Winter Health and Wellness Services in Big Sky

After an invigorating and challenging day of winter play in Big Sky, your body may be crying out for wellness therapy…massage, body treatment, skin care, yoga or acupuncture. All are available at spas and wellness centers in Big Sky and here to serve visitors, part time residents and locals.

To identify and book an appointment/class for your particular need, pick up a 2013/2014 Visitor Guide and turn to page 32 to find the names and contact information of Health and Wellness services in Big Sky. The Big Sky Chamber and Visitor Information Center located at the corner of Hwy 191 and Lone Mountain Trail has available information on the area spas and wellness centers. Brochures describing wellness services can be found in area business and service display racks.

Often convenience is a useful feature when choosing a wellness center. If you’ve come to Alpine ski and are staying in Mountain Village at Big Sky Resort, Solace Spa and Salon may be only a few steps and an elevator ride away from a soothing and relaxing treatment or pool visit. The Moonlight Lodge treatment room facilities and pool can be conveniently booked through Big Sky Resort.

If you’ve chosen to stay at a Meadow or Canyon lodge, condo, or private home, you have several wellness center choices. Santosha Wellness Center, located at 169 Snowy Mountain Circle in West Fork Meadows, has comprehensive services including yoga, massage, acupuncture, chiropractic, Ayurveda and Thai massage. In the building next door, Sanook Skincare & Massage Therapy focuses on facials, and massage specific body treatments. Near the Big Sky Post Office at 32 Market Place, OZssage Spa offers therapeutic massage, as well as OZ Escapes, a variety of day spa treatments.

After another full day on the slopes, how about the option of NOT having to leave your lodging for a massage? Body and Soul Massage Therapy, with a phone call reservation, will come to you for that Swedish, Deep Tissue, Sports or Hot Stone massage.

Awareness Wednesdays at Santosha Wellness Center take place on the second and fourth Wednesday evenings, with the January 22nd session focusing sound therapy made with crystal bowls, Tibetan healing bowls and other instruments that promote relaxation. The center is also offering a weekend of yoga with Sundari on January 31st to February 2nd. Check their website for additional winter special events.

Regardless of your lodging location, with a body “tune up” from any of the above Big Sky health and wellness practitioners, you’ll be energized to move on to your next winter play-land Big Sky adventure.


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