The Lodge & Spa at Woodloch

The Lodge & Spa at Woodloch

www.thelodgeatwoodloch.com, Pennsylvania, USA

The Spa at Woodloch and Lotus salon offer the solitude of 27 Treatment Rooms for customized face and body treatments, including private gentlemen and ladies’ showers and separate saunas, steam rooms, and whirlpools. Sit by the fire in the privacy of unisex lounging or in the co-ed Whisper Lounge. The signature Aqua Garden, includes:  Co-ed soaking pools with heated hydromassage water-walls.  An indoor pool especially designed for aqua classes and water volleyball is a unique feature with an outdoor horizon edge whirlpool for year-round use.  Three MindBody Studios for aerobics, yoga, meditation, and the CardioWeight Studio offers resistance tools, free weights and everything necessary for a high intensity cardio workout.

The Farm-To-Table Garden will provide a selection of the vegetables and herbs used at TREE Restaurant. A Master Gardner, Alison Peck, offers year-long demonstrations and gardening opportunities for all abilities and ages.

The green effort initiative includes nature conservancy ensuring the safe keeping of the natural lands surrounding the resort and wildlife that call these lands home.  Composting, recycling, water conservation, cautious and organic detergent use are all a part of business as usual for Woodloch, which donates to areas including Dorflinger-Suydam Wildlife Sanctuary and Prompton State Park.

WATER

Alas, what is old is new again as some of the newest spas around the world reveal the elegance of spa classic design and treatment brought to a new level of excellence.  Of course spa means with this revised rendition of the spa– water abounds:  This includes beautiful featured areas in spas including:

Of course spa “solus per aqua,” meaning “to enter by means of water”, or “health through water.”  Accordingly, the worldwide immersion of spa-goers back to the source seems to be the natural progressions for a world in seek of balance.  Other beautiful marriages of treatments include rigorous dry brushing with herbal baths and a brisk walk in the Kneipp pool.  Glorious moor wraps with a Swiss shower or a refreshing rainbar just after a detoxifying series of sauna sessions.  Spicy stone massage using warming ginger, black pepper and woods like Sandalwood and Cedarwood essential oils.

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