A Review of Living Waters Spa in Southern California

Living Waters Spa - We decided to check out Living Waters Spa, a clothing optional spa and resort in Desert Hot Springs. This is just 8 miles from Terra Cotta, right near Palm Springs. Living Waters Spa is an oasis in the desert, with a view of the gorgeous San Jacinto Mountains. We booked a standard poolside room for one night. One of many owners, Jeff, gave us a quick tour, and we settled in. The room had all we needed - a bed, mini-fridge, and toilet. For other accommodations, there are rooms with a full kitchen in addition to http://kors4all.com/index.php/2016/04/07/my-first-time-with-any-sort-of-real-nudity-was/ . (Day visits are also an option for those who don't want to stay overnight.)
View of Mt San Jacinto at dawn, at Living Waters Spa
The property basically consist of a hot tub, pool, Finnish sauna and massage room. The Finnish dry sauna is truly a restored vintage sauna remaining from LWS's days as a 1960's "spa-tel." But what's special about their water is that it's pure mineral water straight out of the ground. In addition they don't have to warm the pool or hot tub themselves because it is naturally heated to 105 degrees by the Earth. Since it is recycled like this, they do not have to add any chemicals, salt or chlorine. It is a pretty sweet set up and unique to this resort. The water supply is all mineral water so you could drink all you want on tap as well.
There were a handful of other guests while we were there, mainly couples, and we chatted with them in the hot tub. They do enable singles and strive to be inclusive, which is a huge plus in our publication. Most individuals were nude, but a few kept their bathing suits on, which is their choice since it is clothes-optional. However, I was surprised that this relaxing experience didn't lead them to shake off their inhibitions and attempt societal nudity. Perhaps they just do not understand how much better it feels to be naked in the water and sauna.
Near some of the plants surrounding the pool was a hummingbird feeder. I loved watching the little hummingbirds rapidly flapping their wings and perching there. In one upper corner of the building, there is a visible nest, and Jeff told us that for the past few years they have returned there to lay eggs. So if you visit after in the wintertime, you might get a view of these small chicks!
Photograph courtesy of www.livingwatersspa.com
Indoors they also have a communal room with tables and chairs where you are able to hang out, socialize and say hello to Doc, their beautiful African Grey parrot. She'll say hello, but watch about placing your fingers in the cage! There' http://partnerpost.net/2016/03/nearby-is-a-traditional-nude-beach-that-i-visit-occasionally/ -Fi too, if you need to connect.
In the afternoon, Jeff and Judy brought out their daily complimentary portion of hors d'oeuvres to the hot tub - cheeses, crackers, dips, fruit, hibiscus tea, wine and other snacks to nibble on. This is also the opportunity about them to mingle with the guests and engage us in a mind-boggling game of attempting to guess all the fixings in one of the dips. The individual to guess all of them wins a massage. None of us figured out the last ingredient. Regarding food, they don't have a restaurant on the premises, but they do serve a small breakfast every morning. For other meals you can order in food from one of the nearby restaurants or go out to eat.
Being a spa, one of the primary features here is the massage therapy. We didn't get a massage, but I'm certain it is lovely. They've developed their own techniques and offer a couple of different kinds. Jeff and Judy are both licensed massage therapists, and they told us this is their passion. They also offer massage workshops for couples through the year.
We had advocate Living Waters Spa for a quiet area to relax and rejuvenate. It is therapeutic on many levels, from the massage to the mineral water to the majestic views of the mountains. See the resort's website for more actions in the region. For FKK members, we should remind you that LWS is an affiliate place, so you can get a 20-25% discount on your stay. In browsing their site, I found LWS additionally offers a 25% reduction to breast cancer survivors! So that's fairly awesome.
Find additional information on Living Waters Spa on their site at http://www.livingwatersspa.com/.
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Class: Felicity's Fkk Blog, Nudism and Nudism, Fkk Resort and Reviews, Social Nudity Blogs

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