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Lisa Halberstadt is a psychiatric researcher, and a teacher of Mindful Meditation, Jewish Meditation and Mindful Self-Compassion. In this one-time class, Lisa will lead the group in a Passover themed meditation from which the wisdom of Jewish teachings and the inspiring nature of the Passover story will be used as a foundation. Participants will walk away feeling renewed and centered whether they plan to celebrate Passover or they are simply looking for a unique and uplifting opportunity to meet people and connect with themselves.
This program is open to people of all faiths and does not require a background in meditation.
Mark your calendars now for our community's first ever Israel Day on Sunday, June 25 from 3 - 6 PM! The Israeli Friendship Caravan will perform at 3 PM. Other activities will run from 4 - 6 PM and will include a "shuk" with local vendors, camel rides, a petting zoo, henna tattoos, beer and Israeli wine tasting, Israeli cuisine, and much, much more!
Questions about Israel Day or about hosting a member of the Caravan? Contact Leslie McGuigan, Program and Special Events Manager, at email@example.com.
Israel Day is made possible by the generous contribution of the Richmond Council of Jewish Educators.
The Israeli Friendship Caravan visit is made possible by the generous contributions of Allianz Global Assistance, the Eddie Lapkin Israeli Scout Fund of the Richmond Jewish Foundation and Weinstein JCC.