Web Conferencing Courses Meet Growing Interest in Kabbalah
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Posted: September 13 2007


Tiferet Institute – the leading independent, non-denominational Web-conferencing site for Jewish spirituality and Kabbalah studies has announced an expanded line up of classes for Fall 2007 taught by some of the most highly regarded and popular teachers in the field.

Tiferet Institute is an innovative leader in the new frontier of adult Jewish education – interactive, real-time, audio-visual classes via desktop Web-conferencing in the privacy of home or office. Tiferet’s diverse student body includes rabbis and rabbinical students, homemakers and Jewish professionals, Jews and non-Jews from across the United States and as far away as Brazil and Europe.

The institute’s day and evening classes are limited to 12 students each to ensure maximum interaction and personalized instruction. Graduate and undergraduate credit is available for selected courses.

The Fall line up of classes includes: Introduction to Talmud, taught by Arthur Kurzweil; Authentic Jewish Meditation: Original Teachings & Methods, taught by Rabbi DovBer Pinson; Kabbalah & The Feminine, taught by Tamar Frankiel, Ph.D.; Kabbalistic Mussar: Insights from “The Palm Tree of Deborah,” taught by Alan Morinis, Ph.D., as well as three courses taught by Tiferet’s Founder and Director, Rabbi Yakov Travis, Ph.D.: Introduction to Kabbalah: History, Mystery & Essence; Zohar on Genesis: Journeying into a Mystical Masterpiece, and Shekhinah: Essential Teachings & Practices.

Tuition for most classes is $650. Classes commence the week of Oct. 8, and most run for 11 weeks, each session lasting two hours. A limited number of need-based scholarships are available. Registration deadline is Oct. 4. Full course descriptions, teacher profiles and additional information about classes and Tiferet Institute are available at www.tiferet.org.

Tiferet Institute is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization based in Cleveland, Ohio


If you would like more information, would like a demonstration of the “Virtual Classroom,” or wish to schedule interviews with teachers and/or students, please contact Rabbi Yakov Travis at 1.888.615.808 or ytravis@tiferet.org


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    Tiferet Institute
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