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Salt House at Carmel Valley Ranch Is Salt of the Earth

Salt House at Carmel Valley Ranch Is Salt of the Earth

Farm-to-table sea salt is made right on the property

Robert Kirkland from the Monterey Bay Salt Co. doesn’t have any ordinary job. Not only does he run a salt farm in California's Salinas Valley, where he's licensed to commercially harvest salt water from the Monterey Bay Marine Sanctuary, but he is the manager of the six-month-old salt house at Carmel Valley Ranch.

When, if ever, did you hear about a salt house these days, a place where salt is homemade? Using unprocessed homemade sea salt in their dishes and spa treatments, Carmel Valley Ranch is the paragon of farm-to-table, with the salt house right in its backyard.

"At The Ranch we live farm-to-table, so we thought, why not sprinkle our home-grown, organic veggies with our own natural sea salt?" said Will Schaeffler, marketing coordinator at Carmel Valley Ranch in a note to The Daily Meal. "Staying true to our values, our salt is completely unprocessed and, unlike standard table salt, contains no additives. It has virtually no carbon footprint, as it is locally sourced and is never mined. The Ranch Sea Salt is truly the salt of the Earth!"

Chef Tim Wood experiments with the salt in various crystallization stages, adding a natural zest to every dining experience. How is the salt made, you ask? Simple. Pour salt water into a drying rack and wait three weeks. That’s it. Suddenly sea salt. Sometimes garlic and chile are added for flavor, but for the most part it is the simplest of processes.

In a world that is desperate to return to the farm, Carmel Valley Ranch has come back to a simple and laudable enterprise that is worth a visit just to see.


Too much salt of the earth in O.B.

Like a bowl of bad soup, there’s too much salt in the soil at the North Ocean Beach Gateway Project — and the flaw could push into next year the long-awaited completion of the quarter-acre mini-park at the corner of Sunset Cliffs and West Point Loma boulevards. A tentatively scheduled ribbon-cutting for November 20 now appears to be beyond reach.

The soil has already failed two tests and the city is awaiting results of the third, said Monica Muñoz, a spokesperson for the city’s Public Works Department. Each failed test brings more delays. It takes about 15 days to get results back, Muñoz said.

The city lacks a suitable facility to test the soil and must send the samples to a lab in Anaheim, a construction employee on site said. A contractor has been adding more topsoil and water in an attempt to reduce the salt content. Nothing may be planted until the soil meets city standards, Muñoz said.

The soil problem is the latest in a string of setbacks that has plagued the project’s second phase, which consists of decorative walls, landscaping, an irrigation system and an ADA-compliant walkway that meanders from the corner south to adjacent Robb Field. Phase II was originally envisioned as a six-month project to be completed by August of 2013 at a cost of $150,000, city documents show. But problems finding a contractor and budget issues delayed the groundbreaking until last June.

The city now estimates completion in February of 2015 at a cost of $401,000, according to a city estimate as of November 1. City councilmember Ed Harris, whose District 2 seat includes Ocean Beach, hoped for a ribbon-cutting before his term ends on December 10 as a way to express gratitude to the Ocean Beach Community Development Corporation and other civic groups, aide Chet Barfield said. It’s unclear whether a grand-opening ceremony can take place by that date, when election winner Lorie Zapf takes over.

The first phase of the project was completed in January of 2011 at a cost of just over $845,000. It consisted of a circular plaza with a shell art pattern and “People’s Wall” with memorial bricks and tiles. The park is located at the site of the former Anthony’s Restaurant, which was purchased in 1999 to make way for the project.

The entire project, also known as the Ocean Beach Entryway Plan, was started in 1997 with the hiring of a consultant to develop a master plan, according to the Ocean Beach Community Development Corporation website. The goal, it states, was to develop an entryway on the north end of Sunset Cliffs Boulevard that “would respect the sense of place, identity and diversity of the Ocean Beach Community.”


Exploring the 500-acre playground at Carmel Valley Ranch

Two years and $20 million in enhancements have produced an intriguing new Carmel Valley Ranch designed to bring out the inner child in every guest. There are tree swings, s’mores, a fanciful organic garden to explore, endless activities and meals meant to be shared family-style.

“It’s a carefree throwback to summer camp,” says sales and marketing director Brian Gipson. “Very luxurious, but playful and down to earth. People are on vacation and want to avoid pretension.”

The ranch—which first opened in the mid-1980s—was purchased in 2009 by John Pritzker, an heir to Hyatt Hotels and owner of Commune Hotels, which include the Joie de Vivre and Thompson Brands.

Thirty new suites have been added, all with sweeping views of the oak-studded hills of Carmel Valley. Many suites come with lavish outdoor soaking tubs or romantic fireplaces.

At the same time, new guest experiences were being developed. Seven thousand lavender plants were put in, along with 3.5 acres of pinot noir grapes, bee hives, a flower and vegetable garden, a salt drying house, an equestrian center and a relaxing spa with 11 treatment rooms—all in addition to the world-class golf course, swimming pools and tennis courts.

“Our guests have already been everywhere, so when they travel they are seeking experiences and what is very authentic and true to the destination,” said Gipson, explaining that agriculture and grape growing are traditional Carmel Valley pursuits. Legendary local experts direct farmstead activities connected with the gardens.

To cap the renovation and further connect guests with their surroundings, the ranch restaurant has been expanded and transformed into the Valley Kitchen, with a focus on locally-sourced food.

Award-winning executive chef Tim Wood remains at the helm. His deep roots in Carmel Valley—dating back to his time working at Bernardus Lodge—and his familiarity with the best local purveyors work perfectly with the new concept.

For example, local fisherman Jerry Wetle makes an appearance on the menu with “Fisherman Jerry’s Line Caught Daily Catch.” Other local purveyors include Swank Farms, California Kurobuta Pork, and Carmel cheese monger Kent Torrey.

Instead of the traditional appetizers, salads and entrees, the menu is organized in three sections: Let’s Taste, Let’s Share, and Let’s Eat.

“We call it eating like a chef,” says Wood. “It means having one of our signature cocktails and two or three plates to share.”

Under “Let’s Share,” for instance, you can find Honey and Goat Cheese Salad made with “Our Honey, Our Lavender and Goat Cheese from Charlie Casio in Big Sur.”

Other dishes, like Vietnamese Shrimp and Pork Bun Cha, Hawaiian Poke and Moroccan Spiced Beef Carpaccio, reflect cuisines other parts of the world because Wood likes to give all his cooks a chance to contribute to the menu. One of his own contributions is the Fried Green Tomatoes, which are made using his mother’s recipe.

Local residents are discovering that Valley Kitchen is the perfect spot to stop for late afternoon drinks and nibbles or for a late supper, since the kitchen doesn’t close until 10pm. The monthly winemaker dinner, held at different locations on the property each time, is also a big hit with Carmel Valley residents and a good value.

Valley Kitchen sommelier Dave Eriksen has assembled 150 different Monterey County wines, as well as other California and international labels and won Wine Spectator magazine’s Award for Excellence in 2015 for the first time.

And Carmel Valley Ranch has just launched it’s own wine label called Swing, made by winemaker Peter Figge. Swing wines include a chardonnay, rosé and pinot noir made from Monterey County grapes.

On October 9, Swing will release its first estate reserve pinot noir made from grapes grown on the ranch property and crushed last fall. The public is invited to the release party, wine dinner and harvest celebration taking place that day.

Some of the other local artisans who contribute their talents to Carmel Valley Ranch, include organic gardener Mark Marino, lavender grower and bee-keeper John Russo and salt maker Bob Kirkland.

Marino, who studied with Alan Chadwick at UC Santa Cruz, has built and maintains the resort’s colorful two-acre show garden—a popular wedding venue.

He works closely with chef Tim Wood to grow special ingredients needed for the chef’s seasonal menu. Some of his favorites include sweet torpedo onions, bronze fennel and lemon verbena. Marino also works with Dick Swank to make sure that the same vegetables in the show garden are grown at Swank Farms in Hollister to ensure a steady stream for the restaurant kitchen. He also guides guests in classes on composting and vegetable gardening.

Bob “the salt guy” Kirkland adds another dimension to the ranch-to-table experience. He is one of the only people in California permitted to take nutrient-dense seawater from the Monterey Bay and use it to make sea salt. He dries it in a crystal-caked salt house in the organic garden and shows guests how to make seasoned salts for use at home.

Russo planted the lavender fields and set up an apiary, which is home to 60,000 Italian honeybees. Guests and locals can suit up for Russo’s “Bee Experience” and taste honey scooped straight from the hive, while learning about how important honeybees are to the eco-system.

