Founder Heidi Harrison began her journey towards Body Sage years ago when she quit her corporate job and traveled the world, crewing on a yacht through the Indonesian archipelago, studying yoga in India, mediation in Nepal, and finally falling in love with traditional Thai massage. She brought back all the skills she learned abroad to make Body Sage great. Choose from a selection of massage therapy, rituals, restoratives, or skin therapy. Try combining the ocean ritual—an aromatherapy steam bath, lavender-orange seaweed wrap, salt glow, and seaweed bath—with a therapeutic massage to experience nature’s most hydrating elements in a sensory escape. The spa has recently started handcrafting their own products, using local herbs and wildflowers for their indigenous treatments. A complete day at the spa could easily run you around 300 dollars, but Body Sage is worth it at least once in your life. http://www.bodysage.com, (307) 733-4455
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