Recent Posts from the Mitsui Collective Blog
Building on the theme of Self-Love & Liberation, the key questions guiding this year’s online Tu b’Av festival are: How do we experience Judaism through our bodies? And how is our experience of Judaism affected by the bodies we’re in?
Inspired by the Counting of the Omer, Mitsui Collective is producing daily seven minute wellness practices, taking inspiration from the mystical framework of the Sefirot (divine qualities), featuring regular guest contributions from a diverse array of Jewish professionals, teachers, and wellness practitioners.
Learning with different people alters and impacts the learning experience for each of you, both in relation to learning on your own and also to what the learning would be with someone else. What does it mean to purposefully learn in partnership, aka in chevruta, and what does this have to do with Jewish movement practices?
Building resilient community through embodied Jewish practice focusing on:
• nature connection
• diversity equity & inclusion