Vitality Quests at Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary

Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary, Freestone, CA

Last week I took a walk around the gardens and secluded back three acres of Osmosis in preparation for the Vitality Quest I will be leading there this summer.  In a 400′ stretch of Salmon Creek there are 4 massage pagodas that will be used as retreat huts, and 7 specially chosen private places along the creek that are being created for the use of the Vitality Quest participants.  You start out with an entire morning of spa treatments – cedar enzyme bath, massage, sound healing session in the hammock garden – and lunch followed by a guided retreat which also gives you private time in these divine nature spots.

It’s hard to imagine a more serenely peaceful spot.  I was there to contemplate my own offering as a Vitality Quest Leader on July 22.  Art + meditation + nature, my own favorite healing combination, a rich offering in itself, but combined with the healing spa treatments and private time in the sacred sanctuary of Osmosis, it is practically irresistible!

This is one of the private massage pagodas that will be available to one of the 11 participants in the Vitality Day Quests, which are scheduled throughout the next few months and feature a variety of top teachers in the healing arts.  For more details about the offerings check out Osmosis. (Personally I’m tempted to sign up for every one of the days.) And if you’d like to join me for the day that will include an afternoon of nature, art, meditation and reflective time alone, read more here about the July 22 offering.



  1. “How to Lasso a Creative Idea”- Thanks for your tips. I recognize myself in this. Have a lot of note books and sketch books that I spread around me. Sometimes I have to look for them, because I do not know where I placed them. Therefore it may be that I buy new every now and then. They are small in A5 size or smaller, so I can have them in my little purse. I usually come on the ideas when I travel to and from work. I also had a lot that I cut out of magazines but did not know what to do with them, so I threw it in the end.
    Now that I’ve seen your art work, I have more ideas, and sometime I’ll do something with them. Maybe when I retire. I would not in any case be difficult to fill the vacant (?) Time.
    Also liked the movie you had in the monthly newsletter
    Interesting to see how works of art takes shape, it would be interesting to see more such films.


  2. I really love your blog.. Excellent colors & theme.
    Did you create this web site yourself? Please reply back as I’m looking to create my own website and want to know where you got this from or what the theme is named. Thanks!


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