FAQs Page: Frequently Asked Questions About SpiritQuest® Retreats
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The SpiritQuest Wellness Center is located in the very heart of Sedona, at the geographical epicenter of the area’s most important power sites: Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock, Airport Mesa, Thunder Mountain and Boynton Canyon. The natural energy emanating from these power sites is very beneficial to the work we do…besides, they are some of the most beautiful sites in Sedona.
Our retreats consist of 4-6 hours per day of private one-on-one sessions designed just for you. It’s an intensive personalized experience that will result in a far more authentic and transformative experience. Are you ready to do the work? Are you interested in reaching your full potential? If so then you are already heading in the right direction.
What we do:
— Connect you with the very best practitioners in Sedona.
— Support you every step of the way.
— Empower you to take control of your life. — Teach you to listen to your own inner wisdom.
— Help you break old destructive habits and negative thought patterns.
— Give you the option to have all sessions be private, or to combine private and semi private sessions.
— We can even offer follow-up support by telephone.
All you have to do is be willing to take the first step. Give yourself some space and distance from your everyday life and come to a place of healing and serenity. You will gain clarity, vision and perspective.
A car is definitely the best way to get around in Sedona. This is a very small town. With just 2 main roads it’s very easy to navigate. You can drive from one end to the other in approximately 10 minutes.
– Comfortable light weight hiking shoes
– Journal to write in
– Wide-brimmed hat
– Nalgene water bottle (available at most outdoor stores)
– Bathing suit
– An open heart and a willingness to make lasting changes.