Shoshana is a grateful Master Practitioner, advisor, and lead trainer at Narrative 4, a global organization driven by artists, educators, and students who engage in story exchange for the purpose of cultivating deep listening, empathy, compassionate action, social equity, and building bridges for authentic connection. Shoshana holds a BA in psychology and religion from Bard College, and an MFA in fiction writing from Columbia University. Shoshana co-produced several documentary films, and in 2002 directed her documentary "Down To Earth", which won several awards, including the winner of the Best Documentary at EcoCinema International Film Festival in 2002.
Shoshana completed the MMTCP Mindfulness Training through The Greater Good Science Center at the University Of California at Berkeley, The Lineage Project Trauma Training, Google's Search Inside Yourself Training, and the Access Mindfulness Mentor Program. A certified kundalini yoga teacher, Shoshana taught yoga and mindfulness through the non-profit Kula For Karma at Weill Cornell Hospital, Bellevue Hospital, and the Doe Fund's Ready Willing and Able Program, as well as at elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools throughout Brooklyn for the last 12 years. Shoshana also taught to adults and children at Golden Bridge Yoga in Soho where she led many mindfulness family and parenting classes and workshops. Shoshana co-facilitates the Brooklyn based, weekly-led, mindfulness Heart Root Sangha.