He also teaches how to distill lavender essential oils from the dried flowers and make it into soaps or scented candles—all signature ranch products that are stocked in the gift shop and used in the spa.

With its local artisans, Carmel Valley Ranch aims to touch visitors through all their senses, whether it’s a relaxing lavender-scented spa treatment, a stroll in the colorful garden or a shared feast at Valley Kitchen.

Finally, one insider tip for local kids and families: The equestrian center at Carmel Valley Ranch is a good place for pony rides and horseback riding in the hills. And it’s also becoming a popular birthday party spot, where kids can paint the pony with washable colors. Kids have a blast and, they say, the pony enjoys the attention.


Carmel Valley Ranch's New Creamery Is a Goat Cheese Wonderland

The resort is one of our favorite places to stay in California wine country.

We’ve waxed poetic about California’s Carmel Valley Ranch—think summer camp, significantly upgraded—multiple times. At one of the resort’s restaurants, Valley Kitchen, chef Tim Wood’s honey-chile wings have earned their spot on our �st chicken wings in the U.S.” roundup, and the ranch is one of our favorite places to stay in California wine country. This week, Carmel Valley announced a resort-wide revamp set to debut on June 15, that, among refreshed guest suites and new activities to try, includes two more culinary concepts to get excited about—The Market and the Creamery, located in the main lodge.

The Creamery is your destination for cheese. Expect pop-up tastings, cheese pairings, and various demonstrations and workshops led by the resort’s cheesemaker, Charlie Cascio—said cheese is made from Carmel Valley Ranch’s resident Swiss nanny goats, who can be found at the Goat Barn. (Yes, you can visit them.) Cascio started his career as a trained chef and is best known for his small batches of organic, cave-aged raw goat milk cheeses, so definitely keep an eye out for tastings on the horizon. The more dessert-minded may flock to the Creamery&aposs housemade yogurt and ice cream, which also makes use of resident goats.


The Newt in Somerset is a farmhouse estate in the English countryside

The Newt in Somerset is a hotel and spa located in southwest England in the county of Somerset near the town of Bruton, which is about three hours west of London.

Somerset means "land of the summer people." It's known for its flourishing farmland, and for being home to many traditional country estates, which in England have historically served as second homes and quiet retreats for people who live in larger, bustling cities.

The Newt itself is a 300-plus year old historic country estate that offers wide cultivated gardens, acres of apple orchards, and parkland.

When the property is open to visitors, there's an array of talks and workshops for guests about organic gardening and beekeeping. During the lockdown, while the property was closed to guests, growers continued to plant and harvest from the kitchen and market gardens multiple times a week.

Head beekeeper Paula Carnell still regularly tends to the onsite beehives, and cellar master Greg Carnell continues to press cider on site.

The Newt refocused its business to support locals by offering free, next-day delivery to nearby towns. The deliveries include fresh food items from the gardens, estate kitchens, bakery, butchery, and creamery. They also offer fresh-pressed cider, as well as other goods from local growers and artisan producers.

"We'll continue to celebrate Somerset, the apples, and the traditional cider apple orchards." said Greg Carnell, cellar master of cider operations at The Newt, on the absence of visitors.


