Living Waters is a spa first and a nudist resort second

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Come to the oasis to experience the elements ALL OVER and share the discovery of the joy of self/body acceptance. Soak in pure mineral water, bask in the sun, and be transported by our magical massage. In other words, come and “be.”

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Should You Go to a Nudist Resort?

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Interview for Playboy by Andrew Daniels | May 8, 2017 *Note from Living Waters Spa – We frequently get inquires about the clothing-optional aspect of our spa. Recently Playboy contacted us and we gave them a bunch of information about what a “true nudist / clothing-optional” resort is all about. They did a great job summarizing it all. Prior to the interview …

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A Beginners Guide to Understanding Clothing Optional Travel

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A Different Kind of Travel Gift To Give Yourself by Julia Rosien *The following is an excerpt from a guest’s website describing what it was like for her to visit Living Waters Spa. You can read the full article here. Would you visit a clothing optional resort? Shed your clothes and just be? Can you relax enough in your own …

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Dare to Go Bare

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You’ll look great in SPF 75 Marissa Willman May 27, 2016 Hotels & Resorts Living Waters Clothing-optional Spa The mineral waters of Desert Hot Springs are renowned for their therapeutic properties, and here’s where “spa” is just as important as “clothing optional.” 13340 Mountain View Road, Desert Hot Springs.

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It Must be Kismet that Brought Me

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By Bruce Bishop “This is a place for people to receive whatever they need from the universe,” owner Jeff Bowman tells me from his office at Living Waters Clothing-optional Spa in Desert Hot Springs, California. “It may be simply peace and quiet, or body acceptance. The human spirit can revive itself here with the mineral water, the sun and the mountain …

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HuffPost Travel Canada

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Nudist Vacation Hot Spots That Will Blow Your Mind Face it, Bella. The staycation is not for you. An island paradise or mountain getaway, sipping cocktails while wiggling your toes in the surf and basking in the sunset and, oh, what the hell, slipping off your clothes — that’s more your style. Completely exposed, yet refreshingly private. Some of the …

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From Yahoo Travel

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10 Reasons You Should Go to a Nudist Resort (At Least Once) When going on vacation, you want nothing more than to relax and let loose. What better way to embrace that idea fully than to not only indulge in pampering spa services and decadent dining, but also go totally nude? Forget just stumbling on to a clothing-optional beach; go …

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The blissdom of Boredom

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Have you ever visited a clothing optional spa or resort? Julia Rosien | Aug 19, 2014 Does the idea of textile-free vacationing alarm or appease your work-weary soul? If you’ve yet to experience the unfettered joy of Living Waters Spa in Desert Hot Springs, California, I’m here to tell you it’s time, girlfriend. Step off the stressful grind of your …

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The Best Luxury Resorts for Nudists

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From TheRichest.com For your next vacation why not consider visiting a nude resort in a tropical paradise as a couple? Today’s resorts cater to high end clientele with absolute privacy for other like minded people. Clothing optional resorts are for every age, shape and size of person. If you are comfortable with your body and you don’t like tan lines, …

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Desert Hot Springs – Cities of the Coachella Valley

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Living Waters Spa Featured in the CV Weekly On the north side of Interstate 10, the nearly 24 square miles of Desert Hot Springs sits on the valley’s west end. The city’s back is set against the vast Joshua Tree National Park. It has its own water supply, both hot and cold. The city’s hillside views include the sparkling towns …

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Living Waters Spa Celebrates Life After Breast Cancer

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by Jackie Devereaux DESERT HOT SPRINGS, CA – To help bring more awareness and early detection to the issue of breast cancer, a local businesswoman offers discounts to her therapeutic and spa, along with a retrospective about her battle against the deadly disease.

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Living Waters Spa featured on Total Travel

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On the international front, Living Waters Clothing-optional Spa was one of nine resorts featured on the Yahoo New Zealand Totaltravel.com site and the ONLY resort found in the USA to make the list! Here is what they said:

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Peace & Tranquility in the California Desert at Living Waters Spa

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A personal account of a visit to Living Waters Spa by an internet blogger Blogger in the Buff – November 11, 2010 We have spent many weekends in Palm Springs, but until this weekend we have never ventured out to Desert Hot Springs. If you want to experience hot mineral waters than Desert Hot Springs is the place to visit.

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Coachella Road Trip: 15 Fun Things to Do in the Drive LAX to the Desert

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From Aol Music. Posted on Apr 8th 2010 7:00PM by Spinner Staff. It’s about 125 miles from Los Angeles to the Coachella Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif. With no traffic on the I-10, you could get there in maybe two hours. But why the rush? You’re in Southern California, the laid-back capital of America. Chances are you’ve made …

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Between a Rock and a Nude Place

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Palm Springs is America’s Sunniest Town, and the Country’s Naturist Capital Published on February 14, 2010 by Gareth Rubin | guardian.co.uk | The Observer “America is a Christian nation, and being nude has often been associated with being lewd,” Pastor Jeff Bowman told me. He wants to change that attitude. That is why, as we stood facing each other, we were …

