About Us

Welcome to Live Kabbalah!


Live Kabbalah was started when a group of students gave me an ipad, when we relocated from Florida to Tzfat, Israel.

We stayed connected online, through classes that I taught in Ascent of Tzfat, a spiritual center for learning which draws tens of thousands of visitors a year.

These classes were the catalyst for building the Live Kabbalah website, allowing these visitors and students from around the world to continue learning, growing, and connecting from wherever they are on in the world.  

The Live Kabbalah team

Rabbi Amichai Cohen

Founder & Director of Live Kabbalah

Has taught students of all ages and backgrounds in various capacities. Over the years, he has served as a community Rabbi, Special Education teacher and has facilitated workshops for thousands of College and Taglit/Birthright students.

As a descendant of Kabbalists, Rabbi Avraham Azulai and Rabbi David HaCohen Skali and a student of Chabad Chassidus, Amichai aims to merge rich Moroccan traditions with the wellsprings of the teachings of the Ba'al Shem Tov. 

Amichai's style is warm and inviting. He has the ability of bringing down the deep teachings of the Kabbalah to the practical levels of life.

Moshe Reuven Sheradsky- Writer and Blogger

Tech Founder of WeDu Inc. Featured in Forbes, Thrive Global, the Huffington Post, Blerrp, Medium, and Authority Magazine. A council member of the Young Entrepreneurs Council, Moshe blends both the physical and spiritual worlds, writing on how spiritual matters are relevant to the physical and how physical matters are relevant to the spiritual. Moshe is an Advisor on USF's Digital Marketing Board of Advisors. He is a 2x CMO with backgrounds in Accounting, Behavioral & Social Sciences, Humanities, and Entrepreneurship. Moshe's Tech Startup, WeDu, has been identified by Inc Magazine as one of America's fastest growing companies and a potential honoree of the Inc 5000.

Live Kabbalah is based in Tzfat, the capital of Kabbalah. Kabbalah was studied and taught in Tzfat for hundreds of years, by the greatest Kabbalists of all times. Watch the video below for more.



We are looking forward to some amazing teachers to join our ranks. We have a line up of Kabbalah experts from Tzfat and around the world who are excited to be part of Live Kabbalah.

Miriam Cohen

Miriam is an incredibly talented teacher and mentor who has the ability to bring down lofty concepts in a concrete and relevant way. Her down to earth style and warm personality are reflected in her teachings, and allow students of all ages and backgrounds to relate to her.

Miriam has a Masters Degree in Occupational Therapy, which she combines with her passion for teaching young women and adults. She lives In Tzfat, Israel with her husband, Amichai and family. 

Miriam teaches in various women seminaries. She is a sought after speaker on topics of spiritual femininity, marriage, parenting and education. 

Eyal Karutchi

Mystical scholar Eyal Binyamin Karoutchi, is a senior lecturer and Chief Administrator of Programs at Ascent, a spiritual center for Jewish consciousness and the inner dimensions of Jewish life in the Holy city of Tzfat, Israel. He is certified in a variety of healing modalities such as CBT and NLP, and serves the community as a life coach, marriage counselor, mediator, communication advisor, and teaches yoga and Jewish meditation all over Israel and worldwide.

In his free time he is an avid skydiver, scuba diver, loves riding horses, hiking, leading tours in the Old City of Tzfat, and enjoys performing marriage ceremonies and bar mitzvahs.

Shimona Tzukernik

Shimona is considered one of the foremost female authorities on Kabbalah as it applies to daily life.  She is renowned both for her vast knowledge and remarkable ability to make it relevant to each arena of life – be it career, relationships, health, education, creativity or spirituality and beyond. Through keynotes, coaching and her world-renowned program The Method, she delivers inspiration, insight and practical tools to help others live their wisest and truest life.

Shimona has addressed the United Nations Staff Recreation Council on “Kabbalah for Global Peace” and has been featured in media around the world – including a documentary by National Geographic and “Take Me to Your Mother” for NickMom TV. She is also a freelance writer and author for the Rohr JLI, the world’s largest network of adult education.