Client Directory

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Alabama

Above and Beyond Yoga Center, Mobile

B & B’s Health Boutique, Wetumpka

Laura Blumberg, Dothan

Peak Alkalinity, Fairhope

Pennys From Heaven Spa, Rainsville

Quevity, Hoover

Restore Holistic Health Spa, Cullman

Salinity, Decatur

Salt on the Rocks, Huntsville

Dr. Scott Twilley, Cordova

Spirited Soulutions @ R&Co Salon, Scottsboro

The Soak House and Soapery, Guntersville

Soliel Nu Tanning, Saraland

Arizona

A’ha Wellness Salt Therapy, Lake Havasu City

The Acupuncture Center & Salt Spa, Mesa

Absolute Allergy Relief, Scottsdale

Antheas Healing Hands, Scottsdale

Casa, Phoenix

Civana Wellness Resort and Spa, Carefree

Clinical Solutions Skincare, Scottsdale

Degree Mechanical, Inc., Yuma

Desert Star Construction, Scottsdale

George Oliver Companies, Scottsdale

The Heber Breathing Room, Show Low

Kyari Group, Sedona

LMV ll Kierland Holdings, LP, Scottsdale

Lux Body Care, Prescott

Millennium Day Spa, Scottsdale

Monarch Zen Healing Arts, Maricopa

Residences Kierland, Scottsdale

RSG Builders, Phoenix

Rvyve Az, LLC, Scottsdale

Soak n Salt, Phoenix

Spa Avania at Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa, Scottsdale

Studio S Salon, Tucson

Sundara Sanctuary, Prescott Valley

The Salt Spa (Spa By Sawana), Phoenix

The Salted Desert, Peoria

The Self Center Garland of Eden, Show Low

True Rest Float Spa, Glendale

West Valley Wellness Center, Sun City

Arkansas

Breathe It In Salt Rooms, North Little Rock

Breathing Room Salt Room & Essentials, Hot Springs Village

Ling Spa, Hot Springs

Destinations Day Spa, Hot Springs

Salt Health, Bentonville

The Veranda Spa, White Hall

California

A Quiet Place Floatation Spa, San Marcos

Arden Companies LLC, Orange

Asha Urban Baths, Sacramento

Be Well Chiropractic, Bakersfield

Bikram Yoga Tracy, Tracy

Breathe Salt Yoga, San Francisco

Bright Living, Los Angeles

Brothers In Arms Worldwide, Fullerton

Carissa Brown, Signal Hill

Coriann Bright, Los Angeles

Crystal Salt Cave, Brentwood

David Csesznok, Arcadia

Dejager Design, Newport Beach

Dugally Oberfeld, Inc., Los Angeles

Endre Balogh, Castro Valley

Eclipse Equine Sports Therapy Center, Carmel Valley

Elements of Life, Capitola

Equine Bodyworks, Bradbury

Fairmont Sonoma Mission Inn, Sonoma

Feeling Groovy Wellness, Claremont

Fig & Olive the Resort, Moorpark

Foothill Farms Veterinary Hospital, Auburn

Gail Flynn, Fairfield

Halo Salt Spa, Westlake Village

Halo Salt and Spa, Claremont

Haute Infrared Studio, La Crescenta

Healing Therapies, La Mesa

Indian Springs Calistoga, Calistoga

Into Me Sea, Santa Monica

Jardin‘s Magical Hands, Sacramento

Jerry and Anita Hardage, Milpitas

King’s Seafood Company, Costa Mesa

Meat On Ocean, Santa Monica

The Mellany Phillips Salt Cave, Bakersfield

Mike Danaher, Palo Alto

The Missing Peace Center for Anxiety, Agoura Hills

New Beginnings Health Care, La Mesa

Pacific Integrative Pediatric Health, San Diego

Rapid Therapy, Mission Hills

S3 Coffee Bar, San Diego

Salt Cave Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara

Salt Essence Therapy, Murrieta

Salts, Granite Bay

The Salt Room, Bakersfield

The Salt Lounge, San Diego

The Salt Studio, Pasadena

Sloco Health & Wellness, San Luis Obispo

Spa at Pebble Beach, Pebble Beach

SpaEquip, Calistoga

SSG Float Center, Santa Clara

Stanly Ranch Resort, Napa

Studio 841, Barstow

Thrive Whole Body Wellness, Mandeville Canyon

Total Glow, Menlo Park

True North Cryo, Hermosa Beach

Viceroy Trust, Westlake Village

Colorado

Aquarian Uprising, Vail

Body Therapeutics Medical Massage, Grand Junction

Cryomedspa, Durango

Fahrenheit Body Spa, Aspen

Fox Construction, Steamboat Springs

Firiel Skincare, Longmont

HandsOn BodyWorks, Paonia

Inner Connections Yoga & Wellness, Salt Room & CommuniTEA, Castle Rock

Luna Float Spa, Colorado Springs

Metra Properties, Steamboat Springs

Nadine Lange, Denver

New Genesis Health, Wheat Ridge

Nurture – A Wellcare Marketplace, Denver

Rock Salt Spa, Denver

Salt of the Earth, Boulder

The Salt Studio at Springs In The Valley – Living Well, Glenwood Springs

SRGA LP, Denver

Skin Therapy Clinic Aspen, Aspen

Strong River Wellness, Leadville

Sugerman Enterprises, Englewood

Sweet Be Wellness and Skin Care, Greeley

Vicki Mann, Asheville

Wholistic Rebirth, LLC, Boulder

Connecticut

David Burke Prime Steakhouse – Foxwoods Resort Casino, Mashantucket

Healing Salt Cave & Wellness Spa, Guilford

Joseph Wrotniak, West Hartford

More Fit, LLC, East Haddam

Niantic Aire LLC, Niantic

Rain Wellness Spa, Branford

SALTAIRE, Oxford

Saltana Cave, Ridgefield

Salt of the Earth, Woodbury

Soulshine Salt Cavern, Durham

Spa Soli, West Hartford

Suzanne’s Hair Salon and Mark’s Salt Cave, Wallingford

Verbena Holistic Center, Southington

Delaware

Aurora Academy of Hair Design, Dover

Delaware Equine Therapeutics, Bear

Lindo Family Health and Wellness, Wilmington

The Salt Cove, Wilmington

The Spine Group, Wilmington

District of Columbia

Beauty That’s Me, Washington

Georgetown Sun Cryo, Washington

Florida

311 Logistics LLC, Leesburg

A Couple Gals’ Salon, West Palm Beach

A Salt Escape, Juno Beach

Access Holistic Healing & Hypnosis, Bonita Springs

Adam’s European Contracting, Inc., Brooklyn

Addison Reserve Country Club, Delray Beach

Advanced Body Worx, Ormond Beach

AHA! A Holistic Approach For Health, Fort Meyers

Alina Residences, Boca Raton

Aloha Foot Spa & Salt Room, Margate

American Plumbing & Electrical Supply, Miami Beach

Anthony Robbins, Manalapan

Anti-Aging Center of Boca, Boca Raton

AS&J Enterprises, Miami

Auberge Spa, Fort Lauderdale Beach

Awakened Auras Co., Kissimmee

Axios Health Spa, Tallahassee

The Banyan House, Dania Beach

BCB Homes, Naples

BFItNWell, LLC, Lakewood Ranch

Boca Cryo™, Boca Raton

Bungalows, Key Largo

The Club at Admirals Cove, Jupiter

Christopher Stephens Salon, West Palm Beach

Chucks’ Natural Food Market Place, Brandon

Charles Kingsley Builder, Inc, North Fort Myers

Clive Daniel Home, Boca Raton

Club Pelican Bay, Naples

Coastline Salt Room, New Port Richey

Colonics & Massage of Marianna, Marianna

Costa d’ Este Beach Resort & Spa, Vero Beach

Cosmo & Company Salon & Spa, West Palm Beach

Cryo You, Fort Lauderdale

Cur Salt Spa Inc, Stuart

Demetra Bennett, Lakeland

Ecopolitan, West Palm Beach

Ellalec, LLC, Tampa

Energy Spa & Tanning, Vero Beach

Epic Services, Tampa

Euro Day Spa, Winter Park

Facial Mania Spa & Wellness, Delray Beach

The Fiix Life Sciences, Jacksonville

Florida Hot Tub and Sauna Center, Hollywood

Frenchman’s Creek Beach & Country Club, Palm Beach Gardens

Fusion Therapy, Sarasota

Gio Midtown, Miami

The Hair Tiki, Sebastian

Harbour Ridge Yacht & Country Club – Lakeside Spa, Palm City

Healing Laser Clinics, Inc. Lake Mary

Healing Moments Integrative & Holistic Wellness, Boca Raton

The Healthy Connection Inc., Delray Beach

The Henderson Beach Resort & Spa, Destin

Hook Contracting, Sanibel

Infusion Salt Therapy Spa, Ormond Beach

Integrated Chiropractic Healthcare, Winter Garden

John M. Sarbak, M.D., P.A., Vero Beach

The Jungle Organic Restaurant, Indialantic

Jupiter Farms Massage, Jupiter

JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort & Spa, Aventura

Kaffee’s Garden Spa, West Palm Beach

Kersenbrock Chiropractic, Lake Mary

Knollman, Coral Springs

Kramer Wellness LLC, Vero Beach

LaBella Spa & Wellness Day Resort, Merritt Island

LaCura Salt Spa, St. Augustine

Laser Loft Medical Spa, Ponte Vedra Beach

Lauri Capano, Boca Raton

Maitland Wellness Center, Maitland

The Mark Spa, Doral

Midnight Land Farm, Crescent City

Miriam Templeton, Miami Beach

Mister Holistic Apothecary, Winter Springs

Moss and Associates, LLC, Fort Lauderdale

Muse Condominiums, Sunny Isles Beach

My Derma Clinic, Pinecrest

Natural Healing Day Spa, Ocean Park

nSpa at the Delray Beach Marriott, Delray Beach

Ocean Reef Club, Key Largo

OnOnshore Construction & Development, Inc., Jupiter

Pacific Sauna and Steam, Martinez

Pallavi Luxury Spa – Windham Grand, Clearwater Beach

Palm Sport and Wellness, Fort Pierce

Pamela Paul, LMT, Safety Harbor

Parker & Pennington Dentistry, Jacksonville Beach

Pasco Veterinary Medical Center, Lutz

Patricia Kallenbach, Crystal River

Premier Day Med Spa, Hallandale Beach, FL

Pura Vida Body & Mind Spa, Inc., Fleming Island

Pure Bliss, Titusville

Purely You Spa, Naples

Rebounderz, Sanford

Recommerce Brands, Deerfield Beach

Regenerative Institute, Naples

Relax Salt Rooms, Gainesville

Residence Inn by Marriott, Coconut Creek

The Restoration Place Clinic, Orlando

Restorative Healing and Wellness Center, Tampa

Riviera Spa Massage, Kissimmee

Robert Arkin, Miami Beach

Roger Attfield, Palm City

Sailfish Point Spa, Stuart

Salt…A Halotherapy Spa, Vero Beach

Salt. The Natural Spa, Tampa

Salt and Spice, Orlando

The Salt Grotto, Valrico

Salt Room Millenia Wellness Clinic, Orlando

The Salt Station, Boynton Beach

Salt Sanctuary, Cocoa Beach

The Salt Scene, Windermere

The Salt Suite, Boca Raton

The Salt Suite, Boynton Beach

The Salt Suite, Delray Beach

The Salt Suite, Ft Lauderdale

The Salt Suite, Lake Worth

The Salt Suite, Palm Beach Gardens

The Salt Box, Parkland

The Salt Massage Room, Tampa

The Salt Nest, Plantation

Salt: The Spa, Wellington

Salt Elements, St. Petersburg

Salt for Health, Wellington

Santiso Physical Therapy, Fort Lauderdale

The Sauna Shop, Hallandale

The Seagate Hotel & Spa, Delray Beach

Sebring Salt Spa, Sebring

Soluna Yoga & Spa, Jacksonville

Soundarya Spa and Salt Room, West Palm Beach

St. Andrews Country Club, Boca Raton

Steam Shower Sauna, Inc., Pompano Beach

Talk of The Town Hair Design, Eustis

Tease Salon, Stuart

Tibor Szlavik, Dunnellon

TuttoTondo Solutions, LLC, Miami

US Cryotherapy, Tampa

Vaccarezza Racing Stables, Boynton Beach

Vana Laser Club, Miami Beach

Victoria Easton, Tamarac

Vineyards Country Club, Naples

WellCome OM Integral Healing & Education Center, Spring Hill

Weston Salt Room, Weston

White Orchid Spa, Fort Myers

White Orchid Spa, Vero Beach

Woodfield Country Club, Boca Raton

Georgia

ASA Carlton Services, Inc., Buford

Beachview Bed and Breakfast, Tybee Island

Blue Fern Spa, Suwanee

Blue Fern Spa, Johns Creek

Body Polish, LLC, Savannah

Botox, Fillers & More, Baxley

Clarkesville Salt Spa, Clarkesville

Intown Salt Room, Atlanta

Maggie’s Med Spa, Flowery Branch

Oasis Detox Spa For Women, Adairsville

Optimal Medical Practice, Sandy Springs

Place of Kai, Douglasville

Rejuvenate You Cryo Therapy Spa, Macon

Rutland Family Heathcare, Macon

Salt AER Studios, Brunswick

Salt n’ Sweat Wellness, Alpharetta

Southeast Leisure, Alpharetta

The Salt Center, Alpharetta

The Whitley Hotel, Atlanta

True Bliss Salt Cave & Spa, Douglasville

Watercrest Senior Living, Macon

ZEN – Relaxing Wellness, Madison

Hawaii

Nordic PCL Construction Inc, Honolulu

Ho’ola Spa at Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay, Kailua-Kona

