Keren has practiced Buddhist meditation since 1997 and holds a PhD in Buddhist Studies.
She teaches classes and retreats on mindfulness, insight (vipassana) meditation and Buddhist wisdom in "Tovana" and other places. She is also an adjunct professor in the Department of East Asian Studies at Tel Aviv University, where she teaches Buddhist philosophy and psychology.
In her dharma practice she is drawn to intensive silent retreats as well as study. Since 2010 Keren dedicates two months each year for intensive silent retreats. In her practice and teaching she explores the ways in which the study of the Suttas (the early Buddhist texts) and meditation practice are complimentary aspects of the path. She has a special interest in finding ways to deepen our freedom as lay practitioners.
Keren published two books: one is an annotated Hebrew translation of collection of Suttas from the original Pali into Hebrew. Her second book Early Buddhist Meditation: the Four Jhanas as the actualization of Insight explores the relation between the four jhanas and the practice of insight.