In 1997, he found a flyer for The Kabbalah Centre in the street, and with it, he found his answers. As a landscape architect in Israel, he managed many big projects. However, in 2002, he realized that his true calling was as a Kabbalah Teacher.
Striving constantly to become his best self, he works tirelessly for the Light, believing in the power the tools of Kabbalah offer to bring about personal transformation, and seeing his students’ lives change right before his eyes. In addition to his deep study of Kabbalah, Yosef likes to write poems and draw. He currently lives in Israel with his wife and son.
The wisdom she gained from Kabbalah gave her, and continues to give her, answers to questions about her purpose and existence in our universe. After her University studies in Education and Theatre, Michal decided to dedicate her life to helping people make a difference in themselves and the world through the teachings of Kabbalah, and has spent the last ten years doing just that at Kabbalah Centres across the globe.
As a teacher sharing her experiences and enthusiasm for Kabbalah with her students, Michal particularly enjoys teaching special seminars for women, and Zohar classes and Advanced classes. A lover of nature and music, Michal currently lives in Israel with her family.
Ruth brings her love and passion for Kabbalah into the classroom and enjoys guiding her students towards personal growth and transformation. A keen listener and lover of art, she enjoys connecting with people and experiencing the wonders of life. She finds it moving to witness the spiritual growth of her students.
Ruth is committed to the expansion and advancement of the Kabbalah Centre study group in Italy. She believes that kabbalistic values build stronger communities. Ruth currently commutes to Italy from Tel Aviv, where she lives with her husband, Kabbalah teacher, Eliahu Bouhanna, and their two children.
Driven by a feeling that there must be something more, he began asking big life questions. His search for purpose and direction led Eliahou to The Kabbalah Centre in 1990. The wisdom he learned guided him towards finally answering the questions that had plagued him for years. He experienced a spiritual rebirth and knew that he needed to share Kabbalah with others.
For the past 10 years, Eliahou has taught and lectured in Paris, Toronto, Los Angeles, London, and Tel Aviv. He now focuses his efforts in Europe and Africa. He enjoys helping others improve their lives, just as he has improved his own.
In 2004, Deborah joined the Kabbalah Centre’s European team and since then has been a teacher for study groups in Italy and Romania. She believes passionately in giving people the tools they need to become channels for making a difference and fostering human dignity and love. Deborah currently lives in Tel Aviv with her husband, David, a Kabbalah Centre teacher for Germany. She gives weekly classes online and travels to Italy to give lectures and meet with study groups in different cities.
For over ten years, David has dedicated his life to sharing Kabbalah. In addition to teaching and life coaching, he is involved in numerous charitable projects focused on fostering peace within the world community. David also travels internationally, inspiring students with lectures and classes.
After a 2008 presentation at the United Nations in Vienna, he was invited as a guest speaker at the International Conference on Peace-Building. David commutes to Germany, Austria, and Switzerland from Tel Aviv, Israel where he lives with his wife, Deborah, a Kabbalah instructor in Italy.
A teacher since 2002, she finds that guiding students to grow and become better people is a deeply rewarding experience. She takes the time to build personal connections with each student and aims to help them become stronger channels of the Creator’s Light.
Naomi has taught Kabbalah in Europe, Venezuela, Brazil and the USA, while raising her two sons. Her studies at Bar-Ilan University in Special Education gave Naomi additional skills in teaching children and adults, leading to her contribution to the founding, growth, and development of “The Kabbalah Children’s Academy” and “Spirituality for Kids” programs in the USA. In 2010 Naomi returned to Israel and has continued her teaching in Europe, primarily in France.
In addition to spending time with her family, Naomi is happy to be back in Israel and connecting with more people. She continues to open her heart daily to her friends, students and the universe, and wishes the same for others.
Inspired and having found her true purpose with this life-changing wisdom, she realized that her current path—the study of engineering — was not her path to bring lasting change to the world.
She then decided to dedicate herself full time to the study and spread of the wisdom of Kabbalah throughout the world. Rivka has been an active force in the Kabbalah Centres in Israel, Toronto, Moscow, New York and has been teaching Kabbalah for over 11 years.
Rivka is a teacher devoted to helping her students achieve happiness and fulfillment, and she is committed to the expansion and advancement of The Kabbalah Centre Study Groups in Australia, Hungary, Croatia and Serbia.
Rivka currently lives in Tel Aviv with her husband and their two kids.
After moving to Rome with her husband, Rivka discovered Kabbalah while trying to find some answers to life’s questions, and soon thereafter became an active student and volunteer at the Kabbalah Centre.
In 2010, after studying Kabbalah for 4 years, she decided to leave her job and become part of the Kabbalah Centre staff full time, and became a teacher working directly with students and the study groups in Italy.
Rivka dedicates her life to connect students with the Kabbalah Centre and the wisdom of Kabbalah, teaching practical tools and sharing the teachings she received that changed her own life. Rivka currently lives in Italy with her husband and daughter.
At the age of 15, David moved to the United States. Three years later he took his first Kabbalah course at the Kabbalah Centre in Boca Raton. There he found tools for self-transformation that he had been seeking. He realized that his current path—the study of international politics at university—was not his path to bring lasting change to the world community.
He joined the Kabbalah Centre in 2001. His teachers at The Kabbalah Centre showed him through example how to apply kabbalistic teachings to daily life, how to treat others with dignity, and that true self-transformation and global change happen step-by-step.
In 2004, he began teaching Kabbalah. Since then, he has taught students all over the globe. David now concentrates his efforts on Austria and Germany due to the increasing interest in Kabbalah in German-speaking countries.