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Designare Destination

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Dry Spell by Suna Kaga Published in Designare Destination In Southern California, a cluster of small cities jointly called the Palm Springs Desert Resort are attracting celebrities and city folk with its promise of respite…The natural mineral waters of the California desert have long been a source of healing and wellness since Native Americans first discovered the area…

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Desert Hot Springs, CA among top spots to get naked

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We’re talkin’ travel *The following are excerpts from an article published in the Examiner by Ruth & Rich Carlson If clothing optional is on your hot list of places to visit, then you’ll appreciate the latest news from the hotel association of Desert Hot Springs, in the Coachella Valley near Palm Springs… Recently the international, award-winner travel advisory site TripAdvisor.com …

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Get Ready to Spark up Your Love Life

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Erotic massage workshop for couples could do the trick by Maggie Downs from The Desert Sun A weekend workshop at Living Waters Spa in Desert Hot Springs can bring sexy back into your life. The two-day experience enhances relationships by helping people reconnect with their partners….

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No Shirt, No Problem

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Adults-Only Hotels, Part 2 by Beata Loyfman Last week, we brought you our picks for top adults-only hotel zones. Today we crank it up a notch to satisfy your (secret?) naturist jones with… destinations dedicated to the clothing-optional lifestyle. I know what you’re thinking: Unshaven, hemp-loving hippies munching on tofu burgers, realigning their chakras, and sleeping in hammocks on the …

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Star spotting in Palm Springs

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by Stanley Stewart – Times UK “It was not until I was naked in the hot pool with the minister and his wife that I began to appreciate the character of the desert.” …Palm Springs has an active sideline in hotels where the guests are able to strip off. I checked into one with my toothbrush. A part of me …

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Desert hotels are hot with TripAdvisor travelers

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“Did you notice that three Palm Springs-area hotels made the grade in the “Best Hidden Gems – U.S.” category of TripAdvisor’s 2008 Travelers’ Choice Awards? Old Ranch Inn in Palm Springs was No. 2 on the Top 10 list, while El Morocco Inn and Spa and the clothing-optional Living Waters Spa, both in nearby Desert Hot Springs, California, made the …

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Living Waters Spa 9th in America and Tops in California!

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from Spas of America “Dear Living Waters Spa, I wanted to pass on Spas of America Top 30 Spas for 2007. The Living Waters Spa ranked 9th on Spas of America and was our highest ranked California spa. Congratulations to you and your team! This is an amazing feat. Our Top 30 list is an interesting reflection of what our …

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October 2007 – Know Your State Perks!

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The Secret Benefits of Being a Resident in 15 Places California: The Perk – Most Clothing Optional Places! The human body is a beautiful thing. And if you like looking at beautiful things, you might want to move to California. No, not because it’s where Jessica Alba, George Clooney and Jay Leno live, but because it has more nudist hotspots …

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Hotel Hot Sheet

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World’s best nude resorts By Kitty Bean Yancey Beach season may be ending in much of the USA come Labor Day. But a new book keeps sun worship alive by spotlighting clothing-optional stretches of sand and lodgings around the world.

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Darrell in the Desert: Desert Hot Springs

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By Darrell Smith Excerpt from an article published in The Desert Sun “It’s still 100 degrees-plus in Desert Hot Springs, slightly cooler, but comfortable as I sink into the mineral water pool here at Living Waters Spa. I meet my new friends – a couple from Australia, another from Northern California, a third from up the road by way of New …

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California Springs Back

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In Desert Hot Springs, Soak Up Another Era By Laura Randall Special to The Washington Post Sunday, June 4, 2006; Page P10 “Other places, like the clothing-optional Living Waters Spa…have an independent vibe that might not be embraced as easily in mainstream resort towns. Whatever their hotel choice, most visitors come here for the hot springs.”

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Near Palm Springs, a Little City Thinks Big

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March 31, 2006 by Dave Caldwell for The New York Times “…Living Waters Spa…is a nine-room clothing-optional European-style resort with a retro 1960’s décor.” One of two recommended places to stay while looking into the real estate investment opportunities in Desert Hot Springs.”

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The Bulletin – January 2006

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American Association for Nude Recreation “Living Waters Spa has nine guest rooms which open directly onto the pool and spa area…The inn’s pleasantly warm natural waters flow for the ground directly into the 30-foot kidney-shaped swimming pool…”

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Going Natural

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From the Federation of Canadian Naturists Winter 2005-06 “Living Waters Spa is a real paradise for lovers of massage. Jeff and Judy have a real passion for it, both being licensed therapists. We look forward to returning just for another of those massages!”

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In Touch with Life, Living Waters Spa

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Quote from N – The Magazine Of Naturist Living Spring 2005 “…the spa has been designed to give first-timers the best clothes-free experience possible. Many stressed-out Southern Californians have accepted this gentle invitation to shed their clothes and burdens…. Massage therapy is a focal point at Living Waters Spa and the reason many guests keep coming back….”.

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Living Waters Spa Featured in Travel Naturally

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“Living Waters Spa was a custom-made “spa-tel” in the 1960’s, and has been completely renovated. The owners kep the original neon “Kismet Lodge” sign, and the guest rooms also show a retro flair, but with a modern twist and amenities, including free wireless LAN Internet connections.”