We are a sanctuary dedicated to our Lady of Ten Thousand Names. A retreat center, and wild life sanctuary guided by the Divine Feminine.
As one of the oldest interfaith spiritual sanctuaries in California, we were established in the late 1800s as a gathering place for the Baha'i faith, Isis Oasis has hosted thousands of events.
Since 1978, the Isis Oasis Sanctuary is home to the largest and oldest interfaith temple of the Divine Feminine in North America, The Temple of Isis. As part of our spiritual mission we host a wild life sanctuary of 150 rescued exotic animals and a housing program of people in need. We invite you to take part in our uplifting spiritual life by having your event, meetings and celebrations here!
Our retreat center also provides overnight lodging for up to 65 persons, making us an ideal site for family reunions.
With large indoor and outdoor spaces, Isis Oasis Sanctuary is perfect for your event. The main meeting area in the temple theater has a stage lighting system and PA system, with microphones, and a video projection system with large wall-mounted screen. There is a commercial kitchen available for use, with a large dining room, and catering is available, or you can provide your own. A large lawn area can be used for outdoor dining, group sports, or for booth set up. There is a labyrinth in the garden available for walking meditations and a lovely organic garden to stroll in. There is a collection of exotic wild cats and birds to tour as well as a vivarium with insects and reptiles.
LIST OF AMENITIES:
Swimming Pool (can be heated)
Dry, steam Sauna
Theater / Hall with Projection & PA/Sound system
Large Commercial Grade Communal Kitchen with Walk-in Refrigerator
Dining Room seats 100
Outdoor dining tents available
Labyrinth Walking Meditation
Home of the Egyptian-style interfaith temple dedicated to the Divine Feminine : The Temple of Isis
- Exotic Wildlife Sanctuary
- Cats, Birds, Peacocks, Emus, Alpacas, Vivarium
- Sacred Gardens
- 600 + year-old Douglas Fir Trees – CA Historic Monument #651 (beloved tree mentioned by Luther Burbank & John Muir - Sacred to the Pomo Indians as a women's sacred site)
- Three Excellent Restaurants Michelin and Zagat Recommended and 5 Wine Tasting Rooms within a 5 minute walking distance
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