On this Sh’maYoga retreat Rabbi Sigal will introduce integrative methods for cultivating deep listening to the heart’s desire as it beckons you to live with joy and fulfillment.
In Kabbalah, as in yoga, your body and mind are understood as sacred vessels from which you can know the Divine. The foundational idea in both traditions is the awareness of oneness, wholeness, and unity. In practice, both aim at the discovery and cultivation of our true nature, and they support us to live in deep connection to the self and the world with expanded consciousness.
Join us for an insightful experience and learn how Kabbalah & Yoga can support your listening to your heart, inspire your mind, and nurture your body.
- Explore the landscape of your soul with gentle yoga, Kabbalah, sharing of insights, Hebrew chanting, deep relaxation, and meditation
- Strengthen the body-mind connection and increase your sense of peace and joy
- Learn cognitive, affective, and physical methods of self-attunement as you release stress, discontent, and dissatisfaction
For people of all spiritual, religious, and nonreligious orientations.
Rabbi Sigal is a contemporary spiritual teacher and experienced spiritual facilitator with an integrative approach. A yogini for 30 years, she is trained in many yogic, holistic, and psychospiritual modalities. She is a popular speaker who teaches in diverse academic, holistic, and religious organizations, including Temple University and Kripalu Center. She was a congregational rabbi for 10 years and continues to inspire communities, families, and individuals to enrich and enjoy their spiritual lives. An accomplished musician who has recorded a number of CDs, she is also the founder of Integrative Spirituality and the creator of Sh’maYoga & zigizen: live your heart’s purpose.