January meditation retreat at Sanctuary resort offers a new perspective for the new year

Meditation expert Sarah McLean returns to Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa on Jan. 22-25 (Submitted photo)

Meditation expert Sarah McLean returns to Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa on Jan. 22-25 (Submitted photo)

Meditation expert Sarah McLean returns to Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa on Jan. 22-25, for a Satori Mindfulness Meditation Spa Retreat.

The three-night program, scheduled with Ms. McLean who is the founding director of the Sedona Meditation Training Company, is designed to impart deep relaxation, balance, mindfulness and self-reflection, according to a press release.

The retreat will accommodate beginners and seasoned meditation practitioners, and is an opportunity to “restart” the mind and body as the new year commences, the release noted, describing Sanctuary as a striking boutique property on Camelback Mountain in Paradise Valley, minutes from downtown Scottsdale.

Sanctuary’s inspiring mountain setting and dedicated enclave, Spa House, are a natural complement to the resort’s wellness mission, the release said, adding that the guided meditation and self-awareness exercises are held throughout the day.

Guests will also experience four, calming 60-minute spa therapies at the Sanctuary Spa along with nourishing daily meals, and three nights of luxurious resort accommodations at Sanctuary on Camelback Mountain Resort & Spa, which is among the country’s most lauded luxury resorts, according to the release.

Sanctuary’s Satori Mindfulness Meditation Spa Retreat starts at $2,264 per person all-inclusive, and is limited to a group of 12. An early booking savings of 10 percent is available through Dec. 15. Companion discounts are also available. Go to sanctuaryaz.com for the program schedule and for information/reservations, call 480-624-8513 or 480-948-2100.

 

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