Travel to wellness for the new year at Red Mountain Resort

Aerial view of villas and pool at Red Mountain Resort located at 1275 E. Red Mountain Circle, Ivins, Utah, date not specified | Photo courtesy of Red Mountain Resort, St. George News

ST. GEORGE — Situated in the heart of southwestern Utah’s magnificent red rock country, Red Mountain Resort recently announced a new lineup of special wellness programming for guests to embrace mindful change as they ring in 2019.

With 2018 winding to an end, guests are invited to swap any negativity from 2018 with wellness and balance and begin 2019 feeling refreshed and rejuvenated at the Red Mountain Resort at 1275 E. Red Mountain Circle in Ivins.

The resort recently celebrated its 20th anniversary, and the staff looks forward to continuing to bring guests a transformative experience of self-discovery and adventure as they enter the new year.

The resort’s Shamanic Energy Medicine Sessions are available year-round and offer the ultimate spiritual housekeeping for those looking to shift longstanding habits or shed old layers to connect to greater joy.

In honor of the new year, the resort’s Shamanic workshops, beginning at $150 per session, will be discounted at 20 percent off during the holiday week running from Dec. 30 through Jan. 5.

In addition to the resort’s Shamanic Energy Medicine Sessions, guests can enjoy myriad spiritual programming through the resort’s retreat offerings.

A sampling of Red Mountain Resort’s retreat packages and programming to celebrate the new year include the Red Mountain Essential Retreat package, available year-round, with special programming available Dec. 30 through Jan. 1.

As one of the resort’s most popular packages, it provides guests with access to all resort amenities, including the daily fitness calendar, guided morning hikes and three healthy, gourmet meals a day.

Starting at $305 per person, per night, below are a few spiritual offerings included in the Essential Retreat package for the end of 2018.

Spiral Walk – Dec. 30 at 2:30 p.m.

Guests can experience the ancient form of walking meditation to create space to unwind and release what has come to completion so that they may walk forward with confidence into 2019.

New Year’s Eve Celebration Dinner – Dec. 31 from 5:30-8:30 p.m.

This celebratory dinner will take place in the resort’s Canyon Breeze Restaurant and will feature shamanic practitioner Brittney Marie who will offer mini-sessions throughout the evening, giving guests oracle card readings to help discover what’s in store for 2019.

Each 10-minute reading will reveal three cards that determine the overall theme for the year, the qualities that can be cultivated for support and an individual message for every guest. Marie will also offer readings at the entrance of the Edible Garden at Canyon Breeze.

Release and Gather Ceremony – following the dinner celebration.

Guests are invited to gather at the Paradise Point Fire Pit to ring in the new year led by Marie, where guests will participate in a symbolic fire ceremony of giving the past year to the flames as they bring in the best of 2019.

New York Ball Drop – Dec. 31 at 9:30 p.m.

The resort will host a festive countdown in its newly unveiled Guest Services Pavilion, where the ball drop will be toasted with champagne at 10 p.m.

Inner Alchemy Workshop – Jan. 1 at 1 p.m.

For those looking to gain insight, clarity and a fresh outlook on life will enjoy a spiritual 45-minute workshop led by Marie. The practice of alchemy allows individuals to take what is present and the basic elements of life and transform them into a higher expression, and the workshop is a wonderful way to understand a new perspective for 2019.

For reservations and information, call toll-free at 877-246-4453, or click here.

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