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Our mission is to inspire and support people and communities that are working to create an awakened humanity. For thousands of years this land has been honored as sacred and has been recognized as a place of great healing and spiritual power.


Private Groups or Personal Retreats

A holistic transpersonal training that integrates all aspects of the person: physical, psychological and spiritual.

Our staff focuses their full attention on each group in order to provide the maximum comfort. Our commitment is to make your retreat an unforgettable experience.

Yoga, Tai-chi, Qi-gong, healing, artistic or transpersonal psychology trainings are welcome. Family gatherings, personal retreats, writers, yoga and meditation practitioners, among others will find a magical place of inspiration and tranquility among the pine and cedar forest.

Facilities & Accommodations

Enjoy a powerful re-connection with nature

Our Golden Eagle Conference Hall sits at the edge of Parks Creek and is surrounded by the Trinity National Forest. Spacious, modern, and luminous, the space can be used to hold conferences, yoga sessions, dance classes and other group gatherings.

The hall capacity is 70 guests seated or 30 with yoga mats. It is equipped with a wood burning stove, mirrors along the wall, window blinds and an air conditioner.

Right across the wooden bridge that spans over Parks Creek, and surrounded by beautiful ponds amidst the trees, you will find Akhaldan Hall. This building has a large hall which is adaptable to any type of event, a fully equipped restaurant kitchen for private catered events, and a beautiful terrace which can be used as a relaxing lounge space. The Hall capacity is 52 guest seated or 20 with yoga mats.

Beside the river, Shamballa Hall is a unique place with capacity for 40 seated guests and 20 on yoga mats. (Available in 2023)

Mt. Shasta

Because special events require special venues

Coming to Mt. Shasta is a pilgrimage. For thousands of years this land has been honored as sacred and has been recognized as a place of great healing and spiritual power. The Native tribes have considered the mountain to be the sacred center of the universe and still perform their ceremonies there to this day.

The mountain is also home to stunning hiking trails, mountain biking and picnic spots in the spring and summer and skiing in the winter and is only 20 minutes from the retreat center. Shasta Lake is also a favorite for swimming and walking, and the nature is unparalleled.

We invite you to host your retreat here at Pneuma Retreat Center. Here you will find yourself surrounded by a radiant, nurturing natural environment where you feel more connected and awake.


The Experience of Divinity


by Juan Ruiz Naupari


October 27th 2020