Relationshift is celebrating the completion of its sixth in-person marriage workshop series for women in Los Angeles. One hundred seventeen women have participated in these six-part workshop series to enhance their marriages, led by Hindi Kalmenson.
Sara Gita Soble created Relationshift in 2019 to answer the need for an organization that would offer an exclusively Jewish education and support system for women in their marriages. The Relationshift Method focuses on bettering oneself and thereby bettering one’s marriage. Relationshift offers Marriage and Relationship Support and Education through Individual Coaching, Group Workshops, National Retreats, and a Supportive Community.
The workshop series have covered topics such as: “At the Root: The Sefirot,” “The Dynamic: Mashpia and Mekabel,” and “Reflections: How do I Receive?” In addition, “My Thoughts have Creative Power,” “Ownership,” and “The 13 Principles at the Heart of Receiving.”
Women who attended the workshop series said that it inspired them to continue their journey into creating stronger connections within their marriages, with reflections such as: “This workshop has really opened my eyes to a new way of thinking and living. I’m so grateful for what you’ve taught me.” – Malka P. and “Thank you for teaching me to dig deep within myself and take ownership. I have learned to trust and respect myself and my husband, and this workshop has helped me heal. I am forever changed and forever grateful.” – Hadasa M.
Relationshift’s vision is for every Jewish family to experience a deep sense of Shalom Bayis based on Torah values and is on a mission to inspire, teach, and support Jewish women to discover how to bring out the best in themselves and their relationships.
Relationshift Founder Sara Gita Soble has developed 13 Relationshift Principles that guide all workshops, retreats, and programs. These principles offer a liberating approach to resolving hurt and create powerful new ways of communicating complex subjects that leave both partners in a marriage feeling connected and with a renewed sense of intimacy.
The Relationshift approach is unique because it focuses on women actualizing their true selves, aligning them with their femininity, based on timeless Torah values. In addition, some organizations deal with crises only, while Relationshift’s more inclusive approach is compelling and can impact anybody, no matter the marriage status, thereby increasing Shalom Bayis to the entire Jewish nation.
According to Miriam F., “I have learned how to become a better friend and mother. This class has shown me a new way of living. I have found my inner confidence to be free. You gave me a new set of glasses to see the world. This class has taught me to look below the surface and evaluate myself and my beliefs.”
As Jewish women, we are always looking to better ourselves and our relationships. So whether you would like to enhance your sense of self and your marriage or are going through a crisis in your life right now, the upcoming Relationshift retreat in California may be just the thing for you: https://www.createrelationshift.com/event-details/relationshift-spring-retreat.