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Sedona Mago Retreat

Sedona Mago Retreat organizes spiritual and group retreats in a land that offers abundant natural healing.

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Juniper D. Yang

Juniper D. Yang, Tao Master and Healer, is the Program Director for Revitalizing Detox and Holistic Health Journey at Sedona Mago Retreat. She has been studying and practicing the Tao philosophy for over 20 years. She is a graduate of Qigong Healing, Tao Instructor Training, and Tao Master Training. For over 16 years, Juniper has been helping and teaching others live in balance through meditation, breathing and nutrition. Juniper is a lifetime seeker and healer who encountered the ancient wisdom of Tao in 1996.

Ilchibuko Todd

Over a decade of studying and mastering universal qi energy with the tradition of Sun Tao Enlightened Living practice, Ilchibuko has led numerous of personal transformation workshops and spiritual ceremonies to awaken the greatest potentials within. She is the President of Tao Fellowship, she serves as director of Sedona Meditation Center and Advisory Board of International Brain Education Association. Her mission is to share the experience of universal qi energy and the way of Sun Tao Enlightened Living, as well as to awaken and inspire all to live the greatest version of themselves.

Testimonials 5


Sedona Mago Retreat website

I would recommend the spiritual healing retreat very much. It helped me to find what I was looking for, a nice experience, peaceful, and releasing.


Sedona Mago Retreat website

I found my true self. I found peace and happiness and the light inside me.


Sedona Mago Retreat website

Tao meditation retreat to me was a pathway to peace. Best part for me was being able to go into the quiet. Being in the quiet frees you from all your old baggage - all your worries, fears, and untruths.


Sedona Mago Retreat website

Tao meditation retreat was a great reminder that we are all one. It provides clear guidance on discovering our true nature and infinite power for good in the world. I have been holding back expression of my true nature, my essence / soul. I need not get trapped by my emotions, which stem from the expectations of others.

Amy K. NY

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I spent 3 nights here with a friend for a personal retreat. We came to do some meditations and relax. If you do a personal retreat then you have the option of buying other activities a'la cart. Unfortunately some of the things I was planning on doing they required us to find a third party to join because they don't just do activities for 2 people, and seeing how we didn't know anyone else, and everyone else seemed to be doing a structured retreat, that didn't work out for us. So that was very disappointing. We ended up going into Sedona for the two full days while we were there and explored, shopped, and hiked. So we didn't really get the full experience of the retreat like I hoped. But the facility was beautiful, the food was amazing, the people were nice, and the beds were comfortable. The rooms are no frills, no TV, no clock, you need to ask for a hair dryer. There is a fridge in the room though, and they are very clean. I highly recommend the 6am guided meditation with Kathy. She is lovely and the meditation is both relaxing and energizing. It puts you in a great frame of mind for the rest of the day. They provide you with 3 meals per day that are geared towards lacto-ovo vegetarians. The meals were delicious. Here is the most important thing you need to know. The retreat is located way outside of Sedona, it's right near Cottonwood. It is 10.8 miles off the main road Route 89A, on a dirt road. The first time you are going there you better arrive during daylight hours because you will freak out driving on that road. The road is bumpy, rocky, has ruts, holes, and cows. If you drive over 20 mph on the road you are asking for trouble. It will take you 45-55 minutes to get from the main road to the retreat. During the day it's a pretty drive as long as you don't have a headache or back problem. I drove in with a Hundai rental car and it was fine. If you have a hug profile vehicle you could probably drive a bit faster. I would recommend staying there once you get there and enjoy the retreat, driving in and out of there everyday was a bit much. I would go back again, but I would do one of the strutted programs so I could meet other people and get more of a spiritual benefit.

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