with Prahaladan Mandelkorn, Ariel Lippman
Yoga teaches one how to bridge our finite consciousness to the infinite; the Kabbalah teaches how to receive the divine flow of intuitive insights and revelations and to achieve balance on the tree of life. Together, they create a sacred container to hold divine energy.
Experience practices from two ancient traditions that will refine your physical, emotional, mental and spiritual awareness. Through storytelling, exploration of sacred texts, and Yoga practices, you’ll expand your ability to receive your own personal wisdom, here and now.
Jewish scholars/yogis Ariel Lippman and Prahaladan Mandelkorn will also lead meditations and visualizations on sacred names and power symbols that enhance connection with the one’s highest Self and singing of chants that transform and uplift emotion and consciousness. You’ll explore gentle Hatha Yoga asanas that increase the flow of energy and breathing practices that refine consciousness.
This was the perfect combination of exploring my Judaic roots and opening up my new-found love of Yoga.—Former Program Participant
Official times for check-in: 4 pm and check-out: 2 pm
About the Presenters
Prahaladan (Phillip) Mandelkorn a former U.S. Navy Seal Team Platoon Commander, Time Magazine Correspondent and Sen. Robert Kennedy’s speechwriter, served later as Director of Teacher Training at Satchidananda Ashram and collaborated with Sri Swami Satchidananda on the books To Know Your Self and The Living Gita. He also collaborated with Rabbi Zalman Schachter-Shelomi on the book Fragments of a Future Scroll.
Ariel Lippman graduated from Kol Zimra Chant Leaders Institute, as well as Rabbi Nadya Gross’ Kabbalah Wisdom School. She leads chant circles, Sabbath and holiday services, workshops and retreats in the Charlottesville and the DC areas. She is a Reiki and Jewish Energy Healing practitioner, as well as a Senior Research Scientist at the Child Trends, a nonprofit in Bethesda, MD, where she specializes in indicators of child wellbeing.