The Four Seasons Resort O’ahu at Ko Olina, Kapolei

Idaho

All Hours Tanning Distributors, Nampa

Illinois

A Wellness Within You, Columbia

Breathe & Bend Hot Yoga, Albers

Breathe Salt Therapy, Plano

Cavallo Stable, Richton Park

Colin Of London Salon And Salt Therapy, Chicago Gold Coast

Divine Yoga, Joliet

Gramma’s Saltz and More, Sterling

Imagine Health, Elgin

Jon Ric Wellness and Beauty Salon, Deerfield

Kuhl Massage, Greenville

Muellner Construction, Oak Brook

Natural Serenity LLC, West Chicago

New Leaf Fitness & Spa, Lawrenceville

North Shore Salt Therapy, Highland Park

Salt & Sol, South Beloit

Salt Cave, Worth

Serenity Wellness Center, Crest Hill

Sors Salt Room, Arlington Heights

Steven McCawley, Coal City

Stivers Hair Studio, Bloomington

Tranquility Massage and Bodywork, Inc., Plainfield

Unwind at Westclox, Peru

Indiana

Ageless Aesthetics and Salt Lounge, Indianapolis

Bloomington Salt Cave, Bloomington

Elite Nutrition, Shipshewana

Go Aerial Fitness, La Porte

Hauck Racing Stable, Anderson

Imperial Design, Indianapolis

Indiana Equine Salt Therapy (Mobile), Goshen/Anderson

James Robinson, Avon

Jennifer Gomez, Indianapolis

Massage and Healing Center, Indianapolis

Nenad Uzelac, St. John

Renova Aesthetics Spa and Wellness, Carmel

Salt Wellness Therapy, Shipshewana

Samarthak Medic Aid Pvt Ltd, New Delhi

Serenity Point Wellness Center, Rising Sun

SHarper the Medical Spa, Fishers

Sukhino Float Center, LLC, New Albany

Total Package Med Spa, Fisher

Tranquil Bloom Wellness, Bloomington

True Serenity Spa, Evansville

Ames Cryotherapy, Ames

Croell, New Hampton

Des Moines Plastic Surgery, West Des Moines

Dragonfly Salt Cave and Spa, Ankeny

El Rio Spa & Wellness, Le Claire

Holistic Harmony, Clear Lake

SALT Holistic Health, Pleasant Valley

Sandy’s Salon & Salt Cave, Fort Dodge

Total Rejuvenation, Cedar Rapids

Yellow Canary Health Spa, Glidden

Kansas

Aromatic Massage, Salina

Essentials, Norton

Gemini Shop, Merrriam

Salinity Salt & Flotation Spa, Overland Park

The Spahhh, Segwick

Kentucky

Blue Halo Med Spa, Louisville

Gypsy Soul, Owensboro

Hugo Castro, Louisville

Palmer Pedigo, Louisville

Sanctuary Body Spa, Bowling Green

Salt of the Earth, Paducah

Salt Therapy and Spa, Maysville

Sole Purpose, LLC, Florence

The Nest Day Spa, LLC, Russell

Theodore Z. Voiz, Louisville

Louisianna

FLEAUXT, Baton Rouge

Himalayan Salt Spa, Slidell

Linda Miley, Denham Springs

Mystic Bayou Holistic and Alternative Health, Slidell

The Natural Path, Youngsville

Sagacious Oasis, Baton Rouge

Salinity Salt Therapy Spa, Houma

Strictly Salt of Metairie, Metairie

Maine

Acadia Yurts, Southwest Harbour

Amy Woodson, South Portland

Craft Esthetica LLC, Westbrook

Salt Works & Spa, Biddeford

Maryland

Angel’s Touch Skincare and Wellness, Greenbelt

Art of Balance Wellness Spa, Baltimore

Columbia Wellness Center / Haven on the Lake, Cockeysville

Face It Spa and Wellness, Severna Park

Foxhall Equine Rehabilitation Center, Fallston

Infinity More Healing, Catonsville

Partners in Health, Leonardtown

Paul Davis Restoration & Remodeling, La Plata

Salon Image, Fruitland

Senz, Yoga, Barre and Cycle, Rockville

Unique Scripts Medical Spa, Randallstown

Massachusetts

Bliss Massage & Wellness Center, Leominster

Craft Food Hall, Lexington

Craft Food Hall, Waltham

Crystalline Awaken Float Spa, Boylston

Daniel & Company, Somerset

Earth’s Hidden Treasures, Swansea

Elite Experience, LLC, Needham

Gibbs Physical Therapy, Boston

Just Breathe Salt Spa, Hyannis

Larose Muscular Therapy, Milford

Light Water Wellness, Haverhill

Moodz Spa, Wayland

Nathan LeBlanc, Medfield

Olga Kulakova, South Easton

Rehab Resolutions, Westfield

Release Well Being Center, Westborough

RJ Kelly Company, Burlington

RN Esthetics, Salem

Silver Solutions, Pittsfield

Vita Hydration and Wellness, Whiteville

Michigan

Be Well, LLC, Marquette

Country Mile Salt Therapy Room, Stephenson

InnerSpace Holistic, Ann Arbor

Meridians Spa, Coldwater

Mr. Back Rub, Roscommon

Neurofitness Center, Hancock

Northern Michigan Cosmetics, Cheboygan

Peniel, Sterling Heights

Pepes Salt Spa, Garden City

Remedi Spa & Wellness, East Lansing

Salt Life, East Tawas

The Salt Room of Battle Creek, Battle Creek

Salt Yoga, East Lansing

Salty Jo’s Halotherapy, East Tawas

Serenity Health Med Spa, Canton

Teresa McGilvray, Franklin

Transcendence Family Wellness Center, Warren

Turtle Dove Holistic Care and Wellness, Marshall

Urban Oasis Salt Spa, Traverse City

Willoway Spa & Wellness, Petoskey

XtremeCryo, Grand Rapids

Zoë Life Spa and Salon, Lansing

Minnesota

Awaken for Wellness, Saint Paul

Bella Vita, St. Cloud

Crowe Construction, Saint Louis Park

Eating, Elevated, St. Michael

Healing Touch Spa, Rochester

Kara Harren, Clearwater

Kraus Anderson Construction Company, Minneapolis

Natural Elements Massage Therapy, Mankato

The Salt Room of Battle Creek, Battlecreek

The Salt Lodge, Plymouth

Salt Therapies, East Grand Forks

Studio 14 Salon and Spa, Faribault

Suola, Winona

Wake Up Fit, Mound

Whispering Cave Yoga, Wayzata

Mississippi

The Coleman Family, Senatobia

Live Well Therapeutic Massage, Oxford

Missouri

Above & Beyond Wellness, Fenton

Acadia Spa, Springfield

Align Health & Wellness, Crestwood

Breathe Salt Vault, Springfield

East Sunrise Health, LLC, Ballwin

Enlight Inn, Joplin

Heidi Rasmussen, Crane

Integrative Connections Counseling, LLC, Troy

JRs Equine Spa & Retreat, LLC, Pleasant Hope

Kansas City Salt Mine, Lee’s Summit

Malcolm Royce, O’ Fallon

Marianna Tripp, St. Louis

Martha’s Place, Columbia

Synergy Executive, Ozark

The Rapha Way, LLC, Reeds Spring

True Balance Wellness, Kansas City

Washington Green Spa, Washington

Montana

Ambience Wellness Boutique, Bozeman

Onyx Wellness Studio & Spa, Billings

Salt Box Dry Salt Therapy, Whitefish

SaltBreath, BIllings

Stephanie & Ken Poteet

Nebraska

3 Little Birds Health & Healing House, Hemingford

Canvas Salon and Day Spa, Bellevue

Circo Enterprises, Omaha

Empowered Healing, LLC, Lincoln

Nebraska Visual Integration Center, LLC, Omaha

Salt and Spa, Omaha

Skilled Touch Health & Healing, Gretna

Nevada

Cheryl Irwin, Las Vegas

Float Centers of Nevada, Las Vegas

Just a Drop, Gardnerville

Kasara Spa, Las Vegas

Las Vegas Laser Services, Las Vegas

The LINQ at Caesars, Las Vegas

Mueller Custom Cabinetry of Nevada Inc, Las Vegas

NVFloat Therapy, Las Vegas

Peppermill Resort, Reno

Salt Cave on the Go LLC, North Las Vegas

Villa Harrah, Lake Tahoe

