Wine tours of Sedona is pleased to celebrate summer with you are valued customers. In the spirit of the heat and summer, we are offering our customers a free bottle of Sauvignon Blanc, a perfect wine to cool off with in the heat of summer. Please make sure you mention free wine at the time of your reservation.
Our wine tours range from 3 to 8 hours, or more. And remember, we take you where you want to go, serving all 23 wine tasting rooms and vineyard locations throughout the Verde Valley Wine Trail. Unlike our competitors that offer large unpersonal group tours, we offer you a private tour experience giving you complete flexibility throughout your tour.
Wine Tours of Sedona is pleased to start offering select tours through barter / trade. For those you unfamiliar with this, it's pretty exciting. Living in the American west where this was Indian country, things of value were often traded. That's what bartering is all about.
All of the tours that we offer have a dollar value associated with them, just as other businesses across the state and nation have their own products and services with an associated dollar value. Simply, you have a huge network in which to sell your stuff (in my case incredible wine tours) and use the services of others. There are literally thousands of other businesses in these networks which include restaurants, consulting services, hotels, marketing, automotive, and dozens of other categories.
We a member of both BarterWorks and Value Card Alliance which are both part of national barter organizations where businesses can barter their services / products for those services / products of others. It is a wonderful we to do business in today's economy. For more information on how your company may be part of this awesome exchange network, check out with BarterWorks or Value Card Alliance. If you are a member of either organization, ask your contact rep to set you up with some vouchers to use on our tours. It's that easy.
Sunday, June 5th, 3:30 p.m. @ Mary D. Fisher Theatre
The Connected Universe, featuring Nassim Haramein, returns after its sold-out Sneak Peek at ILLUMINATE 2015. This film takes us on a delightful visual journey of the science behind the interconnectedness of all things. Do you know that you really are connected to all seven-plus billion people in the world? Connected, that is, down to the atom and the quark? Here is where science meets consciousness and takes a quantum leap into the future by unifying their opposing viewpoints. This is our next step in our understanding of consciousness as we evolve.
This private screening is for VIPs and All-Access passholders. However, if seats become available, admission will be granted to waitlisters on a first-come, first-served basis. The waitlist is full.
A Q&A with director Malcom Carter follows.
Sunday, June 5th, 6:15 p.m. @ Mary D. Fisher Theatre
The story of Teal Swan captures the heart and soul of any spiritual journey. Referred to as "The Spiritual Catalyst" and dubbed the next Wayne Dyer, Teal's extrasensory gifts and connection to the spiritual realm are a light in the perpetual darkness of the modern age. Follow her from an abusive cult and its destructive mentality through to her transformation to bold leader. Teal helps people move toward peace, despite their difficulties. Her challenging journey offers an undeniable truth to everyone that hears it: No matter what, we CAN find our bliss.
A Q&A with director Paola Marino, spiritual teacher Teal Swan, and close friend Blake Dyer follows
REEL HEALING: Healing With Teal Swan, The Spiritual Catalyst
Due to the abuse that occurred in Teal Swan’s life behind closed doors, authenticity has become integral to her and the social movement that she leads. After experiencing Teal: The Making of a Spiritual Teacher, the audience will be inspired and ready for this authenticity. Teal will lead us through an experiential exercise that will tap this raw authenticity, to overcome our greatest limitations.
Mantra - Sounds Into Silence & Kirtan Concert with Jai Uttal - Work-In-Progress - Illuminate Film Festival, June 5th
Sunday, June 5th, 1:00 p.m. @ SPAC
There's a bliss revolution rising—and you are invited! Millions are discovering the inner peace of kirtan, or practicing Bhakti Yoga, the ancient spiritual tradition of chanting with music and dancing.
In a special premiere of film clips and intimate conversation with director Georgia Wyss, we invite you to shift into the joy that kirtan brings as it changes musical paradigms across the world. We glimpse behind-the-scenes interviews with kirtan superstars Krishna Das, Deva Premal & Mitem with Manose and others, whose life work raises the consciousness of the world through spiritual song.
A Q&A with director Georgia Wyss, executive producer Howard Glasser, and artist Jai Uttal follows.
