FAQ Page: Frequently Asked Questions About Sedona Vortex Adventures

NOTICE: Sedona Vortex Adventures conducts activities on public land under permit with the Coconino National Forest. The Forest Service requires all permit holders to post this notice as a condition of their permit. If you’re looking at other providers and do not see a similar notice on their website, then they do not have a permit.

Why should I choose a Sedona Vortex Adventures?

Sedona Vortex Adventures can help you experience the power of the energy vortexes in Sedona while you grow tremendously within.  Sedona Vortex Adventures is devoted to giving clients an exclusive experience in the Red Rock vortex energies, creating deep spiritual growth and service to all who book our tours and sessions. We believe finding the right teachers with the skill and integrity necessary to guide you through the process is absolutely imperative. We have put great care into screening all the practitioners and guides in our network to ensure they are the very best Sedona has to offer. This elite group of guides are true masters of their craft with many years of experience. They are experts at helping others reach their full human potential.

The Sedona Vortex Adventures Center is located in the very heart of Sedona, at the geographical epicenter of the area’s most important power sites: Bell Rock, Cathedral Rock, Airport Mesa, Thunder Mountain and Boynton Canyon. The natural energy emanating from these power sites is very beneficial to the work we do. The healing center is also blessed to be a customer of the Oak Creek Water Company. With fewer than 1000 local customers, this tiny company serves a very small portion of Sedona, and delivers some of the purest spring water in the U.S. directly to our tap without chemical additives.

What we do:

— Connect you with the very best practitioners in Sedona.
— Teach you to listen to your own inner wisdom.
— Empower you to take control of your life.
— Help you break old destructive habits and negative thought patterns.
— Experience the vortex energies through exclusive tours and ceremonies.

How do I decide which package is right for me?

That’s where our  specialists come in.  With so many different tours to choose from, it’s important to work with someone who knows the practitioners, knows what they offer, and has personally experienced the sessions.  We’ll ask a lot of questions to determine the exact sessions and practitioners that are right for you.

Will I be in a group setting?

Sedona Vortex Adventures offer both personal one-on-one tours and small group tours.  With a private retreat you can opt to have all of your sessions be completely private, or you can bring a friend or two and reduce the price. We also offer group retreats that happen on specific dates throughout the year through our sister company SpiritQuest Retreats. Just give us a call or visit us on retreatsinsedona.com

When is the best time to visit Sedona?

Any time! In fact, the weather is one of the best things about being here. With over 300 days of sunshine per year, each season in Sedona has something special to offer.

How much does it cost?

All prices are posted on our website. Each Sedona Vortex Adventures Tour and sessions are a personalized package designed exclusively for the client. We will quote a price once we’ve put together a proposed itinerary based on your individual goals.

Where are you located?

Our Center is located at 75 Kallof Place (right behind Natural Grocers in Sedona.) Please drive to the rear of the building. You will see our sign.

Where will my sessions take place?

Tour sessions will take place at various special power sites located on Forest Service land near Sedona or indoors at our beautiful retreat center.

How do I get there?

Most visitors fly into the Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, rent a car, and drive 120 miles north to Sedona on Interstate 17. Phoenix is served by over 20 airlines and all the major car rental agencies.

Do I need a car?

A car is definitely the best way to get around in Sedona. This is a very small town. With just 2 main roads it’s very easy to navigate. You can drive from one end to the other in approximately 10 minutes.  However, there is another option available if driving is out of the question. You can catch a shuttle from the Phoenix airport to Sedona, and utilize the local taxi service to get around while you’re here.

Where will I stay?

Sedona Vortex Adventures has teamed with a wide range of lodging partners in Sedona, ranging from the many fine hotels and resorts in Sedona to budget accommodations. Your coordinator will be happy to assist you in booking your reservations with one of our partner properties to ensure the best rates and a convenient location for your sessions.

Where will I eat?

Sedona has many wonderful restaurants to choose from. There are many options so you can make healthy choices that fit your dietary preferences and budget.

What should I bring?

Some items will depend on the season, of course. Your Sedona Vortex Adventures Guide can give you an idea of average temperatures when you schedule for a particular month. Here are some items that are always useful:
– Comfortable light-weight hiking shoes
– A Journal
– Sunglasses
– Hat
– Water bottle
– An open heart and a willingness to make lasting changes

How far in advance do I need to make reservations?

Many people book their tours well in advance. However, we can accommodate you last minute if guides are available.

How do I make a reservation?

Just give us a call. We like to talk with you in order to customize your tour.

What about cancellations?

Payment for Day Packages or Ala Carte sessions is due in full at the time of booking. If you cancel with more than 48 hrs notice, SpiritQuest will provide a refund of the monies paid to us minus a $50 cancellation fee. There is no refund for cancellations with less than 48 hrs notice. Once scheduled changes will incur a $50 change fee.

Will I have to sign a liability waiver in order to participate?

Yes. While we do require a liability waiver, we should also add that our programs do not involve high risk activities.