Tuesday, February 12th, 2019

News from the Bodywork Cabin

Body Work Cabin above Kids Pool Body Work Cabin above Kids Pool Cynthia Nelson

This winter has brought with it some colder temperatures and increased snowfall, but we're still enjoying an abundance of big dramatic skies with beautiful sunsets and warm sunshine. This year the peaceful land at Orient Land Trust, along with the San Luis Valley's dramatic peaks are cloaked in a beautiful covering of pristine snow.

Situated near the Pavilion, just a short walk from the apple tree pools, is the Bodywork Cabin (used for food storage in summertime), which becomes a warm and nurturing space where guests can receive a range of therapeutic treatments during the winter months.

Many guests come to OLT to take time away from their busy day to day lives. The natural pools and wilderness setting here present an opportunity for deep relaxation, unwinding and quiet reflection. Some guests also choose to take this opportunity further, with massage therapies.

Our bodywork sessions can help deepen your experience at OLT. The hot springs can prepare the body and mind for massage, then continue to support the work of the treatment afterwards. All in all, the healing waters combined with bodywork can create a wonderful restorative, resting place for body, mind and spirit. Whether you are wanting help with aches and pains following a long road trip or sports activities, or needing support to release built up stress so you can relax and unwind more easily....we are here to help with over 100 years combined experience.

With 5 therapists we have a full range of therapies including Swedish Massage, Reflexology, Deep Tissue, Hot Stone/River Rock, Acupressure and Shiatsu, Neuromuscular Therapy, Reiki, facial/scalp massage, aromatherapy and Watsu. We carry the appropriate licensing and insurance for professional practice in Colorado and live in Saguache County.

Visit our Website anytime: https://www.olt.org/vvhs/massage

Last modified on Wednesday, 13 February 2019 14:34

Orient Land Trust is a nonprofit land trust
dedicated to the preservation of Valley View Hot Springs (VVHS) and its viewshed—
including natural and biologic resources, agricultural lands, wildlife habitat,
open space, and historic and geologic features of the northern San Luis Valley—
for the education and enjoyment of current and future generations.