Panacea Spa + Wellness
Find BALANCE at our plein air spa, BE
Let nature BE your spa. Panacea at the Canyon invites you to experience bliss and balance with our all-natural spa indulgences and holistic healing treatments. No matter what your needs, you'll find our variety of services perfect for clearing the mind, purifying the body and invigorating the spirit.
Whether you join us for a weekend, a week or more, we'll get you feeling and being your best. Our goal is to help you rediscover the best parts of yourself that are often pushed aside due to the business of life.
Yoga (/ˈjoʊɡə/; Sanskrit, Listen) is a physical, mental, and spiritual practice or discipline which originated in India. Among the most well-known types of yoga are Hatha yoga and Rāja yoga.
Yoga gurus from India later introduced yoga to the west, following the success of Swami Vivekananda in the late 19th and early 20th century. In the 1980s, yoga became popular as a system of physical exercise across the Western world. Yoga in Indian traditions, however, is more than physical exercise, it has a meditative and spiritual core.
Our yoga sessions are offered daily at 9AM in the gallery space at the Barn. To keep the good Karma flowing we have a suggested $10 minimum contribution for our wonderful yoga instructors that can be paid cash after your session.
Find Your Center
For thousands of years, human beings have created the spiral paths that fold back on themselves within labyrinths for reasons ranging from decoration to art and myth. As well, the labyrinth has long been used as a creative or spiritual tool. If you have a problem, you can use the labyrinth to help solve it. If you have a need to discover spiritual meaning or find inspiration, a labyrinth can be put to service for you.
"A labyrinth is not a maze or a puzzle to be solved but a path of meaning to be experienced. Its path is circular and convoluted, but it has no dead ends. A labyrinth has one entrance — one way in and one way out. When we walk the path, we go around short curves and long curves; sometimes we are out on the edge, sometimes we circle around the center. We are never really lost, but we can never quite see where we are going.
Along the path we sometimes move forward with ease and confidence: sometimes we creep ahead cautiously, sometimes we find the need to stop and reflect, and sometimes we even feel the urge to retreat. The center is there but our path takes us through countless twists and turns. Sometimes we are at the heart of our life experiences, sometimes we are at a playful turn; sometimes we share our path with others, and other times we don’t. No matter what, we are still on the labyrinth path. It holds all our experiences, in life and in work. And to draw upon the wisdom of the ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus, we need to be aware that what looks like an endpoint can also be a beginning point. Indeed, in so many ways, the labyrinth is like life." Alex Pattakos 06/13/2012