Qirvah Community Instructors
Susanna’s middle eastern percussion journey started in the mid 90’s and it has remained her primary musical focus to this day. Her repertoire includes classical, art, folk, and devotional styles ranging from North Africa to Egypt and the Levant as well as Turkey and the Silk Road. Currently she is performing with the Qirvah Trio, Stanford Middle Eastern Ensemble, Silk Road Caravan and Karavanseray.
Rabbi Tsvi Bar-David teaches practices of the direct experience of G!d in a way which balances (hopefully!) head and heart. His students say that he is particularly adept at guided meditations, both for the purpose of getting into the G!dzone as well as for preparing heart and mind for Jewish text study, like Tanya and Zohar. Reb Tsvi has a particular affection for chant and drumming as tools for getting into dveikut , that place where
I am still me, and the Beloved is still the Beloved, and yet the wall between us dissolves!
Reb Tsvi will be teaching his second cohort of Moreh Ruahh a year-long intensive program in becoming a Jewish spiritual healer, with a focus on practices and texts in Jewish mysticism.
You can reach Reb Tsvi at firstname.lastname@example.org .