Take a Spa Day in Leadville

        Did you know that Leadville, Colorado, offers spa services? Whether you’re tired from exploring the trails or just ready for some rest and relaxation, we have you covered. Check out these local businesses for a truly relaxing addition to your vacation.

        Active Kneads

        130 W. 5th Street, Suite 121, inside the Post Office

        Soothe your body and soul with a 60-minute or 90-minute massage at Active Kneads. Or receive a relaxing craniosacral massage with Madison Hartshorn, who completed 700 hours of study at the Costa Rican School of Massage Therapy. She continues to study massage related to functional movement and athletic pursuits—the perfect followup to your trail adventures.

        Blue Earth Yoga & Salon

        201 W. 6th St.

        Blue Earth Yoga & Salon offers an array of stress-melting massages: a relaxation massage, deep tissue massage, hot stone massage, and for moms-to-be, a prenatal massage. Unwind with a facial, and check out Blue Earth’s yoga classes. From yin yoga to gentle flows to EmPower vinyasa and sound bath meditations, you’ll find a class to meet your mood.

        Foot soak by Rune Enstad on Unsplash

        📷: Rune Enstad on Unsplash

        Nourish Day Spa

        711 Harrison Ave., Suite E

        Nourish Day Spa offers a wide range of treatments. Try a hot basalt or Himalayan salt stone massage, an ocean nutrient body wrap, or an herbal foot soak. Looking for more healing? Accupuncture can help you recover. Traveling with family? Take a mother/daughter spa day. Join a girls’ night out on the last Monday of each month. Bring some relaxation home with you, with Nourish’s handmade herbal body products.

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        📷: @nourish_leadville_massage

        Prajna Physical Therapy and Therapeutic Yoga

        119 E. 8th St.

        Try therapeutic yoga at Prajna to relieve pain from physical injuries or surgeries, prevent injuries, and give yourself a holistic medical approach to anxiety and physical issues. Prajna’s physical therapy approach considers both the physical structures and their connection to the mental self. Book treatments like trigger point dry needling, muscle energy technique, kinesiotaping and athletic taping, and more.

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        📷: Deniz Altindas on Unsplash

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