At just under 6,000 feet in elevation, our home town of scenic, beautiful Cedar City nestles at the foot of spectacular red-rock and alpine mountains. Most of our remote viewing training is conducted here. We have a multi-room training space consisting of lecture spaces and remote viewing rooms. (One of the rooms doubles as Paul’s art studio!) Our facility can accommodate up to a maximum of six students and three instructors.
Surrounded by impressive views of Cedar City’s scenic offerings to inspire the students who attend, our offices provide a comfortable, relaxed environment for exploring and experiencing the encounters with human consciousness to which remote viewing study grants access.
Cedar City is in the heart of Utah’s famous “Color Country” red rock formations. An hour from Zion National Park and 90 minutes from Bryce Canyon, our base of operations is within half a day’s drive of seven of the most majestic national parks in the United States. Other spectacular scenery is near at hand: Kolob Canyon, Cedar Breaks and Parowan Gap are a half-hour drive or less away, and we take advantage of this landscape to enhance the training experience you will have when you attend one of our highly-regarded remote viewing courses.
Accessible by a small but comfortable regional airport with three regularly-scheduled Delta flights a day, Cedar City is served via I-15 north from Las Vegas through the mountainous and varied Mojave Desert and scenic Virgin River Gorge, and south from Salt Lake City through broad vistas and easily-traveled mountain passes.
Thus our main training location is remote from your daily concerns but not remote from reasonable access. Home to a small 10,000-student university and the second-highest-ranked regional theater in the country (The Utah Shakespeare Festival, which recently completed a new $40 million facility to house and support its various summer-long and fall offerings), Cedar offers many big-city amenities but with the charm and peace of its small-town heritage. Billed as “Festival City USA,” the town offers an abundance of lodging and a wide variety of dining opportunities far beyond most other cities of its size.
Winter Training Venues
Due to its mountain setting, the winter months in Cedar City can sometimes see a lot of snow, and one can’t guarantee being able to easily arrive or depart during January, February, or March. In most cases we instead hold classes in the Las Vegas area during these three months. The venues vary, and that information is included in course announcements once classes are organized and scheduled.
**Unfortunately, our leased space is not easily accessible for people with certain disabilities (there is a flight of approximately a dozen stairs to gain access to the building housing our offices); however, we do try to hold at least one course a year in a locale that is fully accessible.