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4 Day Unwind and Rewild Women’s Wellness Retreat in Sedona, Arizona


Weekend Wellness Retreat in Arizona

Join Retreats and More in Sedona for an intimate, fun, and energetically revitalizing women’s wellness getaway where you get to reconnect, relax and raise your personal vibration. What does it mean to ‘rewild’? Rewilding means to return to a more wild or natural state; it is the process of undoing domestication. Rewilding is an approach to living a more holistic life. You will bask in the moonlight, soak up the sun, and pamper yourself until the day is done! All skill levels are welcome. Retreats and More welcome all women to experience their retreats, so beginners and experienced, are encouraged to attend. Retreats and More caters to both solos, and groups of friends traveling together. This retreat will be an all-inclusive experience with a limited number of participants. Reserve your space soon to guarantee your spot!


  • Hiking excursions to visit Vortexes and Oak Creek
  • Daily yoga and meditation practices
  • Fire ceremony
  • Medicinal herb workshop
  • Chakra healing workshop
  • One-hour relaxing sound bath
  • 3 nights accommodation
  • 3 daily meals, complimentary water, healing herbal infused teas, edibles, and healthy snacks

Program Venue

848 N Rainbow Blvd #5186 Las Vegas, NV 89107

About Arizona

Arizona is a state located in the southwestern region of the United States. It is known for its diverse landscapes, vibrant cities, rich Native American history, and abundant outdoor recreational opportunities. Here’s an overview of Arizona:
  1. Geography: It is home to the iconic Grand Canyon, one of the world’s most renowned natural wonders. The state also features other striking landscapes, including the red rock formations of Sedona, the saguaro cactus-filled Sonoran Desert, the painted deserts of Petrified Forest National Park, and the pine-covered mountains of Flagstaff.
  2. Native American Heritage: Arizona has a rich Native American history and is home to 22 federally recognized tribes. Visitors can explore ancient Native American ruins such as the cliff dwellings of Montezuma Castle National Monument and the well-preserved pueblo ruins of Wupatki National Monument. The state also hosts numerous Native American festivals, art markets, and cultural events.
  3. Outdoor Recreation: Arizona offers abundant opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. The Grand Canyon National Park attracts millions of visitors annually, providing hiking, rafting, and breathtaking scenic views. Other popular outdoor destinations include Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Lake Powell, Antelope Canyon, Saguaro National Park, and the Arizona portion of the Colorado River.
In summary, Arizona offers a unique blend of natural beauty, cultural heritage, outdoor adventures, and urban attractions, making it an appealing destination for travelers seeking diverse experiences.

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