WILLIAM RAND ∞ New Awareness from Holy Fire
LAURELLE GAIA & MICHAEL BAIRD ∞ Reiki and Divine Guidance
MICHAEL & ARTHUR BAIRD ∞ Reiki and Sound Healing
COLLEEN & ROBYN BENELLI ∞ Reiki to Imbue Your Sacred Objects (S)
ANN BALDWIN, PhD ∞ Randomized Clinical Trials, the Gold Standard of Scientific Testing: Where are we with Reiki? (S)
COLLEEN BENELLI ∞ Reiki to Imbue Your Sacred Objects (NY)COLLEEN BENELLI ∞ Gratitude Ceremony
KAREN HARRISON ∞ Transforming Emotions with Reiki
CAROLYN MUSIAL ∞ Animal Reiki & Communication
CHELLIE KAMMERMEYER ∞ “Healing from Silence” Overcome Abuse with Reiki
BARBARA PASTIE ∞ Shake Your Soul
PAM & DONALD MCMAHON ∞ Acoustic Music To Soothe Your Soul
Presenters & Topics are subject to change without notice.
Sedona Mago Retreat
The Mago retreat site offers 163 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds honoring Mother Earth. Harmonize with the healing energy of Sedona, relax and rejuvenate your body, mind, and spirit. Join us for enlightening Reiki and Holy Fire presentations and experiences. Meet and share with like minded people from around the world. Experience Sedona, the sacred land of heart and healing.
The venue is an alcohol-free, smoke-free, and meat-free facility. The deliciously prepared meals provide gluten-free, vegetarian, vegan and fish options.
Sedona is famous for the powerful and healing energy of its vortexes. A vortex is a place on the Earth where unusual amounts of subtle electromagnetic energy enter or leave in a spiral movement. Of the Earth’s 21 known vortexes, five are in Sedona. At Sedona Mago Retreat, 12 small vortexes form one large vortex. Each vortex has its own unique energy. Experiencing them all can help you feel connected with the soul of the Earth, and thereby heal your body, mind, and spirit holistically.
Our retreat accommodations include 120 casita-style guest rooms that are decorated in a style conducive for relaxation and meditation. To maintain this environment, the rooms do not have televisions or phones. Computers with Internet access are available in the lounge.
Each double casita features two comfortable full-size beds with plush coverings, a table and chairs, closet, mini-refrigerator, full bathroom/shower, and air conditioning/heating. The casitas blend in comfortably with their natural surroundings staying cool inside during the spring and summer and warm during the winter. Private rooms are available in limited quantity.
Guest rooms are supplied with towels and soap. Any other toiletry items should be brought including: toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner, and lotion. The pool and Jacuzzi are open year round so do bring your swimsuit. Pool towels are supplied. Coin-opperated washers and dryers are available onsite.
Outdoor Swimming Pool and Jacuzzi
The swimming pool and Jacuzzi are surrounded by majestic rock formations and stunning starlight views. Open year round, so bring your swimsuit and pool towels will be supplied.
Healing Garden and Lake
The beautifully landscaped lake, surrounded by trees, flowers, and aromatic herbs, is a haven for many wild birds.
At the Retreat you will be able to enjoy 3 meals per day, lovingly prepared by Chef Katie and the talented kitchen staff and served to you buffet style in the delightful dining hall. The cuisine is “Pesco Vegetarian,” Meaning we serve fish as well as a variety of vegetarian entrees. We strive to provide healthy and hearty meals for your enjoyment. As much as possible, we use Non-GMO, Organic, Local, and Whole foods during our preparation. Often the produce is from the on site 1.8-acre garden, which grows a variety of items using organic practices.
Our philosophy is to present you with a variety of tastes and options during your stay. We offer many styles of preparation and the tastes vary by day and by meal. Breakfast and Lunch are typically vegetarian in nature, and our evening meals usually include fish. Our buffet is not large, but it is varied, fresh, bountiful, and at all times delicious!
We are happy to be able to accommodate a variety of dietary requirements. These include Gluten Free, Lactose/Dairy intolerant, Nut and Soy allergies. In order to best serve you, we ask that you please include all allergy information at the time of booking. This allows the chef to consider your needs during menu planning.
Open 24 hours a day, the lounge is where participants can sit, read, or talk.
Computer & Printer
The use of two computer stations and printer are offered free of charge.
Available in the lounge and in meeting rooms.
Coin-operated, washers and dryers; cash can be exchanged for quarters at the Welcome Center.
Throughout the year, fruit from the orchard grace Mago’s dining tables and fill guests with deep, energy-rich nourishment.
12 small vortexes form one large vortex where you can experience healing and deep awakening.
Outdoor Covered Patios
Found throughout the property, these areas offer great places to relax outdoors.
There are various meditation areas throughout our land, each having their own special energy.
In case you forget something, a variety of products are offered in the store to ensure your comfort.
Water and Tea
Offered 24 hours a day in our Welcome Center and lounge.