Water FX™ Fabrication & Construction LLC, Henderson

New Hampshire

The AIM Clinic, Exeter

Bien Soigne, Salem

The D’Adamo Institute of Advancement, Portsmouth

Earth Harmony Wellness LLC, Dover

Restoring Eden, Alstead

Speleos Salt Spa, North Hampton

New Jersey

Allergy-Free & More Natural Health Center, Ridgewood

Andy Miller Stable, Millstone Township

Blue Moon Wellness, Runnemede

Body N Balance LLC, Flemington

Caruso Physical Therapy and Nutrition, LLC, Allentown

Cattleya Trianae Spa, North Arlington, NJ

Chambers Center by PALM Health, Morristown

Comfort and Balance, Sewaren

Fiddlers Elbow Country Club, Bedminster

Fighting Irish Stable, Freehold

Float Haven Health Spa, Pitman

Float Into Wellness and the Salt Lounge & Sauna Spa, Woodbridge

Float Therapy & Wellness Spa, Woodbury

Halo Wellness Center, Marlton

Health and Wellness Physical Therapy, West Orange

Lana’s Place Organic Salon & Day Spa, Cliffside Park

Laura O’Connor, Toms River

Market Tavern, Flanders

Mrs. Cathy Donovan, Morristown

Morgan Reade, Morristown

Olga Dubinsky, Warren

On Angels Wings, Mount Laurel

Park Ridge Chiropractic, Township of Washington

Petro and Nadiya Grubyak, Hackettstown

Salt Breeze, Fair Lawn

Salt Spa and Therapy, Hackettstown

Salt Island, Cranford

Skyline Development Group, North Bergen

Solaia, North Bergen

The Shin Center, Cherry Hill

True Rest Float Spa, Ocean Township

SOJO Spa Club, Edgewater

Wiselaw Warzocha, Wallington

Willow Street Partners, Montclair

New Mexico

Optimum Building, LLC, Albuquerque

New York

Aerosolis, Brooklyn

Alma Interior Solutions, New York City

Aqua Spa Float Center & Wellness Boutique, Oswego

Bella Vita CBD & Wellness, Staten Island

Beth Abraham Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing, Bronx

Bio Energetics, Hauppauge

Body Mind Salt, Inc., Brooklyn

Body Specific 360 Inc, Smithtown

Breathe N Flow Yoga, Oceanside

Breathe Salt Rooms, Katonah

Breathe Salt Rooms, 825 7th Ave New York City

Breathe Easy, Dobbs Ferry

Building Studio Architects, New York City

Breathe Salt Rooms, 1 Park Ave New York City

Catherine Hawkins, Southold

Chill Space NYC, New York

Country Village Chemists, Huntington

Gary Patrick, New York City

Glen Cove Salt Cave, Glen Cove

Gold Coast Healing, Syosset

Gramercy Park Hotel, New York City

Healing Arts NYC, New York City

The Juhi Center, New York City

Kim Teodoru, Shelter Island Heights

Dr. John Leuenberger, West Leyden

Lifetime Wellness Chiropractic Center, Eden

Lori Pappas, Sea Cliff

Maia Salon, Smithtown

Mark Salomon, Hudson

Marshall Watson Interiors, New York City

Mirror Lake Inn Resort & Spa, Lake Placid

Modrn Salt (Modrn Sanctuary), New York City

NexGen Fitness, Buffalo

Nordic Cryotherapy, Eastchester

Nordic Edge, Scarsdale

Northern Attitude Southern Charm Salon, Niagara Falls

One 70 Group, Bronx

Port Jefferson Salt Cave, Port Jefferson Station

Rahav Wellness, New York City

Salt + Sweat, Rye Brook and Plainview

SaltHaus, New York City

Salt and Soul, Elka Park

Salt Haven, Bayport

Salt LIVE Energized at Sound View, Greenport

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Samana Salt Spa, Lewiston

SCG America, Flushing

Sea Cliff Wellness Center, Sea Cliff

Sen Bridge LLC, Greene

Seneca Chiropractic & Family Wellness, Liverpool

Soma Cura Wellness Center, Grand Island

Something About Relaxation, Rockport

Suzy Woo, Orchard Park

Theta Spring Hypnosis & Longevity Health, New York City

Therapeutic Behavioral Solutions, White Plains

Tranquil Healing Center, Amherst

Wholeness Center, Valley Cottage

Zitan Bilt, College Point

North Carolina

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Coastal Massage and Wellness, Jacksonville

Fusions Spa and Wellness, Sylva

Glow Tanning North Carolina LLC, Raleigh

Grady A. Young, Fayetteville

Halo Salt Spa, Lincolnton

Haven Medical, Chapel Hill

Healing Salt Therapy, Mooresville

Infinity Salt Rooms, Charlotte

Kneading Wellness, Holly Springs

Kur Health Spa, Charlotte

Outer Banks Salt Cave, Kitty Hawk

Prana Salt Cave, Wilmington

Radiant Well-Being, LLC, Boone

Renova Med Spa, China Grove

The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Charlotte

Salisbury Salt Spa, LLC, Salisbury

Salt Beach, Winston-Salem

Southern Glo Skincare & Salt Spa, King

The Salt Pad, Charlotte

Seahorse Salt and Massage Therapy, Greensboro

Shiel Sexton, Charlotte

Spalutions, Greensboro

Spiritquest Healing Center, Ocean Isle Beach

Sundog Club, Cullowhee

North Dakota

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Keep Me Well, LLC, Dickinson

Kharma Vida Wellness Spa, Bismarck

Moxy Fitness, Lisbon

Soñe Spa, Minot

A Creative ApothaCare, Akron

All About Alkaline, Cleveland

Anthony Mampieri, Westerville

Avenue of Counseling and Meditation, Fairlawn

Avenue X Fitness, Columbus

Big Five Ventures, LLC, Toledo

Bill Greenhouse, Painesville

By The Sea Salt Therapy, Cincinnati

Centerville Salt Room, Centerville

Cryotherapy Plus Luxury Spa, Fairlawn

Dolce Organic Salon, Middleburg Heights

Devine Bliss Spa, Zanesville

Fly Fancy Stables, Nova

Focused Fitness, Columbus

Healing Inspirations Center, Cincinnati

Hope United, Uniontown

Journey Salon & Day Spa, Findlay

Just Breathe, Mansfield

Kalahari Resorts, Sandusky

Lulutru Holistic Wellness & Health, Barton

Linscott Family Practice, Marysville

Luxxe Spa, Blufton

Mirror Image, Wapakoneta

Mitchell Veterinary, Northfield

Morning Dew Hop Farm, Albany

Mosaic Design Studio, Columbus

Natrium Halotherapy, Columbus

Natural Remedies Massage, LLC, Lancaster

Rejuvenate With Rebecca, Delaware

The Salt House of Worthington, Worthington

Salt Life, Columbus

Salt Room, Washington Township

Salt Sensations USA, Boardman

Salt Solutions, Warren

Shanti Yoga Studio, Springfield

Thermae Retreat, Boardman

Touch Of Therapy Massage, Plain City

United Equine Center, LLC, Dalton

Wishing Well Clinic and Spa, Saint Marys

OKLAHOMA

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Poppi’s Urban Spa, Tulsa

The Rose Rock Spa, Lawton

Sharine Kretchmar, Yukon

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OREGON

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Central Bethany Development, Portland

J and S Wellness, Molalla

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Alternative Healing Solutions, Emmaus

Amulet Rehabilitation and Conditioning, Belle Vernon, PA

Baltic Leisure, Oxford

Bella Dea Wellness Center & Spa, Dubois

Brogna Designs, Elizabeth

Eleventh Element, Edwardsville (Coming July 2019)

