Weekend Wellness at Red Mountain Resort

September 15, 2018

Weekend Wellness at Red Mountain Resort

Red Mountain Resort always tries to show our locals a little love. And our new Weekend Wellness Series does just that. This wonderful new offering gives St. George locals an opportunity to embark on a day of rejuvenation featuring small group fitness and wellness sessions, an incredibly tasty and healthy lunch, as well as a 30% discount* for all Sagestone Spa & Salon services. Book your day today.

  • 10am: Registration and Welcome; set the intention for the day
  • 10:30am: Enjoy a fitness or yoga class
  • 12pm-1pm: Enjoy lunch in Canyon Breeze Restaurant
  • 1pm: Say Yes & No with Clarity - an interactive discussion with Life Coach Cindy Clemens
  • 2pm: Spa on your own. Enjoy classes, the outdoor pool, or take 30% off any regularly priced treatment at Sagestone

Cost per guest: $75. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Women’s Influence Center. Limited to 30 guests.

The Women’s Influence Center is designed to holistically support and promote women’s personal, professional, and leadership development so that every woman can transition from where she is now to where she aspires to be. It is a non-profit foundation under the umbrella of the St. George Area Chamber of Commerce.

*30% discount on the spa treatment is for this day only

Hosted by Cindy Clemens, Life Coach
Cindy Clemens

In 2006, Cindy Clemens published her book, Life Is a Do-Over: You Can Choose a New Path in Life. Available as an e-book at Amazon and Barnes & Noble, the book led to her affiliation with Red Mountain Resort where she is a frequent guest presenter providing talks, fire ceremonies, and life coaching sessions for the guests. She also maintains a private coaching practice and is a popular speaker and workshop facilitator in southern Utah and Las Vegas.

After graduating from Occidental College in 1982 with a bachelor’s degree in political science, Cindy attended Hastings College of Law and was sworn in as a member of the California State Bar in 1985. She began her legal career as a criminal prosecutor and appellate attorney for the City of Los Angeles.

In early 1990, Cindy moved to the Central Coast of California and was hired as the Assistant City Attorney for the City of San Luis Obispo, where she worked for eight years as an in-house municipal attorney. Rekindling her passion for theater, she became involved in the San Luis Obispo Community Theater, acting in several productions and serving on the Board of Directors.

In 1998 while enjoying an extended cross-country RV trip, she discovered the profession of life-coaching and knew it would be her new career. She graduated from the two-year training program at Coach U and began sharing lessons and strategies for building a stronger personal foundation and making better life choices. The final piece fell into place when she found her new home amidst the spectacular red rocks and mountains of southern Utah.