Moonlit Musings at L’Auberge de Sedona

Surrounded by Sedona’s spiritual vortexes, L’Auberge de Sedona, A Destination Hotel (AZ), is taking advantage of the powerful energies found in the Red Rock region by introducing a mystical moonlit series timed to coincide with the full moon each month. Mindful Moon Meditation is a complimentary guided journey involving an earthing and grounding ritual, breathing and meditation, sound healing, and an opportunity to write and reflect.  

“When executing each Mindful Moon Meditation session, we begin with a signature herbal bath soak to highlight the blessings of that season and follow with a forest bathing activity that encourages guests to indulge in their senses and be fully present while outdoors," says spa director Catherine Powers. "These sessions not only honor the full moon each month—as many cultures have done for hundreds of years—but they also allow guests to pause and reflect on the power of the moon and consider their connection to something much larger than themselves.”


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