Thank You For Your Service - SOCIAL ISSUES, CONSCIOUS SOLUTIONS - Southwest Premiere - Illuminate Film Festival, June 5th
Sunday, June 5th, 1:00 p.m. @ Mary D. Fisher Theatre
Interweaving the stories of four Iraq War veterans, Thank You for Your Service takes aim at the nation's crippled understanding of war trauma and failed policies designed to treat a national crisis. Reentry into civilian life presents difficult and varied challenges of PTSD, from survivor's guilt to moral dilemma. However, alternative modalities in Native American ceremonial rituals, inner peace derived from meditative practice and the tranquility brought by equine therapy brings these soldiers real healing. Listen to candid interviews of top military and civilian leaders, including Defense Secretary Robert Gates, Admiral Mike Mullen, Generals David Petraeus andLoree Sutton, Senator Patty Murray and Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
A reel healing session is included with the first screening only.
A Q&A with director Tom Donahue, producer Ilan Arboleda and Sgt. William Rodriguez follows.
REEL HEALING: Healing The Body With Yoga Nidra
Join Sgt. William Rodriguez, MSW, from the film and an iRest graduate, as he leads us in a profound and moving Yoga Nidra experience to rest the body and soul. Over the past 10 years, William has dedicated his time and study to helping people cope with issues such as post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), suicide, anxiety, depression and substance abuse through this powerful tool.
Sunday, June 5th, 10:30 a.m. @ SPAC
In the heart of downtown Seattle lies the Union Gospel Mission—a homeless shelter catering to the addicted and the abused. For these men and women, hope is a novelty. Self-esteem is a luxury. Recovery is a faraway ideal. But within the UGM is one man, an ex-Army Ranger, who believes in them, who believes in life and who believes in mountains. Mountains? Yes, watch as he attempts to use one of the most treacherous peaks in North America, 14,400-foot Mt. Rainier, to give these recovering addicts hope again. Will their personal mountains be overcome?
SUNDAY, JUNE 5th, 10:15 a.m. @ Mary D. Fisher Theatre
Welcome to TreeStory, a series of short documentary films that explores the relationship between humans and trees from every conceivable angle: the scientific, the mythical, the practical, the cultural and the spiritual. Powered by insightful, personal stories, and inspired by our oldest companions on earth, TreeStory will change the way you see trees—and yourself—for good. Everyone has a tree story. Come watch yours.
A Q&A with director Ward Serrill follows.
Preceded By: Catching Fire | USA | 2016 | 30 Minutes • Documentary Short
Directed By: Ward Serrill
Across the globe, more than three billion cooking fires are lit each day contributing to four million deaths a year. Catching Fire follows the improbable journey of passionate inventor, Peter Scott, and his eccentric 'stove army' as they attempt to overcome incredible odds to design and mass produce the world's most revolutionary cook stove for the developing world. It is the story of one man against great odds, who never gives up on achieving his goal to save trees and the people of Africa.
REEL HEALING: Tree Of Life Journey
The tree stands as the bridge between the seen and the unseen world. Following the world premiere of TreeStory, celebrate with a tree of life ceremony, a guided shamanic journey with Ward Serrill to discover your own personal wisdom tree. We will collectively share prayers for the trees and connect our intentions to help humankind’s oldest companions on Earth.
TONIGHT: 9:30 pm – 12:30 am
Celebrate conscious cinema and dance the night away on the final evening of the ILLUMINATE Film Festival! Following the Saturday Night Spotlight Screening, filmmakers, VIPs and All-Access passholders are invited to join us for a late-night party.
Admission: Badgeholders only
(VIP All-Access, filmmakers, industry, sponsors)
Tony Robbins: I Am Not Your GuruSpotlight Film - Arizona Premiere - Illuminate Film Festiva, June 4th
TONIGHT AT 6:45 P.M.
Internationally renowned life and business strategist as well as best-selling author, Tony Robbins, is at the center of this revelatory cinema verité that goes behind the scenes, pulling back the curtain on a man that traverses the globe and counsels over 200,000 people annually. Academy Award® nominee, Joe Berlinger (Paradise Lost, Brother's Keeper, and Crude), takes you on an emotional roller coaster that unveils Tony's ability to transform the thoughts and feelings of his participants, enabling them to take control of their own lives right then and there. Powerful and uncompromising, this film delivers an inside look at how one man affects millions. It is an empowering and unforgettable force that will ignite the giant in you.
Ages 18+ recommended due to language.
A Q&A with a surprise guest follows!
Adventures & Experiences from the life of Jim Reich, guide extraordinaire.