Personal Enrichment

Yoga on the river

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The Mt. Shasta area has long been a destination for those searching for spiritual growth and rejuvenation, with its pristine glacial waters, natural mineral springs, pure mountain air and unsurpassed scenery.

Rising to a height of 14,179 feet, Mt. Shasta dominates the landscape of Northern California. The area has long been a destination resort rejuvenation, with its pristine glacial waters, natural mineral springs, pure mountain air and unsurpassed scenery. Adding to the abundant natural healthful opportunities available here are the large number of alternative health and wellness practitioners who offer a wide variety of healing modalities for mind, body, and spirit health.

Mt. Shasta is the jewel of the Cascade Mountain Range and has long been sacred to the Native North American Indians of Northern California. The area around Mt. Shasta with its pristine glacial waters, natural mineral springs, pure mountain air and unsurpassed scenery draws thousands of spiritual tourists yearly on sacred journeys, pilgrimages, vision quests and healing retreats. It is considered by many religious adherents as one of the Seven Sacred Mountains of the World, and draws hundreds of spiritual tourists yearly on sacred journeys, pilgrimages, vision quests, healing retreats. Call it mystique, call it enchantment or call it simply a beautiful place!

Every spring when the full moon is in Taurus, the Wesak Celebration is held for three days. Since 1950 the “I Am” Come! Pageant has been held yearly in August at the G.W. Ballard Amphitheater, by the Saint Germain Foundation.

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