Q: What is a Sedona Vortex Experience?
A: For a full description of a vortex experience: Click here!
Q: Where can I buy Greg's book, The Woodstock Bridge?
A: You can buy my book on my sister site, The Woodstock Bridge: Click here!
Q: What are the fees?
A: Sedona Vortex Experiences and Sedona Retreats are all custom and individual, so fees are based on a number of factors. Please give me a call and I can give you a quote. (928) 274- 2427 MT. 9am -7pm
Q: What is the difference between a Sedona Retreat and a Sedona Workshop?
A: Retreats are held year-round and customized for the client and can last from one day to one week. Workshops are held four special weekends a year and led by invited spiritual leaders.
Q: Do you have suggestions for things I can do to prepare myself for a retreat or vortex experience--so I can get the most out of the experience?
A: Yes! I wrote a special column for this: Preparation for Retreats. Also, reading thru the stories at these links I feel can be very helpful: Sedona Vortex Stories, Sedona Retreat Stories
Q: Will there be other people I don't know or groups with me on my vortex experience or retreat?
A: No. This is a question I get quite often. All vortex experiences and retreats are individualized and custom. Of course, I take out couples, friends, family members--I just don't merge different groups.
Q: I called another vortex company and asked them where the "Healing Tree Vortex" was and they never heard of it?
A: All the Vortexes that I guide clients too are not known to the public and other vortex guides.
Q: What is shamanism?
A: There are many definitions of Shamanism. For me, it is simply opening to nature and our relatives of the animal world to heal and empower.
Q: What is a vortex?
A: A spot where a concentrated source of energy is flowing from.
Q: What are spiritual guides?
A: We all have guides that watch over and help us through life.
Q: What are clairvoyance, clairaudience, and clairsentience?
A: These are psychic abilities through the sense of seeing, hearing and feeling.
Q: What are animal totems?
A: Everyone has an animal that they are in kinship with that lives in the dream-weave (native word for parallel reality) If we welcome them and invite them they can guide us and support us in life.
Q: I am not in great shape, will hiking in Sedona be too hard for me?
A: No! You will have no problem and do the hikes easily.
Q: Do you offer lodging?
A: Currently, no, but I have a short list of hotels I recommend. Click here.
Q: How much advanced notice do I need when scheduling a retreat or vortex experience in Sedona?
A: I have people book anywhere from a month in advance to a week but give us call--we can always work something out here in the magic kingdom!
Q: How long are the Sedona Retreats?
A: They can range from half-day to one day to one week.
Q: What time zone are you in?
A: Right now, Pacfic Time, three hours behind New York. We have no daylight savings time. Weird, I know!
Q: How do I set up a reservation?
A: Call (928) 274-2427 (MT) 9am-7pm or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: What is your cancellation policy?
A: 48 & 72 hours prior notice. This is different and separate than the non-refundable deposit to book your time. On half-day and one day vortex experiences & retreats & phone consults the cancelation policy is 48 hours prior notice. On Multiple Day Retreats, the cancellation policy is from the first day of retreat and is 72 Hours prior notice.
Q: What if I have booked multiple days and have to cancel one of those days, how does my non- refundable booking deposit apply?
A: You would lose the deposit for that day you canceled (one third of the fee for that day).
Q: Do you require a deposit?
A: Yes, we ask for a non-refundable booking deposit to book your time. This deposit is separate than the 48 & 72 hour cancellation policy.
Q: When is my balance due?
A: On the first day of your retreat.
Q: What is the refund policy on your Spiritual Warrior, Freedom From Codependency, Shamanic Training, Online programs, Phone Sessions Programs and Online Packages?
A: All sales are final on all online programs, phone session bookings and phone session packages.
Q: How do I get to Sedona?
A: Most people fly into Phoenix and rent a car. Some do fly into Flagstaff but you still need to rent a car. Sedona is not a walking town. I learned recently that Horizon Air is flying from L.A. to Flagstaff which is shorter drive to Sedona.
Alternative Cancer Retreats & Illness Retreats
Q: What kind of cancer, did Greg have?
A: Greg was diagnosed with squameous cell carcinoma of the tonsil and then it moved into lymph in neck and became stage 4. He did three years of alternative treatment and one year of chemo and radiation.
Q: Where can I find out more about The Journey work?
A:Try their parent site, its very informative: www.journeywork.com