Retreat Wekend

Join us for a Boutique Shabbos as we explore 3300 years of Jewish wisdom and how it can enrich 21st century life, relationships, and meaning. All of this in the beauty of the Hamptons, as the sounds and sights of spring surround us. 

Meet our guest speaker

Rabbi Laibl Wolf. 

 

For the past 32 years Rabbi Laibl Wolf has been a spiritual mentor and a worldwide teacher of the mystical side of Judaism. Laibl is a master of, and draws his teachings from, the 4,000-year-old, esoteric and encrypted texts of the Kabbalah which provides a guide to the mysteries of cosmic and human consciousness and which is the source for much of the "new age" wisdom that we are familiar with today. Although based on the Kabbalah, Laibl's philosophies are modern and progressive, and facilitate the growth of one's inner spirit in a technologically driven society. Although an Orthodox Hassidic Rabbi, his teachings are universal, open to people of all backgrounds and spiritual orientations.

Laibl's teachings focus on personal growth and emotional mastery. He uses the wisdom contained in the Kabalistic texts to reveal the inner workings of the mind-emotion balance. While spiritually based, Laibl's teachings are highly pragmatic. Laibl has translated the complicated Kabbalistic insights into a practical system of application to the minutiae of everyday life. He is able to help people discover the motivation behind their thoughts and emotions, which enables them to understand their behavioral patterns. To this end, Laibl has developed the original system of "Behavioral Kabbalah". which transmutes the ancient mystical teachings into a pathway of personal fulfillment. His teachings bring his audience to deeper levels of spiritual enlightenment. He has called his approach MindYoga®.

Addressing groups as divergent as the American Psychological Association, the Fortune 500 convention, and Buddhist monks, he is often the keynote speaker at worldwide conferences such as the recent "Argentinean Economy and Psycho/Spiritual Solutions" in Argentina. He has lectured in over 350 cities across the globe, and is a sought after speaker, conducting retreats, seminars, master classes and training programs continually throughout the world. Through his meditation techniques and MindYoga® approach, Laibl's audiences are able to master their emotions and empower their lives. Rabbi Wolf lives in Melbourne, Australia with his wife, Leah, and the younger two of their seven children.

About Sag Harbor

Over two hundred years ago, Sag Harbor was a thriving whaling town and bustling seaport, New York’s original entryway. Two centuries later, the historic 18th and 19th-century homes of this quaint village, on the South Fork of Long Island, whisper tales of men at sea and Revolutionary times. The whaling and cargo ships that long ago lined the harbor have been replaced by the delicate masts of modern sailboats and private yachts. The narrow village streets are dotted with trendy boutiques, antique shops and restaurants serving some of the area’s finest international cuisine.

Long known as a “writers’ colony,” Sag Harbor has been a haven for celebrated authors such as James Fenimore Cooper, John Steinbeck and E.L. Doctorow. Still today, it provides a charming backdrop for actors and weekenders, novelists and playwrights alike, who as one New York Times writer put it, “would rather work on their latest book-in-progress than their tans.”

In Sag Harbor, you’ll discover the best of both worlds. You’ll find a unique blending of old and new, with historic homes and modern, million-dollar-plus mega mansions each vying for your attention.

This storybook village lies between the villages of East Hampton and Southampton, and is just a short drive to Shelter Island (by ferry) or Montauk, the very tip of Long Island. In Sag Harbor, both calm and activity coexist. You’ll feel like you’ve landed in a New England fishing village, but you’re within walking distance of many out-of-the-ordinary shops and stimulating night life. You’re also just a short drive away from challenging golf courses, East End wineries, and ocean beaches.

  • Catered by Table One Catering
  • Check-in is at 12pm on Friday and checkout is at 11am on Sunday
  • A full list of local attractions are available at the inn website sagharborinn.com
  • Children 14 and older are welcome
  • Limited to 25 couples

Fee: Couple $995- Single $795- Additional room guests $200 - Deposit - $360 (refundable until October 15th). Full payment due by Nov. 1.

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