Trails Throughout the Property
Many trails are available that lead to meditation areas and vortex sites. These trails are ideal for exploring and enjoying nature.
Initial Deposit of 45% is due at Registration
All deposits and pre-payments are non refundable and non transferable.
NEW YORK – Balance due by May 15, 2018
SEDONA – Balance due by July 1, 2018
PRICING INCLUDES ROOM WITH TWO DOUBLE BEDS,
MEALS AND ALL PRESENTATIONS FOR THE ENTIRE EVENT!
No formal classes, Day Passes or CEU’s are offered at this FUN and EXCITING weekend.
DAY PASSES ARE NOT AVAILABLE.
All attendees must be housed on site during the program.
AZ Shuttle provides shuttle service from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport directly to Sedona Mago Retreat.
Reservations can be made online at Arizona Shuttle. Online reservations must be made before 6:00 pm the night before travel in order to guarantee your space. For reservations made after 6:00 pm the day before your travel day, call the AZ shuttle office directly to confirm your space at 1-800-888-2749 or 928-282-2066.
When you arrive at the airport, go to the baggage claim area and an Arizona Shuttle representative wearing a red shirt will be waiting to assist you.
Check in time at Sedona Mago Retreat is 4:00 pm and check out time is 12:00 noon.
Please note: Dinner is your first meal upon check-in and is from 5:30 pm-7:00 pm. Please be aware that we are located 30 min away from restaurants and there are no meal options after 7:00 pm. If you plan to arrive later than 6:45 pm please eat beforehand and remember we are a meat-free, alcohol free and smoke-free facility. You can purchase light snacks and drinks at the Welcome Center, which is open from 8:00 am-7:30 pm daily.
Sedona Mago Retreat is located 40 minutes southwest of downtown Sedona and 2.5 hours north of Phoenix. You can arrive by personal car or by booking shuttle services. If this is your first time driving to Sedona Mago Retreat, arrange your driving schedule so you can arrive during daylight hours because it goes through the National Forest and road signs and lighting are limited. If you arrive after 5:00 pm please arrange late check-in.
Please be aware that GPS may lead you to Forest Service Road 525, which passes through the private property of our neighbors. Do NOT use 525.
Input 700 N. Bill Gray Road, Cottonwood, AZ 86326 on your GPS to get directions to the correct turn-off and take Bill Gray Road (761). The retreat center is located about 10.8 miles from 700 E Bill Gray Road. It is about a 30-minute drive up the dirt road.
DRIVING MAP PDF
Directions from Phoenix & Southern Arizona
- Take Interstate Highway I-17 North for about 90 miles.
- Then take the Cottonwood Exit (#287). Turn left and follow Hwy 260 West toward Cottonwood for 12 miles to the intersection of Hwy. 89A.
- Turn right going toward Sedona. Go through two traffic lights and then you will see a brown sign indicating 761 or Bill Gray Road on your left side.
- Turn left onto Bill Gray Road.You will see two large gold colored statues on your right and the Immaculate Conception Church on your left.
- Continue on to an unpaved road on your right. This is Bill Gray Road. There will be a brown colored sign saying “761.”
How to drive down Bill Gray Road (Forest Service Road 761)
Driving down Bill Gray Road for the first time can feel challenging; however, it can also be an invigorating experience. Let yourself flow with the natural vibration of the drive and take in the beautiful scenery around you.
- Bill Gray Road is an unpaved forest service road. The road is bumpy. You may see several narrow paths to your right and left, but do not go down them. Stay on main road, which is the widest main path.
- When you enter the unpaved road, set your travel odometer to 0.0. It will take 10.8 miles to drive to the retreat center—if you drive 25 mph, it will take 35 minutes. Although you may have only driven a few miles, it can feel like you have been driving a long time. Keep checking your odometer to see where you are on the road.
- Around 6.5 miles you will see a fork in the road; stay on the right path. (On the left you will see a brown sign marker that says “258”; do not follow this.)
- At 10.4 miles you will see a sign on your right for Sacred Mesa Trail. You will start to see the retreat center in the distance on your left.
- At 10.8 miles you will see a sign on your right for Ilchi Road. Turn left at this sign, cross the cattle guard, and go approximately 1,000 feet to the Sedona Mago Retreat’s main gated entrance. You will see a call box on your left. Push the “CALL button” to ring the Welcome Center attendant.
- Once the attendant lets you in, make a sharp left and follow the signs to registration.
Directions from Flagstaff & Northern Arizona
- Take 89A South through Sedona OR take I-17 south from Flagstaff to the Sedona exit (for Hwy. 179); follow 179 into Sedona and turn left onto Hwy. 89A (going toward Cottonwood).
- Follow Hwy. 89A through Sedona until you see a brown sign for 761 or Bill Gray Road on your right side.
- Turn right onto Bill Gray Road.
From this point, please follow the instructions above, “How to drive down Bill Gray Road (Forest Service Road 761).”