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Morning Meditation

Hosted By: Temple Har Zion

A guided meditation, tying in to the week’s parsha

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Ruth Dalphin

Ruth Dalphin (M.M., L.Ac., National Board Certified Acupuncturist. (NCCAOM) is owner of Associates for Asian Healing Arts. She has many years of experience practicing and teaching meditation, yoga, whole foods, acupressure, and various wellness programs. Ruth is one of the "Founding Mothers" of the American Organization for Bodywork Therapies of Asia© (AOBTA), a Certified Instructor, and Lifetime Member. A yoga teacher for many years, she is a 500-hour Registered Yoga Teacher (Yoga Alliance©). Her volunteer work includes service on both the AOBTA and the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine© (NCCAOM) boards and many committees. Ruth has had interviews and articles in national publications, has appeared on radio and TV, and has taught many seminars, retreats, workshops and classes.
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Temple Har Zion

Temple Har Zion was established in the Historic town of Mt. Holly, NJ over 85 years ago. We are an egalitarian, Jewish Renewal-oriented synagogue in the Conservative tradition, led by our spiritual leader, Hazzan Dr. Evlyn Gould. THZ is known for its spirituality, its warm, welcoming members. We host virtual services and educational opportunities!
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