Kabalah Yoga is the fruit of Audi Gozlan’s long involvement in both physical and spiritual betterment. This fusion of disciplines involves practicing a mystical form of yoga, one based on the ancient principles of the Hebrew faith, kabalah. Hence the name, Kabalah Yoga.
Gozlan will be the guest of Chabad of Westside Manhattan this coming Friday night, November 21. Kabbalat Shabbat at Chabad 4:55 PM and Shabbat dinner: 5:25PM at Talia’s Steakhouse, 668 Amsterdam (between 92nd & 93rd). Cost: $45 per person.
Gozlan will teach about this discipline which synthesizes ancient Jewish wisdom with physical movement, inspired by the directives of the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
Kabalah Yoga is the art of translating the Hebrew language into the movements of yoga, embedding the mysticisms of the mind into the certainties of the body.
He will also speak during Shacharit Shabbat morning at Chabad of the West 60s and will have an optional yoga workshop after the Kiddush. For more information about the Shabbat day program, visit www.chabadw60s.com
For Audi, yoga and kabalah are a way of life. He has been meditating for 24 years. As far back as the early 90’s, while pursuing his law degree at the University of Montreal, he taught kabalah wisdom and meditation at the Hillel Student Center on campus.
After graduating, he became increasingly involved with the Chai Center of Montreal, an outreach organization. And so for the last nine years, the Chai Center has been home to his many teachings on kabalah meditation. Recently, he branched out and founded the first-ever Kabalah Yoga Center, located in Montreal, Quebec.
Audi is also a practicing lawyer and is pursuing a doctorate in law. A accomplished artist, his artwork reflects his fascination with the Hebrew letters, and their deeper meanings. He and his wife Karen live in Montreal with their five children.
Visit www.kabalahyoga.com for more information.