The class that I found most inspiring was a yoga class. Really. Yoga. For real. I know. There are plenty of yoga classes available here in my neighborhood. Not like this one. Bracha Meschaninov taught a class called "Experiencing the Sefirot through Movement". Bracha explained how each sefira is associated with a particular limb/organ that corresponds to its position in the anatomical sefirotic structure. She walked us through the body, identifying the corresponding sefira and helped us tune into each individual strength. It was powerful, empowering and gratifying to view my body through these visualizations.
Another class that was particularly meaningful to me was given by Freidy Yanover, called "Time to Heal: Learn to tap into the source of all Healing". She explained how illness begins in the soul. Before you run away with that, I'm not talking about a vengeful G-d. The Maggid of Mezritch says "A small hole in the soul can become a big hole in the body". When the soul is yearning, the body becomes ill. The soul yearns for connection with its source. The soul exists in perfect harmony. The body is constantly struggling with self awareness. There soul & the ego cannot work in harmony. There is only place for one or the other. Or as the Baal Shem Tov says "Ego distorts our ability to be one with our essence, to be one with G-d".