Our social diarist attended a gala afterparty, a premiere, and a shabbat ritual.
Wellness is more than turmeric-laced golden milk and Lululemon. It has ancient roots — in Jewish rituals.
An Arizona yoga teacher accused of baring her breasts at a bar mitzvah party testified that an older boy drugged and sexually assaulted her.
After closing in 2013, Kutsher’s — famed as the inspiration for the fictional “Dirty Dancing” Borscht Belt resort — is to be reincarnated as a $250-million yoga center.
Long popular among Israelis, yoga is gaining ground among Palestinians seeking inner peace in a land marred by war. But can it actually ‘empower’ them?
Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia. Because there is no cure, Jewish patients often get alternative care, like special Seders and yoga.
After a flood of new studies connecting exercise and Alzheimer’s prevention, the Hebrew Home at Riverdale is using yoga and physical activity to care for Alzheimer’s patients.
Meals on Wheels may disappear, Iran sanctions are at risk and yoga is filling in the gaps. This is what the federal government shutdown looks like in Jewish Washington.
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Put down those mats everyone. Now yoga is bad.