What does a week at BaMidbar look like? To answer- let us show you.
Weekdays begin with Shmirat Ha’Nefesh, our morning spiritual practice. Students explore what spirituality means to them through the lens of mindfulness and meditation, guided journaling, and liturgical-based Jewish prayer. Some students choose to wrap tefillin and say the Amidahdaily, while others explore nontraditional spiritual practices. BaMidbar is dedicated to meeting each student where they are in their unique Jewish journey.
While on masa, students challenge themselves physically, emotionally, and spiritually through adventure activities, primitive skills, growth groups, and therapy assignments.
Experiential application of therapeutic concepts facilitates learning and growth in the backcountry.
Thursday is a time for reflection. The day begins with Teshuvah Group, a time to check in and ask, “What did I do well this week? What could I have done better?” Students have individual and group therapy, write letters, go on a day hike, and end the day with a group music session around the fire.
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