Two Traditions, One Path with Ben Shalva

Saturday May 7th |  12:30pm - 2:30pm  (book signing event to follow)

Yoga provides us a path to wholeness through the connection of body, mind and soul. Kabbalah, Jewish mysticism, also points us towards wholeness. Through the teachings and practice of Kabbalah, we learn to better integrate body, mind and soul and to reach beyond ourselves, connecting to the vast universe around us.

Join Benjamin Shalva for an engaging and embodied exploration of these two ancient traditions. Participants will become familiar with key Kabbalistic ideas and will discover, through integrated Yogic and Kabbalistic practices, the benefits of melding these two traditions.

No prior knowledge of Yoga or Kabbalah necessary. All beginners welcome.

Cost: $25  |
Perennial members receive a 10% discount

About Ben Shalva

As a rabbi, writer, meditation teacher, and yoga instructor, Benjamin Shalva leads seminars around the world in Spiritual Cross-Training, Kabbalah Yoga, Jewish Meditation, and Mindfulness Meditation. He received his rabbinical ordination from the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York City and his yoga teacher certification from the Yogic Physical Culture Academy in Los Cabos, Mexico. Shalva serves on the faculty at the Jewish Mindfulness Center of Washington and leads musical prayer services for the 6th & I Historic Synagogue and Bet Mishpachah in Washington, DC. His writings have been published in the Washington Post, Elephant Journal, and Spirituality & Health magazine, and his first book, Spiritual Cross-Training: Searching through Silence, Stretch, and Song, was recently published by Grand Harbor Press. Born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, he lives in Reston, Virginia, with his wife and their children.

Join Ben for a discussion and book-signing event for his book Spiritual Cross-Training at 3pm.

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