The Sonoma and Napa spa communities are stepping up to offer support and aid to the Lake County Valley Fire rescue efforts. These local spas are generously donating time, services and more to firefighters and those displaced from their homes by the Lake County Valley Fire. When you take the time to relax and restore at these area spas, know that you will be benefitting the efforts to help those affected by this tragic fire.
Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn and Willow Stream Spa
The Willow Stream Spa has wonderful natural hot springs in a luxurious setting as well as a treatment menu inspired by the natural beauty of the Sonoma region. To support the fire rescue efforts they have set up coin/cash donation boxes (funds to be directed to Red Cross, Western Fire Relief) and started a DENIM FRIDAY colleague fund-raising campaign, where Fairmont staff can wear denim on Friday by making a contribution to the fire relief effort. The Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn and Willow Stream Spa are also offering complimentary spa bath house access to Firefighters and First Responders in support of their heroic efforts.
Contact: (707) 938-9000
This Sebastopol based Ayurvedic center features a wonderful retreat space, with saunas and tubs. They also offer an apothecary, yoga/Ayurveda classes and a full menu of spa and wellness treatments. The Dhyana Center will be collecting donations and is also offering free two hour passes to anyone displaced by the fire. Contact: 707-823-8818
Osmosis Day Spa and Sanctuary
Osmosis is an Asian inspired spa and retreat center in Freestone with an authentic Zen garden, beautifully landscaped and their unique Cedar Enzyme Bath. Besides a rotating selection of events, including meditation and healing workshops, Osmosis offers a full spa treatment menu. They will be contributing four spa packages to the Lake County Wildfire Relief Benefit https://www.facebook.com/events/122420601444570/
Mt. View Hotel and Spa
Mt. View Hotel and Spa in downtown Calistoga is an award winning boutique hotel with a fully renovated art deco inspired aesthetic. Their luxury spa features a variety of treatment options. Mt. View has generously provided free massage to evacuees and rescue workers and some of their staff is also directly involved in hosting fire victims at their own homes.
This lovely Calistoga holistic health center offers everything from massage and facials to life coaching and nutrition education. Their founder Susan Finney, a holistic esthetician, set up a massage center at the Valley Fire evacuation space.
One of only two places in Calistoga that offers private mineral baths, the Roman Baths also features, massage, facials and other relaxing spa treats. They donated massage tables to use at the Valley Fire evacuation center healing space.
Contact: (707) 942-2122