October 1, 2010 | 10:07 am
Posted by Marcus J Freed
Marcus J Freed is a studio-trained yogi, yeshiva-trained educator, published author, BBC broadcaster and classically-trained actor. Marcus has developed a quartet of powerful one-man plays about the Biblical kings: ‘King David’s Greatest Hits’, ‘Solomon: King, Poet, & Lover’, ‘Elijah: First Action Hero’, ‘The Madness of King Saul’ and ‘King David’s Greatest Hits’. Co-written with Dr Raphael Zarum, CEO of the London School of Jewish Studies, Marcus has performed these witty and creative plays around the world. Formally trained at the prestigious Webber Douglas Academy for Dramatic Art, Marcus’ other acting work has included commercials, tv and film in the UK. An innovative educator, Marcus has also developed Bibliyoga®, a system for accessing Jewish spiritual wisdom through the body. Bibliyoga engages the body, mind and spirit through a combination of dynamic yoga postures while engaging in sacred Jewish texts. It is yoga with a Jewish twist, and Marcus teaches regular classes in Los Angeles, promoted through JConnectLA and Jewlicious Festivals. He is also the USA & Canada director for Yoga Mosaic, the network for Jewish yoga teachers. Marcus has toured in over 20 countries performing his plays and teaching Bibliyoga. He enlightens his followers on a weekly basis with his Bibliyoga “Kosher Sutras” emails. To discover more, visit www.bibliyoga.com. He is also the owner and head facilitator of Freedthinking, a communications agency that specializes in drama-based learning.
5.17.13 at 6:43 pm | Marcus does his thing.
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7.13.12 at 11:42 am | Bend your mind, flex your soul: The Kosher Sutras. (3)
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