Every architectural detail in the residence is stunning and creates a peaceful and relaxing atmosphere in which to heal and recover.

The 11,000 sq. ft. Circle of Trust Healing Center is breathtaking to behold from the moment you walk through the stained glass front doors and enter into the 10-sided, two-story Great Room with marble fireplace and stained glass, domed skylight.

Our state-of-the-art facility combines geothermal floor heating, solar power and wind energy to provide heat, energy, and cozy comfort.

Each bedroom in the center features individual rooms, all with impressive views of the surrounding natural world. From some windows, there is a view of the 200-foot Lavender Labyrinth with its 10,000 organic lavender plants, which is available to walk through on a daily basis as a healing and meditative aid. Other rooms look out on the City of Ashland and the Rogue Valley spreading out below you.

The Great Room

The Great Room houses the dining area as well as space for gatherings, dance, and yoga.

The sweeping staircases on either side of the room lead up to a large balcony with comfortable sitting areas. These areas are perfect for journaling, chatting with new friends or staff, or for contemplative time.

Impressive views of the beautiful Rogue Valley and the city of Ashland through the balcony’s floor-to-ceiling windows make this a healing place to spend time.

The Circle of Trust Healing Center rests on 140 hilly acres that include a natural pond and spring, the Lavender Labyrinth, walking and hiking trails, as well as a 5,000 sq. ft. barn with stables, fitness area, and hyperbaric oxygen chamber. The barn also houses the Equestrian Therapy program, which is an integrative therapy offered at the Center.

Hand-carved architectural details, stained-glass domes and windows, walls and ceilings with painted murals, and beautiful indoor and outdoor contemplative spaces are all included in this incredible property.

A two-story glass conservatory situated beside two of the meeting rooms is another unique feature of the Center. The open, two-story space is filled with lush tropical plants and even a fruit-bearing banana tree. The soothing sound of water and temperate humidity invite you to linger awhile on the stone bench.