‘Relationshift’ marriage workshop inspires women in Miami

More than 30 women from across South Florida and all walks of Jewish life attended a Relationshipshift Marriage Workshop in the Wynwood Arts District on Sunday, Jan. 9. Full story

More than 30 women from across South Florida and all walks of Jewish life attended a Relationshipshift Marriage Workshop in the Wynwood Arts District on Sunday, Jan. 9. In a calm, candlelit environment filled with flowers and warmth, the women explored a new way of thinking about themselves within their marriages.

Kalmenson hindi, a certified relationship coach from Los Angeles, California, flew in for the occasion and integrated deep Hasidic concepts with practical tools to bring a tangible and authentic sense of Shalom Bayis into their homes.

Sara Gita Soble created Relationshift in 2019 out of a need for an organization that would provide a Jewish-only education and support system for women in marriage. The Relationshipshift method focuses on improving yourself and, therefore, improving your marriage. Relationshipshift offers marriage and relationship support and education through one-on-one coaching, group workshops, national retreats and a supportive community.

The Miami workshop last Sunday included topics such as: “At the Root: The Sefirot”, “The Dynamics: Mashpia and Mekabel”, “Reflections: How Can I Receive? “My thoughts have creative power”, “Ownership” and “The 13 principles at the heart of reception”.

Women who attended the workshop said it inspired them to continue on their journey of building stronger bonds within their marriages, with thoughts such as “Thank you for this extremely empowering workshop. It gave me a lot to think about. I feel like I’ve won so much! I’m already seeing results! Thank you for the gift, advice and empowerment, I can’t wait to learn more!

Relationsshift’s vision is for every Jewish family to experience a deep sense of Shalom Bayis based on Torah values ​​and on a mission to inspire, teach and support Jewish women to discover how to bring out the best in them. themselves and their relationships.

Founder of Relationshipshift Sara Gita Soble has developed 13 relationship change principles that guide all workshops, retreats and programs. These principles offer a liberating approach to resolving hurts and create powerful new ways to communicate complex topics that leave both partners in a marriage feeling connected and with a renewed sense of intimacy.

The Relationsshift approach is unique because it focuses on women realizing their true selves, aligning them with their femininity, based on timeless Torah values. Additionally, some organizations only deal with crises, while Relationsshift’s more inclusive approach is compelling and can impact anyone, regardless of marital status, increasing Shalom Bayis to the whole community. Jewish nation.

According to Chaya, “I had no idea how to navigate my relationship, I missed typical solutions, and Relationshipshift gave me a whole new paradigm that transformed my relationship.” Similarly, another woman who follows the principles of Relationsshift says that they helped her “work through the issues and tensions that kept coming up in my marriage” and that “it’s been an amazing journey and process to really work on myself in a tangible way”.

As Jewish women, we are always looking to improve ourselves and our relationships. So whether you want to improve your self-esteem and your marriage or are going through a crisis in your life right now, visit createrelationshift.com to learn about our support and training opportunities.

The next in-person workshop is in LA and begins January 24. For details and RSVP, please visit: https://www.createrelationshift.com/event-details/relationshift-marriage-workshop-series-2