Register Here For The Succot Retreat for Singles in Tzfat:

$695 per person.

Deposit of $195 – Must reserve with credit card by 19 Sept to guarantee hotel. The remaining $500 should be paid before 12 Oct.

18-20 October – 3 Day Experiential Dynamic Workshop


The cost is $695 and includes:

  • The Program
  • Activity Fees 
  • Accommodation per person for 2 people sharing a twin room
  • All meals


Explore Your Spiritual Essence So You May Grow To Recognise Your Soul Partner

Following our Successful Shavuot Retreat held in Herzliya earlier this year, with participants from South Africa, Australia, Gibraltar, UK, USA and Israel, we are delighted to invite you to our Second Retreat to be held in the Mystical City of Tzfat Israel, during Chol Hamoed Succot on 18-20 Oct 2016.

As the title suggests, this is an invitation for you to explore your Spiritual Essence and really tap into what it is you are looking for in a Soul Partner. Its only when you truly know what you are looking for that you will grow to recognise it when it comes knocking at your door.

The Succot Retreat is much shorter and more affordable. It will be set in the beautiful grounds of the Ruth Rimonim Hotel in the Artist Colony in Tzfat, overlooking the majestic mountains of Meron. Our mornings will start with a gentle Yoga and Meditation session to set the right perspective on the day. The interactive Workshops will be shorter, so that we can take advantage of the amazing activities this northern forest city has to offer, including Horse Riding in the mountains and inspiring Nature Treks, where our Guides will point out what Nature can teach us about Relationships. Sample the delicious Wines and Cheeses from local boutique productions. Be whisked on a delightful Mystical Art Tour of this Holy City.

Allow yourself the gift of taking time away from your busy lives to reflect on what you want. It is when you relax into the rich experiences we have created, that you really begin to appreciate your true essence and the beauty behind the others exceptional Souls that have been selected to join our special group.

The Cost of the 3 days, 2 nights Retreat is $695 per person and is based on Sharing a twin room and includes all meals and all activities. A deposit of $195 must be made by credit card to our pay pal account by 19 Sep in order to guarantee the Hotel room. The remaining $500 should be paid by 12 Oct. If there is enough demand, we can arrange a coach to pick you up from Jerusalem and Tel Aviv and return you back (priced separately). Come and enjoy the inner peace and clarity that our Succot Retreat in Tzfat has to offer.

Please also note our forthcoming Retreats:
·       New York – 23-27 Nov 2016
·       Cape Town – 6-13 Mar 2017
·       Jerusalem – 19-25 May 2017

What better way to meet and connect with other amazing Jewish Souls from across the world – Become an Enlightened Traveler with Succat Shalom


Images of the Resort for the Singles Succot Retreat

The Ruth Rimonim Hotel in Tzfat


What Others Are Sharing About Their Experience With Succat Shalom Institute

I spent half a day in Jerusalem with Succatshalom last year.
It was so well planned, with meetings with various members of the Knesset and journalists.
Celebrating Yom Yerushalayim in such a way was thoroughly uplifting.
Well done to all the team and in particular to Shlomo who took care to make sure each of us felt really special and included.
Charles Z.
I have participated in several of the shiurim, organised by Succat shalom for example Rabbi Heller on the Tania has been very inspiring. Personally, It has given me spiritual growth and inspiration to learn more about Kabala and Jewish Studies…
Taking part in these Jewish studies have added great value and meaning into my life. I am grateful to Mr. Shlomo Godsi for all his hard work for organising and hosting these wonderful lessons.
Marcelle G.
I had the privilege to attend … My only regret is missing on the ones I was unable to attend as each and everyone of them, is enriching and fulfilling.
To be able to learn so much in a friendly environment is a ZECHUT and as such I appreciate all the effort Shlomo does in co-ordinating all the various topics and get the best speakers to teach us.
Sassie R.
This review is after attended a wonderful Shiur on Rav Yitzchak Hutner’s Pachad Yitzchak. The Shiur was deep and intriguing accommodated by warm and friendly company which helped to make it a truly wonderful evening of Torah and socialising. Not to mention the ample amounts of sushi which is always a nice bonus!😄
“Shlomo’s vision for personal development and creating connection, perfectly aligns the elements of experiential learning, profound personal growth and fun. Wishing him every success for both the Herzliya retreat this Shavuot as well as for Succot.”
Daniel Frohwein , Daniel FrohweiPersonal & Business Impact Specialist. London, England.
I was lucky enough to spend a Shabbat with Shlomo and It was really an incredible Shabbat!! The food was amazing, the hospitality, the conversations, that we had at the Shabbat meals, were great. Tzfat is just an incredible place. There is a feeling of spirituality and calmness that is almost tangible and I loved every moment of the Shabbat!! Thank you so much, Shlomo and I look forward to coming again soon!! Thank you for an amazing Shabbat!
Yosef W.

Cancellation, Revision Fees and Refund Policy

In the event that a traveler wishes to cancel his/her Singles Succat Shalom reservation, requests must be made in writing by email to The following cancellation/refund policy will be followed:

Days Prior to Vacation Departure Amount of Refund
61+ Days Full refund minus US $200 cancellation fee
30 – 60 Days 25% cancellation fee
15 – 30 Days 50% cancellation fee
Within 14 Days of Departure 100% cancellation fee

Your Retreat Instructors

This is NOT a typical Singles Holiday. This is a fusion of classic Rabbinic Chinuch with contemporary techniques in personal growth and development. It is a unique and innovative opportunity to bring together 100 great singles from across the world, to engage, debate, discuss and be challenged to grow and facilitate the growth of others, in a warm, safe and natural environment from which to assess the suitability of a potential partner. We will be creating a community of like-minded spirits to connect in a deep and meaningful way.

We have invited the world’s leading Mentors to give over their knowledge and experience so that we can improve in the “Art of Relationships”

We will practice a vocalization meditation of the wild thirteenth-century kabbalist Rav Avraham Abulafia from his sefer Or ha-Sekhel. This meditation attunes our embodied consciousness to sound and vibration and their deeper significance and helps us purify our minds and emotions. One of the fruits of this technique, according to Rav Abulafia, is what he calls “untying knots” of personal limitation, to free us for more expansive awareness and deeper relationships. This meditation is valuable for beginners as well as advanced meditators.

Rabbi Meir Sendor
Rabbi Meir SendorPh.D.
Rabbi Dr. Meir Sendor is education consultant for Livnot U’Lehibanot in Tfzat, Israel. He is also director and facilitator of Tal Orot, a Jewish contemplative society dedicated to the refinement of spiritual and ethical awareness through authentic Jewish meditation practices and study. For thirty-two years he served as the Rabbi of the Young Israel of Sharon, MA, and is now their Rabbi Emeritus. A student of the late Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik, ztz”l, he received his ordination from the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan Theological Seminary of Yeshiva University. He received his doctorate in Medieval Jewish History from Harvard University, under the late Professor Isadore Twersky, ztz”l, and his Masters from Yale University. Rabbi Sendor has served as a visiting professor at Brandeis University, and an instructor for the Me’ah Program of Hebrew College. He teaches Jewish philosophy, Kabbalah, Hasidism, the philosophy of Jewish law, Jewish history, Jewish ethics and medical ethics, has served on Bioethics Advisory Boards, and is a member of the Think Tank of the Elijah Interfaith Institute of Jerusalem. He writes on issues in Jewish spirituality, halakhah and Jewish history. He lives with his wife Anne in Tzfat, Israel.