Girls Night Out at the Cave Sauna day Spa

 



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Last week I was invited to a Girls Night Out at the Cave Sauna Day Spa. When I told my husband that I would be going, he actually laughed at me as I do not ‘spa’. But the prospect of an evening with the gals was too good to pass up, so I grabbed my bathing suit and towel and was off.

I won’t regale you with our night of deep conversations, but I will say that we definitely melted away the stresses of the day (and the week). The Cave Sauna Day Spa was more than luxurious and once we got the hang of it all, the fun really set in.

The plan was HOT and then COLD and because each of the cave saunas offered a unique climate that varied both in temperature and humidity, this would apparently cause our body to release all the toxins.

Cold Options:

  • Ice Bucket

  • Cold Bath/Shower

  • Cold Massage Shower

  • Ice Rub (melt ice on hot self!)

  • Cold Kneipp Water Path

Hot Options:

  • Finnish Sauna

  • Infrared Sauna

  • Eucalyptus Steam Room

  • Salt Inhalation Room

  • Herbal Inhalation Room

  • Hot Kneipp Water Path

  • Tepidarium & Relaxation Areas

  • Hot Massage Shower

Did we feel good after our two hours session??

Yep.

Were we relaxed?

You bet!

And, because we were a group of 8, we had the whole place to ourselves,

with a nice group discount to boot!

Should you book a girls night out at the Cave Sauna Day Spa??

Yep.

Will your girlfriends thank you?

You bet!

ENJOY!

Please Note: You must book ahead to attend this spa,

as they are only open by appointment only.

This post is not a sponsored post, just fun with friends!

Written by
Samantha Nickerson

Samantha is the Founder of Urbancasual.ca and is also the Lead Content Creator. She is a community inspired individual who is always looking for better ways to serve and connect the community, whether it be through the sharing of stories or organizing local events.

Samantha also designs websites & is a digital marketer.

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