Rabbi Myriam Klotz (RRC 1999) is currently a senior faculty member with the Institute for Jewish Spirituality. She is also Director of the Spirituality Initiative at HUC-JIR in New York, where she co-directs Bekhol Levavkha Jewish Spiritual Director training.
She is the project director for Reconstructing Judaism's project on resiliency practices for activists, funded by the Lippman-Kanfer Foundation for Living Torah and the Nathan Cummings Foundation. Myriam has been teaching about embodied spirituality through yoga and movement for over twenty years, including as a founding co-director of the Yoga and Jewish Spirituality Teacher Training at Isabella Freedman Jewish Retreat Center. She lives in Philadelphia with her spouse Margot, their youngest son Raffi, and their dogs Tiger and Frosty.
February 13th, 2018 | Season 1 | 22 mins 27 secs
How do we pull ourselves together when we feel scattered or unfocused? In this episode of Hashivenu, Rabbi Myriam Klotz and Rabbi Deborah Waxman invite us into the spiritual practice of "hineni" -- being present and responsive.