Embracing Impermanence for Mindful Living

May 30, 2024 $0.00 - $18.00
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Be fully present to what is present, and integrate past and future into this moment.

Kabbalah Experience Awareness Practice


Impermanence is a principle of harmony. When we don’t struggle against it we are in harmony with reality.

Pema Chodron


These constantly changing times can be disorienting. How might we embrace grounding practices for a mindful approach to living in the present moment? Using this powerful transformative kabbalah awareness practice, we will explore how we integrate past and present so we can live more fully in the present moment.



Executive Director of Kabbalah Experience, Melanie Gruenwald brings over 25 years of non-profit leadership and community organizing to her position. Engaged with senior citizens, families, college students, and teens, Melanie has extensive professional experience with communal leadership and informal Jewish education.


Melanie is energized by building relationships, understanding people’s needs, and finding ways to connect them. She loves the balance of organizational leadership and teaching which she engages daily at Kabbalah Experience.


She earned her B.S. in Psychology from Binghamton University (S.U.N.Y), and Master in Social Work, and a Certificate in Jewish Communal Service from the Wurzweiler School of Social Work at Yeshiva University. Melanie has pursued additional Judaic and spiritual studies at the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies, the Conservative Yeshiva, and most recently, the Kabbalah Experience.

Melanie is married to Rabbi Salomon Gruenwald, Associate Rabbi at the Hebrew Educational Alliance, and is mom to three children, Koby (z”l), Hannah, and Micah.

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Thursday, May 30, 2024, 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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