Fresh Start Chiropractic, Lock Haven

Himalayan Salt & Wellness Cave, Newtown Square & Pottstown

Holly Smith, Mifflintown

Hygea Wellness, Camp Hill

Illume Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh

Just Breathe Salt Spa & Yoga Studio, Altoona

Kalahari Resorts, Pocono Manor

Live Well Holistic Health Center, Ardmore

Middle Branch Farm, Canadensis

Momentum Chiropractic, Grove City

Naked and Proud Whole Foods, Boyertown

Namaste 919, Old Forge

Nurture Spa, New Hope

Pebble Nest Salt Room, Hanover

Reflexology by Madalyn, Somerset

Salt Cove Wellness, LLC, Bath

Salt EFX, Harrisburg

Saltability Retreat, Skippack

The Salt Barre, LLC, Pittston

The Salt Lounge, Wyomissing

The Salt Vault, Parkersburg

The Salted Pixie Holistic Living, Archbald

The Salty Spa, Meadville

Sass Salon and Day Spa, Mechanicsburg

Shay Construction, Gladwyne

SōL Wellness Center, Belle Vernon

Stoneworks Wellness, Erie

Suburban Cryotherapy, Lower Gwynedd

True Wellness, Lower Gwynedd

Zen Den Yoga & Wellness Center, Sayre

Zen Garden Salt Spa & Salon, Clearfield

Rhode Island

Seamist Medspa, South Kingstown

Uptown Salon & Spa, Westerly

SOUTH CAROLINA

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Bobbitt, Columbia

Breath of Salt Spa, Columbia

Deanna Sasher, Charleston

Dolce Lusso Salon and Day Spa, Fort Mill

F.H.L. Wellness, Lexington

Hilton Head Internists, LLC, Hilton Head Island

My Olive Shack, Surfside Beach

The Oasis, Pawley Island

Obsessions Salon & Day Spa, Spartanburg

Pure Salt Studios, Bluffton

Roberts Construction, Hilton Head Island

Saltz Medical Spa, Greenville

Shandon Wellness & Esthetics, Columbia

Sunset Beach Salt Breath Room, Charleston

Synchronicity, Mount Pleasant

The Tumbling Factory, Conway

Under the Stars Massage Therapy, Goose Creek

Watercrest Senior Living, Myrtle Beach

Wellness Within, Sumter

SOUTH DAKOTA

Divine Touch, Rapid City

Salt Serenity, Brookings

Sauna & Massage LLC, Sioux Falls

The Sauna Haus, Sioux Falls

TENNESSEE

Arlene and Bruce Barsumian, Cookeville

Back N Touch Spa & Treatment Center, Cookeville

Better Bodies LLC, Memphis

Be Still and Breathe Salt Wellness Center, Lebanon

Breathe Easy Salt Rooms, Murfreesboro

Breathe Wellbeing Spa and Salon, Pigeon Forge

Bristol Sportsplex, Bristol

Carmen Reyes, Hendersonville

Creative Illusions, McMinnville

Foot and Salt Spa, Nashville

Halo Salt Cave and Spa, Kingston

Healing Hut, Murfreesboro

InSpirit Salt Spa, Knoxville

Karen Wilder Fitness, Memphis

LaBella e Famosa, LLC, Franklin

Lacy & Associates, Nashville

Legendary Massage, Kingsport

Lisa Miller Massage, Memphis

Luxury by Nicole Lesly, LLC, Memphis

Massage by Andrea Yeager, Alcoa

Ohh Yeah! Health + Fitness + Athletic Complex, Cleveland

R3 Chattanooga, Chattanooga

Ruhani Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork, Greenville

Salis Halotherapy, Jackson

Salt MedSpa of Hendersonville, Hendersonville

The Nest – A Wellness Retreat, Bristol

Third Coast Salt, Mount Juliet

Tranquil Garden, Hendersonville

TEXAS

Advanced Body Care, Spring

Alicia Murphy, Houston

Alluring Spa & Microblading, Weatherford

Austin Salt Cave, Lakeway

Ariasalt, Fort Worth

Bay Area Natural Wellness, LLC, Seabrook

Bergamos Retreat, Friendswood

Brandy Wyatt, Marble Falls

Breathe – Meditation & Wellness, Highland Park

The Burt Group, Austin

Carruth Russell, Houston

Deer Lake Lodge, Montgomery

Desert Wellness, El Paso

Earnhart Enterprises, Houston

Ferris Family Health and Wellness Center, Bellarie

Hidden Healing: Salt Light and More LLC, Lubbock

Jack Cramer, Lakeway

Kalahari Resorts and Conventions, Round Rock

Kirby Plastic Surgery, Fort Worth

Knotty No More, New Braufels

Krysus, San Antonio

Luxury on Lovers, Dallas

MC Aesthetics, Midland

Michelle Wood, Tyler

NexGen Fitness, Prosper

Pamper Me Now Message Co, Morgan’s Point

Patrick Greene, Montgomery

PureSalt Therapy, Houston

Reconnection Myofascial Release & Wellness LLC, Harlingen

Rest Wellness & Day Spa, Abilene

Revive Life Spa, Abilene

Richard “Rickey” Williams, Cameron

Sage Blossom Massage & Spa, Austin

The Salt Cave Southlake, Southlake

Salt Miracle, Carrollton

Salt Remedy, The Woodlands

Salt of the Earth, Allen

Suzanne McCann Healing Therapies, Port Aransas

Valerie Reyna, Leander

VIP Weightloss MD Inc, Katy

Woodhouse Day Spa, Dallas

Amanda Jane Peterson, Wasatch County

Crystal Water Float Spa, Tooele

Meraki Events Wellness Center, Vernal

Mountain Elite Massage, Midway

The Neuro Clinic, Lehi

Purify Wellness Center, Pleasant Grove

Radiance – A Wellness Boutique, Salt Lake City

The Salt Cave at Awaken Wellness, South Ogden

The Wind of Keltia, Holladay

VIRGINIA

Blue Ridge Natural Healing, LLC, Rockingham

Breathe Easy Salt Spa, Midlothian

Crystals Healing Hands Massage, Roanoke

Good Karma Center for Wellness, Troutville

Escape Massage, Midlothian

Eupepsia Wellness Resort, Bland

Fredas Skin Care Studio, Waynesboro

Halo Salt Spa, Ruckersville

Karn Custom Woodwork, Richmond

Massanutten Resort, Massanutten

Nicole Rowan, Ashburn

Piedmont Massage Spa, Woodbridge

R3 Wellness & Spa, Chesterfield

Red Salt Chophouse & Sushi, Henrico

Rejuvenations Salt Spa, Chesapeake

Saltworks, LLC, Wytheville

The Spa and Laser Center, Norfolk

WASHINGTON

Athena Fitness & Wellness, Olympia

Metamorphé Health Clinic, Freeland

Mt. Rainier Properties, Yelm

Natural Family Medicine, Vancouver

Peace of Salt, LLC, Everett

WEST VIRGINIA

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Bluewave Center, Follansbee

Larry and Judy Barrick, Wheeling

On Point Health and Wellness, Beckley

Roman’s Acupuncture & Wellness, Morgantown

Somatic Wellness Center, Morgantown

Spring Valley Family Care, Springfield

Transcending Massage Therapy, Huntington

WISCONSIN

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Balla Salon & Day Spa, Luck

BreatheReady, Menomonee Falls

Breathe Salt & Sauna, Johnson Creek

Essence LLC, Cambellsport

Halo Solutions Salt Health Therapy, Monroe

Healthy Home Consulting, Colgate

Integrative Health, Spokane

Kalahari Resort, Wisconsin Dells

The Luminary Wellness Center, LLC, Eau Claire

Michael Messmer, Oak Creek

Refresh Salt Room LLC, Wrightstown

RespiDerm, Menomonee Falls

Revive Salt Room & Sauna, Cambridge

Salud Salt and Spa, Cumberland

SolEscape, Madison

Sundara Day Inn & Spa, Wisconsin Dells

Tanzania Medi Spa, Oshkosh

Wyoming

Hands of Health, Gillette

Inversion Yoga, Jackson

Simply Health of Jackson Hole, Jackson

WYoNaturals, Casper

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Carmel Valley Ranch like summer camp at upscale resort

1 of 24 Annabelle Schlikman, left, makes a s'more at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Carmel Valley Ranch features around 500 acres of land for activities such as golf, horseback riding and dining. James Tensuan/Special to the Chronicle Show More Show Less

2 of 24 Guests prepare to take part in the beekeeping experience at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Carmel Valley Ranch features around 500 acres of land for activities such as golf, horseback riding and dining. James Tensuan/Special to the Chronicle Show More Show Less

4 of 24 Bee Wrangler Cori Majewski, right, shows guests the beehive at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Carmel Valley Ranch features around 500 acres of land for activities such as golf, horseback riding and dining. James Tensuan/Special to the Chronicle Show More Show Less

5 of 24 Six year-old Ridley Phillips plays basketball with his father Nick at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Carmel Valley Ranch features around 500 acres of land for activities such as golf, horseback riding and dining. James Tensuan/Special to the Chronicle Show More Show Less

7 of 24 Wrangler Kerissa Eslick leads a tour group during the sunset ride at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Carmel Valley Ranch features around 500 acres of land for activities such as golf, horseback riding and dining. James Tensuan/Special to the Chronicle Show More Show Less

8 of 24 Francisco Sanchez prepares for the dough for personal pizzas at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Carmel Valley Ranch features around 500 acres of land for activities such as golf, horseback riding and dining. James Tensuan/Special to the Chronicle Show More Show Less

Wrangler Jeannie Ruminski rides behind a group of guests participating in the sunset ride at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Carmel Valley Ranch features around 500 acres of land for activities such as golf, horseback riding and dining.

