Join us for a meaningful & amazing Kabbala & Yoga Weekend retreat in Tzfat!
* Meet people from around the world
* Kabbalah & Jewish Mysticism sessions
* Meditation in Nature
* Magical Mystical Tour of Tzfat
* Live music
* Thought-provoking lectures & workshops
Awesome open atmosphere: There’s no place like Ascent
Audi Gozlan is the founder of Kabalah Yoga, a unique style of yoga that fuses the ancient wisdom of Kabalah with the practice of yoga. Audi teaches the postures as Sacred Shapes for the body to be energized and be the temple of light.
“If we can direct our flow to greater awareness, then our practice of yoga becomes a major force in our lives.”
The body is your temple and each posture is a message for the body to embrace.
Audi believes that many of the postures resemble the ancient Hebrew letters the Sacred Shapes, Otiot. Kabalah teaches that the Sacred Shapes are the tools of creation, constantly creating and reanimating everything out of nothingness. By practicing yoga with more awareness, we embrace not only the power and energy of the poses but also their deep meaning and light.
Audi Gozlan is a PhD and offers talks worldwide on meditation and Kabalah as a practical wisdom of life. He is a member of the Yoga Alliance RYT500 and teaches yoga based on the Hebrew letters at various studios in Montreal, Canada when he is not traveling to offer workshops. Audi’s classes feature special flows that symbolize meaningful ideas based on the Sacred Shapes.
Audi is also the host of the Kabalah Yoga Show, a yoga television series created by Audi and airing daily in Canada on ONE, The Mind, Body and Spirit Channel television network.
Recently, Audi has released his book, Kabalah Yoga, Embodying the Power of the Sacred Hebrew Letters, published by New Harbinger and available on Amazon, Indigo and other selected retail stores.
– Balconies with breathtaking views
– A lobby with ancient stone arches
– A pleasant and well-kept tea garden
– Coffee / tea corner with light refreshments 24/7
The Ascent Center is located on the edge of Safed’s Old City, adjacent to a Galilean forest and overlooking amazing views of Mt. Meron. It’s the perfect location to take time out of life, meet new friends and experience the peace of nature.