Sedona's Energy Vortexes



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Medium and healer Page Bryant sparked visitors curiosity in Sedona when she coined the term "vortex" to describe centers of highly concentrated energy. Bryant described Sedona as a special place of highly charged vortexes. Vortexes, if you are partial to believing in them, are thought to be especially conducive to healing, mediation, and prayer. This guide takes you to the heart of Sedona's main vortex hotspots.

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Day 1 - Sedona


Boynton Canyon is considered one of Sedona's most powerful vortex sites. The canyon also happens to be one of the most scenic. The roughly six-mile trail takes you through lush riparian vegetation, with views of the canyon's spires and incredible rock formations. After your hike, head to the Center for the New Age for more information on local vortexes and New Age events.


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Boynton Canyon Trail

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P.O. Box 300
250 Brewer Road
Sedona, AZ 86339-0330

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tel: 520 282 4119
fax: 520 282 4119


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Center For the New Age

Location:

341 State Route 179
Sedona, AZ 86336

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tel: 1 888 881 6651 (Toll free)
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Day 2 - Sedona


Cathedral Rock is a Sedona landmark and perhaps the most photographed red rock formation in town. For those seeking out Sedona's famed vortexes, Cathedral Rock is also said to be a center of natural energy. Bell Rock, just north of the Village of Oak Creek, is also famous for its distinct shape and is said to be located on a strong vortex.


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Cathedral Rock

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Lower Red Rock Loop Road
Sedona, AZ 86336

Contact:

tel: 928 282 7722
fax: 928 282 3916
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Bell Rock

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Location:

6246 State Route 179
Sedona, AZ 86351

Contact:

tel: 928 282 7722 (Tourist information)
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