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Big Sky's Most Relaxing Activities

January 29, 2020

According to a survey by The Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research (link below), 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 Big Sky 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 several places to find talented masseuses in Big Sky including Solace Spa and Salon, Ozssage Therapeutic Massage and Skin Care, or Raydient Bodywork of Big Sky. At these locations you can even follow up your incredible massage with a pampering of hair-do, nails, or skin.



Mountains and Yoga go together like snow and skiing. This winter, find classes at Santosha Wellness Center. 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 Big Sky’s most dedicated yogis.

Hot Spring
Hot Springs are one of the most unique and cleansing experiences you can have in the Montana mountains. At our neighboring town of Bozeman, you can find beautiful hot spring fed pools to soak in after a long day of skiing. The minerals offer many benefits for your body’s overall health and recovery. The Bozeman Hot Springs are located approximately 50 minutes north of Big Sky and are open Sunday through Thursday 6am to 11pm, Fridays 6am to 4pm, and Saturdays 5pm to Midnight. Check out more on the hot springs as well as their fitness center and spa from their website (link below).



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