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Top Relaxing Activities

January 22, 2020

According to a survey by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, the thing Americans most want to do on vacation is… nothing. The study found that several people like to relax on their vacations and enjoy the change of scenery! If this is you, find out what Whistler Blackcomb has to offer for your next mountain getaway.

Massage can be beneficial for men and women. It is a great way to relax your body from a day on the slopes, traveling, or everyday stresses. There are places in which you can find these talented masseuses depending on your style. For a full on spa and pampering day check out Whistler Day Spa. Or, for a holistic medicine experience, get your massage, acupuncture or sound healing at Healing Hands. Or for a more personal experience, try an at home massage with Stacey Taylor of RMT Whistler Massage Therapy.

Mountains and Yoga go together like snow and skiing. This winter, find classes at Whistlers three Yoga studios; Yogacara Whistler, YYOGA Whistler, and Loka Life Yoga. Yoga focuses on the connection of mind and body through movement and is accepting of all abilities and styles. Find the class most fitting for you with one of Whistler’s most dedicated yogis.

Outdoor Baths
Hot water has a healing effect on the body and is great after a long ski day. While there are several natural hot springs you can find outside of Whistler on your own little day adventure, here is a place you can visit right here. The Scandinave Spa sits in the forest just off the Sea-to-Sky Highway between the resort and Green Lake. Surrounded by trees and fresh mountain air, you can truly escape into deep relaxation in one of their several outdoor baths.

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