Things to do in Sedona

Ever wonder how to find the best places in Sedona? We’ve got you covered. We know how to direct you off-the-beaten-track…right to Sedona’s little known treasures.

Our team of experts are Sedona locals that have explored every possible Sedona experience in order to recommend the best ones to you. We’ll show you the best places to hike, awe inspiring sunset vistas, the most spiritual caves, as well as the most talented healers, readers, spiritual lifestyle experts, spiritual retreats, healing services and outdoor adventures.

If this is the first time that you are visiting the three things that you need to do to experience Sedona are: 

Yoga, Qigong, Retreats & Personal Healing

Whether we identify it or not – we are feeling and perceiving energy all of the time. “She has good energy,” we often describe someone who is cheerful or loving. “He gave me bad vibes,” we describe a person who makes us uneasy. In these examples we are verbalizing our perception of the emotional energy we are picking up from others.  Just as it is easier to feel the infectious energy of someone who is really happy, or the toxic energy of someone who is in an overly negative or aggressive state – it is MUCH easier to feel the magnetic energy springing up from the earth at a vortex because it is an exaggerated energy bubbling up from the ground like a spring.

The following video teaches an easy method by which you can feel energy with your palms. While you can feel energy with your whole body, we suggest this method because the hands are particularly sensitive to energy.  According to Chinese studies, your body has 340 known pressure points, 28 of which are in each hand.

To experience your energy, visit Sedona Meditation Center and try 30 minutes intro session, Click Here 

Intuitive Readings, Psychic Counseling, Whispered Crystal & more!

Think about the first time you heard about Sedona… Did you hear that it was merely the beautiful landscapes that drew four million people here per year, or did you hear about a mystical land that could bring you healing and clarity for your life?  

People have been traveling to this land for sacred quests of the spirit since before civilization was established in North America. Even with all of the hustle and bustle of modern life – though we travel by car rather than horse, people still come to experience something more, something beyond…

Did you want to come because you felt like you could feel a special purpose for your life?

The fact you heard about Sedona may not be a coincidence.  

Sedona can act as a doorway to a new, more purpose centered life. The unique energies here can magnify the dream contained deep within you… the dream that existed before the static and stress of everyday life dulled it down so that you can once again remember why your soul was so darned excited to be born as a human being in the 21st century on this planet called Earth.  

Eighty percent of the people who come to Sedona come to reflect on their life, release energies from the past that hold them back in life, connect with the energy of nature, or develop a deeper aspect of their mental and spiritual health.

A wise man once said that praying was a way to speak to heaven and meditating is a way to listen to heaven.  We suggest that you find the patch of nature that feels familiar to you, quiet your mind, ask for guidance, sit back, breathe, and observe your thoughts and emotions for clues.  Epiphanies happen when your mind sees the situations of your life from a slightly different angle… giving you new inspiration and insight on how to live your life with deeper empathy, passion, and purpose.

There is a reason why you came to Sedona… this compulsion to come is often affectionately referred to as The Call of Sedona. The following Sedona natural landscapes meditation can give you a preview into some of the inspiration you may find once you get here.

At the center of this ideal spiritual destination, Sedona Healing Arts offers healing services, courses, retreats, personalized guidance and products for your body, heart and spirit.

From Readings & Spiritual Guidance, Reader School, Shaman School and a Spiritual Detox Program, they boast some of the best intuitive readers and healers in Sedona.

Schedule your 30 min Intuitive Reading today! Click Here 

Healing Adventure in Sedona Vortexes

All of the Red Rocks in Sedona are majestic and while each location holds a special energy, there are four locations in Sedona that are the particularly well known for their vortex energy as well as their spectacular landscapes.  For your private vortex experience, Visit YourSedonaTour.com

The most amazing ATV Trails in Sedona.

Explore nearly every ATV Trail in Sedona put together in a Free Guide leading to vortex sites, trails with the best views and trails along the river and creeks.

Get 10% off your first ride. To reserve your ATV ride now click here. 

Experience 300 acres of pure bliss.

Whatever you do, wherever you go at Sedona Mago Retreat, you will experience the elements of Energy, Healing and Meditation.

Surrounded by red monoliths, Native American ruins and majestic mountain, Sedona Mago Retreat is open for group retreats, spiritual retreats and other programs for holistic healing and meditation.

Visit www.sedonamagoretreat.org to learn more!

Are you ready to transform your life and take the next step in your personal growth?

You’ve come to the right place, and I’m so excited you’ve found yourself here.

Sedona 120 School was made to guide you to awaken, to experience, and to become aware of the powerful you inside. I believe the guidance that you’ll receive at the Sedona 120 School is essential in allowing you to make the necessary shift to change your life into one that serves who you really are. Your relationship with yourself will change in a way that commits you to heal, love, and grow with others. And this individual awakening and healing will become the seed from which the healing of all humanity and the Earth will grow. I hope you will take this opportunity to create significant changes in your life. Visit Sedona120school.org