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"What draws us into the desert is the search for something intimate in the remote"

Edward Abbey


Our Spaces


The Sanctuary offers indoor comfort and convenience in a thoughtfully designed modern, warm and calm space, with a mix of clean lines, and ample natural material and texture. There are limitless possibilities when transforming the space for your gathering or retreat. The spacious room has been made intimate with beautiful seating vignettes and can comfortably accommodate a number of guests within the open-area footprint. Visual and sensory comfort creates the ideal mood for ceremonies, celebrations, speakers, yoga practices and performances. The Sanctuary can comfortably accommodate up to 100 guests.

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On the grounds surrounding our Sanctuary are a plethora of activating spaces that will connect you with our desert landscape. The garden has plenty of seating areas and picnic tables woven throughout for dining and relaxing. We have thoughtfully curated spaces for receptions, outdoor activities, and community events.  Our winding meditation path and extended grounds start and end beneath our iron arches. Along the path you will find indigenous desert plants and a special opportunity to pause beneath a pair of Joshua trees. 

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The Labyrinth is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness. Representing the paths we walk throughout our lives from beginning to end and reflecting the healing energy of the high desert, look to our signature Labyrinth for deepening your inward connectivity to self and surroundings. The Labyrinth exemplifies a journey to our own center and back again out into the world.

Our Labyrinth also symbolizes meeting in the circle of community, ceremony and celebration. It represents strengthening the center of intention, integrity and integration with a shared commitment to the greater good. 

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Photo by  Carly Valentine

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