All About the Calistoga Mud Bath
Naturally endowed with a geologically rich and aesthetically pleasing environment, Calistoga, California is the ultimate locale for visitors seeking a soothing, high-quality mud bath. Millions of years ago, powerful geologic activity coated the surrounding area with a thick, plentiful layer of rich volcanic soil, also forming a plethora of luxurious hot springs and geysers in the process. These factors combine to produce an unparalleled spa experience that is not only soothing and natural, but is also a time-honored relaxation method used by countless civilizations throughout history. Want to know more? Visit <website link> to learn about the mud-bath process and its’ benefits.
What's in a Mud Bath?
- The very first Calistoga mud baths were invented by the native Wappo Indians, who liked to mix volcanic ash and warm spring water for their treatments. These natural mud baths were commercialized shortly after the Gold Rush by none . . .
All About Calistoga Mud Baths - Regardless of the Calistoga spa destination you select, mud bath treatments usually follow a general process. The first ten to twelve minutes are spent immersed in a pool of warm mud, kept at or above a comfortable 100 degrees Farenheit . . .
How To Take a Mud Bath - Regardless of the Calistoga spa destination you select, mud bath treatments usually follow a general process. The first ten to twelve minutes are spent immersed in a pool of warm mud, kept at or above a comfortable 100 degrees Farenheit. This experience makes for a completely unique spa treatment, in that you actually achieve a feeling of near-weightlessness
What is a Volcanic Ash Mud Bath? - Two to six million years ago, a series of volcanic eruptions formed the region of California that encompasses Calistoga. The leftover volcanic ash from these eruptions, mixed with natural mineral water from local springs, is the key ingredient for . . .
Golden Haven Hot Springs
- Nestled in the heart of the Napa Valley, in the beautiful town of Calistoga, Golden Haven Hot Springs makes the perfect wine country getaway. Come and experience the magic of the healing mineral waters and rejuvenating spa treatments. After a day of touring the wine country, you can swim in our warm mineral pool . . .
Lavender Hill Spa
- Just a few steps from historic downtown Calistoga you will find a hidden treasure. Nestled into a beautifully terraced garden hillside is Lavender Hill Spa. A harmonious blend of the Napa Valleys natural beauty with exotic Asian influenced statuary and art create the perfect setting for high quality spa treatments . . .
Baths at Roman Spa
- Experience an authentic Calistoga adventure ~ massage, mud & mineral baths. Relax, rejuvenate, and pamper yourself at our on-site Calistoga spa. Experience calming massages, soothing natural baths and invigorating treatments for the ultimate mind and body . . .
Euro Spa & Inn
is located along a quiet tree lined street, bodering the vineyards and the mountains. 13 luxurious rooms with whirlpool tubs, gas-stove fireplaces, comfy robes and natural botanical amenites. Visit the spa for a relxaing massage, mud wrap, seaweed wrap or green tea herbal wrap. Soak in the outdoor hot tub or take a dip . . .
MAIS OUI MASSAGE & SPA TRAIN
is located in an authentic 1920's luxury Pullman railcar at the historic Calistoga Train Depot. MAIS OUI was founded to provide "A World Class Experience At A Down To Earth Price". We offer Massages, Herbal Facials, Body Scrubs and Body Wraps, all designed to make your experience one to remember for . . .
For visitor information please call Calistoga Chamber
of Commerce: (707) 942-6333