Located along the French Broad River (the 3rd oldest river in the world) and in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains, The Rock Girl Sacred Stone School is just minutes away from Downtown Asheville. It is also easily accessible to nearby airports: Asheville Regional Airport (25 minutes), Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (1 hour, 20 mins) and Charlotte Douglas International Airport (2 hours).
The Rock Girl Sacred Stone School is brimming with thousands of Stones from around the World, a most magickal setting to learn in! Once enrolled in the program, you will receive an invitation to visit The Rock Girl’s Private VIP Room where she offers her select Signature Stones for purchase to private buyers and students only.
For a larger number of students, The Rock Girl® is proud to host her Sacred Stone School events in Asheville, NC at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel, where students may take advantage of The Rock Girl’s Corporate Group Rate for discounted rooms. Students can enjoy the ease of simply heading downstairs to complete courses and seminars, and afterwards, may enjoy Downtown Asheville and all it has to offer…
The Four Points by Sheraton Asheville Downtown is only 20 minutes from the nearest airport, and offers the convenience of a great downtown location while being nestled among the Blue Ridge Mountains. Step outside and into a unique world of shops, restaurants, art galleries, and more. Four Points by Sheraton is proud to be a 100% non-smoking hotel, and offers pet-friendly rooms for a fee, and free on-site parking. You will find everything from Wi-Fi with printing options to an onsite business center, a 24-hour fitness center, and free passes to the local YMCA, which is just one block away.
Did You Know?
~ Both Rolling Stone Magazine and CBS News, Eye On America did a feature on the area, naming Asheville “America’s New Age Mecca.”
~ It is claimed that Asheville has more geological vortexes than anywhere in America…or maybe, as legend says, it’s the energy that the Atlantian and Lemurian scientists implanted here after their civilization fell into the sea! There are even rumors that the Cherokee (with their blue eyes) were Atlantians. Asheville’s mountains (oldest in the world!) tower some 6,800 ft above sea level, the highest point on North America closest to the Atlantic Ocean.
~ This thriving mountain city features a funky and eclectic downtown, 30-plus art galleries downtown alone, a burgeoning culinary scene, a thriving live music scene and, of course, the awe-inspiring scenery of the Appalachian Mountains. Asheville is the ultimate playground, with a wide diversity of outdoor adventures and the ideal destination for an active and healthy getaway. Special thanks to http://www.exploreasheville.com for this information.