We lead unique tours and retreats  in Sedona--a place of profound & inspiring beauty

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Exercise the mind and body, while enjoying nature




A weekend vacation to engage the body, mind, and spirit


River Trips

An adventure on the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon


Book Club

We guide you through classic texts


Doing Philosophy in Nature

We are educators of philosophy, science, and religion and we love to explore the areas in which these overlap. We have found the natural beauty of Sedona and northern Arizona to be the perfect place to inspire and foster careful philosophical conversation. If you have ever been curious about the big questions—such as: What is the meaning of life? What am I doing here? What should I do?—then we invite you to join us in Sedona, Arizona to explore more deeply.


“Must do experience for thoughtful persons visiting Sedona”

Frank W.

“This has to be the best experience in Sedona–which is really saying something!”

Bo B.

“Getting in touch with yourself via Nature!! Awesome!”


“You’ll have an opportunity to talk about the big questions in life like the meaning of life, defining a meaningful existence, death, happiness, and any other large, philosophical and big picture questions.”

Kay B.

“We can recommend it highly to anyone interested in a meaningful involvement with ideas, Nature, and — most gratifyingly — both.”

Ken B., Geologist

“If you think you have experienced Sedona, you haven’t even touched the surface. Go deeper with Sedona Philosophy.”

Margot C., Boston MA
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Remembering sincerity

Ben Franklin’s definition of sincerity: Use no hurtful deceit. Think innocently and justly; and, if you speak, speak accordingly. Sincerity is a virtue we don’t hear much about these days. We’re more likely to hear about strategy. But with strategic communication being lobbed at us from all directions, sincerity has a definite appeal. Most of […]

Finding Your Soul in Nature

What happens when you go on a Sedona Philosophy retreat? You get a better understanding of your own life. Last Week’s Retreat Last week on the Finding Your Soul in Nature Retreat participants explored their inner lives in the natural world, and challenged some fundamental western ideas of what humanity’s place in nature is and […]

Spirituality and Voting

Spirituality and Voting Spirituality and voting? Yes, you read that correctly. There is a connection between the inner spiritual life and the outer political one. Individuals do not live merely as individuals, but as individuals within a larger human and natural community. The health, vitality, and well-being of one depends upon the other. Working on […]

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