Hot Springs Does A Body Good

If you don’t know by now, I’m a little bit of a hippy-dippy, lol. I use crystals, meditate, and go as all natural as possible when it comes to remedies. So when my boyfriend took me to Tonopah, Arizona, to try out their hot springs, I couldn’t wait! 🙂

I’ve never been to a hot spring so I didn’t really know what to expect, but honestly, it’s not all that different from soaking in a bathtub, except you’re out in Mother Nature, soaking in all the natural goodness from the hot springs water. It was so relaxing and peaceful.

There are so many awesome health benefits to taking a soak in hot springs–it helps promote blood circulation, reduces stress, relieves aches & pains in addition to healing skin ailments. I mean, what more could you ask for?!

While there are several hot springs you can visit in Arizona, the one we went to was El Dorado Hot Springs in Tonopah, Arizona. The first thing I noticed was how peaceful it was; the birds were softly chirping and all the little fur babies & feather babies were so happy! They gave this place so much character. 🙂

They have different tubs throughout the property and we rented one for an hour. Each hot spring is out in the open but still very private with its own lounge area.

While you can choose to wear swimwear, I recommend going au naturale. Getting as close to natural as possible is always best and trust me, being naked in the hot springs is nothing to shy away from. It’s ultimate relaxation! If you’re modest, this is a great way to get out of your comfort zone because you’re outside with nature, but each hot spring is private so no one will be bothering you.

If you’re looking for one last summer trip, check out some hot springs near you. You won’t regret it and your body will be much appreciative!

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