5 Local Spas to Treat Yourself and Your Colleagues

5 Local Spas to Treat Yourself and Your Colleagues

Rejuvenate, invigorate, and motivate your colleagues with a luxurious spa experience.

Breathe Deep

If February has wreaked an endless rotation of nasty respiratory ailments on your office, take the entire team to The Salt Cave on Nicollet Avenue in Minneapolis. Book a private room lined with Himalayan crystal salt and invite everyone to breathe deeply, allowing the warm salt air to work its magic and reduce pain, inflammation, and overall malaise. saltcaveminnesota.com

Best Face Forward

Give your colleagues the red-carpet treatment with a Fire & Ice facial at Crutchfield Dermatology in Eagan. Touted as the “Celebrity Facial of the Year” by InStyle magazine, the gentle, noninvasive treatment combines warming cinnamon and cooling peppermint, plus steam and massage to resurface and rejuvenate the skin for a glowing, camera-ready complexion. crutchfielddermatology.com

Twice as Nice

Indulge your team—and their significant others—with a Harmonic Intentions Massage at Läka Spa at The Hotel Landing in Wayzata. The experience begins with an aromatherapy bath cure or steam shower, continues with side-by-side massages customized with a mix of Swedish and sport massage techniques, and ends all too soon with a warm conditioning treatment for hardworking hands and feet. thehotellanding.com

For Men Only

Invite the guys to get out of the office and elevate their grooming game at Mens Spa Salon Minneapolis, a modern barbershop on Washington Avenue near U.S. Bank Stadium. For the ultimate in personal branding, the robust menu of services includes haircuts, discreet gray blending and tints, beard and mustache trims, waxing, facials, mani-pedis, massages, and other treatments. mensspasalon.com

Sweat It Out

If your business could benefit from some out-of-the-box thinking, channel the bold, fresh spirit of Scandi settlers who imported the sauna to Minnesota and book a private (and fully clothed) group session in the Little Box Sauna. This innovative mobile sauna is warming up the winter season at Walker Art Center. littleboxsauna.com —Melinda Nelson