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3 Days Tao Spiritual Spa and Yoga Retreat in Arizona

Spiritual Spa and Tao Meditation Retreat Arizona

The natural environment and vortex energy of Sedona Mago Retreat will become your spa, healing, soothing, and relaxing your body, mind, and spirit. Tao means to become one with nature and this retreat is perfect for those who want to connect with the energy of the earth and with their inner-self. The Tao spiritual spa weekend is all about you and your well-being, take a break from your daily routine and join Sedona Mago Retreat!

Retreat highlights

  • Mindful stretching and breathing
  • Starlight or bonfire meditation sessions
  • Intuitive readings and chakra meditation sessions
  • Sound healing, labyrinth meditation, outdoor Qigong
  • A professional one hour massage and rock sauna
  • 2 nights accommodation
  • Full-board meals

Skill level

  • Beginner
  • Intermediate
  • Advanced

Yoga styles

3 days with instruction in English
Spoken languages: English
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Depending on the room type you choose, shared or private accommodation is available. A private room provides you with full use of the casita or suite of your choice, without any roommates. A shared room is a casita of your choice, with a roommate assigned of the same gender, or one that you have requested.

During the retreat, you will be residing at Sedona Mago Retreat Center. Surrounded by red monoliths, Native American ruins, and majestic mountains, the retreat center offers 163 acres of beautifully-landscaped land honoring mother earth’s treasures. Designed to work with the healing energy of Sedona, you can relax and rejuvenate your body, mind, and spirit.

Sedona Mago Retreat Center has 120 casitas 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.

The shared casitas feature two comfortable full-size beds with plush coverings, a table and chairs, closet, mini-refrigerator, full bathroom and shower, and air conditioning and heating. The casitas blend in comfortably with their natural surroundings, staying cool inside during the spring and summer, and warm during the winter.

The rooms are supplied with towels and soap, shampoo, and conditioner. Any other items should be brought including toothpaste, lotion, and hair dryers. The pool and Jacuzzi are open year round, so do bring your swimsuit. Sedona Mago Retreat Center supplies pool towels. Coin-operated washers and dryers are available on-site.

Sedona Mago Retreat Arizona Meditation Retreat Itinerary


  • 17:30 - 19:00 Dinner
  • 19:30 - 20:15 After a long day of travel, mindful stretching, breathing, and meditation will help you relax your body and mind.
  • 20:15 - 20:45 Shape your experience (orientation and ice-breaker) - meet your fellow travelers and the retreat coordinator, Susan Kim, who will explain Tao healing principles and help you to choose your weekend activities.
  • 20:45 - 21:30 Sound healing - experience the heart opening, healing effects of a guided sound healing meditative journey.


  • 06:00 - 06:45 Begin your day with an early morning guided meditation and set your intention for the day.
  • 06:45 - 08:00 Breakfast
  • 09:00 - 10:30 Outdoor Qigong- experience this ancient form of meditation, rooted in Taoism. This nature-centered practice will cultivate self-love and healing.
  • 11:30 - 13:00 Lunch
  • 14:00 - 15:00 Intuitive readings with tarot and angel cards.
  • 15:30 - 16:30 Mindful breathing - learn about your specific breathing pattern and how to breathe mindfully, for better rest and relaxation.
  • 16:30 - 17:30 Rock sauna (weather permitting) - Sedona’s red rocks contain crystals which can release heaviness and tension from the body. Lay on the rocks and refresh yourself with aromatherapy oils or a facial mask.
  • 17:30 - 19:00 Dinner
  • 20:00 - 21:00 Starlight meditation or a bonfire - the magical star studded skies of Sedona are the perfect backdrop for a powerful meditative experience. When the weather is cool, enjoy the warmth and comradery of a bonfire, while you honor the power of the element of fire.


  • Labyrinth meditation with sunrise - as the sun brings you a new day, walk our labyrinth and discover new insights that can bring clarity to your life.
  • 06:45 - 08:00 Breakfast
  • 09:30 - 11:00 Chakra meditation at the healing garden. Before you return home, align and balance your chakras with a guided meditation at the healing garden.

Retreat location

Just 16 miles south-west of Sedona, in the midst of the Coconino National Forest, lies the 160-acre Sedona Mago Retreat. This blooming desert land, surrounded by red rocks, Native American ruins, and mountains, has been a place of healing and transformation for over 40 years.

