Join Rabbi Sheila Peltz Weinberg in guided meditation and reflection as she examines the multifaceted role of “breath” on Rosh Hashanah. She invites us to imagine the iconic phrase “I can’t breathe” as the crying out of the shofar, calling on us to wake up to the systematic oppression in which many of us live and prosper.

Reading and leading meditations from my book God Loves the Stranger

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Stuart Kelter interviews Rabbi Sheila Peltz Weinberg about her books, God Loves the Stranger and her autobiography, Surprisingly Happy, through which she explores the challenges of compassion and mindfulness toward self and other, the combining of concepts from Judaism and Buddhism, and the responsibility for social justice.

Shofar Yoga for children in 1st to 3rd grades

Shofar Yoga for children in 4th - 6th grades

Shofar Yoga for teens