De La Tierra showcases a globally inspired menu crafted by Chef Henry Chaperont and his team of expert culinarians. Guests can tempt palates with zesty appetizers, such as the Kessler calamari with olives, tomatoes, and herbs ($10) and steamed Thai-style mussels accented by lemongrass, coconut milk, and lime ($13). A fillet of halibut leaves its cozy waterbed to meet dinner destiny with poached mushrooms and brunoise vegetables ($27), and nearby hearty stomachs conquer the American dream of successfully taming a 16-ounce charbroiled T-bone steak ($32). A creative mélange of flavors is highlighted in the New Mexican chili-chocolate-rubbed muscovy duck ($30), as well as a salad of organic greens topped with blue cheese, candied walnuts, and shredded apple ($9). A belly-button-bursting dessert of crème brûlée ($8) completes the transition from an innie to an outie, and live entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights amuses ears and eyes along with the restaurant’s earth tones, wood and stone décor, and rustic yet elegant chandelier.
• For $22, you get a 30-minute reflexology foot massage (up to a $44 value). • For $65, you get a 30-minute acupressure or Swedish massage (up to a $79.99 value) and a one-hour floatation session (up to an $85.99 value; up to a $165.98 total value).
Shibana1Wellness helps individuals improve their fitness, balance, and overall health through wellness and spiritual education, yoga training, and a holistic approach to workouts. Shibana brings a wealth of knowledge on yoga, nutrition, and lifestyle management to her practice. Over the course of five 45- to 50-minute sessions, she leads students through a blend of fitness training and yoga poses to help connect the mind and body, also teaching basic spiritual practices and nutritional tips to keep chakras shipshape. Yoga is a great way to stay toned and limber while temporarily storing worldly worries in a drawer with knickknacks, spare change, and shrunken heads. After five sessions, clients will have developed a personalized wellness ritual that they can continue on their own.
Tranquility Spa is a beautiful and relaxing day spa offering top quality massage, skin care solutions, a FIR Sauna and NM's only floatation tanks. Our mission is to provide you with an environment in which to experience the health, beauty and perfection of your true essence!
Snow blankets the pool’s flagstone decking and the nearby handmade ramadas, shady structures built in the Southwestern-style. In the pool, the snow continues falling onto the people taking a soak, who look through the flakes up at the red-rock cliffs of the surrounding Virgin Mesa without showing any signs of the cold. The pool’s natural mineral waters, which flow from a 139-degree hot spring, stay at a temperature of between 102 and 104 degrees year round to keep guests warm even during snowfall or the failure of the sun's flux capacitator. Known as Giggling Springs, this site has welcomed visitors since the mid- to late 1800s, making it one of the area’s oldest bath houses. Once used by the Anasazi, the basin is now cemented into an approximately 600-square-foot pool, though it’s still fed by the spring and continues to cycle into the Jemez River.
To honor the spring’s purity and therapeutic properties, the owners uphold eco-friendly practices, such as using ultraviolet light and ionizing equipment—rather than chlorine—to filter the water. They also run an inversion-oxygenation system, which releases bubbles to create a jacuzzi-like sensation and a relaxing, gurgling sound.
The sheer number of clients suffering from pain due to car accidents, surgeries, and other egregious ailments compelled licensed massage therapist Annie Coomes to look into craniosacral therapy. Now that it's her main specialty, she uses the massage technique to help clients find relief from chronic pain, poor sleep habits, anxiety, and even high blood pressure. Her client base also includes children and babies suffering from learning disabilities and behavioral issues.