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  • Moccasin Springs: Rising from the Ruins

    Posted January 16, 2020
    A personal quest for healing combined with a background in property management, sales and investments and real estate renovations uniquely prepared Moccasin Springs owner Kara Hagen to revitalize and reopen a geothermal hot spring located in the scenic Black Hills. 
  • The Glen Ivy Experience 

    Posted January 13, 2020
    Glen Ivy is a world-renowned hot springs resort and spa in Corona, California offering visitors a breadth of wellness experiences—an oasis in the desert. It’s a place that soothes the soul as much as it relaxes the body. 
  • How to Make the Most of Your Hot Springs Experience

    Posted December 11, 2019
    Visiting hot springs can be refreshing and calm, or fun and wild. Either way, follow these etiquette tips to get the most out of your geothermal soaking experience.
  • Balneology: It’s All About the Water

    Posted December 5, 2019
    The science of studying the healing effects of bathing, drinking, steaming and inhaling natural mineral waters is known as balneology. In addition to promoting relaxation, science is discovering that soaking in hot springs has tangible health benefits.
  • The Healing Benefits of Minerals in Hot Springs

    Posted October 28, 2019

    Geothermal waters originate deep within the earth. While underground, the powerful geological forces of heat and pressure raise the temperature of the subterranean water and dissolve the minerals in the surrounding rock. As the superheated water travels to the surface, those minerals come along for the ride.

  • What’s New at Hot Springs Resorts in America

    Posted September 27, 2019
    There is a whole lot of new going on around North America’s hot springs industry. Check out this round-up of both practical and innovative solutions to make the hot springs experience enjoyable and memorable.
  • According to Skift, Hot Springs are Gaining Attention in the United States

    Posted September 25, 2019
    The rise of wellness tourism has brought awareness to the benefits of including healthy eating, yoga, meditation and spa treatments in travel plans. Now the practice of utilizing geothermal waters for their health and healing properties is increasing in the United States as a prominent wellness activity.