Sedona, Arizona is truly on of the most beautiful places in the world to attend and experience an aromatherapy workshop or program. . Sedona is a nurturing and natrual town synergistically connected to the nature that surrounds her. Sedona is known as Red-Rock Country and is renowned for its stunning red buttes and monoliths, as well as its surrounding lush forests, incredible energy and vortexes. On the outskirts of Sedona, red-rock buttes, eroded canyon walls, and mesas rise into blues of skies.
Sedona is also known for her “Vortexes”. Vortex sites are enhanced energy locations that facilitate prayer, meditation, mind/body healing, and exploring your relationship with your Soul and the Divine. The explanation for vortexes lies more at the boundaries of known science, rather than in electromagnetic descriptions or gender related labels. The energetic aspects of the Sedona vortexes allow you to delve deeply in to whatever is being studied on many levels.
Sedona is a beautiful and powerful setting to connect with the plants, trees and all of nature.
Resort, Hotel, and B&B Accommodations
There are so many wonderful resorts, hotels, and B&B’s to stay in Sedona. Here are a list of a few that past students have visited during one of our workshop.
How to Get to Sedona
Fly to Phoenix (PHX) international airport or Flagstaff (FLG) Flagstaff Pulliam Field
It is best to rent a car to get around Sedona, but we do have local cab services
here. You can always take the shuttle from Phoenix to Sedona if you do not want to rent a car.
Sedona is about 2 hours from Phoenix and about 30 minutes from Flagstaff.