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11 of 24 Horses take a break during the sunset ride at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Carmel Valley Ranch features around 500 acres of land for activities such as golf, horseback riding and dining. James Tensuan/Special to the Chronicle Show More Show Less

13 of 24 Hops are seen in the organic garden at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Carmel Valley Ranch features around 500 acres of land for activities such as golf, horseback riding and dining. James Tensuan/Special to the Chronicle Show More Show Less

14 of 24 Sunflowers are seen in the Organic Garden at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Carmel Valley Ranch features around 500 acres of land for activities such as golf, horseback riding and dining. James Tensuan/Special to the Chronicle Show More Show Less

16 of 24 A young guest feeds Hens during Chicken Chat at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Carmel Valley Ranch features around 500 acres of land for activities such as golf, horseback riding and dining. James Tensuan/Special to the Chronicle Show More Show Less

17 of 24 A guest points to where his arrow struck during archery practice at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Carmel Valley Ranch features around 500 acres of land for activities such as golf, horseback riding and dining. James Tensuan/Special to the Chronicle Show More Show Less

19 of 24 Jenny Guinan takes aim during an archery class at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Carmel Valley Ranch features around 500 acres of land for activities such as golf, horseback riding and dining. James Tensuan/Special to the Chronicle Show More Show Less

20 of 24 Matthew Matuszak, left, takes aim during an archery class at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Carmel Valley Ranch features around 500 acres of land for activities such as golf, horseback riding and dining. James Tensuan/Special to the Chronicle Show More Show Less

22 of 24 Guests exit the beekeeping experience at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Carmel Valley Ranch features around 500 acres of land for activities such as golf, horseback riding and dining. James Tensuan/Special to the Chronicle Show More Show Less

23 of 24 Bees are seen at Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel, Calif. on Saturday, Aug. 29, 2015. The Carmel Valley Ranch features around 500 acres of land for activities such as golf, horseback riding and dining. James Tensuan/Special to the Chronicle Show More Show Less

Imagine a summer camp: s&rsquomores, horseback rides, archery lessons, making crafts and splashing in the pool. Now imagine a posh golf and tennis resort, with upscale dining and estate wines, luxurious lodgings and an indulgent spa.

Billionaire John Pritzker of San Francisco envisioned both in 2009 when his private equity firm acquired 500-acre Carmel Valley Ranch, a former pear orchard that had opened as a private golf club in 1981 and became a somewhat stodgy resort a few years later.

Drawing on fond memories of summer camp that punctuated his childhood in Chicago and travel industry expertise gained as son of the founder of Hyatt Hotels, Pritzker quickly began sowing the seeds for a multimillion-dollar, largely nature-based transformation.

The first phase reaped acclaim at its debut in 2010, with new programs and luxurious rooms continuing to sprout on the hilly resort. A brand-new corral and stables offering horseback trail rides cropped up last summer, along with the first round of spacious, indoor-outdoor treetop suites. An olive grove planted this spring is already fruiting, with plans afoot for pressing olive oil.

This summer saw the advent of archery sessions, an &ldquoequine perspective&rdquo program &mdash focused on relating to horses, rather than riding them &mdash and tours of the new butterfly garden. A handsome adult lap pool and sprawling hot tub also debuted at the River Ranch, the resort&rsquos family-friendly enclave on the valley floor that includes eight tennis courts, bocce courts, a locally sourced cafe and a children&rsquos recreation area.

Next month will see the release of the Ranch&rsquos first estate Pinot Noir, under the Swing label, named for the resort&rsquos iconic swings that hang from live oak trees guests can help crush this year&rsquos grape harvest at a special event Saturday, Sept. 19. The Ranch hired respected winemaker Peter Figge &mdash one of a half-dozen designated Ranch &ldquoartisans&rdquo&mdash to tend the 4-acre sustainable vineyard and produce house wines, and Carmel Lavender&rsquos John Russo to manage the lavender fields and lead tours of the apiaries, built to house the fields&rsquo most frequent visitors.

&ldquoI love watching people experience our vineyard with no hesitation, diving into the plants, and knowing they can taste and experience the natural way the vines behave throughout the year,&rdquo Figge said.

Andrea Weiss, the Ranch&rsquos wildlife expert, said she often stops in the vineyard while leading one of her frequent bird-watching walks or scenic hikes. &ldquoSometimes I sneak a few grapes off the vine to offer the guests,&rdquo she said sheepishly. &ldquoI tell them about the wine, the lavender, its relationship with the bees, and how our beekeeper is the lavender distiller. . I admire (Pritzker) for having the vision to make it more than a golf and tennis resort.&rdquo


Carmel Valley Ranch Welcomes Guests Back To Its 500-Acre Playground Beginning July 1

Carmel Valley Ranch is a playful resort situated on 500 wild acres in the foothills of the Santa Lucia Mountains along California’s Central Coast near Big Sur and Monterey.

CARMEL, Calif. (PRWEB) June 12, 2020

Summer is a time for play, and just in time for the season, Carmel Valley Ranch will reopen its doors for overnight stays beginning July 1, 2020. The resort has been fully optimized to give guests the perfect amount of personal space as they start to travel again—with 500 acres of room to roam, they will be free to explore with confidence.

Although the way people play will be a bit different in the coming months, the cherished hallmarks of The Ranch remain the same. Among them are self-guided hikes and garden tours, three pools, the Pete Dye-designed championship golf course, private and semi-private outdoor activities such as beekeeping and archery, and s’mores under the stars. Ideal for couples and families alike, Carmel Valley Ranch is a place where people rekindle romances, reunite with friends and loved ones, revive spirits, or simply take a few days to get away.

“At Carmel Valley Ranch, we’re serious about the art of play—and we are excited to welcome guests back to enjoy our playground with the same abandon as before, but with new enhancements to ensure their well-being,” said Managing Director Peter McMahon. “We look forward to seeing kids laughing on the swings, couples watching the sunset from the hot tub, and families hiking our trails.”

Summer’s bounty will be most evident at Valley Kitchen, the resort’s signature restaurant, which now features a spacious indoor-outdoor seating plan for guests to savor Chef Tim Wood’s creations. Dishes showcase produce from the on-site organic garden, catch-of-the-day fresh seafood and meats from area purveyors, along with wines from local vineyards. The fun continues with playful treats for all ages at The Market & Creamery, which is open for select activities including house-made goat-cheese tastings, flights of The Ranch’s signature Swing wine varietals, and even hand-churned ice-cream sundaes. All group activities are limited to six participants for safety guests also can pick up made-to-order picnics, find a cozy, secluded spot, and steal away for a romantic or fun-filled afternoon on their own.

The resort’s spacious guest suites, and majority of studios, are accessed via open-air pathways additionally, each room has its own individual heating and cooling systems that are not connected with adjacent suites.

All aspects of the Carmel Valley Ranch experience have been reimagined to minimize contact while maximizing comfort and convenience, such as digital check-in and a text guest-request system. For information on the new safety measures, visit https://www.carmelvalleyranch.com/health-faqs. The resort also has introduced cleaning and service protocols in accordance with state and local authorities, and a cross-functional group of medical experts and industry professionals is providing input as well. All Hyatt properties are taking steps toward certification by the Global Biorisk Advisory Council, with team members completing rigorous health and safety training.

To celebrate the return of guests, all bookings for three nights or more at the resort’s best available rate will receive a one-time $100 resort credit.


Top Five Ways to Relax, Carmel Valley Style

It doesn’t matter whether you’re a hardcore beach lover or not, it’s hard to tear yourself away from scenic Carmel Beach. That usually leads to an afternoon or evening of wandering in Carmel-by-the-Sea. You can’t complain about that–but if you’re up for a relaxing change of pace, head to picturesque Carmel Valley.

Just a short drive from the coast, Carmel Valley has rolling, tree-covered hills, with vineyards and fields also a part of the mix. Wine tasting is quickly becoming a draw in these parts. Just head down East Carmel Valley Road, and you'll find plenty of choices. Stop at a favorite or try something new. At Holman Ranch’s tasting room, visitors can taste wine along with their estate grown and bottled olive oil. Cima Collina’s Howlin’ Good Red benefits the SPCA of Monterey County.

You'll want to take them all home

Take a Walk in the Fields

Along with growing veggies of every color, Earthbound Farm Organic has a flower garden that just might inspire you to get your hands dirty. The fresh cut display in front of the Farm Stand will get your attention, but be sure to wander out back and see all the colors bursting from the fields. The Walking Labyrinth is a fun place to stretch your legs, and kids of all ages love the teepee.

