Massage offers you the unique opportunity to recover from long, full days of fishing. Relax, rejuvenate and reset your whole system for the next day.
For many of you, fishing, climbing in and out of boats and float planes in fishing waders and clompy boots aren’t part of your everyday activities. Muscles you may not remember you even have may suddenly and rudely remind you they are there. You may feel strain in your lower & mid-back or shoulders & neck. The ol’ casting arm may become sore and inflamed. One of the best ways to avoid stiffness, misalignment, reduced flexibility and potential injury is to prevent muscles from fatiguing and staying fatigued.
Massage can help with what the fish dish out. Stack the odds in your favor. Massage infuses muscles with “good stuff,” like oxygen-rich blood, which your muscles and your brain need for optimal performance. It also boosts your immune system, improves quality of sleep, increases mental clarity, reduces pesky nighttime calf cramps, soothes and calms the nervous system as well as lifts mood and spirits.
Remember to reserve your preferred appointment times early in the week by signing up in the Massage Sign-Up Book behind the bar or see management
It would not be a complete trip to Alaska without an authentic wood-fired sauna. Both the native peoples and the early Russian explorers enjoyed this relaxing tradition. Just a couple of steps from the lodge sits our spacious sauna, complete with rocks to splash water on for the steam room effect. After warming up enjoy an optional massage from our licensed Massage Therapist.
Adjoining the sauna is a covered outdoor hot tub (Jacuzzi) for further relaxing those achy muscles, tired from fighting all those fish! Both the sauna and the hot tub are available every evening.