Rabbi Mitch Cohen discusses Chanukah
Mitch Cohen is the spiritual leader of Congregation Shalom B’Harim in Dahlonega, GA (www.shalombharim.org), a post-denominational congregation of 50 families from across North Georgia. He was ordained Rabbinic Fellow at Metifta Adat Wolkowisk Rabbinical Academy. Mitch is also a certified Life Coach, certified by Center of Leadership Design, and Certified Facilitator of Franklin Covey's Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. A 200-hour certified Hatha Yoga teacher, Mitch teaches Torah Yoga and other Hatha Yoga classes in north Fulton County.
Mitch is certified as an Outreach Fellow by the Union of Reform Judaism (URJ) to facilitate support groups for Jews by choice after conversion. He is an adult Jewish educator, leads interfaith trips to Israel. Mitch has taught classes on Kabbalah (Jewish Mysticism), Creative Midrash, Jewish Prayer and Jewish Meditation. He teaches progressive relaxation, Hatha Yoga poses and meditation to minimize stress during major life transitions.
(The interview for tonight's program is prerecorded.)
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