This Tao and Dahn Yoga retreat center is the spot at the end of the world. You will vibrate your way down Bill Gray Road but trust me when I say the drive is worth it. At the end you will find Mago Garden and you can leave the world behind. Every brick and plant was lovingly placed by hand and lends itself to peaceful contemplation and leaving the cares of the world behind. The programs all invite you to explore your inner self and start your journey to a healthier, happier, life. The accommodations are simple but have everything a good hotel provides. They are in keeping with the Zen of the surroundings. The only caveat is to make sure what other groups are in attendance at the same time. We were there from Friday to Sunday. A group that I can only describe as uber-vegan arrived on Saturday. Prior to their arrival the food was simple but excellent. They were on some kind of plant only diet that did not allow sugar, or soy sauce. Although we were not part of their group I was denied two packs of sugar for my oatmeal. The lasagna on Saturday night was made with some kind of mashed sweet potato concoction instead of cheese - Ugh!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We are located in pristine land in Sedona, Arizona, an area long known for natural healing and spiritual awakening. Surrounded by red monoliths, Native American ruins and majestic mountains, our Retreat Center is open for group retreats, spiritual retreats and other programs for holistic healing and meditation. Our Retreat Center offers 163 acres of beautifully landscaped land honoring Mother Earth’s treasures. Designed to work with the healing energy of Sedona, you can relax and rejuvenate body, mind, and spirit. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Sedona Mago Retreat Arizona