Sara Luria is entering her final year of rabbinical school at Hebrew Union College – Jewish Institute for Religion. She just began working to create a New York community mikveh (à la Mayyim Hayyim in the Boston area). She lives in Park Slope, with her husband, Isaac, and her children, Caleb and Eva.
Passover is now behind this year, and with it our celebration of the exodus from Egypt. In the middle of the Hebrew word for Egypt, Mitzrayim, we find tzar, narrowness or constriction; yet, surrounding that narrowness, is mayim, water, fluidity, … Continue reading →
In baby and me yoga class, the instructor asks that we each introduce ourselves, our babies, and then share how we’re feeling today, both physically and emotionally. A small but lovely gesture–she wants to help us create a community of … Continue reading →
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