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Spa Anjali Creates Spa Journeys Based Off Beaver Creek Mountain

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Spa Anjali has opened its second location in Beaver Creek, CO. This is a sister property of the Spa Anjali at the Westin Riverfront in Avon. This 18,000 square foot location includes a wellness space, nine recently renovated treatment, a full nail salon and a fitness center. 

The spa menu includes over 10 different massages, including a CBD and prenatal massage option, as well as four body services, three facial options and custom aromatherapy remedies that are designed to relax the mind and promote healthy sleep. There is also a Zen Den relaxation area for guests to go to before and after their treatments. 

There are two types of spa journeys that each include different sub groups of the "wellness" journey that the client would like to be on, and they are all inspired by the mountain. Spa Journeys under the "Rocky Mountain Journey" include the Uplift Remedy, Sleep Well Remedy and De-Stress Remedy, which each work differently to provide therapeutic benefits to the mind, body and spirit. Spa Journeys under the "Bavarian Journey" include the Bavarian Bliss Massage and the Salt Scrub and Mud Remedy. 

“The new Spa Anjali Beaver Creek uses only green skin care products in our rejuvenating spa treatments and offers incredible mountain views from our stunning outdoor pool,” said Gaye Steinke, East West Hospitality’s Vice President of Spa & Wellness.

Other amenities in the spa include a steam room, sauna and outdoor pool with hot tubs that overlook the mountain. There is also a lap pool and other fitness offerings like a fitness center, weight-training equipment and Peloton bikes. There is also a retail boutique that features active wear, robes, gifts and a wide variety of green skin care lines like Eminence, Coola, Scentered Aromatherapy and Lacuna Botanicals. The spa's concept was created by Gaye Steinke, East West Hospitality's vice president of Spa and Wellness.