CONTRIBUTED CONTENT — If you’ve been daydreaming about a luxe vacation experience, there’s no need to travel far. Sagestone Spa & Salon at Red Mountain Resort, nestled among the majestic canyons of Southern Utah, is a rejuvenating experience for both body and mind.
Whether you’re looking to unknot your muscles after a vigorous hike, detoxify your body or simply surrender to a state of total relaxation, one of the spa’s skilled massage therapists will leave you feeling nothing short of fantastic. Sagestone also offers facials, hair care and hand and foot services, plus a selection of treatments designed specifically for men.
“It’s truly the only full-service spa in our community,” said Tracey Welsh, general manager of Red Mountain Resort. “Our environment offers total tranquility and relaxation.”
Many of the treatments on the menu can only be experienced at Sagestone, Welsh said. Inspired by ancient health and beauty rituals practiced throughout the world, providers custom-blend indigenous desert botanicals, local honey and mineral-rich muds, clays and salts to create tangible, restorative effects.
Some of the most effective bodywork is often applied with the gentlest of touches and is able to be performed with the guest comfortably clothed. Experience intuitive energy work during cranial sacral therapy, or relieve pressure through potent points of the feet with Thai reflexology.
The tranquil landscape surrounding the spa provides a chance to disconnect from your busy work and home life and regain balance in a natural setting.
“There’s nothing selfish about self-care,” Welsh said.
Welsh said the providers at Sagestone are renowned for their diversity and depth of knowledge of the healing arts and continually train in new modalities. Many staff members have spent years at Red Mountain Resort creating memories with guests that travel from near and far.
“We have a number of long-term, committed individuals continuing to serve guests at our resort,” she said. “They’re really the heart and soul of the resort experience.”
While every treatment is sure to be a memorable experience worth repeating, it’s the little luxury touches at Sagestone that combine to set the perfect scene. Imagine being wrapped up in a cozy robe on an oversized lounge chair, sipping soothing hot tea in a hushed relaxation room – all while overlooking the stunning red rock scenery through a giant glass window.
Make a day of it with packages that combine spa treatments. There’s plenty to do on the resort’s scenic property, including walking the labyrinth, breaking a sweat in fitness classes or just swaying in a hammock. Dine on the restaurant patio while enjoying Southwestern cuisine with a distinctively health-centric approach. Snow Canyon State Park, offering stunning views and miles of trails, is within walking distance, and world-class entertainment at the Tuacahn outdoor amphitheater is just a short drive away.
The spa boutique features exclusive products pinpointed for their natural healing properties, many of which are used during the treatments, and it is fully stocked for holiday shopping. Add a little whimsy and sparkle with unique gift items, including jewelry, or give the gift of self-care to someone special with gift cards.
Blended naturally into a landscape of vivid red rock cliffs and canyons just outside St. George, Red Mountain Resort offers everything guests need to relax, renew and rediscover their passion for adventure and wellness. The native desert landscape surrounding the 55-acre resort and its location is easily accessible yet secluded and lends a sense of tranquility to all who visit. The spa, as well as the Canyon Breeze Restaurant and Red Mountain Outfitters boutique, are open to the public seven days a week.
Call Sagestone Spa & Salon at 435-652-5736 to book your day of relaxation. Regardless of vaccination status, all guests are required to wear a mask.
Written by ALEXA MORGAN for St. George News.
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