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Directions to Mendocino Coast Home Studio

Directions To Mendocino Coast Home Studio
~ By Appointment Only

The Mendonoma North Coast Community is a 22 square mile geography of communities, with five towns serving roughly 4,000 people. The southern border sits in Sonoma County, with The Sea Ranch, and then extends north into the southern most Mendocino County coastal town of Gualala, followed by Anchor Bay 4 miles up, and Point Arena another 12 miles, and Manchester 6 miles.

From the SF Bay Area
Take 101 north to the Washington Street/Central Petaluma exit in Petaluma (look for the blue tourist sign that says “Bodega Bay” just as you're exiting)
Go left (West over freeway) and proceed along this road to bodega bay

Washington Blvd will eventually wind you onto Highway 1 (Washington Blvd becomes Bodega Hwy, and eventually Hwy 1)—so you needn't do a thing but enjoy drive). Ccontinue North on Hiighway 1, past the little towns of Jenner, Fort Ross, Timber Cove, Stewerts Point, Sea Ranch, Gualala, Anchor Bay,

We are up Fish Rock Road just past the twon of Anchor Bay, behind the Dragon Gate
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Home Office Notes:

1. In receiving sessions at our home office, please know that we live in a wilderness resort area on The South Mendocino Coast so commuting up for a session and then driving back to the Bay Area in one day is not advisable. The majestic beauty and winding roads to get here make for an adventure that can greatly complement the Transformational Bodywork itself. Some people enjoy staying at a B & B or hotel or camping; others have found that leaving the sanctuary of our land and eating at restaurants feels like too much for their heightened sensitivities. For those folks, our cottage may be of residential interest to them while doing the work. For more information about this option, please check this link:

2. On March 12th of 2014 the Point Arena/Stornetta portion of the California Coastal National Monument, became permanently available to the public just 20 minutes from where we live. The New York Times named it number 3 in the world to see this year. It is quite amazing; photography does not do it justice. Click here for more information. The incorporation of the Point Arena-Stornetta Public Lands—1,665 acres—gives hikers new access to a contiguous 12-mile stretch of coastline and fields of wildflowers, cypress forests and cliff areas (some overlooking dramatic blowholes, pinnacles and sea caves), much of it previously off-limits to the public.

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