Esther Yenty’s goal is to help every woman feel empowered, fulfilled, safe, cherished and loved in both marriage and life. In her professional life and through her own journey as a wife, mother and grandmother, she has gathered (and continues to gather) wisdom, skills and techniques from a wide variety of sources. With this reservoir of knowledge and experience, she has coached women as individuals and in groups for years and has a certification from Dina Friedman. One of her specialties is marriage and intimacy counseling — rekindling the connection between wives and their husbands even after years of neglect, frustration and resentment. Esther Yenty has seen many wilted marriages blossom through the use of simple but powerful tools. She is passionate about helping women discover the freedom to be themselves.
Meira Katz is a Bais Yaakov educated wife, mother, and grandmother. She has worked outside her home as a limudei kodesh upper elementary school Morah and tutor, coordinator of a limudei kodesh learning center for students with special learning needs, a k’riah (Hebrew reading) specialist, specifically for students with dyslexia, a seamstress, a lifeguard, and water safety instructor at swimming pools and camp lakes. She currently volunteers as a bodekes and an EMT Hatzolah dispatcher and runs a weekly personal growth vaad, based on Igeres HaRamban, out of her home in Passaic, NJ, and via phone and zoom through Neve-Yerushalayim’s branch in Passaic, Neve-PTI. Combining all of her training and life experience, Meira has recently begun working as a water/mikveh anxiety coach.
Most recently she has begun water phobia coaching, specifically for mikveh anxiety, combining her life-experience as a swimming instructor, special education & hashkafa teacher, and bodekes. Meira incorporates various tools from the aforementioned sources plus EFT which she learned from Sarah Chana Radcliffe
Devorah Talia is a wife and mother, who lives in Los Angeles but who’s heart is in Eretz Yisroel. She is a writer, editor, and creative writing teacher. Her passion is writing fiction and particularly writing about women’s spiritual and emotional journeys. She teaches creative writing workshops for Jewish women, young adults and preteens, encouraging them to tell their stories, or make up great ones.
While she likes to learn text and was primarily educated by Litvish teachers, learning halacha, mussar and machshava, she is thrilled to be learning at the Nexus School and rediscovering the deep Torah concepts that first inspired her to become religious over twenty-five years ago in Yerushalayim. Now freshly reawakened, she’s so excited to be a part of this Transformational Torah as she continues to learn and integrate the ideas.
She practices yoga regularly, enjoys hiking, baking challah and blending smoothies. Oh, and soup. She makes a lot of soup for her mishpacha!
She looks forward to connecting in her role as a mentor
Chaya is an eternal seeker of truth, and an ongoing student of Torah teaching. While her life journey has been filled with challenges, she never stops looking for ways to grow and reach her deepest potential. With her deep compassion and genuine care for every human being, she is a source of light and strength for the many women of every age and stage who turn to her for guidance and support. With her endless empathy and ability to relate to every struggle – Chaya’s expansive heart is a sacred oasis which allows so many women to feel accepted and seen when they interact with her. Chaya’s commitment to her own growth is infectious and she is excited to reach out to women in the Nexus community, spreading love, knowledge and warmth with others on their own journey.
Chana has experience as a professional life coach for general, health and financial issues and is certified in NLP. She was also a holistic psychotherapist (MA) and included many techniques in her therapy, including play, sand, music, art and photo therapies. Recently, she has learnt to specialize in trauma, PTSD, anxiety and crisis using various modalities, including SE, seefar CBT, IEMT, EMDR. She is excited to be part of this mentorship program and believes that the work of Rebbetzin Tamar Taback is life-changing and even life-saving in the trying and challenging times that the world is going through. Chana has experienced the content as grounding and settling. She feels that when one goes through the proper ideas and stage of the avodas (service of) Hashem meant for her, the Jewish woman feels accomplished and at peace with herself. Chana aims to develop comfort and trust between her and her mentees as this is a vital component of the therapeutic process. Chana has named her practice “matzpen” which is a compass, a tool that shows a person where they are now but doesn’t tell them where or how to go in their next steps. That is up to the mentee, and she hopes, with Hashem’s help, to be a helpful guide.
Chaya Sarah is a Social Worker and Life Coach. She was a childhood competitive gymnast and is a balas teshuva who began her journey in 8th grade. She has been arranging growth-oriented events for women for the past 10 years. Blending the worlds of inner healing and the arts, she is a soulful dancer and artist. Chaya Sarah specializes in vessel work for women, connecting to their unique soul expression through coaching worksheets and exercises, body work, and most recently through leading transformation Jewish Women’s Meditations. Meditation and mindfulness slow down the mind to the present moment, where one can connect more deeply to Hashem. She is also a grateful wife, and loving mother to 3 beautiful souls. Sign up for free meditations for jewish women at ChayaSarahSinger.com