Balance Health Systems Healing Location

Southern Utah is a land of unsurpassed beauty. Gorgeous! It is evident in the snow-capped mountains; in the towering fins of ruddy sandstone cut by erosion into bridges, arches, and strange “hoodoos” of stone; in dramatic faults where the earth twists, contrasting with gentle, rolling hummocks of “slickrock.”  It doesn’t really matter which scenic drive you take (but don’t miss Utah’s All-American Road – Scenic Highway 12); it doesn’t matter from which St. George golf course you tee off, which backcountry guide you charter, which spa you escape to – it will be one scenic eyeful after another.  For mountain biking, river rafting, hiking, and four-wheeling, there are plenty of towns to be your home base. For soaring ribbons of stone and hikes through history: Arches National Park. For massive buttes and mesas, remote and forbidding dreamscapes: Canyonlands National Park. For geologic amphitheaters with spires all aglow in pink luminescent earth tones: Bryce Canyon National Park. For quaint historic fruit orchards framed by a fortress of red rock: Capitol Reef National Park. For looming Wingate sandstone walls guarding a pastoral Virgin River landscape: Zion National ParkMonument Valley! Lake Powell! Southern Utah is a dreamscape. Southern Utah An ancient spirit inhabits Southern Utah. You feel it in the remnants of Puebloan cultures; the Anasazi and Fremont peoples who lived out their lives in southern Utah from about AD 1 to 1300. Rock art and writings, the ruins of habitation sites, and sacred places are scattered across the area.
“The area surrounding our Health Recovery Campus is
truly a sacred healing ground and you will feel it.” 
Kevin Brough

 

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