One of Carmel Valley Ranch's inviting swings

Play at the Ranch

When you pull up to the lobby at Carmel Valley Ranch, a set of beautiful tree swings will probably be the first thing you see. Don’t be shy, playing is encouraged here. Inside, check in and say hello to Roxy the English bulldog. Then comes the tough part… figuring out what to do next. Go for a guided hike, take a Hatha Yoga class, maybe even sleep in.

Salt of the Earth

If you were inspired by what you saw at Earthbound Farm, be sure to check out the organic garden tour with Farmer Mark. The garden brims with what he calls “art supplies” for Executive Chef Tim Wood. On the third Saturday of every month, there’s a get-your-hands-dirty gardening class. There’s also a salt house in the garden that produces salt for The Lodge Restaurant and Aiyana Spa, using water from the Monterey Bay.

Do your best to fit a Bee Experience into your schedule. It’s the real deal. Don a bee suit and learn about all the hard work Italian honey bees put into their sticky craft. Keep the sweet theme going after the sun sets with complimentary poolside s’mores at The Lodge.

Relaxation Playground

Make the blow of heading home a little lighter, by seeking Refuge. Based on European roots, it’s the only co-ed relaxation spa in the US. Heat up in the sauna or intense eucalyptus steam room, then cool down in a pool the temperature of the Pacific Ocean. If you’re truly committed to the cause, try a pool the temperature of an icy river. Next, relax in a zero-gravity recliner, or by one of many outdoor fire pits before jumping in a thermal waterfall pool. When you’re finished, do it over and over again. Three hours is the average recharging time, but you can stay as long as you want.

There are some rules you need to know about. Refuge is co-ed, so swimsuits are a must. No electronics and no talking. Bring a pair of flip flops or sandals to wear as you make your way from one spot to the next, and if budget allows, rent a cushy robe. It’ll make you feel good before you step out of the locker room.

Dana can be found on Twitter @drebmann

Dana’s trip was organized by the Monterey County Convention & Visitors Bureau, but as always her thoughts and opinions are her own.


Discover Carmel Valley Ranch

Carmel is one of my favorite family getaways. If I didn’t call Northern California Wine Country home, I could easily see myself having a Carmel area code. Locals are lucky. They have mountains and the sea and everything in between. So do visitors who hang their hat at Carmel Valley Ranch.

Readers have been gushing about Carmel Valley Ranch since it got its $35 million makeover. When my family was offered the opportunity to explore the property, I jumped at the chance. Now I can’t wait to go back.

Carmel Valley Ranch entrance

Getting There

Carmel Valley Ranch is little more than 2 hours from San Francisco. It’s a pleasant drive, with plenty of things for the kids to look at as you cruise along. From stunning scenery to horses and cows to old school cherry and garlic stands.

With great family-friendly options like the Tech Museum, Winchester Mystery House and the Children’s Discovery Museum, San Jose makes for a good location to stop and stretch your legs. We were just minutes away but couldn’t resist stopping at Earthbound Farms. There’s always something going on at the Farm Stand. At 11 and 13, my girls still love the Labyrinth and everything in the store looks so fresh and colorful it makes you want to eat your veggies.

You Have Arrived

The Old Gate House serves as a charming introduction to what lies ahead. Slowly make your way past the Golf Clubhouse, Vineyard and Organic Garden. The welcoming committee of deer and wild turkeys almost never take a day off.

About a mile up the road you’ll arrive at the Lodge, but before you check in, swing from the trees on two of their iconic swings scattered throughout the 500 acres property. Once inside the Lodge Roxy the English Bulldog is sure to introduce herself. Her owner, Gabrielle, the Concierge at Carmel Valley Ranch is a good person to make friends with as well.

Invitation to Play

At the heart of every experience you’ll have here is a simple, but powerful idea: Play is essential. It’s universal. Play makes us feel alive, connects us to each other, and comes in all shapes and sizes.

Home Away from Home

The time and thought put into the remodel at Carmel Valley Ranch is apparent in its suites. My family stayed in the Hilltop version of a Ranch Suite. At 800 square feet, it had everything I could have asked for: a comfortable living room with fireplace and large sleeper sofa for the kids, and a large bathroom with a shower, oversized tub and enclosed toilet. Two walls of the master bedroom are sliding glass doors that open to a wrap around deck offering views pictures can’t replicate. The second fireplace in the master bedroom was an unexpected luxury.

There are a number of smaller touches that exude family friendliness. Doors at both ends of the hallway connecting the living room and master bedroom mean the entire family doesn’t have to go to bed at the same time. Nightlights are integrated into bathroom light switches, giving off just the right glow.

The room service menu includes an extensive children’s menu. There is a Blu-ray player in every suite and a complimentary Blu-ray and board game lending library at the Concierge’s Desk.

Guide for Guests at Play

Every evening Carmel Valley Ranch provides a “playlist” to help guests make the most of their stay. Consider yourself forewarned, plans to sleep in may very well get thrown out the window. There’s simply too many choices to list them all, but my family discovered some guaranteed to impress.

Bee Experience

Honey will taste all the more sweeter after you learn the effort busy bees put into it. Resident beekeeper & lavender farmer (more on that later) John Russo takes pride showing off his apiary. Suit up and visit the hives home to 60-thousand Italian honeybees.

Kids as young as three have taken part in the experience. Russo earns kudos for simplifying a complex process into a kid (and parent) friendly presentation. Donning full protective bee gear and getting the opportunity to hold honey combs buzzing with life is something the kids will be bragging about to their friends. My guess is so will the parents.

Lavender Harvest & Distillation

If you are lucky enough to plan it right, you’ll meet Russo again during your time on the Ranch. Founder of Carmel Lavender, he grows more than 7-thousand lavender plants at Carmel Valley Ranch. Armed with a mobile distillery he demonstrates how oil is extracted from the plants. The oil produced at the Ranch is used to make the cosmetic products guests are treated to in their suites. The distillation process is like a giant science project with the added benefit of taking place poolside.

Fitness Hike

The morning hike is worth rolling out of bed early. Starting from the Lodge, you pass by three of the resort’s loved tree swings before arriving at the organic garden. About a mile and a half, it’s not what I would call a strenuous adventure, but you are climbing uphill at a brisk pace. A combination of paved and dirt trails anyone under the age of eight will most likely run out of steam before they make it to the top. At some point you just might share the trail with some wild turkeys, deer or both.

River Ranch Complex

Home to another of the iconic tree swings at Carmel Valley Ranch, the River Ranch Resort serves as a center of sorts for a number of popular family activities. A small playground almost hides in the shadows of a salt-water Junior Olympic Pool, an oversized hot tub, waltzing, run through and get soaked water fountains, bocce ball, basketball and tennis ball courts. Along with a 5,200 square foot fitness center, there is a well stocked café and satellite spa to help parents sneak in a little me time. Everyone in the family can feel spoiled here.

Before I forget there’s also an 18-hole championship golf course designed by Pete Dye. Ranch guests receive a complimentary half-hour lesson during their stay, so it’s a perfect time to get the kids swinging.

With 500 acres to choose from, activities at Carmel Valley Ranch are spread throughout the resort. If your family is energetic, walking is a great way to enjoy the property.

“A deer ran by me and it was almost hip and hip with me when I was walking with my Dad,” said very excited 11-year old Julia from Oak Park, California.

Parking is plentiful throughout the resort, so driving is also an option. If you’d rather drop the keys in a drawer and forget out them, a fleet of minivans shuttle guests around the resort 24 hours a day.

Carmel Valley countryside

Children’s Activity Center

Parents hoping to get a little time to themselves will appreciate the complimentary Children’s Activity Center. Offered seven days a week during the summer and most holidays and weekends year round, it’s a fun, safe area for kids ages 5-14 to hang out at night. From 5pm to 9pm they can play games, do crafts or just relax and watch a movie. Parents are asked to leave a cell phone number and stay on the property. Bottom line, it makes an adult-only dinner possible for many parents.

Great Location

Carmel Ranch has the best of both worlds when it comes to location. It’s tucked away from the hustle and bustle of daily life, yet minutes from endless options. If the world renown Monterey Bay Aquarium is on your itinerary, you’ll be happy to know it’s just a 20 minute drive. Short enough to prevent the “Are we there yet?” scenario, but a long enough trip home to encourage a nap in the backseat. Downtown Carmel-by-the-Sea and the beach is a mere 15 minutes away. The hardest part really, pulling yourself away from this 500 acre playground for all ages.

Dana and her family received a one–night complimentary stay at Carmel Valley Ranch. She was not asked to express any particular opinion about her experience.