Jewish Study Retreats: For Women of All Ages
If you want to take time off to focus on what's really important to you -
If you're brave enough to take a good hard look at everything you hold near and dear - love, family, G-d, purpose, friendship, work -
Then you need to carve out some time in your crazy schedule for Bais Chana, where you can plug into Jewish wisdom, free of dogma and fluff. Meet and connect with Jewish women of all ages and from across the Jewish spectrum. Have an intergenerational experience that's deep, eye-opening and a whole lot of fun.
Think part summer camp for adults, part spiritual journey.
You'll hear Chassidic teachings on love, loyalty and self-discipline, womanhood, faith, healing and kindness - ideas that are so fundamental and make so much sense you'll wonder how you ever lived without them. You'll paint with new friends, stay up for late-night farbrengens (ask us) and discover prayer that's actually meaningful. You'll dine on delicious healthy kosher food, make your own challah and share an indescribable Shabbat experience. All at your own pace.
The result? It'll turn your world right-side up. You'll go home with more clarity and confidence in your path ahead. You'll be a prouder, stronger Jewish woman. And you'll have a plan of action to add real happiness and purpose to the everyday.
What You Need to Know
Who: Women of all ages
When: March, May, late July/August
Where: Berkshire Mountains, NY. Twin Cities, MN.
Scholarships/Grants: Financial assistance, student rates, deferred payment plans and 10% early bird discounts for sign ups by one month before the retreat starts.
Extras: Ask about childcare and summer day camp
Next Up: May 26-29, 2019, Berkshire Mountains, NY
She Said/She Said
Like a compass, Bais Chana points you in the right direction.
I’ve been in women’s only environments but this was different. We’re connected on a much deeper level here – it’s not something I can really explain. It’s a soul thing.
from Santa Fe
The most important thing I learned? G-d is with us always, no matter what.
Loved hearing the other women’s stories – that was as important as what I learned, which was HUGE. The whole thing was larger than life, and so much fun.
from New Hope
There really are no words to describe what I feel about my stay in Bais Chana. I loved it then, but as time goes on, and I'm remembering the atmosphere, the lectures, the growth mindset, I appreciate it even more.
from New York City
Bais Chana is where I go to get a mature education about Judaism.