Recently, Osmosis was visited by a group of Chinese Journalists touring Sonoma County. While most of them were focusing on wine, the Sonoma County Tourism Bureau knew Osmosis was a stop not to be missed. The weather was beautiful, and the journalists couldn’t have been happier. The highest compliment Osmosis received was their opinion of our gardens- our visitors said it made them feel like they were back home, and that our Asian aesthetic is authentic.
Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary has been on a winning streak. Every year The Bohemian newspaper polls it’s readers on their favorite businesses. And for the last 12 years, Osmosis has been winning the Best Day Spa category in the North Bay. New this year is the Best Couples Spa category, which Osmosis is proud to win for the first time.
Every year Osmosis strives to provide the best customer service, the best massages, facials and the jewel in the crown- the cedar enzyme bath! Locally famous for this one-of-a-kind treat, the cedar enyme bath must be experienced fist-hand. Beginning with a private tea-service in the amazing private tea garden you are guided by a knowledgeable and gracious bath attendant into the bath. There you are positioned in a warm embrace of finely milled cedar. The heat is deep-penetrating and soothing, and the experience is one of total calm and respite from the stress of the outside world. No wonder the Bohemian readers keep coming back and voting Osmosis as the best Day Spa in the North Bay!
Osmosis Day Spa Sanctuary, only U.S. spa to offer cedar enzyme bath treatments, marks 25 years in business with more than 200,000 of the unique healing bath treatments delivered in a Japanese setting.
FREESTONE, CA, March 30, 2010 — Starting from a humble backyard facility made from a recycled chicken coop, Osmosis, a day spa in Sonoma County California, has now delivered more than 200,000 of its signature cedar enzyme bath treatments over the past 25 years.
Sustainability in business is a timely theme anywhere, but is especially a matter of great discussion here in Sonoma county. The Sonoma BEAwas started in 1997 in collaboration with the Economic Development Board by business, environmental and government leaders to promote responsible environmental practices that cut costs for business.
The BEA’s mission is to connect businesses both with each other and with the resources they need to implement affordable, green measures. They focus on no-to-low cost practices to help strengthen local businesses in the current challenging economic climate.
written by Abby Bard, Massage Therapist
When my son (now in his thirties) was born, I was given a book titled Loving Hands: The Traditional Art of Baby Massage by Frederick Leboyer. In those early months of new motherhood I would set aside time to massage my baby son with pure coconut oil following his bath. He loved it. He returned the favor when he was still small — by crawling, and then walking on my back when I would lie on the floor. He thought it was very entertaining, and I loved it. These were special bonding times for both of us, helping us to just relax and have fun together. I continued to massage him as he grew older, especially his head and feet, assisting him to disconnect from the stresses of daily life and ease into a relaxed state.