Self-discovery and Personal Growth at Living Waters Spa

Self-discovery and Personal Growth at Living Waters Spa

In Press Release by LivingWatersSpa


Ever feel like you need to do something new?

Something truly exotic, wild and transformative?

Think you need to go breathless on one of the world’s greatest mountain peaks, jump out of a plane or go deep-sea diving with sharks? That takes an awful lot of energy, right? It takes a ton of cash and, hey, it’s actually pretty cliché. You haven’t done it, maybe, but you know someone who has.

Really, to have a transformative experience, all you need is a couple bucks and the energy it takes to lounge on a pool chair.

So where’s the thrill, the breakout performance, the life alteration?

Well, you might find your heart in your throat when, for the first time in your adult life, you’re lying poolside buck naked. Walking around a spa without a stitch of clothing, chatting with other guests in their birthday suits. Letting it all hang out.

Think you have the guts for a vacation like this?

Self-discovery and Personal Growth at Living Waters Spa

Ask yourself if you are prepared for self-discovery and personal growth, and if the truthful answer is yes, then know that Living Waters Spa is an amazing venue for your adventure into yourself.

First, Living Waters is clothing-optional. That means you can ease into your nakedness, and no one will judge you one way or the other.

When you do expose yourself, it will be to the sun-kissed desert sky, the mountain air, and pools of natural hot mineral water. When you strip away your protective barrier and open up, literally and figuratively, a new you can emerge. You can gain clarity, insight and understanding. Practice self-love and reverence. You can become patient with yourself. Gain confidence.

Who knows what can happen when you allow yourself to be as you truly are?

Plan the details of your own retreat, or allow Living Waters to support you with bodywork and life coaching. Your stay at the spa can be as hands-on or hands-off, as public or private as you’d like, but it will always be in a safe environment of acceptance and care.

In the resort’s peaceful rooms, you won’t find a TV to distract you or help you procrastinate, just a custom king-size bed to envelop you in fine linens and extra-large feather pillows. You can request a full kitchen, grill poolside or blend up a juice fast.

At 100 degrees, the therapy pool is perfect for long soaking. Living Waters Spa pumps 20 gallons a minute from an underground lake. This mineral-dense, odor-free elixir is a natural phenomenon that attracted Native Americans to this area hundreds of years ago and today draws health-conscious visitors from all over the world.

Stretch out in the spa’s larger mineral-water pool. You can swim laps or float on a noodle; it really doesn’t matter. Many guests enjoy the contrast of rotating between these two pools and Living Waters’ Finnish-style dry sauna.

Massage is a powerful means of body awareness. Allow a Living Waters therapist to guide you on a journey that safely detangles your muscular system, smoothes frayed nerve endings, revs up circulation and lymphatic flow, focuses you on your breath and your heart and your own healing powers, quiets your mind and ultimately catapults you into bliss.

Think you need a snazzy souvenir of your vacation, a lion’s head from your
safari or photo atop Mt. Everest? How about a revived, restored, rejuvenated
new you – without bikini lines?

About Living Waters Spa

Living Waters Spa’s nine guest rooms and massage studios retain their Mid-Century Modern spa-tel character. The spa’s two pools are fed directly from a hot-water aquifer; the spa pumps 20 gallons a minute, 18 hours a day, from its own well. Living Waters offers massage and spa treatments; a dry sauna; breakfast and afternoon hors‘d oeuvres. Living Waters Spa Condos, six luxury units, are directly across the street from the spa.

Contact Living Waters: For more information about Living Waters Spa or questions about your first clothing-optional experience, call (760) 329-9988 or (866) 329-9988. The Web site is