Saddlerock Ranch Bed and Breakfast

255 Rockridge Dr., Sedona, Arizona, 86336, United States
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TIPS FOR WORKSHOPS IN SEDONA

by arianebarugel

I am going to Sedona, AZ and will stay there all by myself for july and august so I need tips for a single woman.
I would like to find a guide for vortexes and visit the Anasazi locations, better a Chaman.
Do you know someone reliable to guide me around these places.
I am going to do the 2 DRUNVALO 's july and august 2010 workshops which are the reason why I go there and I want to do other workshops or trips meditating over the vortexes.
If you have any advice, please feel free to help me.
Ariane from Paris, France

Re: TIPS FOR WORKSHOPS IN SEDONA

by goodfish

I haven't used them but googled about a bit and came up with this:

http://www.sedonaprivateguides.com/

They look reputable but you could do some more googling to see if you can find more on them. Not sure about a shaman - would have to dig more to see if I can find anything on one of those.

Re: TIPS FOR WORKSHOPS IN SEDONA

by goodfish

Here's another one to look at:

http://www.arizonahealingtours.com/

Re: TIPS FOR WORKSHOPS IN SEDONA

by goodfish

Sorry for all the messages here....
Just a note on the weather: it is very hot in Sedona in July/August so bring a water bottle, hat, sunscreen, light, comfortable clothing, sunglasses and anything else you may need to stay as cool as possible. The red rock country is very beautiful but also dry and often shadeless so constant hydration and protection from the sun is a must!

Travel Tips for Sedona

Bluest Skies you Ever Seen!!

by lil_sis_1173

If you ever get a chance to go to Sedona... GO!!! don't even hesitate...this is definately a prime example of the beauty of God's Creations! I went for a week and would have loved to stay forever! The scenery is breath taking every which way you look! Bring sneakers, and twice as much camera film as you think you might need!

I just can't get enough of this place.

by Ed_G

There are some great places to shop and eat in Sedona. A great view can be had from the Sedona airport. Oh, man what a view. It's easy to get to and easy parking. The airport is used for small aircraft and of course the helicopter tours. Worth the beautiful drive up. It's located in town, just a short drive up the road. Just ask anyone where it's at. It's easy to find.

Hike! Just let your feet and...

by Juju_of_Lyra

Hike! Just let your feet and legs do the talking...There is no need to be in a car here. The best way to absorb Sedona is to just grab some hiking boots and ascend!! Then breathe and enjoy the view... I truly enjoyed the river crossing on horseback and passing through the indian ceremony ruins...The ride took two and a half hours. I treked from narrow and steep dirt paths to vast wet rivers. It was quite the journey...

The oldest rocks in Sedona, at...

by Gypsystravels

The oldest rocks in Sedona, at the bottom of the geologic column, exposed deep in Oak Creek Canyon were deposited over 300 million years ago in a river delta/flood-plain environment. The 'Cali' girls as we referred to my two nieces (from left to right) Jillian, Gabriella and my daughter Kristara, enjoyed the beauty of Sedona ocassionaly allowing us to photograh them.

Those Red, Red, Rocks

by madamx

The red color of the rocks is created from layers of Hematite that "rust" when exposed to water or snow.

You will find that you can get the best color in your photos if you take pictures in the early morning, or late afternoon into evening, othewise, colors tend to look brown or washed out. I found color enhancing software handy for my midday shots.

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Address: 255 Rockridge Dr., Sedona, Arizona, 86336, United States