85 miles north of San Francisco, near Middletown, CA, Four Springs’ historic lodge and cabins on 280 forested acres are an inspirational setting for seminars, gatherings and personal retreats.
Four Springs is known by people around the world as an inspirational setting for reflection, study and personal transformation.
Four Springs is secluded at the end of Sheveland Road in Middletown,CA, on 280 acres of woods in the foothills beneath Mount Saint Helena, in southern Lake County. Clear refreshing water comes from natural springs.
The lodge, cabins, art and meditation buildings, library and seminar room, together with pool, grape arbor, meadows and trails combine to create a refuge from daily concerns. Four Springs offers nourishment to the soul, space and time to discern inner possibilities that might otherwise go unnoticed.
A historic northern California retreat, Four Springs was established in 1956 by three women who worked with psychologist C. G. Jung: Elizabeth Howes, Sheila Moon and Luella Sibbald. Intentionally small in scale, Four Springs offers seclusion and natural beauty, a congenial setting for deep work, hosting personal retreats and groups of up to 50 participants.