A Naturally Centered Vortex Experience
Like no other place on earth, Sedona is a celebration of nature and culture, quiet wisdom and bursts of adrenaline. Sedona has long been a vortex seeker’s destination. There is a spiritual power through our red rock destination that is undeniable. L’Auberge de Sedona is at the center of it all, connecting guests to Sedona’s various wonders through a special palette of handcrafted experiences.
What is a Vortex?
According to VisitSedona.com, “Sedona vortexes (the proper grammatical form ‘vortices’ is rarely used) are thought to be swirling centers of energy that are conducive to healing, meditation and self-exploration. These are places where the earth seems especially alive with energy. Many people feel inspired, recharged or uplifted after visiting a vortex.” Whatever your belief, we are sure that being out in nature, in Sedona, creates a strong sense of being and an alive spirit.
The Vortex Treehouse
While all of Sedona is considered to be a vortex, we like to think there is a special feeling that comes from being elevated in a quiet space with an awe-inspiring view. This is the thought behind the Vortex Treehouse – designed to be a spiritual sanctuary complemented by expansive views of the surrounding red rocks.
Throughout the history of L’Auberge de Sedona, the spot where the Vortex Treehouse is perched has been a sought-after location for a private dinner, an intimate wedding ceremony, or a spot to journal and reflect. After careful consideration, it became just that – a place to tune out life’s distractions and tune into true intentions amidst Sedona’s vortices.
The Intuitive Vortex Package
Experience a premier wellness package that is guided by your personal intuition and fine-tuned to create unforgettable moments that could happen only in Sedona. The Intuitive Vortex package is a guided introduction to Sedona and its vortices through meditation, hike, and massage. This intimate experience begins as you to choose a guided meditation that is attuned to your wellness intentions while in Sedona. You will explore this red rock destination without leaving L’Auberge de Sedona. Your meditation practitioner will explain three vortices that have been chosen based on each specific vortex properties. Airport Mesa gives you the opportunity for cleansing and letting go, Cathedral Rock supports you in allowing and receiving, and finally, Bell Rock gives you the opening for loving acceptance.
Once your vortex meditation has concluded, the hike destination and following spa treatment will be organically decided based on your chosen vortex. While staying at L’Auberge de Sedona, you will be welcomed into L’Apothecary Nature Spa for a wellness experience that is handcrafted to give an authentic Sedona appreciation.
The Intuitive Vortex Package Details:
- 3-Night Stay
- Personalized Spa Itinerary
- Arrival: L’Apothecary Blend. Come to the spa to immerse yourself in the L’Apothecary spirit. Blend a soak or scrub to use during your stay followed by a brief description of your wellness activities and gifting of the yoga mat.
- Day 1: 90-Minute Guided Vortex Meditation. Set in the Vortex Treehouse (weather dependent), the practitioner will describe the four different Vortex Meditations and allow you to choose the one most suited for your wellness intention. Following the meditation, the hike location and specific spa treatment will be determined.
- Day 2: 90-Minute Signature L’Apothecary Spa Treatment
- Day 3: Guided Hike with Red Rock Treks. 3-Hour Hike
- (3) Breakfast Credits
- Welcome Gift: Travel Yoga Mat
We invite you immerse yourself in the affirmative benefits of the Sedona vortices. According to AmericanSpa.com, “It’s a call to nature that spa-goers won’t want to resist.”
Posted: August 21, 2019
GlobalTravelerUSA.com: “L’Auberge de Sedona Announces ‘Home for the Holidays'”
L’Auberge de Sedona is spotlighted in the feature, “L’Auberge de Sedona Announces ‘Home for the Holidays’” on GlobalTravelerUSA.com. The article highlights the Home for the Holidays package as well as the holiday menus at Cress on Oak Creek for Christmas, and New Year’s Eve.