WHY SHOULD YOU JOIN US?
READY TO NURTURE YOUR BODY AND SPIRIT?
Remember all the promises and commitments from last year's Rosh Hashana? Before this year is over, you can still make good on them. And before the New Year rolls around, you can create a whole new way of relating and connecting, so that the coming year will a big step forward. If you are ready to take a break from the mad dash and feel it is time to nurture your body and reignite your spirit with much more confidence and direction, join us on this retreat!
GROW YOUR SPIRIT
PAMPER YOUR BODY
The retreat will be held in the town of Har Shmuel, conveniently located 5 minutes away from Jerusalem's Ramot neighborhood. Kever Shmuel and Chana is right across the highway.
The location is easily accessible by car and public transportation.
We will stay in 2 gorgeous, fully renovated villas with private gardens, pools, and large joint spaces. Each room is equipped with 2 twin beds.
Villa 1 will hold all activities and host women coming without children. This space will be completely child-free.
Villa 2 (4-minute walk) will host women with children and include a babysitting option.
You can join for
A limited number of day-only tickets are also available.
Our amazing private chef Rina Ackert will create 3 delicious Glatt Kosher meals each day. All meals include an abundance of fresh fruits and vegetables.
Imagine enjoying breakfast, lunch, and dinner you didn't have to cook? Your not-so-secret dream come true.
Coffee, herbal teas, and fruit will be available throughout the day.
MEET LEAH AHARONI
Ever since I was a child, I've been looking to understand the inner workings of life, to see through the veneer of surroundings and circumstances.
Since I was born in the Soviet Union, I learned early on that what you see is not always what you get. That there are deeper truths behind everything. Despite the official anti-religious party line, I insisted on connecting in every way I could to our Jewish heritage. Spending the summers in the Jewish village of my grandfather, I'd pick up words in Yiddish, exchanged by his friends.
It was also during these summers that I "worked" in my grandfather's market store. Watching him do business despite the Communist ban on private commerce, I inherited his approach to leveraging even the most complicated situations. Although officially he ran a government second-hand store, it was here that people came to sell and buy valuable, hard-to-get things: hand-crafted clothes, estate jewelry, antiques, and items bought abroad. Dozens of families made a living with my grandfather's help. This became a lifelong lesson in finding treasures where nobody thought to look. Calculating with an abacus (google it), customer service, and keeping one's mouth shut were other lessons imparted by my grandfather.
After spending my teen years in the United States, I came to Israel for college. Spending my formative years on 3 different continents honed my ability to adapt to cultures, yet maintain an outside perspective. In my coaching and consulting work, I translate these skills into empathy and non-judgmental listening, combined with critical analysis of situations.
All of these early experiences translated into a lifelong quest for the principles of a proactive, meaningful, eyes-wide-open life. I have found these by discovering the improbable yet undeniable link between the teachings of Chassidic masters and the latest research in human and organizational psychology. Both of these schools of thought and the connections between them accompany me as I coach women, consult companies, and teach Torah.
Today it is my greatest joy to share what I have learned with other growth-oriented women like you.
Have a question? Email me at any time
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