Sedona’s Best Kept Secret Is Out!
Sedona Mago Retreat
By Suzette Bruhn



Where else on Earth can you experience such a unique combination of staying overnight at a powerful healing energy vortex, attend advance Holistic Workshops, be treated by trained Healing Masters, or rent the facility for your workshop group, and so much more!

Sedona Mago Retreat is located between Sedona and Cottonwood, Arizona, deep in Red Rock country, on 160 acres of pristine land surrounded by thousands of acres of lush National Forest, and 12 healing vortex energies of sacred and ancient Native American ceremonial land.

This area features dramatic Red Rock formations, waterfalls, a Zen-Meditation Lake, miles of hiking trails, eagles, hawks, roadrunners roaming free, ruins and petroglyphs, and starry silent nights. Also called Heaven on Earth, Sedona Mago Retreat offers the unique healing properties of Sedona with the comfort of 126 rooms and suites, each with full bath/shower, vanity, and 2 double beds. Our full-course buffet-style Asian-American cuisine of vegetarian/fish dining experience, prepared by our trained staff with fresh vegetables and fruits from our organic garden, is an added bonus.

Sedona’s most complete full-service retreat facility for individuals looking to relax, retreat from daily stress, and rejuvenate mind, body and spirit is owned by Tao Fellowship, a non-profit Asian organization, dedicated to further peace on earth through advanced holistic training for a healthy mind.

The Healing Masters at Sedona Mago Retreat offer the most advanced Holistic Healings to open up meridian channels, clear blockages and provide deep balancing, individual trainings and consultations, along with advanced Holistic Workshops of various length, such as Tao Full Moon, Tao Wellness, Tao Rejuvenation, and Brain Education.

With over 10 yoga/meeting rooms accommodating from 10 people up to 500, we are proud to be Sedona’s most complete workshop  and meeting facility!  
Sedona Mago Retreat is located at 3600 Bill Gray Rd., Sedona, AZ 86336. Call (800) 875-2256
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