Cottonwood Hot Springs Presents An Evening with Richard Rudis




Thursday, March 24, 2016 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.

Karma Sonam Dorje

Sound Pioneer and Recording Artist Richard Rudis (Sonam Dorje) creates transformational waves of Sound Bathing for each participant with the rising and falling rhythms, tonalities and vibrations of an Earth Gong tuned to the sound of the primordial AUM – ‘the Universal chord’ – the vibrational signature of our Mother Earth (Ghia) as she dances with our Sun (Sol).


The Gong Bath™ will be held outside at our hot springs pools, weather permitting. Our great room will be the alternative location.

Cottonwood Hot Springs 18999 Co Rd 306 Buena Vista, CO 719-395-6434 or 1-800-241-4119

$20 at the door

New Women’s Only Dormitory Room



For more privacy, we have converted our old classroom on the east side of the building to a beautiful new dorm room for women only. This room features four double beds, a refrigerator, stove, and shower/bath. It is located on the first floor for easy access to our hot springs pools and office.

Remodeled Lodge

We had a fire in January, 2013 and have remodeled the entire Lodge Building. More projects are on the horizon, so check back often to see what we are up to!

What’s New:

  • Bigger Rooms
    We have expanded the rooms into what used to be our hallway.· You get more room to move around.
  • Now the rooms are access through the outside.· You can open the window and get fresh air!
  • New High Quality Latex Beds, and bamboo covers.
  • New bathrooms and showers.
  • Geo-thermal heating in the Lodge. Using our own gravity fed hot water!
  • Redesigned office, breakfast area,and common rooms.
  • Handicapped Accessible room on lower level of lodge

Other building upgrades include:
Double insulated walls
Triple-paned windows




Cottonwood Going Green

Solar: We have installed 4 new solar panel arrays.  These arrays move with the sun. The reduce our energy cost for the main building by 30%

Wind: Two small wind generators are at the end of our property utilizing the windflow comig through the canyon. Our windmills generate about 10% of the energy use in our main Lodge building.

Geo-thermal heat: As a result of our fire last April, we have thoroughly  remodeled the main lodge building. We have been able to utilize our own hot water to heat our lodge rooms, as our water naturally comes out of the ground around 127 degrees and only has to be heated to 157 degrees to heat the building. The hot water will flow through the floors of the main building.

Other building upgrades include:
Double insulated walls
Triple-paned windows
Organic Latex Beds with Bamboo covers.
New showers in rooms
Installed new LED lighting: New wiring throughout the building – upgraded most lights to LED.

Aquaculture – Tilapia and Koi Ponds