The exfoliating Maple Sugar Body Scrub, made from maple sugar and syrup from Vermont maple trees, is applied with a loofah, then washed away, leaving your skin soft. It’s a delicious way to relax with a Northeast twist.
Photo courtesy of Topnotch Resort and Spa
We like the Alpine Berry Body Ritual, which begins with a berry-based body cream. Then you’re rinsed in a Vichy waterfall shower, hydrated with warm honey and treated to a warm pepermint-oil-rub. It’s a great way to rejuvenate after a day of skiing.
Photo courtesy of Four Seasons Resort
Taught in the 2,500-square-foot Red Tavern Art Gallery in Big Sky, with its wall of windows that overlook the mountains, this free-form yoga class focuses on breathing work and adapting to the altitude.
Photo courtesy of Alpenglow Traveling Spa and Yoga
Daily yoga classes scheduled around the ski day focus on stretching, warming up for the slopes or cooling down after a mountain workout. Located in the Cliff Spa, the studio’s floor-to-ceiling windows provide a view of the Wasatch range, reflected in a wall of mirrors.
Photo courtesy of The Cliff Spa
Taos’s thin air leave you breathless? After teaching you the art of “mindful deep slow breathing,” resident masseurs give you the ultimate rubdown, focusing on acupressure points around the lungs.
Photo courtesy of El Monte Sagrado Living Spa
After a Power Yoga or Anusara Yoga class, endulge in an Apple Pie facial. Colorado apples, raw sugar, cinnamon, apple extract and natural oils are blended for an exfoliating scrub, followed by a wrap, a warm Vichy shower and an application of vanilla body cream.
Photo courtesy of the Ritz-Carlton Bachelor Gulch
Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston frequent this luxury hotel and spa on the slopes of Aspen Mountain. You should too—at least once. It’s deluxe. You only need to ski and bathe—they’ll take care of the rest.
Photo courtesy of the Spa at the St. Regis