You’re invited to a special Breslov event just for women on Sunday, February 26th at the JCC of Manhattan. Azamra: Hearing the Song of Your Soul An Afternoon of Self-Discovery with Healing Chassidic Meditation, Art and Music for women
Date: Sunday, February 26th Time: 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm
Place: The JCC of Manhattan at 334 Amsterdam Ave. at 76th St, New York City
Come for a creative afternoon of Chassidic workshops based on the joyful wisdom of Rebbe Nachman of Breslov. Experience the power of Chassidic meditation, art, and song. Uncover unique healing insights you can build on. Gain self-knowledge. Take home doable ideas for a personal spiritual practice that will work in your life.
Save money and reserve online now. Or call the JCC to register 646.505.5708 or Susie Kessler, Director of Makom at the JCC, directly. 646.505.5726
Online registration is $40 per person. Price at the door will be $50.
Beginners through advanced participants are welcome. Kosher snacks served.
Co-sponsored by the Jewish Community Center of Manhattan & Breslov Research Institute
*Book before October 1st & Get a Special, All-inclusive Price »$1349 RT from US or $849 RT from Israel
This Rosh Hashanah, tens of thousands of men from around the world will gather together in Uman. They’ll forge deep connections with each other and the Tzaddik.
We know that women also want and need the Uman experience. That’s why last summer, the First Breslov Research Institute’s Women’s Mission to Uman was launched.
What a wonderful journey we made together—the friendships, the spirituality, the joy!
Would you like to experience Uman this fall?
Now, you can. You’re cordially invited to join an *exclusive group of women on the November BRI-Breslov Campus Women’s Uman Experience this November 6-10.
You’ll experience spiritualhealing, blessings and heartfelt prayers by the gravesites of Rav Levi Yitzchak of Berditchev, the Baal Shem Tov in Mezhibuzh, Reb Noson in Breslov, and of course, Rebbe Nachman in Uman. You’ll connect to Hashem in an uplifting workshop on hitbodedut (Jewish meditative prayer) and walk where Rebbe Nachman himself once tread. You’ll storm the Heavens with a powerful group Tikkun Haklali at the Rebbe’s gravesite. Everyone’s welcome, including beginners.
Included in the special price of just $1349-$849
Roundtrip airfare from New York City’s JFK or Tel Aviv
All ground transportation in Ukraine
Guided tour of the gravesites of Tzaddikim
Delicious kosher meals, snacks, and beverages
Clean and comfortable lodgings
Guided tour, workshops, and group gatherings with BRI and BreslovCampus’ Chaya Rivka Zwolinski
Additional guest teacher will be added if trip sells out
*This is a smaller, more intimate group—space is limited. Must book before October 1st to get the 1349/849 price. Leave from the USA/Canada November 6, Leave from Europe/Israel November 7
Don’t miss this spiritually rewarding opportunity—space is limited! For the experience of a lifetime, one that will touch your heart and lift your soul, reserve your space today.
Here’s what some of the incredible women who joined us on the BRI Women’s Uman Experience visit to the gravesite of Rebbe Nachman and other Tzaddikim had to say:
The group dynamic was beautiful…quite unified, non-judgmental, and cohesive. It also felt like a giant hug.
Fonda Roth, Toronto
The first BRI women’s trip to Ukraine was simply incredible. I constantly said to Hashem, “If we had to go home now, it already would have been worthwhile,” and then an hour later, it had gotten even better. The whole journey was a constant dayenu.
Rachel Goldsmith, NYC
You absolutely nailed it. Accommodations, food, transport, and oh, yeah, kedusha too.
S. R., NYC
The trip was and still is a precious time.
Diana Korzenik, Boston
Thank you for the spiritual adventure of a lifetime.
Brenda Borenstein, Toronto
The Uman adventure was amazing, especially the feeling of unity and support for each other. I was doubtful that this cohesion was possible in such a large group – but it did happen, and it was a miracle! … among other miracles of this trip. Now it seems like a dream – but also a vision of a possibility of Jewish unity and togetherness in service to Hashem.
Rivka Weinstein, Maine
Amazing! Love all the new ideas coming forth from this trip.
Miriam Chava Kramer, Boston
Photos by Rachel Goldsmith (Outdoor Paintings on Wall, Uman)