda Kates and Ken Cohen!
Registration will open next week. Space is limited.
For more information, write Rabbi Wendy Spears: firstname.lastname@example.org
or Rabbi Jill Zimmerman: email@example.com
About Rabbi Sheila Peltz Weinberg: Sheila Weinberg is a nationally recognized pioneer in Jewish contemplative practice in this country. She has worked in the Jewish community in multiple educational capacities for over 40 years, twenty-five years as a rabbi. She is a founder of the Institute for Jewish Spirituality, where she teaches Torah through the lens of mindfulness practice and yoga. Her writing includes essays on contemporary issues of social justice, poetry, torah and prayer commentaries and she has written a memoir: Surprisingly Happy: An Atypical Religious Memoir. She is a developer and leader of the Jewish Mindfulness Teacher Training program. She is a prolific and profound poet whose work has been widespread . Her teaching style is warm and real and she is hysterically funny.
About Rabbi Myriam Klotz: Rabbi Myriam Klotz is a co-founder and co-director of The Yoga and Jewish Spirituality Teacher Certification Program at Elat Chayyim Jewish Spiritual Retreat Center. A certified yoga teacher and yoga therapist, she writes and teaches about the body and Jewish healing nationally. She received her B.A. from Brown University and graduated from the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, where she serves as a Spiritual Director and Rabbinic Intern Director. She is also editor of the forthcoming Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association Rabbi’s Manual. Her recordings include Each and Every Day: Yoga and Meditation for Jewish Spirituality.
Rabbi Jill Zimmerman, founder of the Jewish Mindfulness Network, is a community rabbi in Los Angeles. She teaches widely on Jewish spirituality and mindfulness. She is a graduate of the Institute for Jewish Spirituality’s Rabbinic program and is certified as a Jewish Mindfulness teacher.
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