From crafting a healthier lifestyle by emphasizing your inner fitness to unlocking the secrets to successful leadership, the answers for self-discovery and growth can be found within the immersion programs at 1440 Multiversity—America's newest learning destination.
Question, strategize, and think outside the box in personal and professional development courses led by mold-breaking luminary thinkers and esteemed practitioners whom we call champions. Named for the number of minutes in a day, 1440 is a principle—1440 minutes in each day to be more aware, authentic, empathic, connected, and present. Together with our champions, we believe in building compassionate communities around the world . . . one person, one relationship, one connection, each minute of each day, one resilient act at a time.
1440 Multiversity is an operating 501(c)(3) philanthropic campus that supports charitable causes in the Bay Area. Thank you for supporting our work of self, society and pioneering new paths for collaborative communities in the world.
1440 is not a hotel or resort. Rather it evokes the feeling of stepping onto a small private college campus, including dormitory-style accommodations. You can relax and renew in our private rooms and suites, however, the majority of our accommodations are designed to be shared with minimalist design and the freedom from distracting devices such as TVs and telephones.
Our modern sleeping pods offer social interaction and the most affordable accommodations for those traveling on a budget. All accommodations include instructor led wellness classes, three healthy daily meals in Kitchen Table that always include vegan foods, use of the Fitness Center and infinity-edge hot tub in the Healing Arts center, and access to four miles of nature trails surrounded by towering redwoods.
Nourish body and spirit with fresh, local cuisine that reflects 1440's commitment to healthy and sustainable dining experiences. Enjoy seasonal, plant-based foods and organic meats and seafood sourced locally at Kitchen Table.
Retreat to our peaceful haven in the redwoods of Scotts Valley, California, in the mountains between San Jose and Santa Cruz. Explore nearby coastal towns, Pacific beaches, or Sonoma and Napa Valley wineries, or discover our beautiful wooded campus with indoor and outdoor art installations from ancient fossils to murals and sculptures placed throughout the 75 acres.