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Pirouettes. Pliés. Leaps. Spins. Twists. Leah Heinrich teaches women young and old how to use dance and movement to explore and express their inner selves. It is incredibly liberating — and also a lot of fun.
Dina’s body lay on the bed; her neshama had already broken free. She saw her family bent over the empty body, heard the sobs of her husband — it would be hard for Menachem without her — and the wails of her girls. Rivkaleh and Tzippora would be okay, she knew. They had their own families to comfort them. But Shevy, her little Shevy — the cries of her youngest were sharpest of all, and in this painful moment of separation, Dina felt reproached. She had not married off her Shevy before departing the wor