Family Retreats

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Family Retreats: Vacations for Improving Personal Dynamics

Enjoying the outdoors on Family Retreats in Sedona
Imagine your family getting along better than ever… and enjoying time together while playing amidst the beautiful red rocks of Sedona, Arizona! With the fast pace of modern life, the greatest challenge facing most people today is creating opportunities to spend quality time with family.

As a result, many parents struggle to understand their children and help them with the problems they face… and many children complain their parents don’t listen. In the end, unresolved issues erode the love and trust that are essential for a healthy family.

Sure, you could take just another family vacation… but why not get something more this time around? Wouldn’t you like to come home feeling closer than when you left? SpiritQuest Sedona offers a significant resource for families needing therapeutic work through our Family Retreats at our Retreat Center in AZ.

Our Sedona Family Retreats are an intensive 5-7 day transformative experience that can lead to permanent improvement. If you’re seeking a path to positive change, better communication or just a chance to heal old wounds, we can design a retreat package that is ideal for your unique situation.

Customized and Personal for Family Retreats

Family Retreat session in the Red Rock VortexesThis may be the best family retreats vacation you ever took! Sedona, Arizona is a magical destination off the beaten path. Gather with your loved ones here to build a family foundation of health and wellness. Let us teach you tools for healthy Family Dynamics. We have a hugh range of treatments and activities at our Retreat Center to choose from and can cater to almost any age. This is a weekend getaway or book one of our fabulous family retreats that you will never forget

How to Prepare for our Retreats in Sedona, Arizona:

As we move through our lives it is our intentions that make the difference. What do you need in your life for healthy relationships and personal growth? What do you need to do in have a healthy family dynamic? How can you gain personal enlightenment? Before you embark on your best family retreats ever in with SpiritQuest Sedona, we recommend that you take some time to journal on what your intended outcome is. Create two columns, one for identifying those elements that you need to release and one for what you need to invite in for communication skills and self-awareness self-improvement. Write at least three statements for each. In the left column you will state what you are willing to let go of. Then in the right column write a positive affirmation for personal growth and spiritual healing. Below we have given you an example:

Intention of Letting GoPositive Affirmation of Healing
We release contention and fightingWe support each other and feel peace
“The experience was not what I expected, but more than I could have hoped for! I would do it all again. I learned why I do what I do, that it’s not always wrong; but to teach from a softed, gentler side. I learned to process information and then let them make their own decisions. It’s not my job to change them. I think “Insight into Self”, was the best!”
Valarie U., Grand Forks
As you become more clear on the negative patterns your family carries and as you become more willing to allow self-growth and spiritual expansion, your family will begin their own transformation. The next step after Family Retreats is to reach out to us for a personal consultation where we can take your goals and intentions and create one of our perfect family retreats just for you. Sedona, Arizona is calling you. SpiritQuest Sedona Retreats is calling you. Do this one for yourself! You deserve it.

 

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Customize our Private Family Retreats with these powerful Healing Sessions.

Are you ready to improve family dynamics?

In the U.S. call 928-282-2509 (from Canada 1-888-400-1819). Contact us today for a free consultation!

“He who knows others is wise. He who knows himself is enlightened. ”
— Tao Te Ching