Retreats With Rabbi Sigal 

at Kripalu Center, Berkshires, MA

December Retreats:

Dec. 24-26 Kabbalah Retreat for Inner Peace

Dec. 27-29 Mendful Path Retreat for Mending Heart and Soul

2020 Retreats Mendful Retreat, May 15-17, and Release- Mend- Thrive, July 15-17

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 “Following Rabbi Sigal’s Mendful program at Kripalu I have experienced a shift, a softening, a turn towards wonder. So much of this heart opening was a result of ‘marinating’ in the loving community Sigal held for us.” —Hollie

“Sigal’s blend of wisdom and compassion combine for an incredibly rich experience. She has the unique ability to make every participant in the class feel seen and heard, while she also holds space for the class as a whole. Each time I’ve studied with Sigal I have come away with new insights along with practical application that have helped me immensely in my personal life and in my relationships with others.” –Jeff

Dec. 24-26  Kabbalah Retreat for Inner Peace

Would you like to stop seeking and live in harmony and peace right now? Kabbalah, or mindful mysticism for soul-centered living, offers internal maps of consciousness that point your experiences beyond habitual beliefs and old narratives. If you feel stuck or want to be more content, come reclaim your mystic self in a program that includes meditation, restorative relaxation, group discussion, and Hebrew chanting.

Kabbalah is a gateway to multiple layers of non-literal truths. Rabbi Sigal Brier clearly explains complex concepts, shares life-changing insights from Kabbalah, and guides healing relaxations and contemplative practices that focus on reducing discontent and strengthening trust in your authentic experience.

You emerge from this retreat feeling peaceful, content, and focused. People from all religions, spiritual, and non-spiritual backgrounds are welcome.

Join us at the beautiful Kripalu Center in Massachusetts 

Dec. 27-29 Mendful Path Retreat for Mending Heart and Soul

Mendful is a new mindset for healing our-selves and the world that provides a deeper context of unity and the interconnected-ness of all things. The aim of the Mendful Mindset is to heal our disconnection, discontent, and loneliness.

In this retreat, you learn to build a foundation of trust and safety in the body-mind, release doubt and fear, and make room for new possibilities in the new year. Rabbi Sigal Brier guides you to mindfully attune within, using transformative meditations, relax-ation, group interactions, and kind self-inquiry to find a Mendful path to your heart.

Discover how you can move from self-loathing to self-love, from feeling lost to being more at home with yourself, and from judgment to more compassion and care. Lean back into the mystery and emerge ready for a new year with more connection, trust, and contentment, inspired to live on purpose and open to new possibilities.

Mendful Retreat: Resilience After Disappointment, Loss, and Heartbreak Kripalu Center, Friday – Sunday, May 15-17, 2020

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“The inner experience of harmony and freedom informs and transforms life. When we realize our feeling of separation from  others and things  is an illusion, we surrender our walls which hold us protected and shield, we are free to participate in life more fully. Guided by our heart’s desire and purpose we recalibrate our lifestyle, actions, and work. We set optimal conditions to live connected to our heart and the world more fully. We learn to live connected and in service of everything and everyone.”   Rabbi Sigal


Rabbi Sigal shares insights and practices that help living remembering we are interconnected as drop in the magnificent wide sea. She inspires her students to navigate skillfully and heart-fully through life, to enjoy life with more ease and less discontent.

“I learned life changing tools in Rabbi Sigal’s meditation class. I have been involved in meditation for a while. I recently joined Rabbi Sigal’s group and I am really thrilled with her unique approach. Her methods and personal touch make it a total body experience. You begin to notice the peace and balance throughout your body. She takes you through a guided session that brings you totally into the moment in a relaxed and positive way.”    Susan G. Meditation Group Participant


All retreats are open to people of all spiritual, religious, and nonreligious orientations.

All levels are welcome. No experience or knowledge are necessary.

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