After over 30 years as a rabbi, serving as the head of non-profit Jewish organizations, Hillel and in congregations, Rabbi Gary Greenebaum is now working as a Transitional Coach and Organizational Consultant. He is also pursuing an interest in the mind/body relationship, which has developed over the last 30 years, partly due to his interest in meditation, contemplation, prayer and movement. He was first introduced to the work of Moshe Feldenkrais and The Feldenkrais Method many years ago while trying to solve his own chronic back pain. More recently he has become a student of the man and his method, and is researching the connections between Feldenkrais and Jewish tradition.
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Awaken Your Body to Awaken Your Mind and Spirit: Intersections of The Feldenkrais Method® and Judaism
Life just keeps getting busier! As we speed up and multi-task, Judaism reminds us to slow down once a week for Shabbat. Can we find more ways to do this moment to moment? Our bodies too have ways of asking us to slow down, to feel more, and do less. In this workshop we will explore where Judaism and Feldenkrais intersect to foster learning on how to slow down, come to our senses and drop into the present moment. The…Find out more »