Just had to take a moment to share all the exciting activity taking place at Osmosis this week. The spa is closed for a major dress up and there are several teams of people working away to bring about quite the transformation.
The front lawn is being set up with permanent umbrella stands to provide shade for picnicking in anticipation of the many who will want to enjoy the sumptuous box lunches now available to our guests.
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.
Here at Osmosis we celebrate Earth Day every day, but on Earth Day? Now, that’s special. In keeping with our monthly tradition of a fun, social evening at the spa, this Earth Day, April 22nd will be a night to remember. We will provide drinks (adult beverages as well as our superb Osmosis blend tea), healthy food and community-style cedar enzyme baths as always. And this month, we will feature Trathen Heckman as our guest speaker.
Trathen Heckmanis the founding executive director of Daily Acts Organization, publisher of Ripples, an award-winning journal and a backyard farmer. He is the former executive director of Green Sangha Organization and is on the board of directors for Transition US. Seeking to inspire the engagement of hearts, minds and senses, Trathen educates and works with community, business and municipal leaders to create programs, policy and models which harness the power of nature and inspired action to restore the health of our lives and communities.
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.
All Guests and Staff now wear masks at Osmosis as we continue to follow all Covid safety guidelines. All indoor air is treated with 4 stage HEPA filters and an advanced all-building air sanitation system called Atmosair. We do have very attractive and comfortable outdoor areas for massage as well. Try out our convenient new online booking. We are delighted to serve in this time of special need.