- One suggestion that has worked well for many past participants: ask family members and/or friends to give you the gift of the retreat as a birthday, anniversary, or holiday (pre-Pesach) gift.
- Another idea that was done in the past: a retreat staff or friend in your neighborhood posts on the email/WhatsApp group in your community asking women to donate small sums towards giving a woman in great need of a break the opportunity of coming on the wellness retreat.
As we all know, we are currently in the shmitta year and the prices of produce are significantly higher. We arranged with the hotel to use only Eida Charedit produce for our retreat, so that everyone can join, regardless of their preference of shmitta produce.
While the hotel raised the prices since last retreat, we made a special arrangement with the hotel manager which has allowed us to keep the prices of the standard rooms the same as our last retreat in 2020.
Thank you for understanding that there are no additional discounts available.
You will get a full refund, less a 100 nis processing fee. (If the 100 fee is a major issue for you, please email Devora directly to discuss).
You will get a full refund from the hotel when providing proof of any of these circumstances, less a non-refundable 200 nis retreat registration fee.
Yes. In order to ensure that everyone will be safe without a mask while doing yoga, dancing, sitting in classes and workshops in enclosed spaces together, we are requiring each participant to take an antigen/rapid home test the morning the retreat begins, and bring the negative result with you as proof that you are arriving healthy at the retreat.
The antigen/rapid home test can be purchased for 30-35 nis at the kupot cholim.