Sedona Sacred Rocks
A Metaphysical B&B
Sedona Sacred Rocks, a metaphysical B&B, which was formerly a Buddhist Retreat Center, rests on two secluded Red Rock acres adjoining two thousand acres of the Coconino National forest. We are a simplified version of a Bed-n-breakfast where a continental breakfast is provided. We are conveniently located only 7 minutes from downtown West Sedona. Our simple, relaxed, yet comfortable accommodations meet the needs of many of today's travelers who want cozy, meaningful, natural surroundings and has an underlying essence of the mystical. Just read our reviews and your interest will be piqued! We hope you join us and allow us to share our version of the Magical energies and gorgeous beauty of Sedona.
Connect to nature, personal growth, authenticity and the beauty in Life... and the power within the Heart
Your hostess, Meaghan, recently dreamed Sedona Sacred Rocks into reality to share her home with guests and to facilitate healing using her intuitive gifts. Her talents are in the realms of:
Meaghan realized that her horses had been medicine for her throughout her whole life, especially through her personal challenges and wanted to be of service to those who needed their magic and healing Spirit. She also discovered Master Choa Kok Sui's Pranic Healing in 2006 and experienced healing on such a deep level that it cured her of serious ailments and completely changed her life.
She does travel quite a bit to see her family, share her Horse Medicine, Energy Medicine and ceremonies with the world so catching her while she is at home is a treat! Be sure to make your appointments ahead of time.
Now offering retreat packages at Sedona Sacred Rocks. Also, receive a discount--the more sessions or journeys you sign up for--the more you save. :)
Here is a recent testimonial of a guest who stayed with us via Airbnb and then came back again for our retreat package...
"I stayed at Sedona Sacred Rocks in February for a week long spiritual retreat that Meaghan and Rick hosted. It was my second time staying there and the reason I went back is because I wanted once again to experience the love and spirituality that was so obvious during my first visit. The retreat was every thing that I had expected and more. I came away a changed person and it was the most profound experience of my life. For a week I was surrounded with unconditional love and healing. The work with the horses was mystical, the hikes got me in touch with the power of our ancestors which is so obviously there if one chooses to listen, the ceremonies, the crystal chakra bowls...it was amazing. And as a delightful plus, I made life long friendships with people that started out as strangers. Meaghan and Rick walk their talk. If you have the opportunity, do yourself a favor and partake of the magic they offer. I myself will now be a regular visitor."
--Luth H., Astoria, OR
Another testimonial from a guest who stayed with us in May, 2017. Here are his words sent to Meaghan after a Pranic Healing Session and Ceremony during his stay:
"...Now that some time has passed since my visit, I wanted to report back and let you know how well the healing of my shoulder is proceeding! It was extremely inflamed upon my arrival, as it has been for a long time, but on the day I left I felt that easing, and the healing has continued to manifest in my life steadily. After letting a certain period of time pass I was able to resume my yogic work and interact with the shoulder in a way that simply seemed "closed" before my Pranic treatment at your place. Things are feeling really, really good now, and improving fast. Blessings and thanks!"
~Ed D., Ann Arbor, MI
Feel free to give us a call and we can help you create your ultimate Sedona Experience Retreat Package...928/963-4590
Traditional Ceremonies are available upon request.
Available upon request and must give ample notice--Our beloved relatives who are Indigenous Medicine People (Lakota, Hopi, Navajo) Perform Traditional Ceremony and Spiritual Traditional Teachings in which we can arrange. Must inquire in advance, ceremonies are off-campus. See Adam Yellowbird's website below.