Here is an example of the wonderful review we received;
“The spa’s greening and conservation stretches back to when founder Michael Stusser was working to open the spa. Making the new spa a sustainable and eco-conscious business led to the formation of the Green Spa Network, of which Osmosis Day Spa is a founding member. This network is a non-profit organization dedicated to the greening of the spa industry.”
We recently asked some of our guests to describe Osmosis in one word, and their responses were great. Armed with that information we’ve created a word cloud. This is the visual representation of a group of words where the words repeated the most are the largest and those chosen less are smaller… it’s an interesting representation of a group of words or thoughts.
November 11th is a very Meaningful Date for us at Osmosis.
11/11/1984, we broke ground for the Osmosis prototype; 11/11/1989 was our first day of business in Freestone and11/11/1993 we appeared on Good Morning America.
Friday, October 11th this year will also be a special day at Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary, which will be marked by a fabulous movie-premiere and party.
Osmosis participated with local businesses to get the old Freestone water tank repaired and running to protect the charming hamlet from fire danger. Along with Wildflower Bakery and Freestone Vineyards, Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary helped do the right thing for their community. Too long the town of Freestone was at risk without adequate water supply to fight possible fires.
The small, rural village that is Freestone, CA packs a whole lot of fermentation into it’s little corner of Sonoma county. The population hovers around 100 residents, but the local businesses share a common theme… FERMENTATION! Osmosis Day Spa Santuary boasts the only authentic Cedar Enzyme Bath in North America. Wild Flour Bakery is the place to be for fresh organic breads and pastries. And, Freestone Vineyards completes the fermentation family with their amazing biodynamic wine.