Batya originates from Manchester. She studied at the Jewish Teachers Training College in Gateshead for three years and subsequently taught Jewish studies at Broughton Jewish Primary School.
After marrying her husband, Akiva and moving to Israel, she studied at the Shelem College of Complementary Medicine in Jerusalem and qualified as a massage therapist and reflexologist and set up her own successful massage clinic in Jerusalem.
Batya feels very fortunate to have learned more about the human experience by delving deep into the ‘Three Principles’ understanding of mental wellbeing which points to the health, resilience and creativity inside every human being no matter what their current circumstances or their past. She had the opportunity to be mentored by her parents-in-law, Chana and Shaul Rosenblatt and Dr. George Pransky.
Batya studied at the Rabbinic Training Academy (led by Rabbi Shaul Rosenblatt) where she learned from many experienced 3P teachers.
During the peak of the COVID-19 crisis, she served on the Chaplaincy team of the London Nightingale Hospital.
Batya is passionate about sharing the 3 PPrinciples especially with other women and she runs numerous online and in-person courses with a particular focus on relationships.