Many people who are committed to spiritual growth as a major focus for their life are drawn to Sedona. Nature enthusiasts, lightworkers, peaceweavers, healers, and the perpetually curious are all drawn to this beautiful place for unique and personal reasons. There is a very sacred feeling when you enter this area. From the moment you are in the presence of the magnificence of Sedona’s natural beauty you may feel a wave of peace and serenity caress you.
Sedona is known by people from around the world as a powerful spiritual center comprised of many subtle energy vortexes. Many of these special places on the earth were the sites of ancient sacred ceremonies and prayer rituals.
Sedona has a population of about 15,000 residents. It is nestled amongst magnificent red rock formations. The canyons, cliffs and scenery are breathtaking, and the energy is powerful yet nurturing. The history of the area can speak to you when visiting the Ancient Indian ruins nearby.
What to Do in Sedona?
There are many spiritual groups, healing practitioners, and resources in Sedona. If you are looking for a quiet place to meditate, a lovely chapel, a Reiki practitioner, an acupuncturist, massage therapist, chiropractor, naturopath, a spa or just about any other resource to support health, wellness and spiritual growth you will most likely find it right here in Sedona.
How is the Weather in Sedona?
The sun shines in Sedona 300+ days a year. Our weather is magnificent!
Sedona is between Flagstaff and Phoenix, however our climate is very different from the cold, snowy climate in Flagstaff and Phoenix’s hot desert conditions.
Sedona is an oasis between the desert and mountains.
The elevation of Phoenix is 1,000 feet above sea level and Flagstaff is 7,000 feet. Sedona is nestled at 4,500 feet and offers a mild, comfortable climate. We average only 8 inches of snow annually, which usually disappears within a day.
Records and Averages – Sedona
We are in the high mountain desert, while it is usually sunny and warm during the day, it gets cool at night. In spring, summer and autumn it is wise to have a light jacket, or sweater for the evenings, even though you may be comfortable in shorts during the day. In winter a winter jacket is suggested for the nights, and heavy sweaters are usually comfortable during the day.
If you need help planning your visit to Infinite Light and Peace Place in Sedona, let us know. We will be happy to help you!