Welcome Winter Wonderland at Huntsman Springs

Come Join Us in Our Winter Wonderland!

We’re off to another great winter season here in Teton Valley. As of today, there is a 68” base at Grand Targhee and total of 143” of snow so far this year!

We have Equipment Available to Rent!

Even though our track and rink are not open yet, there is plenty of wilderness to explore in our beautiful valley. Snowshoe rentals are available at the Wellness Center for $15/day. Ice skate rentals will be available at The Barn for $10/pair for adults and $5/pair for youth. Tubesare available for sledding onsite at the Wellness Center. || These amenities are available to Golf, Wellness and Winter Sports members.

To help get everyone in the holiday spirit, we have been busy hanging ornaments on the tree and decking out the entire Wellness Center.

New Winter Staffed Hours
Monday – Friday || 9am – 5pm
Saturday || 9am – 12:30pm
Sunday || unstaffed

Mani/Pedi Special
Get your fingers and toes ready for the holidays with a Manicure and a Pedicure from Mackenzie. Receive a complimentary paraffin wax and honey heal glaze with every manicure and pedicure.

Wishing you all a festive holiday season,

Angela Brown
Wellness Director

Looking for Holiday Gift Ideas?

Check out our selection of Farm House Fresh and Naturopathica holiday gifts and stocking stuffers. There are also new Huntsman Springs logo yoga mats in a variety of colors. To help with your gift giving, we can put together some wonderful gift sets & baskets with your loved one’s in mind. Or let your loved one chose a gift or service of their own with our Gift Certificates.

Try Meditation to Help Reduce Holiday Stress

Meditation is the process of quieting the mind in order to spend time in thought for relaxation or religious/spiritual purposes. The goal is to attain an inner state of awareness and intensify personal and spiritual growth.

The first stage of meditation is to find a focal point or method of focusing in order to free oneself from distractions. Some methods of focusing include:
• Sound: Repeat a mantra, phrase or other sound.
• Visualizing: Picture an object with your eyes closed, such as a lotus flower or the energy points in the body (chakras).
• Gazing: Look at an actual object with eyes open. Candles, flowers or pictures are common objects used in gazing.
• Breathing: Observe the breath and what it feels like – the sensations – as it travels in and out of the body.

Source: www.yogapedia.com