Yoshi Silverstein is Director of the JOFEE Fellowship at Hazon, and founder of Mitsui Collective, a catalyst for reconnecting us to ourselves, to each other, and to nature through movement, design, play, exploration, and Jewish tradition. He is also a martial artist, CrossFit coach, Earth explorer, father, and husband. Yoshi lives in the Bushwick Plains of Northern Brooklyn with his wife, daughter, and pup. Follow Hazon at (website, FB, Instagram) and Mitsui Collective on Facebook and Instagram.
By Yoshi Silverstein
How Movement And Nature Can Breathe Life Into Your Spiritual Practice
Are you a Jewish mover and shaker? Literally. Do you move? Is movement part of your Jewish practice? What does that look like, and how does leading a more movement-rich life yield benefits for both ourselves as individuals and for the communities and ecosystems in which we move? Movement, especially in nature, is central to…
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