Author Archives: John Meyers

Sedona Wildlife

By John Meyers (February 6, 2012)

I’ve observed and photographed commonly seen animals such as mule deer, javelina, coyote, grey fox, and spotted red-tailed hawks, peregrine falcons, and the occasional bald eagle. Continue reading

Posted in: Fitness & Adventure

After working with a 72 year old student for the past two years I have come to realize you cannot ignore your “bread and butter” – your best shot. This particular student had a naturally strong backhand he could hit … Continue reading

While enjoying your stay at Enchantment or Mii amo Spa, take advantage of our location by exploring some of the trails surrounding our resort. We are located at the mouth of Boynton Canyon, one of seven wilderness canyons comprising the … Continue reading

“The Droppah”

By John Meyers (March 1, 2011)

During a somewhat mundane, workmanship match played out from the baseline, when commentator Patrick McEnroe exclaims “the droppah!” you can tell he is genuinely excited.  A shot more commonly used in the infancy of open tennis, the drop shot has recently … Continue reading

As the lead hiking guide at Enchantment Resort and Mii amo over the past four years, I have had the pleasure of showing guests from all over the world our unique red rock country. The Coconino National Forest is a … Continue reading

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Save Your Arm

By John Meyers (September 22, 2010)

Along with the advent of various breakthroughs in racquet and string technology,tennis players have enjoyed the benefits of more power, spin, and control. The modern game has seen all kinds of changes with extreme grips, two-handed backhands, stroke technique,and even … Continue reading

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