The coronavirus continues to have a major impact on gathering places of every kind, including Four Springs.
Following county health department guidelines we are now hosting personal retreat guests and smaller groups of up to 25 people to allow for social distancing.
We have worked with the organizations and facilitators on our calendar to reschedule events as needed. We have furloughed employees and applied for emergency relief to help Four Springs through this period of much lower activity and income.
We are grateful for the donations and other expressions of support that have come during the pandemic. Your gift is especially needed at this time, and will help us continue the legacy of Four Springs through and to the other side of this health crisis.
People love being here!
We offer seminars at the intersection between psychology and religious wisdom, and host other organizations at Four Springs for their for educational, charitable or religious events.
Over 60 years of inner work at Four Springs
in serenity, simplicity and harmony with nature.
Our friendly staff welcomes and
supports your program and participants.
Warm wood floors and stone fireplaces
are in the lodge and other meeting areas,
with a variety of quiet and cozy spaces
indoors and out.
Our lodge, cabins, swimming pool
and trails are secluded on
280 forested acres in
South Lake County, just
north of Napa Valley.
We are 85 miles from San
Francisco and 100 miles
Our facilities can host up to 50 overnight guests or up to 100 day guests for special events.
Four Springs Seminars is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and nonsectarian organization.
Call 888.428.5189 for more information or to inquire about dates for your next event, retreat or seminar.
Our cabins have 31 twin
and full-sized beds in single and double rooms. In addition we have limited space for camping.
We have several meeting areas, pool,
library, art studio, meditation building and hiking trails through
280 acres of pine and oak forest.
The programs we offer explore the intersection of spirituality and psychology,
informed by teachings of Jesus, the psychological work of
C. G. Jung and Fritz Kunkel, and poetry, literature,
music and art from a variety of traditions.