Energy Healing, Yoga, and Hiking Retreat in Sedona, AZ

This was such a diverse and beautiful group with women literally from all walks of life and five different states. Our common ground? Love for yoga, nature, good food, community, and purpose in life.

The unique dome house below was the venue for this retreat – offering beautiful spaces for yoga both in- and outside, private bed- and bathrooms, a quiet Reiki room, and chef kitchen, located secluded down by the river with its own access to tubing. The best part, the entire house was shielded from EMF – deep sleep, quiet, and fasting from electronics! Like at every other of my retreats, each woman received a 1-hour 1-on-1 Reiki and health coaching session.

Vortex energy everywhere!

Hiking in Sedona heals and expands the heart chakra. Allowing ourselves to be spacious and open creates a sense of free-flowing energy – for adventure and courage, for playfulness and connection medicine, for giving and receiving love.

Visiting Palatki Heritage Site, Sinagua cliff dwellings and alcoves that shelter the painted symbols, or pictographs from every native culture to ever occupy the Verde Valley.

Visiting Wupatki National Monument, Sinagua dwelling on the plateau

Visiting Walnut Canyon National Monument, 12th century Sinagua dwellings, carved and built high up in the canyon walls

Daily yoga, meditation, and mindfulness practice, including a visit to Amitabha Stupa and Peace Park for a walking meditation in silence and intention setting circle.

And of course, not to forget the fabulous vegan food 🙂

Cauliflower steak with turmeric, cinnamon and black pepper, quinoa, mixed greens with lemon-olive oil, strawberries, and goat-cheese crumbles Cajun shrimp and mixed greens salad with fresh herb vinaigrette and a cooling watermelon-mint-blueberry side
Vegetable stir-fry with tofu and green salad with kalamata olives and fresh grapefruit