On this week’s episode of the Seekers of Meaning TV Show and Podcast, Rabbi Cantor Judy Greenfeld discusses her spiritual journey as founder of the Nachshon Minyan in Los Angeles and as a “concierge rabbi.”
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About the Guest
Rabbi Cantor Judy Greenfeld
Rabbi Cantor Judy Greenfeld is not your ordinary “Temple Rabbi.” She founded Nachshon Minyan in 2005, a spiritual and religious community geared toward unaffiliated Jews and Jews who want to update their negative feelings about Judaism.
After a successful career in fitness and wellness, and with a curiosity to explore the spirituality in the faith she was born into, Rabbi Judy enrolled in the Academy for Jewish Religion later in life. That is where she received her Cantorial ordination and a Master’s Degree in Jewish Sacred Music and Rabbinic ordination.
She is a current member of the California Board of Rabbis and serves on the Sandra Caplan Beit Din in Los Angeles. Rabbi Judy is also a lecturer and co-author (with Dr. Tamar Frankiel) of two books: Minding the Temple of the Soul and Entering the Temple of Dreams.
Both a teacher and healer, Rabbi Judy has built a following as a concierge Rabbi serving the Greater Los Angeles community. She weaves an array of healing practices, from dreamwork, meditation, breath work, healing through somatic dance, sound and sonic geometry and incorporates other ways to understand and open up the ancient scriptures and meaning of Torah, Mussar and Kabbalah. For more information on Rabbi Judy, please visit RabbiCantorJudy.org.