The Anjou Spa is a green spa, meaning they believe that celebrating sustainable, natural, and organic living is an essential element of the perfect spa experience. The spa and salon have a very diverse selection of all-natural and organic products. Green touches are everywhere in the spa and its eight very comfortable treatment rooms. Anjou serves organic lunches and the robes are even made of bamboo fiber. Amenities include a wet treatment room with a Vichy Shower, a steam room, full men and women’s locker rooms, and a spray tanning room.
Jinsei Spa is a unique environment inspired by the traditions and rituals of Eastern cultures. Go with someone special and take advantage of the romantic couples massage suite, featuring a large soaking tub, fireplace, steam room, and rain room. Get one of the following massages: Swedish, deep tissue, Buddha Belly, Jinsei Hot Stone, Jasmine Jade Stone Massage, Traditional Thai, Quiet Lotus, OM jade scalp massage, and Zen Ten (Thai reflexology).
Every spa in Bend claims that it's the best spa in Bend, but only Spa W was voted #1 in the Bend Living “Best of Bend” issue this year. And six years in a row Spa W has won awards in the Source Weekly’s “Best of Central Oregon” issue. They offer body treatments, facials, waxing, hands and feet treatments, and make-up application (mineral make-up, which is actually good for your skin). And, of course, massages. Choose between Swedish, prenatal, deep tissue, hot stone, and bounce back massages.
Head to the Sage Springs Spa to kick back in its luxurious lodge-style setting. In addition to a full-service spa, Sage Springs has an exercise room with four TVs, indoor tennis courts, an indoor lap pool, and a sauna. Their gemstone energy massage combines pure synergy herbs and base oils with gemstones—rose quartz to elevate the spirit, garnet to nourish the body, and amethyst to purify and calm the body and mind. Other massages include the Isun blissful infusion, high desert oasis, Deschutes deep tissue, energizing bodycoffee, riverside relaxer, hot stone, and maternity massages.
The spa at The Sugarbush Health and Racquet Club offers a variety of treatments, including Swedish, Deep Tissue, Thai, Hot Stone, Craniosacral, Myofascial Release, Pregnancy, Medical, Shiatsu, Reiki, Reflexology, Sports Recovery, and Relaxation, in either one hour or 90-minute sessions. Massage therapists will travel to the Clay Brook Inn, Sugarbush Inn, and Sugarbush Mountain Condo rentals for in-room service ($25 fee). Purchase of a massage grants day access to the sports center.
Beets, cabbage, and collard greens—in season now—can maximize your off-season training efforts and keep you strong this winter. We've got tips and recipes.
For many, it’s around mid-July when fleeting thoughts of skiing start to seed. Must be the heat. Alas a lift ride is months out, but for those wondering how to maximize their cross-training efforts now, the answer is eating specific, in-season produce. A vitamin or mineral deficiency can harm athletic performance so stock up at your local farmers market on beets, cabbage, and collard greens—Olympians of the vegetable kingdom that are just coming into season.
On the shores of Little Traverse Bay, this newly improved spa is inspired by its surroundings. Massage, skin care, nail, hair, and makeup services are all offered here. Enjoy a private couples massage under a Caribbean inspired bungalow. In warm months, the outdoor pool and Cabana Bar provide a different kind of relaxation.