Omek HaLev is proud to partner with these organizations:
Shalem: The Jewish Wellness Initiative of the San Francisco Bay Area
Shalem, the Jewish Wellness Initiative of the San Francisco Bay Area, was conceived and created by Rabbi Lavey Derby and Julie Emden as a program of the Peninsula Jewish Community Center and Embodied Jewish Learning. Shalem promotes wellness and well-being inspired by, and infused with, Jewish spiritual wisdom, and is now a collaboration of the Peninsula JCC, Embodied Jewish Learning, Oshman Family JCC, Jewish Silicon Valley, JCC San Francisco, Osher Marin JCC, and JCC East Bay. Shalem is a recipient of the Kol Ha Kavod JCC Association Biennial Excellence Award.
Embodied Jewish Learning
Founded and directed by Julie Emden, Embodied Jewish Learning offers all people the chance to experience Jewish wisdom through movement practices that nourish their minds, bodies, hearts and souls and empowers them to fully embody and express their unique role in creating positive change for our world. With a bold, holistic approach, we offer spiritual seekers, yogis and dancers a way to access Jewish wisdom that is meaningful and relevant to their everyday lives. Read More About Embodied Jewish Learning.
Reb Lavey’s website was designed by 4wdesign.com. With a unique blend of design and technical skills, Ellen Tobe provides graphic design services for a wide variety of digital and print media, including newsletters, websites, magazines, logos & branding, ads & signage, and much more. In addition to design, Ellen is a mixed media artist and greeting card designer. Her card lines include Judaica, Espresso cards, note cards, and cards can be customized for special occasions. Contact Ellen at 4wdesign.com or email@example.com to learn more.
Meg Oberhand created the banner of Reb Lavey’s hands holding a heart. Contact Meg at oberartcreative.com to learn more about her work.