"From above, the rippled fog layer laps against the shores of the foothills like a voluminous cotton ocean." — Eric Cheng
The Healing Arts Center & Spa nurtures and inspires your entire being with spa treatments and experiential learning. We offer diverse experiences to fit your group's needs, including yoga, hiking, educational presentations from our Integrative Health practitioners, pampering spa services and more.
Say "thank you" for a job well done or celebrate a special occasion by offering the enjoyment of spa services. See our spa menu for a list of options and prices. Our inviting spa facility can perform up to 11 services per hour, including four facials.
Groups booking 10 or more services in a single day are eligible for a 10% discount on all spa services. For all groups, a 20% service charge is added to the original prices, prior to discount.
A buy-out of the entire spa allows for the exclusive use of spa facilities and guarantees service within the buy-out period (up to 11 services per hour).
Half day (6 hrs): $11,000
Full day (11 hours): $14,000
* Prices include all Healing Arts services, except shamanic journeys, and a 20% service charge. Please note buy-out rates do not include food or beverages from the Tea Bar.
Yoga is a physical and mental discipline that helps achieve balance by connecting the body, breath and mind. A typical yoga routine combines physical postures, called asanas, with breathing techniques and meditative practices. Goals often include stress reduction and physical fitness. Classes are led by experienced and accredited yoga instructors. Each class is one hour long; mats and props (as needed) are provided. Classes are suited to all students unless otherwise noted.
$200 for groups up to 6; for larger groups, add $20 per person.
Adults are grownup kids – so recess is essential. Cavallo Point, the ideal playground for groups, offers acres of open space for lawn bowling (bocce ball), badminton, croquet, touch football or soccer. Instruction, referee and equipment are provided.
Groups up to 10 people: $200
Groups of 11-20 people: $300
Group of 21-30 people: $400
Let us develop a scavenger hunt for your group. It includes an introduction to treasure hunting, clues, how to work as a team on this activity, and the history and geography of the area. It's a great way to play together, work together and gain a sense of place.
Price is based on number of participants and group goals
Enjoy expansive views of the San Francisco Bay and Pacific Ocean, meander under towering redwoods, and discover hidden coves and historic sites, just steps from Cavallo Point. We offer a range of hikes to accommodate your group's needs and goals – time, fitness levels, interests (health, history, ecology, etc.). Prices include trained and knowledgeable guides, drinking water, and use of canteen and holster during the hike.
$200 for groups up to 6; for larger groups, add $20 per person
A $100 fee per hour applies to hikes longer than two hours
Our one- to two-hour hikes provide an opportunity to explore the area around Cavallo Point. These breathtaking hikes offer outstanding views of the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco Bay and Pacific Ocean.
These three- to five-hour hikes are some of the best in the West. Experience incredible vistas, stunning Northern California landscapes and a great workout. Hikers must be in good physical condition. A delicious box lunch is included for an additional $30 per person. (Food & beverage prices are subject to 21% taxable service charge and 8% sales tax.)
Cavallo Point is located at Fort Baker, which is registered as a National Historic District. Learn the history of Fort Baker and follow the site's evolution – from its first inhabitants, the Miwoks, and the role as a key U.S. army base (established in 1897), to the transition to the National Park Service (2002) and creation of today's Cavallo Point Lodge (opened in 2008). A National Park Service representative guides the history walks. Hiking fees apply, plus $100 for the Park Guide.
A hike with Dr. Brad Jacobs, Cavallo Point's resident Integrative Medicine doctor, is part wellness consultation, part mindfulness training and part adventure. Choose from a range of hikes (see Dr. Brad's Wellness Menu for details) and get your group on the right foot towards stress reduction, improved health, and the joy of exercise at home and work.
Educational and diverse, the Healing Arts Center & Spa Interactive Lectures are led by our expert Healing Arts practitioners and Integrative Medicine doctor, Brad Jacobs, MD.
Prices vary by presenter, presentation format and group size. Quotes available on request.
Dr. Brad Jacobs
Cavallo Point's resident physician, Brad Jacobs MD, is a doctor of Internal Medicine who graduated from Stanford University. He is also trained in acupuncture, functional medicine, herbal medicine, nutrition, yoga and martial arts. A frequent speaker to groups, Dr. Brad helps team members increase productivity, enhance brain function, reduce stress, and improve overall health and quality of life. See Dr. Brad Jacobs' Wellness Menu for a list of offerings.
Hypnotherapy can play a major role in supporting optimum health. A reliable method to quiet the mind and reduce constant "brain chatter," it creates a tranquil space where new perspectives can be recognized and developed. Group members learn how to use the tremendous power of imagination to be the architect of their lives and uncover answers that have been long buried in the subconscious.
Achieve the deepest levels of group synergy, visioning and momentum with the powerful techniques of modern shamanism. World-renowned shaman and author Jon Rasmussen facilitates a collaborative process of refining your group's true mission and goals, its collective destiny, both literally and in terms of a mythical epic journey. Participants come away with a simple and powerful set of tools to help maintain the group's ideal dynamic.
One of Cavallo Point's Herbalists
Discover the ancient art of Western Herbalism. Join one of our herbalists on a walk around Cavallo Point to learn about some of the local plants that grow abundantly in the Northern California landscape. Together they unfold the mystery of how these simple green beauties can help achieve balance and optimal health. Participants learn to make several delicious and useful plant remedies, taking home recipes and new wisdom to share with others.
Whether your group wants to create a dynamic message to tell your company's story, build stimulating presentations for clients and sponsors, or craft a press release to gain attention for your company, your group will learn the building blocks that make the difference. Shirley Davalos has worked with major corporations, start-ups, authors and newsmakers throughout her career as a television producer for network, corporate and major broadcast stations. She has behind-the-scenes knowledge about what the media want and what your target audience remembers. Options include:
Meet the Press
This dynamic, interactive program focuses on creating messages and crafting an agenda; it includes on-camera interview practice. Choose a 1-hour lecture or up to 4-hour Complete Media Workshop.
Presentation Skills that Work
Learn the building blocks that energize your presentations with a focused sense of purpose. Attitude is everything - and we work on that, too.
The Art of the Interview
Whether presenting yourself to a new boss or a new client, participants can create a positive, confident presence that targets their goals and keeps messages on track.
Contact: Steve Hohener Activities Coordinator | 415.339.4766 | firstname.lastname@example.org