Named for Mago, which means ancient mother in Asian cultures, this beautiful solitary land has a magical quality to unfold your innermost stories. The immense power of this land plays a significant role in your experience.

Nearby places

  • Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) - 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Sedona - 40 minutes



  • Hot tub / Jacuzzi
  • Swimming
  • Swimming pool


  • Air-conditioned rooms
  • Dining area
  • Garden
  • Lake
  • Lounge
  • Luggage room / storage
  • Smoke-free property


  • Free Wi-Fi / computer
  • Laundry

This Yoga Retreat is vegetarian-friendly

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Full-board meals will be provided throughout your stay. Sedona Mago Retreat provides guests with three delicious meals every day, offering a variety of food options at each meal to help meet your dietary needs. They recognize that each individual has different nutritional needs and are confident that they can accommodate most people when given reasonable notice.

The meals you will enjoy in the dining hall contain not only the nutrients provided by the earth, but also the loving energy of the people who prepare them. The meals are prepared from scratch and the focus is on fresh. Whenever possible they source non-GMO, organic, and local produce to supplement the seasonal fresh fruits and vegetables.

Dietary needs

The dining hall’s buffet line labels each menu item identifying options that will meet the needs of the guests following gluten free, soy free, vegan, or dairy free diets. While they are not always able to customize menus for each individual, Sedona Mago Retreat do try to provide enough options to satisfy your nutritional and dietary needs.

If you are concerned about your personal needs, please feel welcome to bring any supplemental food with you that you feel you require. Each guest room offers a mini refrigerator for your use. Please note that cooking in guest rooms is not allowed.

While most of what they make and serve in-house is gluten free and they do their best to maintain that in the kitchen, Sedona Mago Retreat cannot guarantee an entirely GF environment. They use a variety of sauces and mixes that can negatively impact a celiac sufferer. Please be mindful of this and carefully read the posted menu and all labels available.

Mindful eating

Food is a precious gift from mother earth. Bless the food with joy and gratitude before you eat. Take time for a prayer of gratitude to heaven for creating life, to the earth for growing it, to humans for preparing the food, for keeping life flowing in you.

When you eat, chew well with a peaceful mind then you can intake not only nutrients but also the blessed energy of the food. Close your eyes (or look down your nose), and feel the chewing. Chew over 30 times before you swallow.

Slowly swallow the food and sense the food coming down to the center at your lower abdomen. When you eat and breathe please remember the energy of the earth and of heaven becoming integrated as one within you. Feel grateful for life and consider how to use your energy to repay the blessings of heaven and earth, and benefit the world and humanity.

Things to do (optional)

  • Enjoy the Jacuzzi
  • Explore the garden
  • Sit or read in the lounge
  • Swim in the pool
  • Visit the gift shop
  • Walk around in the garden
  • Walk the trails

Spa treatments

Your stay includes a one hour massage, which you can schedule when you check-in. For a 90 minute spa or additional sessions, extra fees will apply.

What's included

  • 2 nights accommodation
  • A professional one hour massage
  • Chakra meditation at the healing garden
  • Full-board meals
  • Guided meditation sessions
  • Intuitive readings
  • Labyrinth meditation with sunrise
  • Mindful stretching, breathing, and meditation
  • Outdoor Qigong
  • Rock sauna (weather permitting)
  • Sound healing
  • Starlight or bonfire meditation

How to get there

Driving directions from Phoenix and Southern Arizona

  • Take interstate highway I-17 north, for about 90 miles.
  • Then take the Cottonwood exit (287). Turn left and follow highway 260 west toward Cottonwood for 12 miles to the intersection of Highway 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.”

Driving directions from Flagstaff and Northern Arizona

  • Take 89A South through Sedona or take I-17 south from Flagstaff to the Sedona exit (for highway 179).
  • Follow 179 into Sedona and turn left onto highway 89A (going toward Cottonwood).
  • Follow highway 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, follow the directions on how to drive down Bill Gray Road

Driving directions 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 miles per hour, 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.

Arrival by airplane

Please book your flight to arrive at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX).

Arrival by shuttle

You can take a shuttle to get to the retreat venue. Arizona shuttle is one of the recommended services. It provides a shuttle service from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX) directly to Sedona Mago Retreat, 56 USD each way or 112 USD round trip.

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